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Upper Hutt Central Library building closure—16 February update

A little over a week after the temporary closure of the Upper Hutt Central Library building most of our key services are back up and running, meaning we can expect a welcome return to a stability for both public and staff. After receiving feedback about our temporary opening hours not being suitable for customers who… Read more »

Most Upper Hutt library services restored during building closure

Upper Hutt City Libraries staff have been busy creating alternative means to deliver services to customers while the Central Library building remains closed.   UPPER HUTT, Wellington NZ, 13 FEB 2018—Since the closure of Upper Hutt Central Library building on 7 February, the libraries management team have been putting into place immediate access to vital… Read more »

Upper Hutt Central Library building closure—9 February update

We’ve been organising alternate access to our services while Upper Hutt Central Library is closed. The following schedules will take effect on Monday 12 February. Pinehaven Library hours extended Monday – Friday: 9.30 am – 4.30 pm Saturday: 10.30 am – 12.30 pm Mobile Library bus The Mobile Library bus will be open for business… Read more »

Upper Hutt Central Library building closure—FAQ

The below information is based on comments we are monitoring relating to the closure of Upper Hutt’s Central Library building. This FAQ may be edited or updated from time-to-time as new information comes to light. Why are we only finding out about this now? It’s been ages since the Kaikoura earthquake. Over the last seven… Read more »

Upper Hutt Central Library building closed

Upper Hutt City Council has taken the precautionary measure of closing the Upper Hutt Central Library after new information has revealed it is earthquake prone.  UPPER HUTT, Wellington NZ, 07 FEB 2018—Upper Hutt Central Library is closed until further notice. Recent engineering reports have identified parts of the structure as earthquake prone. Being a public… Read more »