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Northland house fire proves why smoke alarms should be checked this daylight saving

21 September 2022 | Announcements

Working smoke alarms will protect you, your whānau, and your home. Just like they did for Northland local, Hinerakei Allen.

Queen’s Birthday Honours recipients recognised

16 September 2022 | Announcements

Fire and Emergency New Zealand volunteers from Manaia, Auckland, Hahei and Karekare were presented with their Royal Honours today.

Wildfire risk reduction programme in Lake Tekapo

2 September 2022 | Community Education

Fire and Emergency teams will be taking to the streets in Lake Tekapo next week to start encouraging residents to start taking action around their homes.

Agreed statement from Fire and Emergency New Zealand, the NZ Professional Firefighters Union, and the Minister of Internal Affairs

31 August 2022 | Announcements

On Tuesday 30 August Minister Tinetti brought Fire and Emergency and the NZPFU together to assist in finding a way forward in the current collective bargaining.

Friday 26 August - Fire and Emergency alerted to seven incidents in urban areas during strike period today

26 August 2022 | Announcements

Fire and Emergency NZ was alerted to seven incidents in the main urban areas covered primarily by career firefighters between 11am and 12pm today.

Fire and Emergency seek ERA support to try and bring pay dispute and strike action to an end

25 August 2022 | Announcements

Fire and Emergency NZ will once again answer all 111 for Fire calls during the career firefighters’ second full strike between 11am and 12pm tomorrow 26/08/2022

Woolston scrap yard fire - Update #7

19 August 2022 | Emergency Information

Assistant Commander Mike Bowden says Fire and Emergency are down-scaling operations today in Woolston, Christchurch.

Fire and Emergency NZ alerted to 12 incidents in urban areas during strike period

19 August 2022 | Announcements

Deputy National Commander Brendan Nally says Fire and Emergency NZ was alerted to 12 incidents in the main urban areas covered primarily by career firefighters