Fire and Emergency New Zealand fire report

Pukekohe summary for the week 22 – 28 June 2017:
 22 Jun 17   Motor vehicle accident (MVA)
 24 Jun 17   False alarm
 25 Jun 17   Report of smoke, Medical call
 26 Jun 17   False alarm
 27 Jun 17   Vegetation fire (Port Waikato)
 28 Jun 17   False alarm, Rubbish fire
Message for the week.  As of Saturday 1 July 2017, the New Zealand Fire Service has been renamed Fire and Emergency NZ (FENZ).  So what does this mean for you?  Urban and Rural Fire will come under one umbrella but this won’t affect you one bit. You won’t actually see anything noticeable in the short term but over time you will see fire trucks and uniforms rebranded.​
Most importantly, it’s business as usual for all Brigades and fire fighters. When the siren goes off, we will still be there for our communities.
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