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NZ Book Awards for Children & Young Adults 2017

09 May 2017

 In little over a month, the finalists of one of the largest and most exciting children's literature events of the year-the New Zealand Book Awards for Children & Young Adults- will be


LIANZA Council Elections 2017

04 May 2017

Nominations for the positions of LIANZA President and regional councillors for Hikuwai, Te Upoko o te Ika a Maui and Aoraki closed on Wednesday at 5pm.


LIANZA Conference Registrations now Open!

27 April 2017

Registrations are live for LIANZA Conference 2017! 


Weekend School programme is out!

20 April 2017

The official programme of speakers for our Weekend School in Tokoroa is set. Check out the attached document to find out about all the fantastic speakers and topics.


LIANZA Council Elections 2017

03 April 2017

Nominations are now open for LIANZA Council 2017.


Weekend School 2017 registrations open!

27 March 2017

Registrations for the 2017 Tokoroa We


20% off LIANZA Membership!

27 March 2017

For every new member you introduce to LIANZA, we'll give you (and the new member) 20% off your next membership payment! 


Exciting changes for New Zealand Books Awards for Children and Young Adults

23 March 2017

Better exposure for New Zealand authors is the vision behind changes being made this week to some of the format of the New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults.


Sponsorship for Waikato/BOP Weekend School 2017

09 March 2017

The Waikato/BOP regional committee is pleased to offer sponsorships to assist three regional members to attend the 2017 LIANZA regional Weekend School in Tokoroa on May 5-7.


Sponsorship for Conference 2017

09 March 2017

The Waikato/BOP regional committee is pleased to offer one sponsorship to assist a regional member to attend the 2017 LIANZA Conference in Christchurch on September 24-27.


Code of Practice Consultation

09 March 2017

We've been working to rewrite our Code of Pra


IFLA debrief and hello to 2017

15 February 2017

On 26th January a collection of us met to hear a debrief on the 2016 IFLA conference from Barbara McPhee from Parliament Library, Cellia Joe-Olsen, and Trish Beasley from National Library.

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