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CFA reflects on a Royal visit to Ballarat

As the world takes a moment to honour Queen Elizabeth II, CFA reflects on Her Majesty’s ongoing support of Victoria’s emergency services.

16 Sep 2022

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Charging into the future

CFA is driving down electric avenue with the addition of eight full electric vehicles to its fleet.

13 Sep 2022

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Firefighters from the south-west awarded National Emergency Medals

One hundred and seventy-six local volunteer firefighters and staff members from CFA’s District 7 have been honoured with National Emergency Medals for their efforts in the 2019-20 Australian bushfire ...

12 Sep 2022

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A new captain for Cashmore

Cashmore Fire Brigade has elected its first woman captain. Regina Punton joined the brigade in 2017 and was named captain at a recent brigade election.

12 Sep 2022

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Fireys raise $500k for stair climb challenge

Around 600 firefighters and emergency service personnel across Australia stormed up the stairway of Crown Metropol Hotel on Saturday, 10 September to raise funds and awareness for mental health.

10 Sep 2022

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Lancefield brigade presents long service awards

Recognising its members' valued community service at a recent awards ceremony at Lancefield Fire Station, the brigade is now entering into a new phase of generational growth and succession planning.

9 Sep 2022

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CFA peers welcome genuine conversations this R U OK? Day

This year’s R U OK? Day theme is ‘no qualifications needed’ and District 14 peer coordinator Neville Goddard echoes this sentiment, stressing that you don’t need qualifications to genuinely be there f ...

8 Sep 2022

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