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Waitakere City News - November 23

Waitakere City News - November 23

Better service through call centre

The Council’s Call Centre is now answering all Library enquiries, in addition to their regular services. Previously answered by Library and Information Services, the move to the call centre aims to speed up efficiency for both customers and staff. For more information on libraries, they have now integrated their website information into the Council’s web address, you can find them at http://www.waitakere.govt.nz.

Events calendar up and running.

You can now find out about events happening in Waitakere City on the back of the Waitakere City News. The regular events calendar started in last month’s issue and will continue listing the city’s summer events through to April next year. If you would like your community event listed free of charge, fill in the form on the Council website www.waitakere.govt.nz or call 839 0400 with details of the event and a contact phone number. All event listings are subject to approval.

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