In the early hours of this morning (30 January) CFA crews were called to a house fire on Botanical Avenue in Wallan.
CFA has turned up the ante on safety with a tool called 'Safety Share.'
CFA volunteer Kevin Bolwell has helped to reduce fires caused by harvesting machinery in the Wimmera, through running a series of workshops for farmers in the area.
A statewide Total Fire Ban will be in place on Monday for the first time this summer.
A lawn mower has sparked a grassfire on Saturday afternoon (28 January) in Heathcote destroying one house, three sheds and eight cars.
CFA crews worked with SES, Ambulance Victoria, Victoria Police and Parks Victoria yesterday (26 January) to rescue a woman who had slipped down an embankment at Eurobin Falls, Mount Buffalo.
After more than 70 years in CFA, Kangaroo Flat's William 'Bill' Bowery has certainly gained the respect of his peers.
The CFA culture has been deeply embedded in Paul King's life from a young age and he has certainly come a long way since joining the Wodonga Fire Brigade in 1979 as a junior member.
In a career spanning four decades Henry Barton leaves behind a strong legacy in CFA.
Nearly sixty years have passed since Graham Petrie first set foot inside the Beazley's Bridge Fire Brigade in Victoria's West.
For the past 35 years, CFA volunteer, group officer and former Board member James 'Don' Robertson has spent his summers doing two main two things: running a mixed farming operation near Strathkellar in the heart of District 5 and fighting fires across Victoria and NSW.
When Anthony Archer moved to Kilmore in 1984, there wasn't much more than a fire station, a football ground and a general store.
CFA members have featured in the fire and emergency services sector of the 2017 Australia Day Honours List.
CFA members will be taking part in a number of activities this Australia Day including the Government House Open Day when the historic home and extensive gardens open to the public on Thursday, 26 January 2017.
The CFA Performance and Policy Consultative Committee held its second meeting on Monday 16 January at CFA headquarters.
For the first time in its 80-year history, the girls have outnumbered the guys on a recruit course at Mount Eliza Fire Brigade.
CFA crews had the smelly task of spreading out two smouldering piles of chicken manure on a farm in Stony Creek this afternoon (24 January).
CFA crews worked hard to contain a structure fire at a Torquay fruit shop in the early hours of Tuesday morning (24 January).
CFA crews assisted MFB with a fire that destroyed a chemical factory in Campbellfield on Camp Rd overnight.
The CFA Board held its monthly meeting on Monday 23 January.