Inspired by her Dad, CFA Group Training Officer Hannah Morris started volunteering as a junior firefighter with Hawkesdale Fire Brigade back in high school in 2008.
In 1992 Jeff Piera moved to North Balmoral in his thirties. On arrival, his landlord encouraged him to join the CFA.
A volunteer firefighter who was once in desperate need of donor blood has called on her fellow CFA members across Victoria to roll up their sleeves and take part in the Emergency Services Blood Challenge.
Three distinguished CFA members have been awarded the Australian Fire Services Medal (AFSM) in recognition of their outstanding service to the community when the 2020 Queen’s Birthday Honours List was announced today.
CFA was called to reports of a man and a puppy trapped in a mine shaft on Parkinsons Road at Launching Place at 2.25pm on Sunday, 7 June.
CFA was called to reports of a house fire on Cunninghams Road in Tyaak at 11.35pm, Saturday 6 June.
Three destructive house fires in the last few weeks have led firefighters to call on Glenelg Shire residents to become more aware of the dangers of heaters, electrical appliances and wood fires.
Portarlington Fire Brigade member Darren Nisbet has seen many changes over the 30 years he has volunteered with the CFA.
This long weekend, CFA and The Alfred implore all Victorians to be fire safe and reduce burn-related injuries across the state.
In 2014, 19-year-old Megan Kilppel found herself wanting to volunteer and give back to the community.