Applications for the 2019/20 Pacific Islands Language Grant close Friday, 31 January 2020
External access to Citrix has been turned off temporarily. On track to be restored tomorrow.
Today Fire and Emergency New Zealand is investigating what caused a number of our fire station sirens from Tauranga to Waihi to activate yesterday evening.
Here's the fifth newsletter produced for the families and friends of our firefighters deployed to Australia to help with the wildfires in in the 2019/2020 fire season.
We've released a video explaining the role our Local Advisory Committees will have in providing independent community-focused advice to our Board to inform our local and national emergency planning.
Employers of Fire and Emergency volunteers play a significant role in allowing our people to respond to emergencies throughout New Zealand.
Assistance for students of Te Reo Māori
Twenty-one Fire and Emergency firefighters from all over New Zealand leave today for New South Wales.
Six firefighters from Warkworth, Rotorua, Whanganui, Kirwee (Canterbury), Nuhaka (Hawkes Bay) and Wanaka, were named in the New Year’s Honours list released today.
Two years in a row, the Reggio Bambini preschool in Tawa has fundraised for their local volunteer fire brigade. Again this year, the Tawa volunteers jumped in the truck to...