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Free space for Auckland LGBT groups

Sun 3 Dec 2006 In: New Zealand Daily News

A free, well-equipping meeting venue is now available for the Auckland Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual and Transgender community. Neil Denney, the new General Manager of Auckland Gay and Lesbian Welfare - commonly known as Gayline – says their meeting rooms are available to interested community or special interest groups. “We have a well equipped meeting area for up to 50 people,” he says. “We offer a secure entrypoint, digital projector, large format TV with DVD and VCR, photocopying, a digital printer (up to A3-sized printouts), an electronic whiteboard, four break-out rooms, and full kitchen facilities including crockery. “The facility is available for free or negotiated koha depending on your circumstances”. A hirage fee will be negotiated for professional services and groups. For more information, contact Neil Denney on 09 309 3268 during business hours to view the facility or make a booking.     Ref: (m)

Credit: News Staff

First published: Sunday, 3rd December 2006 - 12:00pm

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