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Christchurch Earthquake BNZ store update

Media Release
For immediate release
17 March, 2011

Christchurch Earthquake BNZ store update


The following stores in the Canterbury region will be closed on memorial day, Friday 18 March to remember those lost as a result of the earthquake.
• Akaroa
• Armagh Street
• Ashburton
• Ferrymead
• Christchurch Hospital
• Christchurch (Hereford Street)
• Hanmer Springs
• Hornby
• Kaiapoi
• Leeston
• Lyttelton
• Methven
• New Brighton
• Papanui
• Rangiora
• Riccarton Banking Centre
• Rolleston
• Sydenham
• The Palms
• Upper Riccarton

Over the weekend the following stores in the Christchurh area will be open for business.
• Ferrymead Saturday 09:00 to 12:00
• Leeston Saturday 09:00 to 12:00
• Rolleston Saturday 09:00 to 12:00
• Riccarton Saturday & Sunday 09:00 to 13:00

On Monday 21 March the following stores will be open in the Christchurch region.
• Christchurch Hospital 09:30 to 03:00
• Rolleston 09:00 to 04:30
• Akaroa 09:00 to 04:30
• Upper Riccarton 09:00 to 04:30
• Riccarton 09:00 to 04:30
• Papanui 09:00 to 04:30
• Rangiora 09:00 to 04:30
• Kaiapoi 09:00 to 04:30
• Hornby 09:00 to 04:30
• Ferrymead 09:00 to 04:30
• New Brighton 09:00 to 04:30
• Leeston 09:00 to 05:00


Other Important information:
• On-going updates regarding mobile ATM, banking trailer, store and ATM availability can be found at www.bnz.co.nz and www.twitter.com/bnzbank
• Customers can contact BNZ with urgent enquires on 0800 275 269
• IAG Mobile Claim Units are currently in the Christchurch area, customers can call 0800 424 2 40 or visit www.facebook.com/riseupchristchurch to find out where the units are located

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