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  • When is a fire not a fire?

    If your home is lost or damaged by fire, you should be able to rely on your insurance to cover you. It's what you've paid for.

    But right now, insurers are making it too hard to understand if you're covered for such events by relying on tricky terms and vague language.

    Will you sign the petition for a standard definition for all natural disasters in insurance policies?

    I'll sign the petition

Current campaigns

  • Better banking and financial services

    It's time for the companies we trust with our money to stop taking advantage of us. Join the fight to keep the banks accountable.
  • Stronger product safety laws

    The things we buy shouldn't put us or our families at risk. Urge the government to introduce laws to ensure products sold in Australia are safe.
  • Improved food and drink labels

    Added sugar labelling is in our sights! Can you help us push for food and drink labels that show honest Health Star Ratings as well?
  • Easier refunds for lemon cars

    Sign the petition to call on major car companies like Mazda and Ford to treat you fairly with a 60-day refund policy for faulty new cars.
  • Fairer health care

    Sick of high-cost, low-value health insurance? Support our calls for an independent inquiry into Australia's private health system.
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    Got a minute? Will you take our survey and let us know which issues you want to see us take action on? Your views will shape the campaigning work we do.

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  • Fed up with your health insurance?

    We've seen countless examples of people being let down by insurers when they need help the most.

    Right now we're planning the next stage of our campaign to get an urgent independent review into the private health system.

    Will you take 2 minutes to answer a few quick questions on health care so we can better tackle this troubled industry?

    Take the survey

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