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Scanning, Photocopying & Printing

Ngā Matawaitanga ā-rorohiko, Ngā pūrere Whakaahua me ngā perehitanga


Scanning to email is available free of charge. Please ask a Staff member for assistance.


Photocopying is available in black and white, and colour.

Photocopying charges vary. For more detail please see our Fees & Charges.


APNK printing is available. Either log on to a computer with your Library Card Number and Passcode, or a Guest Pass. You can also print from your own device.

Printing charges need to be paid before printing is released. The front desk staff will release printing with your Library Card, Guest Pass or Job ID number.

For costs please see our Fees & Charges.

The library offers large A3 printing on request: please talk to a Staff member to access this service.


Guidelines on New Zealand Copyright Law

The following guidelines come from the PDF formatted Copyright Licensing New Zealand.

  • Users in a public library or document centre open to the public are allowed to make copies using a self-serve photocopier or scanner.
  • Public library employees are allowed to make copies to manage and maintain their collections or for interlibrary (Interloan) lending.
  • There is no time limit on the use of digital reproductions given to people who request them through interlibrary (Interloan) lending.
  • Reproduction limits up to 10% of a document but also an entire article; entire report of a legal case; entire lyrics to a song; a chapter that is not more than 20% of the pages in a book.
  • If you want to exceed the reproduction limits, you will need to seek permission.
  • LIANZA (Library Association of New Zealand Aotearoa) has published a PDF formatted Q&A discussion by Tony Millet.
  • You can also view The Copyright Act 1994 online.
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