A Quiet Start To The Summer For Fire Crews In The North

Jan. 25, 2023, 1:22 p.m.

After a hectic year of responding to fire call-outs, Fire and Emergency New Zealand Māori spokesperson for Te Taitokerau Albert Cash says it has been a quiet summer so far, so people shouldn't get too complacent because fire safety is always encouraged.

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