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Thu 05 Feb 2015
Dare to Explore, the annual Auckland Libraries summer reading adventure, has seen a record-breaking turnout this year.  Read more
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Wed 07 Jan 2015
The brand-new Devonport Library is now open at 2 Victoria Road.   Read more
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Massey University's annual Ngā Kupu Ora Aotearoa Māori Book Awards have been announced at a ceremony in Wellington.   Read more
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    Family History Lunchtime Series 2015
    Check out the 2015 programme for Central City Library's popular fortnightly family history talks about new techniques, resources and types of genealogical research. Read more
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    15 - 29 March. Join us for a wide range of Pacific storytelling, demonstrations and craft activities at libraries across Auckland. Read more
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    Thursday 5 March. Come along to meet celebrated British writer Tom Rob Smith ahead of the highly anticipated international release of the film adaption of 'Child 44'. Read more
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