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Auckland City Council Xmas and New Year services

Auckland City Council Media release

22 December 2008

Auckland City Council Christmas and New Year services

Most Auckland City Council offices will be closed between noon on Wednesday, 24 December and Monday, 5 January.

Core council services will continue, including recycling and rubbish collections, but there may be delays to some council services during the holiday break.

For details of services operating during the festive season, visit www.aucklandcity.govt.nz or phone 379 2020. The contact centre will be open 24 hours a day, throughout the Christmas period.

Auckland City Council service centres will be open as follows:

* The Civic building reception and cashiers will be open until 5 pm, 24 December and between the hours of 8.30 am and 5 pm on 29, 30, 31 December. It opens as usual from 7.30 am, Monday 5 January

* The service centres at Graham Street, Auckland city, Waiheke Island and Great Barrier Island will be closed from midday Wednesday 24 December and reopen on Monday 5 January.

For media queries during the Christmas and New Year closure please contact Katherine Speller, Communications and Marketing, 027 474 6807.

ENDS


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