Heavy rain caused havoc across the state on Monday with several local houses and a Kindergarten reporting flooding. CFA were called to assist SES deal with numerous calls following the torrential rain, dropping more than 100mm on Gisborne. More than a month’s rainfall fell in a day as a storm front moved across the state, […]
CFA is urging residents to “think like a volunteer” when it comes to having a fire plan.
This advice is part of a campaign that highlights how planning for fire can be your best defense.
When we need help, chances are it will be a volunteer that will come to your help.
This time, the GREAT Association (Gisborne Region Events Activities and Tourism) has come to the aid of volunteer fire fighters at Gisborne CFA with a donation of $2000.
A small grass and scrub fire in Bullengarook on Sunday- a day of Total Fire Ban, had fire fighters on their toes.
A 3 brigade response to the fire in Mulchahy’s Rd quickly bought the fire under control, however fire fighters on scene said it was only the quick response that saved the day.