How Australians are getting prepared for disasters.
Kids in communities evacuated when a cyclone crashed into their community, are learning what to do, and pack, if they face emergencies in the future.
Andrew Coghlan, National Manager of our Emergency Services Program, reflects on the tragic 2009 Victorian Bushfires.
From people who have survived fires and floods to the volunteers who help them to cope and put their lives back together, those who've been there share what they learned.
When the unexpected happens, having a plan in place for your furry friend is just as important.
New data released by Red Cross and general insurer IAG has revealed that the safety and wellbeing of loved ones is the number one priority for Australians in an emergency
Australian Red Cross has welcomed first steps toward a new national framework to reduce the impact of disasters
What would you grab with one #minutetoleave? Take the challenge to see if you’re prepared for an emergency. Adam did, and was surprised by the results.
How you react to stress during and after an emergency can have a huge impact on how you cope and subsequently recover.
Before you hit the road, take the time to prepare. Emergencies can happen everywhere.
The more prepared you are for an emergency, the better you recover.
Across the farthest parts of our sunburnt country, Australian Red Cross is teaching children what they need to do in an emergency, and they’re learning fast.
Providers in the Byron and Tweed shires to workshop emergency plans with Australian Red Cross.
Australian Red Cross will host a mock disaster exercise in Darwin on Saturday to prepare emergency service volunteers for the coming wet season.
A new report finds disasters are costing us more every year. The $18.2 billion price tag is truly staggering but what of the human cost?
It's terrifying enough living through a natural disaster, but what if it's all new to you, and you have no idea how to get the information you need?
Emergency responder Australian Red Cross and general insurer IAG are working together to prepare three millions Australians for an emergency by 2020.
Ahead of the summer bushfire and cyclone season, Red Cross is reminding Australians that preparing for an emergency can be simple.
By Australian Red Cross and Melanie Leach, of Merimbula News Weekly
Community members gathered for a unique event to consider heatwaves and their impact.
There are lots of simple things you can do to get prepared.