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Include Fire and Emergency in burn-off plans (Canterbury)

30 July 2020 | Community Education

High-country land managers around Canterbury are being asked to talk with Fire and Emergency as they start making their burn-off plans.

Second kitchen fire within a week prompts reminder to never leave cooking unattended

24 July 2020 | Announcements

Fire and Emergency is urging people to keep an eye on their cooking following a second house fire caused by unattended cooking within a week.

New Year Honours recipients recognised

23 July 2020 | Announcements

Today Paul McGill was formally made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to Fire and Emergency New Zealand.

Include Fire and Emergency in burn-off plans (Otago)

23 July 2020 | Community Education

High-country land managers in Otago are being asked to talk with Fire and Emergency as they start making their burn-off plans.

Keep looking while you’re cooking

20 July 2020 | Announcements

Fire and Emergency is reminding New Zealanders to never leave cooking unattended following a recent house fire in Napier.

Keep a metre from the heater

14 July 2020 | Announcements

A Gisborne house fire has prompted a reminder from Fire and Emergency to keep flammable materials at least one metre from your heater.

IGNITE Magazine: Issue 16

10 July 2020 | Ignite Magazine

Ignite represents the voices of the men and women across the country who dedicate themselves to protecting life and property in their communities.

Nelson fire highlights importance of working smoke alarms

9 July 2020 | Announcements

Without their neighbours calling 111, 3 Nelson residents may not have been alerted to a fire until it was too late as the house didn't have working smoke alarms