It is with regret that we advise the passing of ex firefighter Kevin Johnston of the Fairlie Volunteer Fire Brigade.
From 11 March 2019 we are changing the way we work with OfficeMax which will impact how users shop on-line, in-store and by phone. Read more here.
Click here to read the New Zealand Firefighters Credit Union's February newsletter!
The ongoing efforts of all our personnel, including our volunteers, has been crucial to helping us fight the fires in Nelson over the last two weeks.To support our volunteers, Fire and Emergency are working with the UFBA and FRFANZ on a solution to reimburse our unpaid volunteers for the Nelson fires.
Between late March and May this year, we will be moving the final group of our Volunteer personnel who are currently using Fire and Emergency email to Office 365 for a better and easier way of accessing emails.
Meet some of the Incident Management Team supporting our efforts in Nelson, and learn about their roles, in this short video.
The first taskforce of 21 firefighters returned to New Zealand on 8 February and have been replaced by a second taskforce. Read more here...
UPDATED WITH FUNERAL INFORMATION: It is with deep regret that that we have to announce the passing of Ex Station Officer Don Woodward.
Fire and Emergency New Zealand’s deployment in Tasmania has entered its third week, as the bushfires there continue to rage across the state. Read more here.
It is with regret that we advise the death of ex-firefighter, F.G (Ted) Gimblett of Otaki Volunteer Fire Brigade.