Fire and Emergency New Zealand Sports Council calls for nominations for the 2022/23 Sportsperson of the Year and the Special Achievement Award 2022/23.
Last night, Wellington Deputy Mayor Foon presented the Absolutely Positively Wellingtonian (APW) Award to Fire and Emergency’s Wellington District for their role in responding to the Loafers Lodge tragedy in May.
Tomorrow, fire and emergency services personnel, families and dignitaries will gather in Canberra to commemorate those who have died in the line of duty.
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.
Earlier today four of our people were presented their Royal Honours by Administrator Justice Susan Glazebrook at Government House.
Sixteen Fire and Emergency personnel received their Australian National Emergency Medals with Bushfires 19/20 Clasp at the Australian High Commission in Wellington on Wednesday 14 September, with more to be presented in the coming months.
Sports Council calls for nominations for the 2021/2022 Sportsperson of the year and the Special Achievement Award 2021/2022.
Fire and Emergency personnel announced amongst New Zealanders awarded the Australian National Emergency Medal with Bushfires 19/20 Clasp.
By Kerry Gregory, Fire and Emergency New Zealand Chief Executive
Today was a special day for five of our people. Murray Binning (Kumeu), Wayne Martin (Kawakawa), Paul Wilkins (Murchison), Bill Harris (Clinton), and Gina Chaffey-Aupouri (Ruatōria) all received their Royal Honours from Governor General, Dame Cindy Kiro at Government House.