'Fireys have nothing in tanks': Ex- chief’s warning as Scott Morrison rejects paying RFS firefighters

SBS Tuesday, 10 December 2019
Former Fire and Rescue NSW commissioner Greg Mullins warns volunteer fireys are worn out, stressing concerns for their welfare and mental health.

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