Fire and Emergency is proud to be participating in Movember and supporting greater awareness, understanding and action around these important health issues.
An online memorial service will be livestreamed at 10am, on Saturday 11 September to remember the firefighters lost trying to save others, and the 65 firefighters in NZ who have lost their lives in the line of duty.
In accordance with its Rules and Constitution the Fire and Emergency New Zealand Sports Council calls for nominations for the 2020/21 Sportsperson of the year and the Special Achievement Award 2020/21.
Te Hiku hosts a monthly wananga where their people can kōrero and practice mihi, pepeha and waiata.
Athol's new fire station has boosted team morale and attracted more volunteers to the Northern Southland brigade, as well as providing a fit-for-purpose facility.
With New Zealand Fire Brigades Institute (NZFBI) exams upcoming this September, we'd like to remind you of our partnership with the Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE). This agreement shares accreditation between both organisations for the qualifications you achieve.
In June, six Fire and Emergency people from National Headquarters, Northern Comcen and our National Training Centre (NTC) participated in the "Sweat for Pride" fundraising event. They were all sponsored to raise funds to help improve mental and physical health in Aotearoa's Rainbow community.
In the early hours of this morning, we had the privilege of gathering in Pōneke and Rotorua to honour the appearance of Matariki through Fire and Emergency New Zealand's first hautapu ceremonies.
Tomorrow is the official date to welcome and honour the appearance of Matariki, marking the start of Māori New Year.
Today people from across the country come together to celebrate Pink Shirt Day.