The Herald is this week profiling some of our emergency service heroes who have hidden talents or other jobs.
Having the extra support of 11 new Volunteer Support Officers around the country is making a big difference in the areas they are posted in.
International Volunteer Managers Day is our opportunity to celebrate the skills, knowledge and important contribution of our managers of volunteers
New Zealand Transport Agency is conducting a survey on the topic of Post-Crash Care, and would like to know the views of their emergency services partners. Click here to read more and share your experiences.
Kaiaua Voluntary Rural Fire Force, based near Thames, may only have a crew of 13 but they’re looking mighty fine in their new PPEs for dealing with structural fires.
As the teams return, it is time for our final newsletter from Canada.
Find out the teams final thoughts on their journey helping our Canadian friends.
Working with Fire and Emergency means work place incidents can happen. We wish to offer the best support for our team members, and here is how!
Enjoy the latest stories and pictures from week 3, straight from the front line in Canada!
Sunday marked the end of the first week for the deployment team in Canada. It’s been full on and fast with little room to catch one’s breath since both teams landed in their respectful areas. It’s definitely a learn-as-you-go job and yes, we’re stuffed, but each day that we head out our confidence builds.
The tiny Akitio community doesn't forget those who have served them well, even when they've been gone for 16 years.