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Further changes to fees and charges from 3 August
Mon 27 Jul 2015
Auckland Libraries customers will pay more for some fees and charges from as part of savings of up to $2 million across all 55 libraries.   Read more
The new Ōtāhuhu Library.
Ōtāhuhu Library closing before move to brand-new space
Fri 24 Jul 2015
Ōtāhuhu Library will be closed for two weeks from Monday 27 July before reopening in exciting new premises on Saturday 8 August.   Read more
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Devonport Library shortlisted for international public library award
Tue 07 Jul 2015
Te Pātaka Kōrero o Te Hau Kapua - Devonport Library is one of five libraries nominated for the Public Library of the Year Award 2015.   Read more
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  • Babies enjoying Wriggle & Rhyme.
    Wriggle and Rhyme
    Various times, multiple locations. Active movement for early learning aimed at babies 0 - 2 years. Read more
  • A green robot.
    Whau Makerspace launch
    1 August. Join us for the launch of the the Whau Libraries Makerspace, a free place to work and play with 3D printing, robotics, game making and much more. Read more
  • The Morris family.
    Family History Month 2015
    Throughout August. Join us at Auckland Libraries for our annual festival of talks, seminars and workshops on the subject of family history and genealogy. Read more
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