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Kiwibank Openings: April 8 - April 13, 2002

3 April 2002

Kiwibank is scheduled to open another 30 branches across the country next week, bringing to nearly 90 the number open for business. The nationwide rollout will continue throughout April, May and June.

Kiwibank branches scheduled to open next week are (dates may be subject to change):

Monday 8 April:
North Shore MSC PostShop
Hornby PostShop
Rotorua PostShop
Kaiapoi PostShop

Tuesday 9 April:
Bishopdale PostShop
Inner City PostShop, Palmerston North
Kaitaia PostShop
Levin PostShop
Mosgiel PostShop
Cambridge PostShop
Dunedin PostShop

Wednesday 10 April:
Naenae PostShop
Milford PostShop
Panmure PostShop
St Heliers PostShop
Petone PostShop
Penrose PostShop
Hokitika PostShop (official opening 10am)
Greymouth PostShop (official opening
11.15am)
Westport PostShop
Pakuranga PostShop
Glen Innes PostShop

Thursday 11 April:
Te Puni PostShop
Moray Place PostShop, Dunedin (official
opening 10am)
Paihia PostShop
Huntly PostShop
Dominion Road PostShop, Auckland

Friday 12 April:
Waihi PostShop
Dunedin North PostShop

Saturday 13 April:
Gonville PostShop, Wanganui

ENDS

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