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Insurance premiums soar for bushfire victims due to climate change

Kenji Sato
By Kenji Sato
Updated November 21 2020 - 8:43pm, first published November 20 2020 - 4:30am
HEAVY PRICE: Wilgrow Orchards farmer Ralph Wilson was forced to watch his apples burn during this year's bushfires. He says the community is still paying the price for climate change. Picture: Contributed

Bushfire victims are paying the price for climate change in the form of soaring insurance premiums and heavy compliance costs.

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Kenji Sato

Kenji Sato

Journalist

Kenji Sato is a handsome journalist at The Daily Advertiser who enjoys writing flattering bios about himself in the third person. He can be contacted by email at kenji.sato@dailyadvertiser.com.au or by mobile on 0448 927 612.

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