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The end of jetlag as NZ opens up to the world?

After over two gruelling years, NZ is finally open to non-residents and non-citizens, which means a shiny new workforce is on its way to support our struggling industries. This also means big news for re-forming international relationships and increasing trade between New Zealand and the rest of the world. Throughout the pandemic, NZ has been…

Skin Health In Winter

This week we have a guest journal piece from our friends at MoleMap, who are offering a $50 discount on full-body scans until the end of June so book now to avoid missing out and important checks. Discount code at the bottom of this article. Now that we have cooler days on the cards, what…

Earth Day – Top Tips

To celebrate Earth Day this year, we have put together a list of 5 top actionable tips for you to do your bit. Earth Day is not a time for doom and gloom, it’s a day to celebrate our home and do what we can to make it a bit greener. 1. Organise a team…

What is TikTok and what is all the fuss about?

Around 90% of readers of this article will have a Facebook account, whereas only around 30% will use Instagram. Around 1-5% of readers (according to our member demographic) will use TikTok.  TikTok is fast becoming a significant cultural phenomenon, it is likely you have come across it in the news. An exponential increase in follower…

What on earth is an NFT?

Either your teenage kids or someone in the office has uttered the acronym ‘NFT’ around you and, like us, you probably wondered ‘what on earth is an NFT?’. Well, we researched it and can confidently say that NFTs are ‘Non-fungible tokens’. Which means absolutely nothing. Let’s work through it. “Non-fungible” means that it is a…

Welcome to Autumn – A guide on keeping healthy

Autumn has officially arrived and, with it, the start of cold and flu season. Aucklanders are looking at the numbers and feel like we’re moving past the peak of Omicron very soon, so let’s not let seasonal sickness knock us down right when we’re getting that freedom back! Not only keeping healthy and staving off…

‘It’s an iconic building being turned into what it should be.’ A coffee with Cushman & Wakefield.

We had coffee in the Club with Gordon Munro of Cushman & Wakefield, to get the scoop on his experience at Alberts. Given your career and your inside knowledge in real estate, what enticed you to consider Alberts as your new workspace? I’ve worked in corporate real estate in various guises for 25 years, and…

Ronnie’s Cafe – treat yourself

We sat down with Thai, the owner of the fabulous NZ institution that is Ronnie’s Cafe. We found out a bit about the history of Ronnie’s and what treats Thai loves to bake.   Tell us a bit about how you took over running Ronnie’s? Well the man himself, Ronnie, set up the flagship decades…

International Women’s Day – Leadership at its finest

To celebrate International Women’s Day we spoke to some inspiring women leaders here at Alberts from various industries, about their experience and advice for younger women. We are proud to have these strong leaders as our members, setting examples for younger women across the network. Let’s find out what they said…   Asha Lal Cushman…

An interview with Simon Thomas, of NEC, on his Alberts experience

Simon Thomas of NEC spoke to us about his experience at Alberts at 12 Viaduct Harbour Avenue (12 VHA), and he had some very important information about our pies at Lawn to share…   Tell us how you decided to make the move here to 12 VHA. What is it about this location and space…