Hamilton City Libraries (New Zealand)
|Location||Hamilton, New Zealand|
Hamilton City Libraries are a group of six libraries in Hamilton, New Zealand, owned by the local city council. They lend fiction and non-fiction (for all ages), magazines, audiobooks, CDs and DVDs. In December 2016, a substitute library compensated for the closed Central branch.
There are six current branches:
|Central library||In November 2016, the Central Branch was closed temporarily due to concerns related to earthquake safety.|
|St Andrews library|
- NANCY EL-GAMEL (January 2015). "Hamilton book borrowers owe almost $70,000". Waikato Times. Stuff.co.nz.
- About Us @ Hamilton City Libraries
- Pop-up library to fill in for Hamilton central
- Danielle Nicholson (November 2016). "Hamilton library shut over earthquake safety concerns". Hamilton News. The New Zealand Herald.
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