Local Holiday Park Supports Fire Fighters

Jan. 19, 2022, 1:29 p.m.

Burning for just over 30 days now near Waiharara the Kaimaumau fires pose even more danger with the hot windy weather keeping many busy fighting the blaze. Fire fighters have been called in from different parts of the country to help control the fire and Keryn Pivac, manager of Ngapae Holiday Park talks to us about how they have provided sleeping arrangements for a number of the fire fighters. Keryn says they currently have 13 caravans to sleep some of the workers and have also made adjustments to some of the coin operated facilities at the holiday park, making them cost free. Keryn also shares more about the long days, schedules and travel these fire fighters have endured while supporting our people of the Far North.


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