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Library Layout Proposed Changes - Public Consultation
The Invercargill City Libraries and Archives is holding a Family Family Friendly Consultation Week held from Friday 24th of October until Saturday 1st of November to consult with the public on plans for the library upgrade. There are two proposed plans - if you want to find out more, check out the latest Noticeboard.
To have your say, visit the library foyer to talk with our staff (click here to see our consultation times) and fill out a feedback form, which is also available online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VDQL2WF.
Property, Rates and Valuation Search
The 2014 Revaluation Rolls for property are now online. A Rating Value (RV) indicates market value at the date of valuation. This can be useful to know as it gives a guide to the price when buying and selling property. Because it’s only updated every three years and the market may have changed, it might not reflect the current market value of a property. To see what the Rating Value is for your property click here
Latest from our blog...
15 short novels you can read this Labour Weekend.
Check out our list of novels you can easily read in one day this Labour Weekend. But just because they're short, doesn't mean they aren't any good! In fact, some are outstanding works of fiction that will stay with you long after you close the book.
My personal picks from this list: The sense of an ending, One day in the life of Ivan Denisovich, and Animal farm.
Borrow free library eBooks and eAudiobooks 24/7 through OverDrive.
A great range of free eAudiobooks are also now available from Bolinda BorrowBox. Just click on the relevant image to the left, and sign in with your library card number to get started.