SES volunteers come from all walks of life and there are many roles that an SES volunteer can participate in, regardless of age, gender or ability.
The month of March sees the New South Wales State Emergency Service (NSW SES) celebrate the over 60s community.
New websites have been launched www.floodsafe.com.au and www.stormsafe.com.au
International Women’s Day is being celebrated around the world on 8 March 2014.... » more
The NSW SES and the NSW SES Volunteer's Association are going on a roadshow around NSW to gather member feedback.... » more
Localised flooding on the Central Coast and in the Hunter has eased this afternoon with the NSW SES having received over 120 calls for assistance.... » more
The Bureau of Meteorology issued a Severe Weather Warning for people living in the Hunter this morning as a slow moving trough near the Central Coast resulted in heavy rain over the Central Coast earlier today.... » more
So far NSW SES has received 30 calls for help across the state. majority of the jobs are for leaking roofs and fallen trees.... » more
Last updated 07/03/2014.
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