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Kiwibank Nationwide Rollout Continues

27 March 2002

Kiwibank will open another 28 branches next week, bringing to more than 60 the number of branches it has operating across the country. The nationwide rollout of Kiwibank branches will continue throughout April, May and June.

Kiwibank branches to open next week are:

Tuesday 2 April:
Chartwell Square PostShop, Hamilton
Te Rapa PostShop
Hamilton PostShop
Kaikohe PostShop

Wednesday 3 April:
Glenfield PostShop, Auckland
Wellesley Street PostShop, Auckland
Whakatane PostShop
Picton PostShop
Te Puke PostShop
Paihia PostShop
Invercargill PostShop
Inner City PostShop, Palmerston North
Downtown PostShop, Auckland
Auckland Central PostShop
Blenheim PostShop
Auckland MSC PostShop

Thursday 4 April:
Wanganui PostShop
Devonport PostShop
Fendalton PostShop, Christchurch
Merivale PostShop, Christchurch
Kawerau PostShop
Oamaru PostShop
Otahuhu PostShop
Armagh PostShop, Invercargill
Manukau City PostShop

Friday 5 April:
Thorndon PostShop, Wellington
Wellington South PostShop
Howick PostShop, Auckland


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