Emergency services volunteers can face all sorts of frightening scenarios when they’re on the job, including rescuing injured or trapped large animals.
A chartered helicopter has delivered three loads of food today to assist 250 people stranded at Manar Park
Although the rain has been easing, the road situation is still extremely dangerous in the South Burnett and residents have been urged to stay at home and off the streets
Seven volunteers at the Goomeri State Emergency Service have been presented with Certificates of Appreciation by Member for Wide Bay Warren Truss.
The State Emergency Services training area in Kingaroy will soon be boasting a new concrete slab
A line of storms that swept through the South Burnett on Saturday night left a trail of destruction in their wake and about 5000 properties without power.
Three South Burnett SES volunteers were presented with Meritorious Service Medals at the North Coast Region SES Week Awards ceremony held in Gympie on Saturday afternoon.
The “Truckload of Thanks” tour that has been winding its way through the South Burnett held its last pitstop today at Blackbutt, outside the Council offices in Hart Street.
It was Kingaroy’s turn to say “thank you” to our SES volunteers today when the “Truckload Of Thanks” rolled into Glendon Street for Day 3 of its South Burnett tour.
Day 2 of the “Truckload of Thanks” tour saw a convoy of SES vehicles roll into Wondai
Police Minister Jack Dempsey has urged Queenslanders to “go orange” on Wednesday
This week is 2012 SES Week, and the South Burnett’s SES groups will be marking it with a “Truck Load Of Thanks” tour through our region’s major towns.
There’s no doubt the South Burnett owes our SES volunteers a “Truck Load Of Thanks” in the wake of last year’s floods, and here’s an opportunity for residents to come along and say it.
South Burnett Mayor Wayne Kratzmann confirmed today that he would be meeting with representatives of South Burnett CTC and the current Emergency Services cadet unit soon to work out how the unit can continue to function.
The South Burnett Regional Council and South Burnett CTC are looking at a proposal to save the region’s Emergency Services Cadets unit.
Council has voted to throw its support behind the region’s Emergency Services Cadets
SBRC Mayor Wayne Kratzmann pledged tonight to keep the South Burnett branch of the Emergency Services Cadets going if the State Government doesn’t reverse its decision to close the program down.
A joint Rotary, police, SES local road safety program has been featured in “Emergency” magazine
QCWA members from all over south-east Queensland gathered in Kingaroy on Wednesday
SES volunteers from across the South Burnett gathered in Nanango last night for a combined training exercise to improve their skills in the use of GPS equipment.