Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, Māori Language Week

A deep account of Māori Television in its first ten years

An incredibly simple, fun and practical Māori dictionary for all New Zealanders.

Highlights connections between Māori painting traditions and contemporary art practice.

Designed to help babies through to younger children recognise and learn basic vocabulary

These bilingual books are ideal for beginning learners of Maori.

About the people, knowledge, culture, language and resources important to Ngai Tahu.

New Zealand’s only publication dedicated to both Maori and Pacific people.

An accessible and fun guide for everyday Kiwis looking to learn and speak the Maori language around the home.

During three days in 1864, 300 Maori men, women and children fought an imperial army at the Battle of Ōrakau...

The best short stories and novel extracts from the Pikihuia Awards for Māori writers 2017.

The Four Day Book Sale

Our Annual Library Book Sale is back!

September 28 marks the beginning of our annual book sale. Bring along your loose change and grab a bargain. This year, due to the refurbishment work, the sale will last 4 days only so get in quick!

Located on the first floor, in the Library Meeting Room, our sale includes ex-library DVDs, CDs, puzzles and a wide range of books.  Doors open 9:00am on September 28 so come and find your next favourite book.

Donald holding book sale items
Customer Experience Team Leader Donald Cunningham sits among some of the items up for sale this year
Catherine amongth the boxes of books
Interloans Librarian Catherine Wilson sits among boxes filled with books and items for sale.

Sale Prices

  • Games and Puzzles $1
  • DVDs $3
  • Electronic Games $3
  • Audiobooks and CDs $3
  • Graphic Novels $2
  • Magazines 50c
  • Non-Fiction Books $1.50
  • Large Print Books $0.50
  • Fiction Books $1 or 6 for $5