Over the last 18 months, Hutt Valley and Wainuiomata Brigades have been trialling a new way to provide high-quality, consistent fire safety education in their local schools.
Fire and Emergency has a strong connection to our Pasifika whānau, supporting the Cook Islands and Niue through firefighter training and providing equipment and appliances.
With lithium-ion battery fire incidents on the rise in Aotearoa and around the world, Fire and Emergency is taking an education and prevention approach to reduce the harm caused by lithium-battery fires.
Community Risk teams in mid-South Canterbury and on the West Coast have found a great new way to make fire safety fun and memorable for local tamariki (children).
Missed the Understanding the Fire Weather Index System presentation? Recording available now.
This year, forecasts point to El Niño being one of the main climate drivers for the coming wildfire season, with an increased chance for warmer, drier, and windier conditions in eastern areas of the country and more rain in the west.