Our first six-monthly report to track Fire and Emergency New Zealand’s progress against our Volunteerism Strategy is now publicly available.
The consultation proposal on the scope and functions of the permanent Behaviour and Conduct Office closes this week at 5pm on Thursday 28 January 2021.
The ICT Network team will be conducting minor changes to the Citrix environment to remove the current reliance on unsupported Legacy Network devices.
The Ranfurly urban volunteer fire brigade has amalgamated with the Maniototo component of the Blackstone rural brigade, bringing 52 volunteer firefighters into one team.
The Request for Proposal, (RFP), for suppliers to design a fit for purpose solution for our next generation Type 3 appliance closed last month and the project team is impressed with the responses.
The Pacific Islands Languages Grant is now accepting applications from anyone considering, or already undertaking, study in any Pacific Islands language.
Shannon Volunteer Fire Brigade advises of the passing of Operational Support Firefighter Humana (Boots) Haronga. Boots was a Gold Star member, life member and local volunteer, serving with the Shannon brigade for 41 years.
Many of our people were hard at work over the busy festive season keeping communities safe. Between 14 December and 11 January, our crews attended 7,152 incidents across New Zealand, which is around 120 fewer than the same period last year.
Motueka Fire Brigade advises of the death of Operational Support Firefighter Warren Webby. Warren was a Gold Star, life member and local volunteer, serving with the brigade for 37 years. A funeral service will be held at the Motueka Fire Station Monday 18th commencing at 1pm.
Haumoana Volunteer Fire Brigade has been delivered two brand new trucks – a fire appliance and a tanker.