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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.

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17 Jan 2018 13:53

Jenny Williams joins Compare the Market as Chief Marketing Officer

Written by Hannah Twiggs

Leading comparison service (CTM) is delighted to announce that Jenny Williams has joined as Chief Marketing Officer.

11 Jan 2018 10:55

CTM’s commitment to transparency supported by Senate Cmte recommendations

Written by Hannah Twiggs

CTM has held the view that by improving transparency across the healthcare system, consumers would be empowered with greater understanding of the benefits of their private health insurance.

22 Dec 2017 16:21

Data reveals petrol prices easing in the lead up to Christmas

Written by Hannah Twiggs

Motorists around the country should hold off filling up the tank until closer to Christmas according to petrol analysis from

7 Dec 2017 16:30

Pay-on-time discounts not helping 57% of households to pay their energy bill

Written by Hannah Twiggs

A new survey reveals that 57 per cent of Aussie households admit pay-on-time discounts have not been helping them pay the rising costs of their energy bills

4 Dec 2017 14:49

7 cost-cutting mistakes that could lead to financial blow-outs for stingy landlords

Written by Hannah Twiggs

Australia’s property market has been a great wealth-creation vehicle for investors, but those who cut corners could face financial blow-outs.

30 Nov 2017 15:58

Lengthy and complicated claims processes could leave Aussies out of pocket on January 1

Written by Hannah Twiggs

Australians could be left out of pocket for forgetting to lodge their health insurance claims before Jan 1, when insurers reset their annual claims benefit

20 Nov 2017 10:46

High household debt stopping us from saving for a rainy day? 1 in 3 households don’t save for unexpected loss

Written by Hannah Twiggs

Is Australia’s household debt too high to enable Aussies to save? A recent survey indicates 37% of respondents do not save for unexpected events.

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