Yesterday, the Government announced mandatory surveillance testing for anyone who crosses an Alert Level 4 boundary.
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The position of Te Hiku Representative on the FENZ Sports Council will soon be vacant.
All personnel are to be made aware of this notice.
Due to the Extreme Wildfire Risk the decision has been made to make all VEG fires an automatic 2nd Alarm from 14 February 2020.
You will be aware Ngā Tai ki Te Puku Region is in a PROHIBITED FIRE SEASON. As the Fire Weather Indices continue to rise extra precautions are being put in place as a result.
It is with great pleasure we announce the winners of our 2019 Celebrating Success Awards.
Fire and Emergency legislation (2017) mandated many functions of which fire Services have not traditionally beeninvolved in, as well as providing legislation for new functions, much of which has yet to be developed.
These awards have been established in this region to provide formal recognition to Fire and Emergency teams, individuals and members of the community who have demonstrated outstanding excellence and contribution to our organisation and the communities that we serve.
All Volunteer operational personnel are to be made aware of this notice
Officers in Charge and Brigade Event Organisers are to ensure correct etiquette and due respect is shown when inviting Kaumātua and Iwi leaders to brigade events.