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31 • 01 • 24 / Arts & Culture / News

Out-pour and Out-source: Peter Wing’s exhibition for Pride

Peter Wing Seeto's photographs allow their friends present themselves - or amplified, aspirational versions of themselves - for the camera. 

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Out-pour and Out-source: Peter Wing’s exhibition for Pride

15 • 01 • 24 / Arts & Culture / News

How Tāmaki Paenga Hira is becoming a museum for the 21st century

Chantal Knowles is one of three co-directors at the Māori and Pacific textile and fibre centre, Te Aho Mutunga Kore, at Auckland Museum Tāmaki Paenga Hira. We spoke to her about how museums are changing their role in today's society, and how Te Aho Mutunga Kore is helping the Museum move towards a more collaborative, community-led model. 

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How Tāmaki Paenga Hira is becoming a museum for the 21st century

06 • 12 • 23 / Arts & Culture / News

Te Aho Mutunga Kore: The Eternal Thread

Our summer exhibition with Auckland Museum Tāmaki Paenga Hira focuses on an amazing collection of woven and fabric works and the communities that made them. 

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Te Aho Mutunga Kore: The Eternal Thread

03 • 11 • 23 / Arts & Culture / News

Redbull Dance Your Styles NZ Winner: John Vaifale aka Happyfeet

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Redbull Dance Your Styles NZ Winner: John Vaifale aka Happyfeet

01 • 11 • 23 / Food / Business at Britomart / News

Four Square comes to Britomart!

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Four Square comes to Britomart!

28 • 08 • 23 / News / Sustainability

Justin Morgenroth knows one way cities can get greener.

Urban tree expert Justin Morgenroth says city forests can help combat climate change. We just need more of them. 

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Justin Morgenroth knows one way cities can get greener.

17 • 08 • 23 / News

A new report ranks Auckland alongside nine other global cities

A new report shows the opportunities and challenges Auckland faces in comparison to other international cities. Here, Pam Ford from Tātaki Auckland Unlimited talks about the issues the report raises. 

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A new report ranks Auckland alongside nine other global cities

06 • 09 • 23 / Business at Britomart / News / People / Sustainability

This is how we want to work: Rachel Brown

The senior solicitor at Anderson Lloyd values flexibility as well as learning from her colleagues. 

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This is how we want to work: Rachel Brown

06 • 09 • 23 / Business at Britomart / News / People / Sustainability

This is how we want to work: Siosiua Tukutukunga

The senior customer representative at Westpac on what he likes about the office. 

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This is how we want to work: Siosiua Tukutukunga

30 • 07 • 23 / Food / News

Restaurant Month 2023

Restaurant Month 2023 is back in August! Take advantage of Restaurant Month to try Auckland's best eateries at wallet-friendly prices.

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Restaurant Month 2023

28 • 06 • 23 / Arts & Culture / News

What Matariki Means to Me

A portrait series with photographer Mataara Stokes and the students from Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Hoani Waititi Marae asks the question ‘What does Matariki mean to you?’ 

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What Matariki Means to Me

29 • 05 • 23 / Business at Britomart / News

Every workplace needs a mental health plan. Sounds hard? Sir John Kirwan has some easy suggestions.

Part of making people feel better connected at work involves getting everyone to open up about their mental wellbeing. 

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Every workplace needs a mental health plan. Sounds hard? Sir John Kirwan has some easy suggestions.

29 • 05 • 23 / Business at Britomart / News

Workplace design has to change. Architect Erin Peavey has some ideas on how it can do so.

If you're wanting to forge happy and productive connections in the office, you need to design the spaces right. 

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Workplace design has to change. Architect Erin Peavey has some ideas on how it can do so.

29 • 05 • 23 / Business at Britomart / News

Sarah Wright knows why so many people feel lonely at work.

People want to connect at work. They just need some leadership around when and how they could be doing that. 

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Sarah Wright knows why so many people feel lonely at work.

12 • 05 • 23 / Business at Britomart / News

Three perspectives on the future of work

Flexible working styles are here to stay – which means there are a number of ways organisations can adapt to embrace this new reality.

Three views on the future of work is the latest in a series of interviews we’ve been conducting about the shifts in workplace culture that flexible working is creating. Click through to read more. 

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Three perspectives on the future of work

17 • 04 • 23 / News / Sustainability

Meet artist Pounamu Wharekawa, Greening the City illustrator

The tree illustrations that sit alongside this year’s Greening the City native tree giveaway – which you’ll see on the panels around the Pavilions and in the Atrium on Takutai, and the tree-care cards we’re giving away with our trees – have been created by takatāpui artist Pounamu Wharekawa (Ngāi te Rangi, they/themme).

