Fire and Emergency passes on condolences over tragic Wanaka helicopter accident.
It is with sadness that we advise the passing of Tauranga Life honorary member, Malcolm Langdon.
With less than a handful of weeks left to go of Unified Uniform pop-ups, we encourage you to have your say.
100 Volunteers from Upper Hutt, Wainuiomata, Wellington and Te Horo Fire Forces gathered at Wrights Hill last Sunday to ensure they are well prepared to keep our communities safe over the summer fire season.
Everyone has a role to play in keeping themselves, and Fire and Emergency New Zealand, safe online. At work and at home.
It is with regret that we advise the passing of Bernard Tarry
We are now more than half-way through the uniform pop-ups involved in this first phase of implementing a unified uniform.
In accordance with its Rules and Constitution the Fire & Emergency NZ Sports Council calls for nominations for the 2017/18 Sports-person of the year and the Special Achievement Award 2017/18.
If you’re looking for resources, ideas and tips about how to attract new volunteers, take a look at the new Volunteer Attraction Toolkit.
Area Manager Wipari Henwood today installed the first of 1500 donated smoke alarms in a home in Whangarei to mark the start of Fire and Emergency’s daylight saving campaign. Read more here