Latest Queensland Fire News

Floods 2022: Past experiences to improve future safety
Bushfire readiness warning for Townsville communities
Bringing community together with yarn
CommBank donates additional $2 million in CanGive Flood Appeal
Young community leader recognised for loyalty and dedication
Rural Fire Service volunteers lead with integrity
Darling Downs volunteers bestowed awards for excellence
Rising stars showcase skills at Townsville PCYC Games
Volunteers roll up for new Rural Fire Service station
New recruits inducted into fire service
Two Rural Fire Service volunteers shine bright
Compassion and dedication recognised during RFS Week
Volunteers thanked at Rural Fire Service Week launch
Follow-up assessments provide snapshot of South East Queensland flood recovery
LDCC ‘Get Ready’ with bushfire response exercise
Firefighter safety and capability strengthen by $1.17 million Queensland Government investment
In Nation First, Queensland Panel to Drive Ethical Procurement
Boost for Whitsundays Police, Fire and Rescue Services
Queensland sends help to New South Wales flood victims
Collaboration and innovation key to future bushfire resilience
Central Queenslanders urged to prepare themselves before next bushfire season
Record $43.7 million SES budget
Rural Fire Service benefits from record budget boost
Additional resilience funding welcome in Queensland budget
Record budget supports better Fire and Emergency Services
QFES encourages families to race to fire safety this winter
Break and enter at Canungra
Saturday is set to sizzle for Bushfire Safety in Mount Morgan
New U-Tank rolls into Warwick
Queen’s Birthday honours for keeping Queenslanders safe
QFES staff and volunteers honoured with Australia Day Awards
Inmates open new doors to train fire crews and bomb squad
Sponsorship flags lifesaving SharkSmart messages
Resource boost for Queensland’s future marine rescue service
Take Fatality Free Friday pledge to make every day safer on our roads
Emergency crews responding to fatal house fire in Thorneside, QLD
SES volunteers have WOW factor
Wear orange this Wednesday and help say thank you to our local SES
More Major flooding for Queensland highlights escalating climate risks
Police urge community against complacency with severe weather with potential localised flooding expected in QLD
Toowoomba training for at-risk youth marks 12 months
Toowoomba Police open dedicated domestic violence office
Buddhist Temple donates to SES
Chung Tian Buddhist Temple donates to SES flood efforts
HMAS Canberra arrives home
Flood related death at Kingsthorpe
New Pimpama police facility officially opens
Grants up to $20,000 available in Aurizon’s Community Giving Fund