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11 • 09 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

Painting the town red: a new exhibition of graphic art by women

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Painting the town red: a new exhibition of graphic art by women

09 • 09 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Chad Mason

With a penchant for a great blazer and pair of sunglasses, the store manager at Karen Walker is someone we’d trust for fashion advice.

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Chad Mason

05 • 09 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Rawiri Witehira

For Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori, Rawiri will be weaving a celebration of the language into his work as a bartender at Caretaker.

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Rawiri Witehira

05 • 09 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

Waiata

Celebrating Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori with Waiata / Anthems in the Atrium on Takutai

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Waiata

14 • 08 • 19 / The Good Citizen

Anahera Rawiri

In the latest edition of our Good Citizen podcast, Anahera Rawiri of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei talks to Jeremy Hansen about finding solutions to Auckland’s housing crisis.

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Anahera Rawiri

05 • 09 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Chris Stevens

Executive creative director/owner at design studio CTRL_ (pronounced ‘Control Space’) Chris is the mind behind the interior design of The Brit, Britomart’s newest gastropub.

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Chris Stevens

03 • 09 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Gareth Stewart

Gareth is the national executive chef for Nourish Group, creating all the menus across the group’s portfolio of pubs, bars and restaurants – including The Brit.

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Gareth Stewart

02 • 09 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Sébastien Barré

The sizzling aroma of sausages is an olfactory clarion call to Kiwis. Maybe that’s why Sébastien Barré’s stall at Britomart’s Saturday market is so popular.

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Sébastien Barré

29 • 08 • 19 / News

Six Things To Read, Watch and Listen To For Father’s Day

We’ve rounded up three articles, a podcast, a YouTube channel and a book that tackle the realities of being a dad in the modern age.

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Six Things To Read, Watch and Listen To For Father’s Day

29 • 08 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Angelo Bagay

Angelo and his wife – and sometimes their kids – sell New Zealand-fresh exotic nuts at the Saturday morning La Cigale produce market at Britomart.

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Angelo Bagay

27 • 08 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Lily Teteina

Among the racks of dreamy prints and fluid drapes at Juliette Hogan, Lily Teteina enjoys the ever-changing landscape of visitors to the store.

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Lily Teteina

22 • 08 • 19 / Business at Britomart / News

Stylish Gifts for Father’s Day

From well-priced style at AS Colour to the ultimate work bag at Deadly Ponies, these gifts will have your dad stepping out or kicking back with confidence.

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Stylish Gifts for Father’s Day

19 • 08 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Susanne Ingmar

This Swedish expat brings the sweet bread-making tradition of her homeland to the Saturday La Cigale Farmers Market at Britomart.

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Susanne Ingmar

14 • 08 • 19 / Arts & Culture

What we love to cook when we’re not dining at Britomart

A short and sweet round-up of recipe books that feed our creative impulses in the kitchen.

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What we love to cook when we’re not dining at Britomart

14 • 08 • 19 / News / People / Sustainability

The beauty of heritage

The restoration of the Buckland and Masonic Buildings is part of Britomart’s commitment to sustainable development, historic preservation and place-making for people. 

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The beauty of heritage

14 • 08 • 19 / News / Sustainability

Here’s one major way you can reduce marine plastic

It’s not that long until the magnificent Auckland harbour is on show to the world during the America’s Cup. With their GulfX project to clean up the Waitematā Harbour, the Sustainable Business Network is doing something about it – and Britomart is happy to help. 

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Here’s one major way you can reduce marine plastic

14 • 08 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Romain le Gal

As owner of French eatery L’Assiette (soon to be La Petite Fourchette), Romain is predictably raising his kids to be petits gourmets.  

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Romain le Gal

13 • 08 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Isabelle Carson

We don’t envy Isabelle the mighty task of trying to save money for uni while spending her work days surrounded by the tempting racks at Kate Sylvester.

