Cafes and restaurants are at heightened risk of a tax audit as part of the Australian Tax Office’s (ATO) efforts to clamp down on the illegal cash economy.
30 March Due to extreme weather conditions in SE QLD, caused by the remnants of Cyclone Debbie, Athur J. Gallagher's branches in Brisbane CBD, Toowong and Beenleigh have closed for safety reasons.
A group of hardy AJG team members, plus friends from a range of other businesses, combined to tackle the 2017 Miss Muddy race in Melbourne on 25 March - raising thousands of dollars for charity in the process.
The Q1 edition of the 2017 Market Overview report is now available for download. Get your free copy here.
Arthur J. Gallagher (AJG) has signed up to sponsor the 2017 Recruitment Yarns series of educational events, which will engage with hundreds of recruitment professionals across Australia.
Updated 28 March, 2017 Tropical Cyclone Debbie is due to hit the mainland of North Queensland at 2:00pm, remaining a category three system over land for the next eighteen hours.
Researchers at James Cook University have launched a project aimed at investigating risk and insurance in the Cairns Northern Beaches area.
AJG Australia's Commercial Broking Managing Director, Sarah Lyons, will be getting grubby for a good cause as she participates in the Miss Muddy Australia event in Melbourne on 25 March.
Arthur J. Gallagher's (AJG) commitment to leading the way in ethical business practices has been recognised by the Ethisphere Institute for the sixth consecutive year.