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Better services on offer at City Hall Public Library
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The City Hall Public Library has introduced a number of enhanced services and improved facilities with its recent renovation work.

The Adult Lending Library on 3/F and 4/F has been extended to 5/F to house English fiction, English large print, oversized books and music scores. More books and compact discs are also provided.

The Creativity and Innovation Resources Centre was set up at the Reference Library at 10/F after completion of the first phase of renovation last year.

The Computer and Information Centre has been relocated from 9/F to 6/F, increasing the number of computer workstations from 10 to 41. Readers can now easily access the internet and online database, CD-ROM workstations, Multimedia Information System workstations and Online Public Access Catalogue terminals. For reservations to use the service, please call 2921 2675.

The City Hall Public Library has a library stock of more than 390,000. It provides a wide range of facilities, including the Junior Lending Library, Reference Library, Newspapers and Periodicals Section, Junior Multi-media Room and Extension Activities Room.

Value-added services including book exhibitions, literary talks, reading programmes and competitions are held regularly to promote reading.

Opening hours are from 10am to 7pm, from Monday to Thursday; 10am to 9pm on Friday; 10am to 5pm on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays. For enquiries, please call 2921 2555 or visit the website: http://www.hkpl.gov.hk .

Ends/Monday, September 13, 2004
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