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NZ Post Advises On Easter And Anzac Deliveries

4 March 2008

Media Release

New Zealand Post Advises On Easter And Anzac Delivery Times

Mail will not be processed over the Easter break starting Good Friday, (March 21) and finishing Easter Monday (March 24) advises New Zealand Post.

This means there will not be Postie or Rural Post delivery services or delivery to Mail Service Centre Boxes or Private Boxes at PostShops during this period.

Normal services will resume on Tuesday March 25.

PostShops will close on Good Friday and Easter Monday but stores that normally open on a Saturday will be open on Saturday 22 March.

CourierPost services will also run on Saturday 22 March.

There will not be Postie, CourierPost or Rural Post delivery services on Anzac Day, (Friday 25 April). This means there will not be delivery to Mail Service Centre Boxes or to Private Boxes at PostShops, which will also close for the day.

All processing and delivery services will resume on Saturday 26 April. PostShops that are normally open on Saturdays will open.

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