Just over two years since we received a funding boost from the Government of over $50 million for rebuilds and upgrades of 26 fire stations, there is only one station to go.
Sharing the results of the Te Kei region's Ngā Tohu Raukura (Symbols of Excellence) Awards, which were presented on Wednesday 9 November at a ceremony in Dunedin with Russell Wood, DCE Service Delivery Operations.
We’re almost halfway through Movember and true to form, our people are stepping up to the challenge.
Earlier today four of our people were presented their Royal Honours by Administrator Justice Susan Glazebrook at Government House.
The winter issue of Ignite is out with plenty of interesting news to read.
Fire and Emergency’s 2020/21 Annual Report highlights the organisation is in a healthy financial position.
Today, five of our Queen’s Birthday Honours recipients were presented with their Queen’s Service Medals (QSMs) at Government House.
We’re happy to announce the results of Te Hiku’s Ngā Tohu Raukura (previously celebrating success awards)
AFAC, the Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council, recently held its virtual conference with the theme, balancing impact and expectations.
Graduating as a firefighter is a monumental moment for our people, but it’s even more monumental when you also get engaged.