Bloody Bridge, Newcastle Gorse Fire
6 Fire Appliances are currently in attendance at a gorse fire at Bloody Bridge, Newcastle.
Throughout today Firefighters have responded to a number of wildfires, including two significant ones in the Mourne Mountains.
NIFRS has welcomed the news that long serving Firefighters will receive additional recognition for 30 & 40 years of service.
A Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service Spokesperson said: “The thoughts and sympathies of Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service are with…
On-Call Firefighters based in Carnlough Fire Station will respond alongside Northern Ireland Ambulance Service when someone has had a cardiac arrest. The…
The £42.6million final phase of the NIFRS Learning and Development Centre near Cookstown is due to begin in May 2022.
On-Call Firefighters are part-time Firefighters who keep their local community safe by responding to emergency incidents.
NIFRS proposes to align our District structure to the Council boundaries.
NIFRS is encouraging road users to share our roads responsibly after it was revealed that 50 people tragically lost their lives on our roads in 2021.
The 17 chairs of Northern Ireland’s health bodies and the Fire & Rescue Service have come together to call on politicians and the public to Support our Staff.