Brigade News

Bill Tims

Posted on 5th August 2016

The Haumoana brigade is deeply saddend by the tragic death of our much respected brigade member Bill Tims in San Francisco on 2 August  2016. Bill Tims (Timsie) became a Senior Fire Fighter after stepping down as our chief. A role he held for 20 years. He had dedicated four decades to serving our brigade and the

Your votes count at Conference

Posted on 28th June 2016

The UFBA Annual Conference is a time when your brigade can contribute to the way the UFBA acts and how you are represented.

WPFBA Newsletter - May 2016

Posted on 16th May 2016

http://www.ufba.org.nz/images/general/General Circular May, 2016(1).doc

WPFBA Newsletter - March 2016

Posted on 15th May 2016

http://www.ufba.org.nz/images/general/General Circular 1%2c 2016.doc

WPFBA Newsletter - December 2015

Posted on 15th May 2016

http://www.ufba.org.nz/images/general/Provincial Circular Dec 2015.doc

We remember dedicated firefighters

We remember dedicated firefighters

Posted on 19th April 2016

Anzac Day - UFBA remembers contributions made by firefighters including Feilding Brigade's Alfred John Shoebridge

Magirus prototype purchase

Magirus prototype purchase

Posted on 4th April 2016

The Fire Service has purchased a one-off prototype. It is a fully built-up appliance from Europe - Magirus HLF 10 - built on an Iveco cab chassis.

Two new Fire Fighters graduate for Matata

Posted on 16th January 2016

A big congratulations to our two newly graduated Matata Volunteer Firefighters Lily Hofert and Luke Blom. They just completed the gruelling, week long recruit training course at the NZFS National Training Centre in Rotorua. Luke is standing and Lily crouched both dead centre of the photograph. Well done guys and welcome to the Fire Service family.

Fire rips through block of flats - 19th October 2015

Posted on 8th January 2016

http://m.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11532192

Volunteers protecting their rural communities

Posted on 18th December 2015

Waikuku Beach Volunteer Rural Fire Force, Waimakariri From left: Joel Robb, Maureen Robb, James Marks, Karen Purchas, Duncan O’Keefe, Penny Stewart (No. 1 whitebait catcher) Waikuku Beach trains every Monday night 7-9pm and the last Sunday of the month from 2-4pm. A lot of what we do is area familiarisation, training and assessments of our local patch.

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