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17 • 01 • 22Arts & CultureNews

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. 

28 • 11 • 21Arts & CultureNews

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. 

09 • 11 • 21StyleNews

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.

Pukekohoe Hill, New Zealand.

Photographed on the DJI Inspire 2

Cabbage Harvesting, Wai Shing Ltd

14 • 10 • 21Arts & CultureNews

NZ Geographic Photographer of the Year

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

12 • 10 • 21SustainabilityThe Good CitizenThe Interview

Levi Brinsdon-Hall is feeding the city

On a disused building site among apartment buildings and busy roads just off Auckland’s Symonds Street, OMG (Organic Market Garden, established by For the Love of Bees) is producing more vegetables than was thought possible with their regenerative organic growing methods, and feeding 45 families weekly in the process. Ahead of their talk on October 27 as part of the first Auckland Climate Festival, OMG head farmer Levi Brinsdon-Hall tells Jeremy Hansen about what industrialised food production gets wrong, and how the OMG model could spread across the city.