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Northland Police District Headquarters moving to Whangarei

Northland District Headquarters
Walton Plaza, Whangarei

Northland Police District Headquarters moving to Whangarei Police Station

September 5, 2013

Northland Police District Headquarters (DHQ) will be moving to the Whangarei Police Station at 88 Cameron Street on Tuesday September 10.

The headquarters are currently located in Walton Plaza on Albert Street in Whangarei.

During the move there will be disruption to headquarters’ services, so members of the public may not be able to contact headquarters' staff that day.

Headquarters’ services will resume on Wednesday September 11.

ENDS

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