On Sunday 23 May CFA volunteers from a number of brigades across the state participated in the Midsumma Pride March - an important demonstration of unity for members of the LGBTIQA+ community.
CFA members from across South West Region came together on the eve of National Volunteer Week to share their thoughts and experiences for the Volunteer Forum.
Exercise Right Week is dedicated to helping Australians live healthier and more active lives.
CFA volunteers come from all walks of life and bring a range of skills, diversity and expertise to their roles at CFA.
A CFA volunteer who snapped a quick pic while attending a planned burn has won the annual National Volunteer Week Photo Competition.
Glenlyon Group within CFA’s District 15 has teamed up with Ambulance Victoria to better support local brigades responding to serious motor vehicle accidents.
Four CFA brigades are the first in Australia to receive cutting-edge, battery-operated road rescue equipment.
Hallam Fire Brigade has traditionally been an integrated brigade but since Fire Services Reform it’s recently elected its first captain.
The work carried out at Koriella is a fantastic example of how planned burning can reduce fuel loads while also reduce weeds and promote regeneration of native flora.
South West Region recently completed a series of successful planned burns at Freshwater Creek.
Tatura CFA brigade members have celebrated the opening of their brand-new fire station as they mark the brigade’s 126th year.
International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) celebrates LGBTQIA+ people globally, and raises awareness for the work still needed to combat discrimination.
A planned burn of 44 hectares at Lara was completed recently.
CFA is celebrating its volunteers as part of National Volunteer Week, starting on Monday, 17 May through until Sunday, 23 May.
Today marks the start of National Volunteer Week 2021.
A family of five from Wandin North’s escape from a house fire on Easter Monday has prompted calls from the fire and rescue services for Victorians to install interconnected smoke alarms in every bedroom, hallway and living area.
CFA brigades from District 12 and District 13 supported by members from the State Planned Burn Taskforce conducted a 5.2 hectare fuel reduction burn at Koriella on Saturday 20 March.
On Wednesday 7 April CFA and Landcare conducted a successful planned burn at Three Chain Road, Tungamah in District 22.
New CFA Chief Officer Jason Heffernan has met with hundreds of CFA volunteers and staff member in North East Victoria as he wrapped up the final leg of his regional tour.
Recently CFA supported Wadawarrung Traditional Custodians with a cultural burn at Stoneleigh, which provided a unique learning opportunity.