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Western Bay of Plenty District Council
library members can now use their card at more libraries in the east and west of
the Bay of Plenty under a new initiative launched this month.
The One Library
Card system enables members to use their card to borrow from their local
library as well as neighbouring public libraries without having to join up
Council libraries offering One Library Card are our Western Bay of Plenty libraries in Te Puke, Katikati, Omokoroa, Waihi Beach plus Eastern Bay public libraries in Kawerau, Opotiki, Whakatane, Rotorua and Taupo.
borrowing and returning
remain the same. Items just need to be returned to the library from
which they are borrowed.
Libraries Team Leader
Amanda-Jane McFadden says the One Library Card collaboration is
another way in which libraries across the Bay of Plenty can share resources
and offer a better service to customers.
Kawerau, Opotiki, Whakatane, Rotorua and Taupo
libraries have been working together as a regional group using their joint
buying power to enhance eBook and eAudio collections.
"The One Library
Card gives borrowers a greater variety of choice and resources across the wider
Bay of Plenty public libraries. There’s no need to get a new library card –
simply use the card you already have."