Tag: Emergency services
A year ago, Canberra suffered the worst hailstorm to hit an Australian city since 1999, inflicting $638 million worth of damage.
NSW Police have confirmed the drowning of a 50-year-old Sydney woman yesterday at Congo Beach, south of Moruya on the NSW South Coast.
Rohan Scott, the new ACT Rural Fire Service (ACTRFS) chief officer, was introduced to the public today at the Molonglo Brigade facility.
Canberrans will be armed with a survival plan for any natural disaster, with ACT Emergency Services Agency’s new multi-hazard survival plan tool.
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
A recent survey has shown almost half (47%) of ACT residents do not test their smoke alarms as recommended by fire authorities.
A dedicated makeshift COVID-19 hospital new will be constructed at or near the Canberra Hospital and will initially have capacity for 50 patients.