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Meet artist Pounamu Wharekawa, Greening the City illustrator

05 • 04 • 23 / News

Join us at our Britomart Breakfast talk events

Start the day right at our Britomart Breakfast talk sessions. They're free – book your tickets now! 

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Join us at our Britomart Breakfast talk events

03 • 04 • 23 / Style / News / Sustainability

Making the moonshot: Tim Brown on designing Allbirds’ net-zero carbon sneaker

It’s been a big year for Allbirds. Since the company went public in late 2021, its share price has experienced some serious air turbulence. But the little Kiwi-US start-up that could hasn’t been knocked off-course in its ambition to produce the world’s most sustainable shoes. They’ve just announced they’ve succeeded in their multi-year ambition to create a net zero-carbon sneaker produced without buying carbon offsets.

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Making the moonshot: Tim Brown on designing Allbirds’ net-zero carbon sneaker

08 • 12 • 22 / Arts & Culture / Business at Britomart / News

We’re celebrating the opening of the historic Hayman Kronfeld Buildings

More than a century old, the Hayman and Kronfeld Buildings have been refurbished to 5 Green Star standards to offer a whole new life to the city. 

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We’re celebrating the opening of the historic Hayman Kronfeld Buildings

23 • 11 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News / Sustainability

Our 2022 Sustainability Report

In our fourth annual Sustainability Report, we bring together a year's worth of stories about community events and activations, green building projects, our work to reduce carbon emissions and making the shift to sustainable financing. 

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Our 2022 Sustainability Report

23 • 11 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News / Sustainability

A letter from Britomart’s chief executive, Matthew Cockram

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A letter from Britomart’s chief executive, Matthew Cockram

23 • 11 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News / Sustainability

Our 2022 Sustainability Report Card

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Our 2022 Sustainability Report Card

23 • 11 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News / Sustainability

Our sustainability goals for 2023

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Our sustainability goals for 2023

23 • 11 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News / Sustainability

Sustainability Report 2022 Sarah Hull

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Sustainability Report 2022 Sarah Hull

23 • 11 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News / Sustainability

Our progress on Toitū Carbonreduce, NABERSNZ and Waste

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Our progress on Toitū Carbonreduce, NABERSNZ and Waste

23 • 11 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News / Sustainability

When it comes to emissions reductions, there’s no progress without good data

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When it comes to emissions reductions, there’s no progress without good data

23 • 11 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News / Sustainability

Finance is going green. That means debt can be green, too

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Finance is going green. That means debt can be green, too

23 • 11 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News / Sustainability

Sustainable buildings are assets you can bank on

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Sustainable buildings are assets you can bank on

23 • 11 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News / Sustainability

Our social sustainability events and activations in 2022

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Our social sustainability events and activations in 2022

23 • 11 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News / Sustainability

Karen Walker: How to restructure your supply chain

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Karen Walker: How to restructure your supply chain

23 • 11 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News / Sustainability

Nathan Houpapa: How to hold a team together through a crisis

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Nathan Houpapa: How to hold a team together through a crisis

23 • 11 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News / Sustainability

Belinda van Eyndhoven: How to use banking to build a more sustainable economy.

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Belinda van Eyndhoven: How to use banking to build a more sustainable economy.

23 • 11 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News / Sustainability

Our environmental sustainability activations in 2022

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Our environmental sustainability activations in 2022

23 • 11 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News / Sustainability

Old building, new tricks; upgrading a heritage warehouse to modern green standards

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Old building, new tricks; upgrading a heritage warehouse to modern green standards

23 • 11 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News / Sustainability

When built history gets personal

The refurbishment of Britomart’s Kronfeld Building has illuminated the rich and turbulent history of Gustav Kronfeld, the Prussian-born trader who first occupied it. 

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When built history gets personal

01 • 11 • 22 / News

Best spots for a festive celebration at Britomart

Planning a party? Big, small, elegant or rowdy, there's a place for your end-of-year celebration at Britomart. 

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Best spots for a festive celebration at Britomart

28 • 09 • 22 / Food / News

Maggie Gray wants to feed you (and all your friends)

Maggie Gray, one of the two co-founders of the Food Truck Collective, has always loved events. Maggie and her business partner Tim van der Werff set up the collective around six years ago. At the time she was operating her own smoothie truck, and having worked in events previously, could see the potential for getting people together over good, inexpensive food.

