We are rolling out new fire plans across New Zealand, and are currently consulting on fire plans in 16 local areas. The development and consultation of these plans are a requirement of the Fire and Emergency New Zealand Act 2017 (the Act).
The Australasian Police and Emergency Services Games (AP&ES Games) are coming to New Zealand for the first time since 2012 and will be held in Rotorua from 4-11 March 2022.
New principle-based conference guidelines to help managers and team members decide when it is appropriate to attend a conference, either as a speaker or attendee
The pilot Travel Office which we have run for the last six months at NHQ will now become a permanent office.
The Type 3 Appliance Acquisition Project wants to deliver a workplace for firefighters, not simply a new truck.
National Manager Response Capability Paul Turner says the end of Daylight Saving is always a good time to check readiness for winter.
We’ve redeveloped our search tool because we know just how important it is for you to be able to access the information you need.
Kurow Volunteer Fire Brigade advises the passing of Deputy Chief Fire Officer Richard Nehoff on 20 April. Richard joined the brigade on 9 July 1979, serving 42 years. A celebration of Richard’s life will be held at the Kurow Memorial Hall on Friday 23 April at 1400 hours.
Internal Affairs Minister Jan Tinetti officially opened two new fire stations in Counties Manukau last Saturday, 17 April.
As a recipient of the Sir John Te Ahikaiata Turei Memorial Grant, SO, Warren Samuels is embarking on education to build his knowledge and understanding of te reo and te ao Māori.