Wellington: National Library of New Zealand’s Reading Rooms Reopen
The upgraded reading rooms reopened on Monday.
From The Dominion Post:
After being closed for two years, the National Library of New Zealand has opened its doors again.
However, much of the library will remain closed until late November, while work continues on a $65 million refurbishment.
National librarian Bill Macnaught said the reading rooms, which opened at 10am today, would give researchers access to collections as safely as possible.
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