Association of Parliamentary Libraries of Australasia
C/- Dr Dianne Heriot
Canberra, ACT, 2600
The purpose of the Parliamentary Library is to serve New Zealand’s Parliament by delivering trusted information and research.
Established in 1858 as the General Assembly Library, it became the Parliamentary Library in 1987. Since 1 October 1985 it has been part of the Parliamentary Service. The Parliamentary Librarian reports to the General Manager who is the Chief Executive of the Parliamentary Service. There are further details on the agencies supporting the NZ Parliament on our website.
The Parliamentary Library provides services and products to three client groups, each with a different level of service:
Under Urgency/Extended Hours
Parliamentary Information Service: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone +644 817 9888