South Burnett SES have volunteers came home with the major honour from the North Coast Region awards
In the early hours of Sunday morning, Kingaroy SES attended a request for assistance in Kingaroy to a house which had water entering following a heavy downpour during the night.
It hasn’t started raining or flooding again yet, but the State Emergency Service volunteers are preparing!
One of the South Burnett’s own “every day heroes” was a finalist in the QPCU awards
Kingaroy SES members have again felt the support and generosity of Kingaroy businesses.
The Kingaroy State Emergency Service will join thousands of organisations around the nation to mark the 25th anniversary of National Volunteer Week in Australia (May 12–18).
SES volunteers from Kingaroy and Nanango joined the search at the weekend for a woman missing from a property near Toogoolawah.
The recent wet weather has kept local SES crews busy.
Nanango SES will get a new HQ, thanks to the State Government and South Burnett Regional Council
The rains appear to have started, and so have activations for Kingaroy SES.
Emergency services have launched a new smartphone app to help people call the right number for help in emergency and non-emergency situations.
Local SES members were presented with service medals at the recent SES Week State Awards ceremony held in Gympie.
The South Burnett’s “Get Ready For Summer” program visited Murgon on Friday morning with the aim of building awareness and resilience in the local community.
Anyone who noticed the flashing emergency lights and fire engines at Kingaroy Airport this evening shouldn’t be alarmed … it wasn’t an aviation emergency or plane crash.
The State Emergency Service is urging residents to assist emergency volunteers by taking responsibility for their own recovery following natural disasters.
The Kingaroy SES group has sent out an urgent SOS for more volunteers to join its ranks.
Two Yarraman SES volunteers were presented with awards last night for their committed service to the SES.
Emergency Services in Queensland face a major shake-up under reforms recommended by former Australian Federal Police Commissioner Mick Keelty.
Kingaroy SES hosted a Landsearch Course at the weekend, training members in all aspects of searching, including forensic searching and preserving incident scenes.
Another two trailer loads of PALS (Personal Assistant Lighting System) have been built, thanks to the Murgon SES Support Group and the BIEDO Grant Angel program.