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Irwin officials approved a Sunoco gas station and convenience store owners request to transfer a liquor license so that beer and wine could be sold at the site along Route 30 sometime next year.
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Residents who have been directing cars and confronting aggressive drivers in the narrow streets surrounding Suncorp stadium are calling for better traffic management.
Suncorp inks $83.75m deal to offload stake in RACT Insurance - #stocks chatter
Australian insurer Suncorp Group Ltd. has renewed its reinsurance program for fiscal year 2022 while retaining the structure by maintaining the top of the tower at $6.5 billion Australian ($4.9 billion) and keeping the maximum event retention capacity at AUD250 million.
The new owner of a Sunoco convenience store-gas station along Route 30 in Irwin is seeking approval from borough officials to permit him to transfer a liquor license from Scottdale in order to sell alcohol at his station.
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Suncorp Group Ltd. is selling its 50% joint venture stake in RACT Insurance Pty Ltd. of Tasmania for A$83.8 million . The buyer is its JV partner, Royal Automobile Club of
Suncorp has renewed its FY22 reinsurance program with a stable upper limit of A$6.5bn ($4.9bn).
Australian insurer Suncorp has successfully renewed its reinsurance program for 2022, securing an unchanged upper limit of $6.5 billion covering home, motor, and commercial property portfolios across Australia and New Zealand. The structure of Suncorps FY22 reinsurance program remains unchanged from the companys FY21 program, as the Groups maximum event retention remains at $250 million.  The post Suncorp completes unchanged cat reinsurance program for FY22 appeared first on ReinsuranceNe.ws .
Suncorp will sell its 50% stake in RACT Insurance for $83.75 million to mutual motoring body RACT Group, which owns the other half of the Tasmanian joint venture, the insurer announced today
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