It is with much sadness that we advise the sudden passing of Beverley Groome of Fielding Volunteer Fire Brigade.
Since the first fire brigades were formed more than 150 years ago, volunteers have played a big part in keeping New Zealanders safe.
A follow up on the Service Delivery Leadership Team announcement from last week.
It is with sadness that we advise the passing of George Robert (Bob) Grey, both a volunteer and career member for several brigades around Aoteroa/New Zealand.
The formation of our new organisation presents us with many opportunities to do things in new ways. One of those is the use of Te Reo Māori names for the regions.
On Wednesday 12th June between 8:30pm and 10:30pm essential hardware within our core Fire and Emergency network will be upgraded. This is to improve the resiliency and performance of the network. All systems and services (including folder and file access, Portal, Internet, SMS, M-Pad, Email, JDE, Learning Station and Homebase) will be unavailable during this time.
The new Thornbury Fire Station, was opened by the Minister for Internal Affairs, Hon Tracey Martin in an official ceremony today.
Today we announced the new Service Delivery Leadership Team (SDLT). This team brings together a vast range of experience and skills from within Fire and Emergency, as well as new perspectives from outside of our organisation.
It is with sadness that we share the news of the passing of ex Birkenhead Volunteer Fire Brigade and North Shore firefighter, Kevin Croasdale [Chooky]
The site of Ilam Fire Station and Fire Engineering Educational Training Facility, the first in New Zealand to be built alongside a University, was officially blessed today.