Please join me in congratulating the following personnel who have been recognised with Queen’s Service Medals in the 2019 New Year Honours List, for services to Fire and Emergency New Zealand and the community.
On Wednesday 19 December, the Fire and Emergency and NZPFU Auckland task force held their first meeting since their establishment in November.The joint task force is the first important step of commitment between Fire and Emergency and NZPFU to look at the barriers to ensuring staffing levels in Auckland are sustainable.
Ngā mihi o te wā hari koa ki a koutouWelcome to the last Fire and Emergency monthly update for 2018.To say thanks, here’s a quick end of year video from me.
Register your interest in walking in the parade on Saturday 16th March 2019 so that we can let the organisers know numbers.
The annual Sirens and Sounds Safety Festival held in the Auckland suburb of Avondale in November is the result of an idea from a group of people passionate about their community.
Wednesday 5 December was International Volunteer Day, when organisations across New Zealand and around the world recognise volunteers for their effort and value.
Three Gisborne firefighters were recognised with a community enrichment “Celebrating Success” award for teaching te reo Māori to their colleagues to help better connect with the Māori community.
Anne Barry, or Annie as she likes to be known, joined the NZ Fire Service in 1975 and went on to become the Commonwealth’s first female professional firefighter in 1981.
Complete the engagement survey to help us understand what drives your commitment to Fire and Emergency, and how we can make our organisation the best it can be.
Our Fleet Capital Programme provides new appliances to help meet the changing demands on our services and ensure that we’re well equipped to respond to incidents.