This week is Epetoma o te reo Māori Kūki ‘Āirani - Cook Islands Language Week.
Fire and Emergency learned some valuable lessons during the responses to the severe water events of early 2023.
The Board has recently approved our updated Statement of Intent (SOI) for 2023 – 2027 and our Statement of Performance Expectations (SPE) for 2023/2024.
The team at our Service Centre in Tauranga recently hosted our Minister, Hon Barbara Edmonds, our Chief Executive, Kerry Gregory, Director Service Delivery Operations, Brendan Nally, and Ngā Tai ki te Puku Region Manager, David Guard.
The Kaikōura Volunteer Fire Brigade and community celebrated the official opening of its new fit-for-purpose station last weekend.
We are proposing to change the way we manage complaints - from initial enquiries through to resolution.
The Risk Manager software has been successfully upgraded. This means our Safe@Work and Audit@Work applications are now available to use as normal.
Free flu vaccinations remain available for all people at Fire and Emergency, whether you’re a volunteer, employee, or a contractor.
The Safe@Work and Audit@Work applications will be unavailable today Monday 24 July between 1700-1900.
The Paraparaumu Fire Brigade celebrated 75 years of service to their local community last weekend.