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Newmarket is gearing up to celebrate the best from across its precinct - with bars, cafes, accountants, fashion designers, kitchen stores, beauty clinics and

Founded by three avid travellers, Tripomi.com has officially launched in New Zealand, making it easier for Kiwis to search and compare flights, hotels, car rentals and

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Onehunga's latest residential development, the Onehunga Mall Club, will see 102 new premium apartments brought to the heritage village centre, due for completion at

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2020 may be the year the world changed but 2021 is fast proving that it was only the beginning and our workplaces are leading

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International Women’s Day is a call to action for accelerating women’s equality, with the 2021 campaign theme being 'Choose To Challenge'. A challenged world

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Showcasing the beauty of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland, a video produced by Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED) is being shared across the world.

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Whilst in lockdown, the Crescendo Trust of Aotearoa are encouraging its mentors and mentees to record music from home using Zoom, a microphone and

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Lewis Bradford Consulting Engineers, Fletcher Construction Company and artist Lonnie Hutchinson have collaborated on a stunning structural design on the southern façade of the

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Pedestrian-friendly O'Connell St. Image credit: Kent Lundberg. The team responsible for celebrated urban design changes around downtown Auckland – such as the widening of the High

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It’s easy to imagine what the world might look like in ten or even fifty years time, but what will New Zealand’s biggest sectors

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Our social, political, and economic consciousness is shifting as a nation. As we begin to understand and embrace what being M?ori can say about

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In the past decade, co-working spaces have been transported from the tech pockets of San Francisco into mainstream global institutions. In Auckland, the trend

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The New Zealand Transport Agency has unveiled its design for a walking and biking pathway across Auckland Harbour Bridge. The path is similar to

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Urban farming is nothing new, as evidence of the practice can be found in heritage sites like Machu Picchu. However, the trend has picked

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Ezel Kokcu is a 25-year-old tech entrepreneur who has three start-ups under her belt: STQRY, a consumer-facing discover app that helps visitors find and

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What is a tiny house? The yearning for a tiny house is not a desire to live in a doll’s house. It’s an architectural

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Auckland Airport’s International Departure Experience redesign hopes to build for the passenger journey, represent our cultural identity, and become a blueprint for modern airport

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One of Auckland’s most important stretches of downtown waterfront will soon be a place for people and coastal ecologies, says Isthmus Group’s Sarah Bishop

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Many people struggle to envision plans from simple 2D renders and floor plans, as without a designer's eye, filling in blanks from imagination isn’t the most

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Newmarket has seen its fair share of newcomers lately, with expansions and new developments happening right down Broadway. Yet much of the same urban

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Julia McPherson, principal and workplace design specialist at Warren and Mahoney’s Wellington studio, shares her view on how architects and designers can help their

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Auckland is in the midst of a metamorphosis. The city is standing on the same precipice as many other cities around the world, where it’s

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Auckland is in the midst of a metamorphosis.  The city is standing on the same precipice as many other cities around the world, where

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Auckland is in the midst of a metamorphosis.  The city is standing on the same precipice as many other cities around the world, where

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Cities are systems in which the people are meant to thrive, but Isthmus creative director David Irwin says the design of them is instead

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Through Auckland’s summer months just passed, Silo Park was home to a bright yellow machine that faced the sun and made rainbows, all without

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