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Isabelle Carson

08 • 08 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Jamie McLellan

Having designed everything from boats and retail interiors to chairs and oil burners, Jamie McLellan is now nested in as head designer at sustainable shoe brand Allbirds.

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Jamie McLellan

16 • 07 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

Vicky Tamariki

Artist Vicki Tamariki’s cast of cheerful, crazy, cool characters are brightening up Britomart as part of our Works on Paper poster series.

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Vicky Tamariki

08 • 08 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Bryan Garrett Eible

One of the friendliest faces around Britomart, the owner-operator of Nike Britomart is an old-school sneaker head who loves nothing more than family time.

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Bryan Garrett Eible

03 • 07 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

Jonathan Kay

Jonathan’s large-scale artwork starts with melting ice and ends with a dramatic fabric installation. 

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Jonathan Kay

30 • 07 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Dr Catherine Stone

Founder of cosmedicine spa The Face Place, Dr Cat blends a holistic approach to beauty with world-class expertise in natural-looking non-surgical facial rejuvenation. 

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Dr Catherine Stone

25 • 07 • 19 / Arts & Culture / News / People

Art in the Atrium

Students from Manurewa High School have brought their artistic talents to the Atrium on Takutai. 

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Art in the Atrium

25 • 07 • 19 / News

All the delicious Restaurant Month deals at Britomart

From cheap eats and vegan treats to a Japanese degustation, there’s an amazing menu to tempt everyone.

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All the delicious Restaurant Month deals at Britomart

23 • 07 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Christian Parlascino

A true global citizen, Christian Parlascino hails from Italy via central America and Guatemala, and now manages a bit of everything at Japanese restaurant Ebisu.

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Christian Parlascino

17 • 07 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Christopher Mitchell

Proving that having a corporate job doesn’t mean having to dress like a, um, bank manager, executive assistant Christopher brings a sense of flair to Westpac’s head office.

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Christopher Mitchell

16 • 07 • 19 / Arts & Culture / Business at Britomart / People

Katie Lockhart

Katie Lockhart, the interior designer for the new Deadly Ponies store (among other Britomart retail outlets), hunted far and wide for the perfect interior accessories for the accessories brand. 

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Katie Lockhart

09 • 07 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Isla Malitte-Davey

As a duty manager at the rooftop hot-spot Seven at Seafarers, Isla Malitte-Davey is all about making sure her guests go home with a smile on their faces. 

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Isla Malitte-Davey

16 • 07 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

How to hāngi

To celebrate Matariki 2019, we invited hāngi master Rewi Spraggon to lay a hangi in Takutai Square. This is how he creates an authentic feast of Aotearoa kai.

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How to hāngi

05 • 07 • 19 / News

The Hotel Britomart: Officially an eco-hotel

With confirmation of a 5 Green Star Design rating from the New Zealand Green Building Council, The Hotel Britomart is set to be New Zealand’s most eco-friendly hotel. 

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The Hotel Britomart: Officially an eco-hotel

03 • 07 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

James K. Lowe’s The Noble Ones

We celebrated the arrival of the Year of the Pig in 2019 with a photographic project by James K. Lowe in Takutai Square.

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James K. Lowe’s The Noble Ones

03 • 07 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Tash Shiu

The multi-talented manager of Ted Baker London keeps herself pretty busy when she’s not welcoming shoppers at the Britomart store.

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Tash Shiu

03 • 07 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

Charlotte Graham

The artist behind ‘Te Waiora’ the huge temporary artwork whose water droplets flooded the Britomart precinct for summer 2018=2019, talks to Jeremy Hansen about her work and herself.

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Charlotte Graham

03 • 07 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Kaz Trass

Kaz Trass, senior manager of sales at Westpac, is one of the many who commute from Auckland’s outskirts to the central city each day – and she wouldn’t have it any other way.

