Bay of Plenty’s newest fire station at Lake Okareka was opened by Internal Affairs Minister Hon. Jan Tinetti on Saturday.
Wellington International Pride Parade organisers have made the tough decision to cancel this year’s event. They will now focus their efforts on next year’s parade, scheduled for March 2022.
Children’s Day or Te Rā O Ngā Tamariki is coming up on 7 March, and it’s a great opportunity to celebrate the tamaraki in your community.
Around 80+ Fire and Emergency people recently participated in the Wellington Round the Bays fun run, alongside family members, which helped make us the biggest single team entered into the event.
Our newly refurbished Queenstown Fire Station was officially opened by Internal Affairs Minister Hon. Jan Tinetti on Saturday.
Media have begun running stories and coverage about the Christchurch earthquake of 22 February 2011 and its enduring impacts.
With the Auckland Rainbow Parade and Wellington Pride Parade taking place on 20 February and 10 April, we would like to invite you to join us as we celebrate rainbow communities in and out of Fire and Emergency.
The Ranfurly urban volunteer fire brigade has amalgamated with the Maniototo component of the Blackstone rural brigade, bringing 52 volunteer firefighters into one team.
The new site of one of New Zealand’s oldest fire brigades was officially blessed yesterday.
Have you ever fancied yourself as Tom Selleck or Burt Reynolds? Perhaps you're more inspired by Kiwi legends like Sir Peter Blake or Billy T. James? Maybe you’ve just seen the latest Borat movie? Well, Movember is your chance to shine, and all for a good cause.