Dumbarton Youth Volunteers take part in National Fire Cadet Games
A team of youth volunteers from Dumbarton representing the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) has taken part in the Fire Cadet Games.
Morocco earthquake: two firefighters and search and rescue dog join international effort
Two firefighters and a search and rescue dog from the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service have joined an international team as part of the UK Government's response to the Morocco earthquake.
Glasgow firefighters rescue stranded pets of Still Game stars
Firefighters in Glasgow are the toast of Craiglang after rescuing a pair of stranded dogs from a deep-seated fox hole.
A new buzz in Ayrshire
There’s a buzz about Ayrshire as Kilmarnock Community Fire Station has welcomed new inhabitants. The station has installed beehives and has produced its first jars of honey.
UPDATED - 31-08-23 East Lothian fire - smoke continues to be visible and residents urged to follow safety advice
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service was alerted at 1.40pm on Monday, 28 August to reports of a fire at a commercial landfill site in Dunbar.
Latest Fire Safety and Organisational Statistics published
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) employs more than 7,600 people, according to latest figures.
Scottish Firefighters to participate in health screening trials
The Scottish Government has provided funding of £56,000 to enable firefighters based in Scotland to participate in a UK-wide health screening programme which is being facilitated by the Fire Brigades Union and the University of Central Lancashire.
Memorial Service honours fallen firefighters on the 51st anniversary of Kilbirnie Street fire in Glasgow
Today commemorates the 51st anniversary of the Kilbirnie Street fire, a tragic incident in Glasgow that claimed the lives of seven firefighters.
A Colombian national achieves the dream of becoming a firefighter
One of Scotland’s newest firefighters has told how he was inspired by the bravery of rescue teams after witnessing devastating earthquakes in South America.
Scotland’s longest serving firefighter retires after more than half a century
Watch Commander Dave Farries QFSM, 70, first joined South Eastern Fire Brigade in Edinburgh as a junior fireman on 19 August 1968.
Minister's commitment to heritage preservation following Museum visit
The Minister for Victims and Community Safety has visited a new museum celebrating Scotland’s rich fire and rescue heritage, ahead of its official opening.
On Call Firefighter receives Employer Recognition Award
An on call firefighter from the Isle of Lewis has been one of the first to receive an Employers Recognition Award from the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.