New Fire & Rescue Service recruits will help protect communities – Health Minister
Health Minister Robin Swann has announced that more than 120 new recruits will shortly begin training with NIFRS.
Our thoughts and sympathies are with the families and friends of those affected by a tragic drowning incident at Enagh Lough in the Temple Road area of Derry/Londonderry.
Between 6pm 11 July and 2am 12 July 2022, we received a total of 203 emergency 999 calls which resulted in our Firefighters responding to 98 operational incidents.
This prestigious medal was awarded to Davy for his professionalism, dedication and commitment to make Northern Ireland a safer place.
The independent inspection of NIFRS will be led by HM Chief Inspector of the Scottish Fire & Rescue Service Robert Scott.
Health Minister Robin Swann has commissioned an independent inspection of NIFRS.
As the summer holidays begin, we are urging everyone to follow some simple guidance to stay safe during the holiday period.
Minister Swann cut the first sod on the £42.6million final phase of our Learning and Development Centre near Cookstown.
Bangor Cadet Lucy Ouldfield attended Buckingham Palace this month to receive her Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.
As warmer weather approaches next week, we are calling on the public to do their part to prevent wildfires this summer.