Fire and Emergency’s Josh Vermuelen is leading an important scientific mission in Antarctica.
Our Northern Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) team has celebrated its 20th Anniversary.
The Tokomaru Bay Volunteer Fire Brigade was very pleased to recently receive a First Response vehicle from the Pauanui Volunteer Fire Brigade.
A new personal gas monitor recently issued to specialist fire investigator Kirk Davis did its job well at a house fire.
On Tuesday we sent a contingent of firefighters to Australia to help fight the wildfires burning across Queensland.
We have identified a trend in injuries and events reported where firefighters have fallen backwards when wearing Breathing Apparatus (BA) sets.
Fire and Emergency is starting a process of rolling out training and equipment that will give our firefighters a wider range of disaster response skills.
There has been considerable progress in the Working Safely in Water project over recent months.
Missed the Understanding the Fire Weather Index System presentation? Recording available now.
Following a three-day Urban Search and Rescue exercise earlier this month in Ardmore in Auckland, more than 18 tonnes of search and rescue equipment is being cleaned and repaired.