Testing and refining emergency responses with COVID-19 restrictions in place was the focus of today’s simulated disaster event, coordinated by Sunshine Coast Council.
The Queensland Fire and Rescue Service (QFRS) is reminding residents to stay safe when keeping warm this winter by making sure chimneys and fireplaces are in good working order. Each winter, firefighters attend to multiple house fires which occur as a result of a blocked chimney, unprotected fireplace or open flames. QFRS North Coast Region […]
The Qld Fire and Rescue Service (QFRS) in conjunction with the Qld Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) will continue to conduct backburning operations between Noosa North Shore and Teewah.
Local firefighters are appealing to Glass House Mountains residents to ensure they are prepared in the event of a bushfire.
Police are guarding the scene of a suspicious fire that caused extensive damage to a Caloundra sporting club overnight.
Council, in partnership with Emergency Management Queensland, Queensland Fire and Rescue Services and Queensland Police Service, today announced the launch of Get Ready Sunshine Coast – for the coming summer season.
The Queensland Fire and Rescue Service (QFRS) is assisting the Department of Natural Resources at a controlled burn on Havana Road East, Coolum Beach. Coolum State High School has been evacuated due to heavy traffic congestion and smoke haze.
With more house fires starting in the kitchen than any other room, the Queensland Fire and Rescue Service (QFRS) is reminding residents to be extra careful when cooking this winter. QFRS Assistant Commissioner North Coast Region John Watson said kitchen fires were dangerous because they could start very quickly and spread to the rest of […]