International Day of Persons with Disabilities is tomorrow and is an opportunity to recognise and value the diversity of our people and our communities.
Tracy joined Fire and Emergency’s Marlborough Local Advisory Committee (LAC) as Deputy Chair in 2020 because she “admires the important role Fire and Emergency plays in the community”.
This week is Te Vaiaho o te Gagana Tokelau – Tokelau Language Week (23-29 October).
It's time to celebrate Faahi Tapu he Vagahau Niue – Niue Language Week (16-22 October).
Earlier today four of our people were presented their Royal Honours by Administrator Justice Susan Glazebrook at Government House.
This week is Uike Kātoanga’i ‘o e lea faka-Tonga - Tonga Language Week.
Get Firewise, Māui-tinei-ahi and Open Home programme resources are engaging and practical tools for our people to arm our communities with fire safety knowledge and start positive conversations. Both programme’s resources have now been updated, based on feedback and research to ensure they stay fit for purpose and reflect our organisation’s and our communities’ needs.
This week is Epetoma o te reo Māori Kūki ‘Āirani – Cook Islands Language Week (31 July - 6 August).
Fire and Emergency provided competitive fire safety modules for the hotly contested 2022 FMG Junior Young Farmers and Agrikids Regional Finals.
Recent Community Readiness & Recovery (CRR) initiatives in Northland are excellent examples of how working with Neighbourhood Support groups can enhance our kaupapa.