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Maggie Gray wants to feed you (and all your friends)

25 • 08 • 22 / News

Enjoying Britomart after dark

There's always something going on in the central city, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; Britomart keeps bustling long after dark and starts to stir well before dawn. There are waiters and bartenders taking care of customers until the wee hours; cleaners making things nice before thousands of workers stroll in; security guards saying hi and keeping people safe. Here, we talk to a few of the people from Britomart who are absolutely not living nine-to-five lives. 

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Enjoying Britomart after dark

23 • 08 • 22 / News

Frank Camorra

MoVida has been a dining institution in Melbourne for nearly 20 years, serving up modern Spanish food using Antipodean ingredients in a convivial atmosphere. Next week, the New Zealand flagship of the restaurant opens in the Seafarers Building at Britomart. We caught up with founder Frank Camorra to find out what he'll be putting in front of eager Auckland diners.  

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Frank Camorra

01 • 08 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News

Amber Coulter’s firm has gone fully flexible – and as far as the future of the office goes, they’re still working things out.

The co-founder of TRA says team members can choose when and how they work - as long as it's a win for them, their teams, and their clients. 

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Amber Coulter’s firm has gone fully flexible – and as far as the future of the office goes, they’re still working things out.

01 • 08 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News

EY’s Kate Hillman says the future of the office is collaborative – and that flexibility is here to stay.

The global consulting firm's leader of People and Culture for Oceania says having leaders in the office is key to the rest of the team turning up. 

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EY’s Kate Hillman says the future of the office is collaborative – and that flexibility is here to stay.

01 • 08 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News

Bringing your whole self to work is “bullshit”, says Sandy Burgham. She’s got other ideas about how things need to change at work.

Everybody is asking questions about the future of the office and the future of work. Leadership coach Sandy Burgham says we need to look deeper for answers. 

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Bringing your whole self to work is “bullshit”, says Sandy Burgham. She’s got other ideas about how things need to change at work.

28 • 07 • 22 / Food / News

Melbourne fave Movida is bringing its fantastic fare to Britomart

The good news for foodies? Iconic Melbourne restaurant Movida is opening in Britomart in August.

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Melbourne fave Movida is bringing its fantastic fare to Britomart

27 • 06 • 22 / Arts & Culture / News / People / The Interview

Artist Cindy Huang is celebrating Matariki by giving away 240 hand-made ceramic veges.

The artist's installation, entitled Twin Cultivation, aims to build community by bringing strangers together through conversation and gift-giving.

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Artist Cindy Huang is celebrating Matariki by giving away 240 hand-made ceramic veges.

14 • 06 • 22 / Arts & Culture / News

Te Pā Harakeke in Takutai Square is the place to celebrate Aotearoa’s new Matariki holiday

Britomart's Takutai Square is the perfect place to celebrate the Matariki public holiday at Te Pā Harakeke, a free market day of music and kapa haka performances, as well as excellent kai from Māori food trucks and a vibrant range of arts and crafts stalls. 

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Te Pā Harakeke in Takutai Square is the place to celebrate Aotearoa’s new Matariki holiday

13 • 06 • 22 / Arts & Culture / News / People / The Good Citizen

Lissy and Rudi Robinson-Cole’s mission to spread joy starts with Matariki

Lissy and Rudi Robinson-Cole are part-way through the creation of Wharenui Harikoa (House of Joy), a full-size wharenui created as a place to share and connect. Here, they talk about celebrating their work so far at Britomart, what got them started, and how Matariki forms the foundations of their creation. 

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Lissy and Rudi Robinson-Cole’s mission to spread joy starts with Matariki

10 • 05 • 22 / Arts & Culture / News

The Art of Tivaevae comes to Britomart

A new exhibition on Britomart's Te Ara Tahuhu is a collaboration with Auckland Museum Tāmaki Paenga Hira that celebrates the art of tivaevae. 

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The Art of Tivaevae comes to Britomart

26 • 04 • 22 / News / Sustainability

Why Trees Matter: Sandy Crichton

As manager of the Native Forest Restoration Trust, Sandy Crichton oversees more than 7500 hectares of protected forest and wetland that are regenerating into rich, diverse and beautiful habitats for New Zealand's unique wildlife. This year, Britomart's Greening the City project is again raising funds to support the Trust.

