Insurance losses following cyclone Ita, which hit north Queensland in Australia this month, are estimated at A$8.4 million ($7.9 million), with over 680 claims received so far.
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Cyclone Ita, Australia, Estimated Losses, Rob Whelan, Insurance Council of Australia