The 111 website (www.111.govt.nz) no longer exists
In an emergency call 111 immediately.
Need more information about 111?
The New Zealand emergency number is 111. Telecom answers 111 calls and puts them through to Fire, Ambulance or Police. There is a charge for making false 111 calls.
New Zealand Fire Service
Anything which could cause loss of life, serious injury or loss of property is a Fire Service emergency. Call 111 immediately.
Call 111 and ask for “ambulance” in a medical emergency – where someone is having chest pain, breathing difficulties, is seriously ill or injured. St John has more information on what a medical emergency is.
If it is not an emergency - see your GP or an after-hours clinic. If you’re not sure - phone Healthline on 0800 611 116 where Registered Nurses will advise you.
New Zealand Police
NZ Police has guidance on when to call 111 and ask for police attendance.
If you are Deaf, hearing or speech impaired, you can register for the 111 TXT service.
Register your interest in working in one of the three Police Communications Centres.