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Why Trees Matter: Sandy Crichton

21 • 04 • 22 / Business at Britomart / News

City Futures: Krishna Botica

Restaurateur Krishna Botica was an early adopter of Britomart, opening Café Hanoi in 2010 and Ghost Street in 2021. After dealing with the challenges of Covid, she says connecting in person is essential — and the central city is still the best place to do it.

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City Futures: Krishna Botica

11 • 04 • 22 / Arts & Culture / News / Sustainability / The Good Citizen / The Interview

Miriama Grace Smith

Miriama Grace Smith (Ngāti Hau, Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Toarangatira and Ngāti Porou) comes from a family of artists – her mother, Briar Grace Smith is a filmmaker, and her grandmother, Patricia Grace, is one of New Zealand’s most cherished authors and poets. We spoke to the Wellington-based artist about her work, including the illustrations she created for Britomart’s Greening the City project, which can be seen in the Atrium, the Pavilions and on the construction hoardings along Customs St East.

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Miriama Grace Smith

29 • 03 • 22 / Arts & Culture / News / Sustainability

Greening the City 2022

For Arbour Day 2022, we’re Greening the City by giving away thousands of native trees in Takutai Square. 

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Greening the City 2022

09 • 03 • 22 / Style / Arts & Culture / News

To fashion comes to Te Ara Tahuhu

To fashion is an exhibition on The Britomart Pavilions in Te Ara Tahuhu staged by the New Zealand Fashion Museum, in which curator Doris de Pont asks 12 notable New Zealanders to be photographed in their own clothes to show how personal style helps communicate who they are. Photographer Edith Amituanai took the shots, and talks here about the project. 

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To fashion comes to Te Ara Tahuhu

25 • 02 • 22 / News

Another Whale of a Tale at Britomart

If you're following the Whale Tales Art Trail, there's a second artwork to discover at Britomart.

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Another Whale of a Tale at Britomart

23 • 02 • 22 / News

The winners of the Best Design Awards

Newsflash! We're thrilled that nine Britomart-based projects are winners at this week's 2022 Best Design Awards. 

 

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The winners of the Best Design Awards

16 • 02 • 22 / Arts & Culture / News

Business as usual in strange times

Not everyone has the choice to work from home. Here, we show our appreciation for the dedication of the teams who turn up to Britomart every day to do their jobs and keep people safe. 

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Business as usual in strange times

25 • 01 • 22 / Arts & Culture / News

Pride at Britomart

A pathway of public art through the city highlights the voices and creativity of Takatāpui Māori artists for Pride 2022. 

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Pride at Britomart

17 • 01 • 22 / Arts & Culture / News

A Whale of a Tale at Britomart

A new artwork by Talia Pua brings the Whale Tales Art Trail into the heart of Britomart - and raises money for WWF's important work in the oceans at the same time. 

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A Whale of a Tale at Britomart

28 • 11 • 21 / Arts & Culture / News

To Grow Roots Where They Land

In February 1939, the New Zealand Government allowed 256 wives and 244 children of Chinese men in New Zealand to take refuge here from the Sino-Japanese war. In this project, Talia Pua talks to some of the descendants of these refugees about coming to New Zealand. 

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To Grow Roots Where They Land

09 • 11 • 21 / Style / News

Britomart stores are back!

It's been a loooong wait so we're thrilled that Britomart's fashion, sportswear, footwear and homeware retailers are reopening doors from Wednesday 10 November onwards.

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Britomart stores are back!

14 • 10 • 21 / Arts & Culture / News

NZ Geographic Photographer of the Year

The work of NZ's best photographers is on display in the Atrium on Takutai. 

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NZ Geographic Photographer of the Year

01 • 10 • 21 / News

Maggie Marilyn’s new home

Fashion label Maggie Marilyn has just launched their new global website, inspired in part by the beautiful flagship store at Britomart.

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Maggie Marilyn’s new home

20 • 09 • 21 / News

Food at Britomart in Alert Level 3

Our eateries are ready to serve up delicious, effort-free takeout offerings for pickup or delivery.

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Food at Britomart in Alert Level 3

22 • 09 • 21 / Style / News

Online Fashion and Beauty Shopping at Britomart in Level 3

We've put all of Britomart's online fashion and beauty community onto one page, for all your lockdown shopping needs.

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Online Fashion and Beauty Shopping at Britomart in Level 3

30 • 08 • 21 / News

Lockdown pick-me-ups to send to a friend

A little kindness goes a long way in lockdown. If you know someone who's finding this time tough, here are a few small pick-me-up treats that can be delivered to their door.

