For the first time in ComCen history, a recent event celebrated the awarding of four Gold Stars (recognising 25 years’ service).
New York City Battalion Fire Chiefs Kevin Harrison and Steve Spall say travelling around and visiting people in Aotearoa New Zealand was like ‘meeting old friends’.
Many of us paid tribute yesterday to the 343 New York City firefighters who lost their lives during the September 11, 2001 attacks and to the 68 New Zealand firefighters who have lost their lives in the line of duty.
Last night, Fire and Emergency's Kelley Toy and Adrian Nacey won two AFAC Awards for their innovative mahi, helping hāpori (communities) learn fire safety.
Tune into Seven Sharp tomorrow at 7pm to see our people showcase the devastation a fire can cause in the home.
As we celebrate the appearance of Matariki and Puanga, many people take the time to remember those who have passed on since the last rising of these star clusters.
We acknowledge and honour the appearance of Matariki, marking the new year for many Māori.
It’s Te Wiki Tūao ā-Motu – National Volunteer Week and we are thanking our volunteers across the motu (country) for their incredible contributions.
Did you know that our research, library and evaluation team, Te Ao Mārama, hold an informal monthly research and evaulation catch up? The catch ups are open to all areas of the organisation.
Earlier this month, Counties Manukau Community Readiness and Recovery (CRR) team organised a volunteer training day at Paerata School, near Pukekohe.