Te Wiki o te Reo Māori is a great opportunity to build our cultural understanding and confidence. To help all of us, we’ve launched a new app, Whare Kōrero.
Today I’m releasing our Policy to address bullying, harassment and victimisation.
I'm pleased to share the full list of stations receiving the funding announced by Ministers Martin and Jones last month.
This week Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin and Minister for Regional Economic Development Shane Jones have announced a funding boost of over $50 million for rebuilds and upgrades for fire stations.
In my latest blog, read about how we've thanked our volunteers this National Volunteer Week, plus a reminder to complete the Behaviour and Conduct Office survey.
In my latest blog, read about ways we're creating a safe and inclusive organisation that cares about the wellbeing of all our people.
In my latest blog, I challenge you to create an escape plan, share highlights from Waitangi 2020, and talk about what's driving our investment decisions.
With the holiday period coming to an end, I would like to acknowledge all of you who responded to incidents over Christmas and New Year. At a time of year where families and friends come first, you were responding to the needs of many others...
In my last Blog for 2019, I thank you for keeping communities safe, and tell you about our new summer wildfire prevention campaign and how to provide your feedback on two proposals.
Our Chair, Paul Swain, has shared Fire and Emergency New Zealand’s annual report, charting the progress we've made in the past year.