High-Tech Way
To Seek SES Help

High-Tech Way<br> To Seek SES Help

The SES is urging Queenslanders to get “tech savvy” and start using the SES Assistance smart phone app.

Weekend Of Rain, Hail, Blackouts

Weekend Of Rain, Hail, Blackouts

Storms that have whipped through the South Burnett over the past few days have caused major blackouts, pelted crops with rain and hail, and kept SES volunteers, council workers and Ergon Energy repair crews run off their feet.

Storms Black Out 10,000 Homes

Storms Black Out 10,000 Homes

More than 10,000 homes lost power as a string of storms crossed the South Burnett on Saturday afternoon

Storm Warning For Boondooma

Storm Warning For Boondooma

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services is urging residents in parts of the Dalby and South Burnett Council areas, including Boondooma and Lake Boondooma, to prepare for thunderstorm activity in the coming hour.

Powerful Boost For SES

Powerful Boost For SES

SES volunteers will benefit from a new sponsorship deal with Ergon Energy, Energex and Powerlink.

SES Volunteers Sweat It Out For Summer

SES Volunteers Sweat It Out For Summer

While most people spent the October long weekend relaxing and enjoying the warm Spring weather, thirty SES volunteers sacrificed their Saturday to sweat it out in bushland instead.

Police Committee Marks A Milestone

Police Committee Marks A Milestone

Twenty-five years ago a public meeting was held at the Kingaroy Town Hall Reception Room to discuss how local police and the community could improve their channels of communication.

Emergency Action At Airport

Emergency Action At Airport

There was action aplenty at Kingaroy Airport on Friday – fire engines, a water bomber, a circling helicopter and lots of firefighters and SES volunteers on the ground.

Peter Picked As Judge

Peter Picked As Judge

Kingaroy resident Peter Verbakel is packing his bags and heading for Cairns this week for the Queensland SES Disaster Rescue Challenge which will be held at the weekend.

SES Moves Into New Shed

SES Moves Into New Shed

Nanango SES has completed the move into its new $160,000 storage shed in Grey Street

Just 30cm Of Water ….

Just 30cm Of Water ….

As storms roll in across southern Queensland, the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services is again reminding residents to avoid flood waters.

Alan’s An Angel In Orange

Alan’s An Angel In Orange

Murgon SES volunteer Alan Sage calls his colleagues his “orange angels”.

A Job Well Done Up North

A Job Well Done Up North

If the guys and gals in the photo above look a bit the worse for wear, they have a good excuse … they’ve just been through the aftermath of a Category 5 cyclone.

Cutting Edge Training
For SES Volunteers

Cutting Edge Training<br> For SES Volunteers

SES volunteers attended a training course at the weekend to equip them in the use of chainsaws – a very necessary skill as demonstrated by Tropical Cyclone Marcia,

Kingaroy SES Wants YOU!

Kingaroy SES Wants YOU!

The New Year has started off well for Kingaroy SES with a large number of members and potential members attending this week.

Public Thank You To Volunteers

Public Thank You To Volunteers

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Commissioner Lee Johnson has publicly thanked the more than 40,000 emergency services volunteers in Queensland.

Local SES Helps In Brisbane Clean-Up

Local SES Helps In Brisbane Clean-Up

South Burnett SES members have been quick to volunteer to help in the clean-up following Thursday night’s “supercell” storm which trashed parts of Brisbane.