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Public computers at Hamilton City Libraries
Conditions of use
The Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa (APNK) provides free access to the internet, Wi-Fi and computing equipment at all of the Hamilton City Libraries branches. More information can be found at APNK.
By using this service you agree to follow APNK terms and conditions which are displayed at the beginning of each session, and follow the behaviour guidelines of Hamilton City Libraries.
Any library visitor can use the APNK service.
Access to APNK computers is limited to 30 minutes per day per customer. If you require more time please discuss with library staff before beginning your session.
Parents and caregivers are responsible for the supervision of children.
Please do not eat or drink over the computers.
For assistance please contact the staff.
Photocopying, printing and scanning
Photocopying (both black/white and colour) is available at all our libraries. See our Fees and charges page for prices.
Printing is available at all libraries, through the Aotearoa People's Network Kaharoa. See our Fees and charges page for prices.
Scanning to email or USB is available at all libraries, through the Aotearoa People's Network Kaharoa.
If you are unable to visit your local library due to temporary or permanent disability or illness, the library can come to you! Just let us know and someone from the library will visit you to evaluate your needs and find out your reading, watching or listening interests.
Our Homebound service offers two delivery options:
Library staff can select items according to your interests, and a friend or relative can pick them up from your closest library and return them for you.
Library staff can select items according to your interests, and the items will be delivered and picked up for you by Library volunteers once every four weeks on a Tuesday morning.
You can have up to 50 items a month, and use our service permanently, temporarily, occasionally, or even during hospital stays or other short-term situations that prevent you from visiting the Library in person for health and wellbeing reasons.
This service is available to those who reside in their own homes, as well as in care homes, retirement villages, rest homes, hospital wards, and hospice.
If you're interested in this service, please contact the Accessibility Services Librarian, or phone on 07 959 9016.