The Risk Reduction team is now consulting on new proposed fire plans in three trial areas – Northland, Hawke’s Bay and Otago. The development and consultation of these plans are...
43 new technicians, medics and logisticians have joined Fire and Emergency’s Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) team.
As we fast approach the end of the year, we wanted to provide a quick update on the volunteer end of year gift.
We’ve recently refreshed our Transparency Statement on the Fire and Emergency New Zealand website.
ICT will be updating the current Edge browser with Edge Chromium. Edge Chromium provides improved compatibility with Learning Station and should be used to access Learning Station on Fire and...
In August 2021, AFAC will be hosting "AFAC21 – Balancing impact and expectations." A call for abstracts has been announced and we invite any interested Fire and Emergency New...
It is with great pleasure that we announce the results of 2020’s Celebrating Success Awards for Te Ūpoko, which were held on 24 November 2020.
Recent floods in Napier were a reminder of how our climate is changing and the likelihood of these events becoming more frequent.
The technical issue with start dates has now been successfully corrected for most operational personnel.
National Commander Kerry Gregory has advised of the result of the Employment Court case which was in our favour.