Three RFS captains talk about how it felt to face Sir Ivan, and the worst fire conditions in NSW history.
Great news after nearly a month of fighting the Sir Ivan fire.
An Australian singer who calls Dubbo home has joined efforts in raising funds for the fire-affected community east of Dunedoo.
Only when you visit the fire-hit areas of the Warrumbungle local government area do you get a true understanding of the devastation. We now have a duty to offer ongoing support for the victims as they find their feet.
“We are only taking food and water. Unfortunately we have to refuse clothes, toys, electricals...we have been inundated and have no room”, a sign at the entrance stated.
“BlazeAid work on the principle of mates helping mates, just ordinary Aussies out there helping ordinary Aussies.”
It’s a case of volunteers helping volunteers at Dunedoo as the community comes together in the aftermath of the Sir Ivan fire.
BlazeAid volunteers help with more than just fencing, according to coordinator Laurie Dawson.
Leave your messages of support, and thanks, here.
BlazeAid volunteers will begin replacing fences on Monday, but the recovery is just getting started.