Our Local Advisory Committees (LACs) have now been established for just over a year, which is an exciting milestone for our Committees and local Fire and Emergency teams.
To make sure our recognition activities are hitting the mark with our volunteers, we ran a Volunteer Reward and Recognition Survey in July.
Papatoetoe Volunteer Fire Brigade advises of the passing of Les Peters. Les was a member of the Papatoetoe Volunteer Fire Brigade from 1977 to 1986 and held the rank of 3rd Officer. A private cremation will be held for Les.
This Thursday at 9.30 am, we’re reminding you to drop, cover and hold for ShakeOut.
Over the coming weeks we’ll be encouraging the public to create an escape plan for their household by making it as simple as 1, 2, 3.
Fire and Emergency and the New Zealand Firefighters Welfare Society (NZFFWS) are proud to re-sign our Statement of Cooperation
We've reached the end of Cyber Smart Week - now it's time to take a look back at what we've learned.
Another really effective way to cyber up is to keep your apps and devices updated.
Upholding your privacy online is increasingly important. Most of us know someone who has had a Facebook account hacked or their identity impersonated via fake accounts or phishing emails.
Onehunga Fire Station advises of the passing of Peter Raymond (Pete) Nicol on 13 October. Pete served for 22 years with the Volunteer Fire Service with Onehunga and Papakura Fire Service.
His virtual funeral service was held from morrisons. co. nz on Tuesday 19 October at 11am.