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The UFBA is pleased to see the Court of Appeal’s determination to uphold Fire and Emergency’s process on appointments for leadership positions across New Zealand.

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February 2021 enewsletter

Sent to subscribers 22 February 2021.
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Kia ora everyone!

Tāngata Matatau is a non-profit Peak Body designed to meet the needs for non-brigade members. 


The UFBA Board has provided the following statement to RNZ regarding interviews broadcast on 9 February 2021 that discussed the UFBA. The Board would like to correct a number of facts as follows:

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United Fire Brigades’ Association (UFBA) Independent Appointed Director Brenda Pilott has retired from her position on the UFBA Board.

Top ten

Revisit the top 10 achievements of 2020 as featured in our January 2021 newsletter.

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First updates of 2021

Sent to subscribers 6 January 2021 - Including a recap on 2020, play your part in a working group, new Fire Shop now open, update from the Board and all dates for Challenge


6 January 2021

The Board would like to advise Members that the CEO has been reinstated. 

This follows an independent process that was set up but unable to proceed in full.


You can find a link to the latest Annual Report and Financial Statements 2019-20 - sent to all member brigades in October 2020 -