In the early hours of this morning, we had the privilege of gathering in Pōneke and Rotorua to honour the appearance of Matariki through Fire and Emergency New Zealand's first hautapu ceremonies.
Update from Russell Wood, DCE, Organisational Capability and Strategic Development
The Minister of Internal Affairs, Hon. Jan Tinetti has announced that Rebecca Keoghan is Fire and Emergency’s new Board Chair.
Tomorrow is the official date to welcome and honour the appearance of Matariki, marking the start of Māori New Year.
Registrations for the Australasian Police and Emergency Services Games (AP&ES Games) held in Rotorua from 4-11 March 2022 in Rotorua are now open.
Temuka Volunteer Fire Brigade advise of the passing of retired Senior Station Officer and Life Honorary Member Alister Quigley (Crafty), who completed more than 40 years’ service to his community.
A new Investment Management Framework has been designed to ensure that when it comes to project and programme delivery, ‘best practice’ at Fire and Emergency is easy to find, understand and apply. Our new policy defines what is considered a project or programme.
From 1 July 2021 Fire and Emergency’s single national provider for the delivery of our Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) will be Vitae.
Our second six-monthly report to track Fire and Emergency New Zealand’s progress against our Volunteerism Strategy is now publicly available.
Watch exactly what went into our recent live on-air controlled house burn with TVNZ's Seven Sharp.