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Kiwibank Openings 17 June - 21 June 2002

12 June 2002

Kiwibank is scheduled to open another 28 branches next week. More than 200 branches will be open by the end of June.

The branches are (dates may be subject to change):

Monday 17 June: Opotiki PostShop, Bay of Plenty
Kopeopeo PostShop, Whakatane
Te Mai PostShop, Whangarei
Mahora PostShop, Hastings
Sandringham PostShop, Auckland
Glengarry PostShop, Invercargill
Rotorua West PostShop
Dinsdale PostShop, Hamilton
Bayfair PostShop, Tauranga
Redwood PostShop, Christchurch
Clendon PostShop, South Auckland
Glenview Centre PostShop, Hamilton
Mangere Bridge PostShop, Auckland
Sunnynook PostShop, Auckland
Paddy's Lotto and PostShop, Wellington
Takanini PostShop, South Auckland

Tuesday 18 June: Glendene PostShop, Auckland
Khandallah PostShop, Wellington
Darfield PostShop, Canterbury

Wednesday 19 June: Leeston Post Shop, Canterbury
Onerahi PostShop, Whangarei
Waikane PostShop, Kapiti Coast
Mornington PostShop, Dunedin

Thursday 20 June: Kuripuni PostShop, Masterton
Eltham PostShop, Taranaki
Beckenham PostShop, Christchurch
Masterton Books and More

Friday 21 June: Kaikoura PostShop.


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