On Saturday 7 May, Howick 321 rode a firefighter short.

Auckland Management is still failing to maintain M.S.M. The remedies that have been circulated by Regional Manager McGill have done little to solve this serious problem.

His inept management of this problem is about to be further exasperated by the removal of three S.S.O’s into temporary D.C.F.O. positions.

The Auckland Local advises those S.S.O’s who are thinking about expressing an interest or have actually expressed an interest, to withdraw them and not apply for these positions.

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