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Topic # 29689 15-Jan-2009 11:27
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I used to have a bookmark to a page which had a feed of Fire Service Callout details in Wellington, but I seem to have lost it.

Does anyone have the link?

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  Reply # 189763 15-Jan-2009 12:33
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skyplonk: http://incidents.fire.org.nz/DefaultHome.html


Perfect! That's the one!

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  Reply # 191326 22-Jan-2009 16:04
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Don't spose there is something similar for the Hawkes Bay Area?

This all seems to be wellington.

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  Reply # 191345 22-Jan-2009 17:07
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Hawkes Bay jobs will be in the Central Comms region.

Fire, Police and Ambo are split into 3 regions. South Island, Central (to Taranaki, Waiouri and East Cape) and Northern which covers the rest of the North Island.

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  Reply # 191346 22-Jan-2009 17:09
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