It is with great regret that we inform you of the sudden passing of member Brent Lynn
It is with sadness that we advise the sudden passing of John Woolley, Senior Station Officer at Hamilton Fire Station.
Results of the Hawke’s Bay trial and next steps for implementation of LACs
Over the past few months, fire stations throughout the country were transformed into fashion stores, with clothing racks of potential new uniform prototypes wheeled in.
Are you curious to hear what was presented by Fire and Emergency at the recent UFBA-FRFANZ Conference? Or were you there and would like a bit more information to share with your station colleagues?
Members of Fire and Emergency’s Afi Pasefika group travelled to Samoa earlier this month for a cultural engagement trip to the islands to further develop our relationship with the Samoan Fire and Emergency Services Authority (SFESA) and share our skills and knowledge.
At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, fire stations across the country sirens sounded their sirens for 11 seconds, joining the nationwide Roaring Chorus to commemorate Armistice Day.
Every year on 5 November, while most people are gearing up for a night of celebrations and fireworks, our crews are preparing for a busy night of work.
From our creation on 1 July 2017, an important founding principle of Fire and Emergency New Zealand is that all our people are able to work in a safe and healthy environment, where they can achieve their full potential and be supported in their roles.
Guy Fawkes, Armistice Day, 50 year service celebrations, volunteer firefighters helping save a baby and the launch of the 111 emergency location information were just some of events this month that saw Fire and Emergency in the media.