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Hannah Twiggs

Hannah (or Twiggs as she's known by most of her colleagues) is a non-stop talker, avid snack eater, dog lover and passionate writer. When she's not chatting to journalists or writing up new story angles, Hannah enjoys a good Netflix binge, going away camping with friends and big brunches - preferably with extra bacon.

Stories by Hannah Twiggs

1 Feb 2020 09:28

Deadly driver distractions: 78% of drivers admit to multi-tasking behind the wheel – with eating and drinking the most common disruption

Written by Hannah Twiggs

In a survey commissioned by us, we found that over three-quarters (78 per cent) of motorists admitted to multi-tasking behind the wheel.

3 Jan 2020 08:29

Nearly 1 in 2 employees put organisations at risk of cyber attacks – medium-sized businesses worst offenders

Written by Hannah Twiggs

Cyber attacks are rapidly increasing among Australian organisations, with cybercrime costing our economy more than $1 billion annually.

Woman near Pura Ulun Danu Bratan temple in Bali island, Indonesia at sunrise

13 May 2019 11:17

The Single Tax: The price we pay for not being in a relationship

Written by Hannah Twiggs

Being independent, free and fabulous seems to come with a price tag as more and more singletons cop the hefty cost of being on their own.

7 Mar 2019 12:23

Three-quarters of consumers don’t know their health policy may close and 60% don’t trust their fund to switch them

Written by Hannah Twiggs

Thousands of health insurance policyholders could be switched to alternative policies as the long-awaited governmental private health insurance reforms start to come into effect on 1 April

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