Category: Emergency Services
Anthony Draheim, the new chief officer of the ACT State Emergency Service, discusses his transition from Defence to emergency management.
Some of Canberra’s frontline services have banded together to remind local residents of their obligations in the fight against COVID-19 this summer.
Emergency warnings for natural disasters in the ACT have become clearer as the Territory yesterday adopted the new, nationally-consistent Australian Warning System. The new system has changed the way incidents are displayed on...
Canberrans will be armed with a survival plan for any natural disaster, with ACT Emergency Services Agency’s new multi-hazard survival plan tool.
The ACT has recorded its sixth road fatality for this year, after a 16-year-old girl tragically passed away today from injuries sustained in a single car collision on Saturday night (31 October).
ACT emergency services are preparing for a “very different” bushfire season than the previous two. By early August, the ACT had received sufficient rainfall to remove the “residual drought” posing a forest fire...
ACT Policing has warned Canberrans they will be out in large numbers this weekend, conducting targeted and random breath tests ahead of both the NRL and AFL grand finals.
Icon Water are working to have roads reopened in the City following a burst water main at the intersection of Barry Drive and Marcus Clarke Street. ESA Media advised that due to...
The annual Emergency Services Blood Challenge 2020 has wrapped up and ACT Policing have come out on top with the most donations in the ACT.
An 82-year-old Fisher man has died at the scene of a low-speed, single-vehicle collision in Deakin around 6.45pm last night, 7 September.
Firefighters extinguished an electrical fire located in a lift on the 8th floor of the Ivy Apartments in Phillip in the early hours of this morning.
A new emergency services station to be built in Acton will house two Ambulance Services and ACT Fire & Rescue crews and be operational by 2022-23