Our second rotation Incident Management Team sent to New South Wales was warmly welcomed at Sydney airport last Thursday by NSW Assistant Commissioner, State Emergency Services, Dean Storey.
New storage containers provided to our brigades covering Pigeon Bay and Little Akaloa on Banks Peninsula are a big hit.
We will soon be rolling out unisex emergency hygiene pack to all frontline appliances and stations across the motu.
This rescue drill tested the operational elements of a response to an underground emergency.
Our Incident Management Team deployed to Parkes, New South Wales to assist with the severe flooding is preparing to return to New Zealand.
NTC is seeking people with an interest in and a passion for live fire training to provide advice to a 'Targeted Delivery Review' of our live fire programmes.
On-site and at-incident servicing and maintenance is becoming the norm for the Equipment & Logistics Service Centre (ELSC) teams.
Just over two years since we received a funding boost from the Government of over $50 million for rebuilds and upgrades of 26 fire stations, there is only one station to go.
The Australian Acting Prime Minister, The Hon Richard Marles, visited our incident management team in Parkes, New South Wales, yesterday.
Our team deployed to New South Wales is now on the ground at Parkes, a town just over 300 kms inland from Sydney.