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Volunteers from Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES) Manningham Unit worked into the early hours of Tuesday morning to free Clydesdale draught horse, Chance, who had become stuck between an embankment and a shed in Warrandyte, east of Melbourne.
Students from the GOTAFE campus in Shepparton have a greater understanding on how to be FloodSafe and StormSafe thanks to a recent Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES) presentation.
This year during StormSafe Week (14 – 20 September), Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES) is urging Victorians to get ready and make sure they know what to do to protect their property, possessions, livelihood and their lives during a storm.
The Malvern Unit recently came 4th in the National Disaster Rescue Challenge in Canberra
Members of Victoria State Emergency Service’s (VICSES) Malvern Unit are headed to Canberra this morning to represent the service in the 2015 National Disaster Rescue Competition.
Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES) volunteer units will share in over $2 million dollars’ worth of equipment thanks to the 2015-16 Volunteer Emergency Services Equipment Program (VESEP).
Cold and flu symptoms are wiping out as many as 900 blood donors a week, prompting the Australian Red Cross Blood Service to issue a call for new donors across the winter months.