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Kaz Trass

03 • 07 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Tana Mitchell

Founder of the graphic design company Studio Akin, along with Emma Kaniuk, Tana Mitchell is a talented import to New Zealand who feels right at home at Britomart.

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Tana Mitchell

03 • 07 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Tayla Nalder

Westpac communications specialist Tayla Nalder tells us how she learned about being a true team player through volunteering at Auckland’s Special Olympics.

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Tayla Nalder

01 • 07 • 19 / The Good Citizen

Jacqueline Paul

Jacqueline Paul talks to Jeremy Hansen about the housing crisis, inequality and the damage racist stereotyping is doing to Auckland. 

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Jacqueline Paul

27 • 06 • 19 / News

Again again coffee cups

Forgotten your reusable cup again? No worries! At Britomart, you can now hire an Again Again cup at most of the precinct’s cafes, and return it for a refund next time you visit.

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Again again coffee cups

27 • 06 • 19 / People

Mahsa Willis

Mahsa Willis’ eponymous label of delicate blouses, oversized blazers and romantic dresses is stocked at Fabric.

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Mahsa Willis

26 • 06 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Greg Murrell

Quality is all in the details for the founder of Ryder Salon.

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Greg Murrell

25 • 06 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Brian Campbell

Owner of the ever-popular Miann patisseries, as well the original chef at Milse, the laneway dessert bar off Tyler St, Brian Campbell is a man who truly knows dessert – even if he doesn’t have much of a sweet tooth himself.

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Brian Campbell

04 • 06 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

‘Ahota’e’iloa Toetu’u

Waving a flag is often an expression of cultural pride. For artist ‘Ahota’e’iloa Toetu’u, the new flags on Te Ara Tahuhu are a way to meld different artistic traditions

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‘Ahota’e’iloa Toetu’u

20 • 05 • 19 / News

Allbirds are landing

The news is finally out: the New Zealand-inspired, San Francisco-born sustainable footwear brand Allbirds will be landing at Britomart in August.

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Allbirds are landing

20 • 05 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

Janet Lilo

Janet Lilo’s poster creations for our Customs St East Works on Paper project are energetic and eye-catching – but there’s more to them than catches the eye.

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Janet Lilo

20 • 05 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Amber Coulter

We talk to TRA's Amber Coulter about solving the complex problems organisations face today.

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Amber Coulter

08 • 05 • 19 / The Good Citizen

Fonteyn Moses-Te Kani

From a mostly-Māori rural community to the centre of one of the country’s biggest banks: in the latest episode of The Good Citizen, Fonteyn Moses-Te Kani tells Jeremy Hansen how we can do diversity better.

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Fonteyn Moses-Te Kani

01 • 01 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

Tyrone Ohia

Some people can get you smiling as soon as they walk in the room. Tyrone Ohia is one of those people.

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Tyrone Ohia

07 • 03 • 19 / The Good Citizen

Ben van Bruggen

Urban designer Ben van Bruggen spoke to Jeremy Hansen about why we should stop listening to the vocal minority attempting to block change, and be inspired about Auckland’s development. 

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Ben van Bruggen

07 • 01 • 19 / Arts & Culture / People

Aruna Po-Ching

Hula dance artist and teacher Aruna Po-Chingtells us how the hula tradition celebrates the landand creatures of the Pacific.

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Aruna Po-Ching

27 • 02 • 19 / Business at Britomart / People

Odessa To’o

By day she’s personal assistant to the head of private wealth at Westpac. By night (well, by afternoon), she’s a fitness instructor at Les Mills.

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Odessa To’o

15 • 10 • 18 / The Good Citizen

Henry Crothers

In the second episode of The Good Citizen Jeremy Hansen talks to Henry Crothers about having the bravery to transform our urban landscapes.

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Henry Crothers

19 • 09 • 18 / The Good Citizen

Jade Kake

Jade Kake knows Māori design principles can change Aotearoa for the better: not only in our housing, but in our towns and cities too.

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Jade Kake