Dominion Post to move

New site 100m from EQ-prone building

Last updated 12:14 20/03/2014
Telecom building Wellington
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Wellington's Telecom Central building, which can be accessed off Boulcott and Willis streets.

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After more than 25 years The Dominion Post is moving from its Boulcott St home in central Wellington.

But readers needing to find us will not have far to look.

The more than 300 Fairfax Media staff will move about 100 metres up the road to Telecom Central, which straddles Boulcott and Willis streets.

The move, which is scheduled for mid-June, will include the integration of modern technology to further improve the print and online versions of the newspaper.

News of the move ends the hunt for new premises which started in December when the Boulcott St building was deemed earthquake-prone in fresh assessments conducted after the series of quakes last year.

The future of the to-be-vacated building is still being decided.

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