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Nespresso brings flavours to life with local artist

  • News
  • November 2, 2017
  • StopPress Team
Nespresso brings flavours to life with local artist

Nespresso has chosen to go local for its Christmas coffee collection reveal – getting Auckland-based artist Andrew J. Steel to create a one-off mural.

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Nespresso to pop up on the North Shore

  • News
  • October 27, 2015
  • Sarah Dunn
Nespresso to pop up on the North Shore

Nespresso’s innovative approach to coffee retail has caught eyes around the world. The brand will tomorrow open its first pop-up boutique on Auckland’s North Shore at the Westfield Albany shopping centre.

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Retail premises on Auckland’s Queen St in hot demand

  • Property
  • September 2, 2015
  • Sarah Dunn
Retail premises on Auckland’s Queen St in hot demand

A special retailer is being sought for a refurbished heritage building on Auckland’s sought-after Queen St. The availability of the 150-year-old former Bank of New Zealand Tower is a sign of “frenetic” retail leasing activity on the Queen St strip, says Bayleys Real Estate leasing agent Meredith Graham.

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Are single-serve coffee pods becoming a problem?

  • Checkout
  • March 24, 2015
  • Sarah Dunn
Are single-serve coffee pods becoming a problem?

American coffee pod company Keurig has responded to criticism around the environmental impact of its non-recycleable plastic pods by committing to making its products recyclable by 2020.

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