Top of the web – September 2017

Kia ora. Here’s our summary of the webpages, blog and social media posts that were popular in September.

Māori Language Week display, Central Library Manchester
Māori Language Week display at Central Library Manchester, Friday 15 September. Flickr 2017-09-15-CLM-IMG_1656

Website pages

There were 247,999 page views in September. The most popular pages on

The page on the General Elections came in at 12th place. This indicated which libraries had advance voting.

September’s popular blog posts

Popular blog posts published in September on the website:

Te wiki o te reo Māori – Māori Language Week Moata
Teen leisure programmes at new Central Library
Fight like a girl – Clementine Ford Moata
Win tickets to Captain Underpants Kim
The Great Library Seed Swap Donna

Photos on Flickr

There were 88,575 page views in September on Flickr. It now has a total of 6,818,797 views.

Top on Twitter

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It’s a sellout @WORDChCh session tonight! @renireni talks to @VictorRodger69 on “Why I’m no longer talking to white people about race”. ^DR
Lordy! Title of the week, cover of the week! The Beautiful Poetry of Donald Trump by Rob Sears. #newtitles. ^DR
Latest @WORDChCh #SPOV pics – Goth-tastic Madwomen in the attic at The Great Hall, with guest guys Fassy & Tom. ^DR

Facebook favourites

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The latest on your new Central Library! Great video by Rise Up Christchurch as Carolyn Robertson and Danny McNeil show you more.…/09/new-name-for-central-city-library/ ^Donna

Want to give the kids something fun to do in the school holidays? (they start next week!) We have spots available in some learning centre progammes including:
LEGO Mindstorm Robotics at New Brighton Library (10-13 years); Chill Out Tunes at Te Hāpua: Halswell Centre (7-9 years); Photo Fun at Upper Riccarton (5-7 years); and Minecraft Game Zone at New Brighton Library (8-12 years)  Book in by phoning 03-941 5140 or email ^Donna

Streets for People is on Sunday 1 October in Cathedral Square. There will be market stalls, food trucks, free entertainment and live music. Kids will love the bouncy castles, water walkers and bumper boats. Christchurch City Libraries will be there too, with a pop-up library, bean bags, books, and an outdoor reading room by the new Central Library.
Subscribe to the Streets for People event on Facebook to keep up-to-date with all the announcements. ^Donna

If you are interested in how we derive our rankings, we measure page views on our website, organic reach for Facebook posts, and impressions for tweets.

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