Fire and Emergency personnel announced amongst New Zealanders awarded the Australian National Emergency Medal with Bushfires 19/20 Clasp.
This annual survey is one of the ways we get your views on how we’re doing as an organisation and most importantly meet our value of Auahatanga – we strive to improve.
The Wolf Was Not Sleeping is a bedtime story for young children whose parents are first responders working within stressful environments.
Fire and Emergency provided competitive fire safety modules for the hotly contested 2022 FMG Junior Young Farmers and Agrikids Regional Finals.
Greymouth Volunteer Fire Brigade advises of the passing of Former Life Honorary Member Kenneth George Swinburn on 21 July 2022.
Kaiwhakahaere (chairperson) for Te Rūnaka o Awarua, Dean Whaanga acknowledges the firefighters who risked their lives to save the Awarua-Waituna Wetland in April
Fairlie Volunteer Fire Brigade advises of the passing of ex Deputy Chief Fire Officer (NZFS) and Life Member, Colin McKinnon from the Fairlie Volunteer Fire Brigade.
Our ICT team is upgrading one of our databases on the applications ICAD-Data Reports.
There will be short intermittent outages of the Fire and Emergency network this Saturday as our ICT team updates and replaces our datacentre firewall.