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One 42" plasma TV going.. going.. almost gone!

AUCKLAND CITY COUNCIL

MEDIA RELEASE

23 June 2006

One 42”plasma TV going..going..almost gone!

Can you see yourself watching the final of the 2006 Fifa World Cup, the All Blacks in the Tri Nations, or the latest movies on theatre quality widescreen in the comfort of your own home? If so, visit the new look Central City library for your last chance to win a 42” Sony plasma TV!

To win this great prize worth over $4000, enter our Visit and Win competition – simply visit the Central City Library and take out 10 items before 5pm Thursday 29 June. This prize has been kindly sponsored by Provision Technologies.

When you’re visiting the library and entering our Visit and Win competition, don’t forget to pop in to our new café real. While you’re ordering your trim latte, check out their fresh, nutritious and delicious menu that ranges from breakfast right through to dinner.

Now that you’ve got that coffee and you’ve entered the draw to win that fantastic plasma TV, why not catch up on world news and the latest Fifa World Cup game highlights via satellite? Take a seat and enjoy that great coffee from real in our News zone.

Need help entertaining the kids at the same time? Come along to one of our most popular attractions and play on our Interactive Floor Games, located in the children’s department. It’s guaranteed great fun especially in the upcoming July school holidays.

For more information, please go to www.aucklandcitylibraries.com or call 09 377 0209.

ENDS

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