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Pacific collection
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Explore our collections of books and multimedia in Cook Islands Māori, Tongan, Niuean and more.
Important message
Library closures: Onehunga Library will be closed Sunday 23 July to Monday 31 July.
Titirangi Library will be closed from 31 July to 30 September while it undergoes full replacement of its ceiling and lighting and a full repaint.
Library refurbishment: Refurbishment to Central City Library will affect access to some areas.  See this refurbishment page for further information.
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Music eResources
Browse our digital library of music research and listening resources.
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Come along to our fortnightly HeritageTalks and hear more about our personal and shared heritage.
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The Auckland Libraries zine collection includes more than 1200 unique hand-crafted publications.
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Zinio becomes RBdigital

The new RBdigital app has launched today, updating and replacing the existing Zinio for Libraries service.  Read more
'We Always Love Your Feedback' April Winner

Manurewa Library regular is thrilled to win an eReader. Now she just has to learn how to use it!   Read more
Central Library refurbishment

We’ve listened to your feedback and we’re making improvements to Central Library.  Read more
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    30 July. Join us for a talk by New Zealand author Fiona Sussman, whose novel The Last Time We Spoke has been shortlisted for the 2017 Ngaio Marsh award. Read more
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    Minecraft clubs
    Minecraft is a "sandbox" video game that allows players to build structures out of textured cubes in a 3D world. Read more
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    A Living Wage for Aucklanders. Join us at Highland Park Library to watch this live screening from the Aotea Centre. Keynote speaker is UK economist Alan Freeman. Read more
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