On Friday, 1 July 2022, 16 new graduate firefighters will join the ranks of ACT Fire & Rescue.
This week, the Bureau of Meteorology announced that the 2021-22 La Niña event has come to an end, with the majority of indicators returning to a neutral level.
Nationally, ambulance services are experiencing increased pressure this cold and flu season.
Ten members of the ACT Emergency Services Agency were recognised in the 2022 Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Cold and windy weather will continue in the ACT as we see the temperatures drop into the minuses over the coming days.
Each night across the nation, more than 116,000 people in don’t have a safe and secure place to live.
Canberra’s emergency services are launching a lifesaving campaign to combat an expected shortfall in blood donors this winter.
The Australian and New Zealand National Council (AFAC) for fire and emergency services has released the Seasonal Bushfire Outlook for Winter 2022, predicting below-normal fire potential for the ACT