25 firefighting vehicles have turned out to a large fire at a hay shed and fodder processing plant near St Arnaud.
As Victorians reach for their heaters to ward off the cold snap this weekend and single-digit overnight temperatures next week, firefighters are urging people to be aware of the fire risks inside their homes.
The Fire Danger Period (FDP) will finish at 1.00am on 12 April in the following municipality in CFA’s District 2: • City of Greater Bendigo
On Sunday 14 March the District 15 Women’s Reference Group (WRG) hosted the first CFA Statewide International Women’s Day event.
Message from Chief Officer Jason Heffernan
The Fire Danger Period (FDP) will finish at 1.00am on Monday, 12 April 2021 in the following municipality in CFA’s District 4: • Glenelg Shire
The Fire Danger Period (FDP) will finish at 1.00am on Monday, 12 April in the following municipalities in CFA’s District 17: • West Wimmera Shire Council (remainder) • Horsham Rural City Council (remainder)
CFA crews from Apollo Bay, Wye River and Colac responded to a chlorine leak at Apollo Bay Aquatic Centre on Saturday 3 April.
Nominations are still open for the 2022 Australian Fire Service Medal (AFSM) for the Australia Day Honours.
CFA’s new Corporate Peer Team members were presented with their graduation certificates by CEO Natalie MacDonald at a special ceremony in late March.
In CFA’s 70th year of support for the Good Friday Appeal, members across Victoria opened their hearts once again, helping to raise $1,028,328 for the Royal Children’s Hospital.
One of CFA’s brigades that have been heavily involved in fundraising for the Good Friday Appeal has hosted the face of this year’s appeal.
The Fire Danger Period (FDP) will finish at 1.00am on 06 April in the following municipalities in CFA’s District 5: • Southern Grampians • Moyne
The excitement at this year’s CFA/VFBV State Championships was overwhelming with more than 880 members across 73 brigades coming together to compete as well as coaches, judges, officials, CFA and VFBV staff and spectators.
Firefighters are asking Victorians to check their smoke alarms are in working order before embarking on their Easter getaways this weekend.
Plenty Fire Brigade members have marked the start of construction of a new fire station with the official turning of the sod ceremony last night.
Close to 100 women firefighters representing 39 CFA brigades from all over Victoria honed their skills and shared their experiences over the weekend as the Cape Clear Women’s Burn Day was held for the fifth time.
Members with Breathing Apparatus (BA) competency who wear prescription glasses will benefit from a new spectacle insert, which will allow them to wear glasses without compromising the fit and seal of their BA mask.
Coldstream’s new fire station may be built just a few doors down from the current station, but it will be streets ahead in what it offers the brigade and its local community.
The 2021 championships have come to a close and the final results are in for the Urban & Rural Seniors and Rural Juniors Championships.