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Lockdown pick-me-ups to send to a friend

25 • 08 • 21 / News

Rewi Spraggon is spending lockdown cooking hāngi for people in need

The hāngi master has fired up his pits in Te Henga to cook hundreds of meals a day for the homeless and others in need

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Rewi Spraggon is spending lockdown cooking hāngi for people in need

09 • 08 • 21 / News

Ama La Vita Design Store

We chat to Marcella Biddick, who has recently opened an eclectic yet sophisticated new design nook, Ama La Vita, on Tyler Street.

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Ama La Vita Design Store

21 • 07 • 21 / Food / News

It’s Restaurant Month! Eat the best for less at Britomart

August is Heart of the City Restaurant Month, when many of Auckland's best eateries offer multi-course menus at great prices to entice you out of hibernation and into the cosy buzz of their dining spaces.

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It’s Restaurant Month! Eat the best for less at Britomart

10 • 06 • 21 / News

What’s On for Matariki 2021 at Britomart

Celebrate the Aotearoa New Year with a free Friday night concert from top Māori musicians, daily hāngi lunches, waiata and kapa haka performances, and a beautiful new artwork series by artist Huriana Kopeke-Te Aho.

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What’s On for Matariki 2021 at Britomart

16 • 05 • 21 / News

Going to The Lion King?

Sort a restaurant table at Britomart and parking close to Spark Arena before you leave the house, and your family outing will be stress-free.

 

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Going to The Lion King?

22 • 04 • 21 / News

12 Ways To Say Happy Mother’s Day

For the woman who gave you life (or gives you life) we’ve rounded up a few tokens of joyful appreciation.

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12 Ways To Say Happy Mother’s Day

03 • 02 • 21 / News

The right Valentine’s date-place for every level of commitment

Whether you've just met or you're planning your retirement together, Britomart has a great place to drink or dine with your date.

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The right Valentine’s date-place for every level of commitment

04 • 02 • 21 / News

2021 stressed us all out. Jacqui Maguire has a plan to get us back on track

2020 was characterised by uncertainty, upheaval and complexity, environmental conditions that naturally amplify exhaustion and distress. As we venture into 2021,  the continued Covid-19 pandemic adds a persistent layer of pressure to our personal and professional lives. What does this mean for our mental health and that of our family, friends and colleagues? How can we help each other and our organisations navigate the stresses of this uncertain environment, enabling us to optimise our wellbeing , work and relationships?

Clinical psychologist Jacqui Maguire knows how contemporary psychological theory can be transformed into practical tools and strategies – and she is giving a Zoom talk on Wednesday 3 March to talk about it.

Join us for this frank and informative presentation as Jacqui talks us through the state of mental health in New Zealand now, the impacts of Covid, and what we can do to flourish in this new normal. 

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2021 stressed us all out. Jacqui Maguire has a plan to get us back on track

15 • 12 • 20 / News

Gift Guide: Beauty Junkie

Holiday travel sets, party season self-care, year-round skin protection and signature scents make the list this year.  

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Gift Guide: Beauty Junkie

15 • 12 • 20 / News

Gift Guide: Particular Tastes

Timeless classics for those friends and family whom you adore despite them being nearly impossible to buy for. 

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Gift Guide: Particular Tastes

15 • 12 • 20 / News

Gift Guide: Eco Conscious

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Gift Guide: Eco Conscious

15 • 12 • 20 / News

Gift Guide: Art & Design Lover

For those who appreciate the finer things in life: objets d’art, home accessories, cultural experiences and art-inspired fashion. 

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Gift Guide: Art & Design Lover

14 • 12 • 20 / News

Gift Guide: Food Lovers

We’ve found all sorts of presents to please people with particular palates.

 

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Gift Guide: Food Lovers

01 • 12 • 20 / Arts & Culture / News

Summernova Festival

There's no excuse not to get out and enjoy the sun over the next few months, with a region-wide line-up of events based around arts, culture, sports, wine, food, music, sustainability and more.

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Summernova Festival

01 • 12 • 20 / Arts & Culture / News

Toi Tū Toi Ora: Contemporary Māori Art at Britomart

We're proud to join Auckland Art Gallery Toi O Tāmaki's monumental celebration of contemporary Māori art by hosting a satellite show of one huge new permanent work and three temporary new installation works by four Māori artists.

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Toi Tū Toi Ora: Contemporary Māori Art at Britomart

26 • 11 • 20 / News

Black Friday at Britomart

It's Black Friday at Britomart and our credit cards are at the ready, because there's no better way to kick off the Christmas gift-buying season that with some generous discounts, right?

