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    Insurance is likely to cost you more .... if your home is vulnerable to natural disasters

    Insurance is likely to cost you more .... if your home is vulnerable to natural disasters



    From July, Insurance Australia Group will put more weight on earthquakes and severe-weather risks, for home and contents premiums.

    AMI, NZI and State customers will be affected, as will people insuring through ASB, BNZ, The Co-Operative Bank and Westpac.

    IAG spokesman, Kevin Hughes,says the changes will be on a case by case basis.

    He says if your in northland you're likely to get a decrease, and if you're on the east coast from Gisborne down to Canterbury you might get an increase.

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