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Alpine Safety

During the month of July the NSW SES is highlighting the importance particularly for holiday-makers travelling to alpine areas


Latest News

Damaging Winds to Affect SE NSW

11:26AM AEST / 18 July 2014

The Bureau of Meteorology have advised damaging winds are likely to affect parts of SE NSW today including the Illawarra, Hunter and Sydney Metro.... » more

Watch out for Windy Wednesday

10:23PM AEST / 8 July 2014

Windy weather is set to return to parts of South East NSW, with snow on the central and southern ranges.... » more

Help the NSW SES Build a Better Website

4:38PM AEST / 7 July 2014

The NSW SES is asking members of the community to complete a short survey which will help us to build a better website for you.... » more

Safety in the snow these school holidays

2:33PM AEST / 7 July 2014

The recent damaging winds and blizzard conditions in the Snowy Mountains have highlighted the importance of keeping safe in the snow, with a reminder to holiday-makers in alpine areas to take care when severe weather strikes.... » more

Strong winds persist across south east NSW

9:31AM AEST / 29 June 2014

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