Cyber Smart Week kicks off today and runs until Friday 18 October. The week is a government initiative which focuses on raising awareness on what you and your family can do to protect yourselves online.
The Fairlie Volunteer Fire Brigade would like to inform you of the passing of former Senior Firefighter John Armit (Army) Calder. Army was a Life Honorary Member and gold star recipient of the brigade.
We are reviewing and refining all our existing aviation procedures and systems used at vegetation fires.
We have recently made some changes to the gift and eligibility criteria for personnel who serve 25 years with Fire and Emergency.
Christchurch Fire Brigade would like to inform you of the passing of former Senior Firefighter Mel Pearson.
Mel retired from the Christchurch Fire Brigade in 2012. His funeral will be held on Tuesday 15 October at 11. 00am at Northbrook Chapel, Spark Lane (off Northbrook Road), Rangiora.
On Sunday 6 October some network drives will be temporarily unavailable between 8-9am while the servers they’re on are restarted:
We advise of the death of Michael (Mike) Hall on 29 September 2019. Mike was New Zealand Fire Service Chief Executive and National Commander from May 2001 until his retirement in December 2011, following a 30-year firefighting career in Australia.
We received some great entries in the Mental Health Awareness Week photo competition, thank you to everyone who entered.
Hastings firefighter Erin Tahau, organiser of the ‘Hawkes Bay Hundy’ fundraising relay run, is delighted with the amount of over $28,000 raised last weekend.
The network and internet performance issues that many people experienced last week have now been resolved.