Agricultural insurance stamp duty should be abolished in wake of Boxing Day storms, QFF says

By Jessica Johnston
Updated January 2 2018 - 6:07am, first published 5:35am
Hail damaged cotton at a Norwin property following Boxing Day storms on the Darling Downs. Picture: supplied

ABOLISHING stamp duty on agricultural insurance in Queensland would help mitigate against natural disasters such as the Boxing Day storms which caused widespread damage to crops on the Burnett and Darling Downs, advocacy groups say.



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