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Ode to Librarians compOde to librarians

In conjunction with LIANZA, the School for Young Writers invites you to express your thoughts and feelings about the people who make reading, learning and entertainment possible: yes, LIBRARIANS! Poetry comp closes 11 September.

Posted 28/07/15

Te wiki o te reo MaoriTe wiki o te reo Māori

Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week) this year is on from 27 Hōngongoi - 2 Here-turi-kōkā (27 July - 2 August) and this year the theme is "Whāngaihia ngā mātua, helping parents to pass te reo on to their tamariki".

Posted 24/07/15

Every story tells a picturePsssst, high schoolers!

Use your favourite piece of writing from the Christchurch City Libraries collection as your inspiration to create an artwork, and be in to win great prizes! Comp closes 31 July.

Posted 21/05/15

Photo of poppyWW100 - NZ’s First World War Centenary

WW100 commemorates the First World War centenary from 2014 to 2019. Learn more about World War One and New Zealand’s involvement.

Posted 14/05/15

Girl readingEmergency Contraceptive Pill

Dr G tells you more about what you need to know about taking the emergency contraceptive pill.

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Cover of One PieceMost popular fiction for teens 2014

One Piece by Eiichiro Oda won our annual popularity contest. Can you guess what the other 99 most popular fiction titles for teens were? How did your favourite book place?

Posted 07/01/15

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Updated 11/09/14