International Women’s Day is coming up on 8 March and is a chance to celebrate women’s achievements, raise awareness against bias and take action for equality.
We established the first seven Local Advisory Committees (LACs) in June last year to put communities at the heart of our work, seeing as it’s the communities that we serve.
Children’s Day or Te Rā O Ngā Tamariki is coming up on 7 March, and it’s a great opportunity to celebrate the tamaraki in your community.
In August last year, the Public Service Commission released its Workforce Assurance Model Standards for implementation by 15 March 2021.
Around 80+ Fire and Emergency people recently participated in the Wellington Round the Bays fun run, alongside family members, which helped make us the biggest single team entered into the...
The Te Ao Mārama team within Fire and Emergency is here to help with potential research projects and the funding of them.
I would like to provide you with information about how we work with the different unions and associations.
Our new Safety Initiatives campaign delivers timely safety advice about topics personnel are likely to be exposed to in their work.
Our newly refurbished Queenstown Fire Station was officially opened by Internal Affairs Minister Hon. Jan Tinetti on Saturday.
Media have begun running stories and coverage about the Christchurch earthquake of 22 February 2011 and its enduring impacts.