Address

P.O. Box 6272, North Dunedin, 9059

Location

579 Castle St, Dunedin 9016

Organisers

Shaun Scott
shaun.scott@teu.ac.nz
03 479 5492

Kris Smith
kris.smith@teu.ac.nz
03 479 5492 or 027 229 5570

P.O. Box 6272, North Dunedin, 9059
579 Castle St, Dunedin 9016

Branch administrator

Naomi Carvell
03 479-5493
naomi.carvell@teu.ac.nz

President

Teresa La Rooy

Central Library
03 479 8803
Email: teresa.larooy@otago.ac.nz

Branch Committee

Contact details for the Branch Committee

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