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30 • 07 • 20The Interview

The Interview: Kate Sylvester

One of New Zealand’s favourite fashion designers shares her passion for reviving New Zealand’s garment manufacturing industry to create a more sustainable future for local fashion. 

09 • 07 • 20Business at BritomartNews

Saturday Market

With old favourites, new stallholders, longer hours and plans to grow, Auckland’s favourite inner-city fresh market is better than ever.

25 • 06 • 20Arts & CulturePeople

Our Matariki Kapa Haka schedule

Here’s when to catch each of the four immensely talented groups performing Te Taumata Kapa Haka: Live at Britomart this June.

25 • 06 • 20Arts & CultureNewsPeople

Matekitātahi Rawiri-McDonald

Matekitātahi Rawiri-McDonald is an architectural graduate who works at Britomart-based TOA Architects. He also designed the flags for our Matariki celebrations in Takutai Square. Here, he talks to Britomart’s Jeremy Hansen about his creative process, and how he’s celebrating Matariki at his turangawaewae. 

 

16 • 06 • 20PeopleSustainability

Rewi Spraggon

Rewi Spraggon and his team from the Māori Kitchen had no idea how popular their food would be when they initially lit their hāngi pit in Takutai Square at the beginning of Matariki 2019. But that popularity became as clear as that starlight pre-dawn sky just a few hours later, when a lunchtime queue snaked all the way around the lawn and this year, from Tuesday 30 June to Saturday 4 July, Rewi is back and will be serving delicious manuka-smoked hāngi lunchboxes and hāngi pies. Here, Rewi talks about indigenous people’s deep understanding of sustainability, and the pleasure of holding a community celebration in the heart of the city. 

The Hotel Britomart

The Hotel Britomart, opening October2020

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Car Parking

Britomart’s Car Park at 88 Quay Street is open for business as usual during Covid-19 Alert Level 3. it provides easy access to everything the precinct offers.

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LyingbetweentheWaitemataHarbour
andAuckland'slowerCBD,Britomart
isa6.5-hectarewaterfrontprecinctof
heritagebuildings,newdevelopments,and
openandintimatepublicspaces.