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Black Friday at Britomart

24 • 11 • 20 / Arts & Culture / News

Britomart People: Jessica Thompson Carr

Jessica – aka The Māori Mermaid – illustrated the care cards for our 2020 Green Christmas giveaway of native plants. 

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Britomart People: Jessica Thompson Carr

24 • 11 • 20 / News / Sustainability

Our Green Christmas native tree giveaway returns

Spread a little joy (and shade) this Christmas by taking home a native tree to grow in your own backyard or balcony.

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Our Green Christmas native tree giveaway returns

11 • 11 • 20 / News

Take a Seat

We’re proud to temporarily host three sculptural winners from the NZILA’s Nohonga seating design competition in Takutai Square.

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Take a Seat

22 • 09 • 20 / News

Britomart People, Shraddha Patel

One of the team at The Tooth Company on Customs St, Shraddha wants to help you love visiting the dentist as much as she does.

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Britomart People, Shraddha Patel

16 • 09 • 20 / News / The Interview

The Interview: Kirstin Carlin

Auckland artist Kirstin’s vibrant floral works are brightening up the Britomart precinct this spring.

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The Interview: Kirstin Carlin

10 • 09 • 20 / News

A New City Destination Comes Alive at Britomart

The opening of The Hotel Britomart in October 2020 is accompanied by a cascade of new eateries and retail openings. Here’s what you’ll find when each set of doors open.

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A New City Destination Comes Alive at Britomart

27 • 04 • 20 / News

Food at Britomart at Alert Level 2

Your fave restaurants and cafes are opening again. They're also still selling the gourmet takeouts, cook-at-home deli meals, chocolate treats, patisserie and desserts, and restaurant-quality fresh produce you loved at Level 3. 

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Food at Britomart at Alert Level 2

25 • 08 • 20 / News

7 Ways To Soothe Your Nerves With Scent

If 2020 has you in need of some immediate bliss, these scented candles have aromatherapeutic qualities to burn. 

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7 Ways To Soothe Your Nerves With Scent

18 • 08 • 20 / News

Father’s Day Gift Edit

Put your lockdown to good use by getting ahead of Father’s Day shopping with these great gift possibilities from Britomart retailers. 

 

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Father’s Day Gift Edit

18 • 08 • 20 / News

Ensemble Magazine

This week we’re digging into the new online fashion, beauty and culture online magazine Ensemble, founded by two local fashion media experts. 

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Ensemble Magazine

06 • 08 • 20 / News

Britomart People, Yinon Shimi

Inspired by the foods of his homeland in Israel, Yinon brings home-style vegetarian and vegan foods to the Britomart La Cigale Market every Saturday.

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Britomart People, Yinon Shimi

06 • 08 • 20 / News

Winter Sale Bargains For a Hundy or Under

The last days of the sales are when you score the best mark-downs. Don’t miss these fashion bargains at Britomart for $100 or less. 

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Winter Sale Bargains For a Hundy or Under

28 • 07 • 20 / News

All the Restaurant Month 2020 menus and meal deals at Britomart

Eateries around the precinct are showcasing favourite dishes and new creations with menu specials and single-meal deals.

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All the Restaurant Month 2020 menus and meal deals at Britomart

09 • 07 • 20 / News

Saturday Market

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

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Saturday Market

02 • 07 • 20 / News

Always on at Britomart: Weekly events and specials

From taco deals and kids-eat-free meals to mid-week run clubs, there’s a regular calendar of events at Britomart. 

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Always on at Britomart: Weekly events and specials

25 • 06 • 20 / Arts & Culture / News / People

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. 

 

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Matekitātahi Rawiri-McDonald

09 • 06 • 20 / News

I’ll Get My Coat

The temperatures are down but the winter coat options on the racks at Britomart’s fashion retailers are looking up.

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I’ll Get My Coat

26 • 04 • 20 / News / Sustainability

Britomart’s 2020 Sustainability Report

Our second annual Sustainability Report is out: read all about our environmental and social sustainability efforts in the precinct over the last 12 months.

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Britomart’s 2020 Sustainability Report

14 • 05 • 20 / News / People

DJ Rose Alice

DJ Rose Alice plays in Takutai Square every Friday (weather permitting) and provides the soundtrack for Food Truck Fridays. She's also chosen a playlist for the Atrium on Takutai to welcome people back to Britomart with some good grooves.

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DJ Rose Alice