80 days ago

Poll: Travelling with your dog

Sophie Trigger Reporter from Marlborough Express

The National Dog Show is coming to Blenheim in October, bringing about 1400 pooches to town. But where will they stay?
Do you think accommodation providers should allow dogs to stay for that weekend?
*Please include NFP if comments not for print.

Travelling with your dog
  • 15.9% Yes - dogs should always be allowed to stay with their owners.
    15.9% Complete
  • 8.7% Yes - for the weekend of the Dog Show only.
    8.7% Complete
  • 8.7% No - it's not fair for other guests.
    8.7% Complete
  • 66.7% It's up to the accommodation owner.
    66.7% Complete
69 votes
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Black and White male cat

Christine from Blenheim

I have a black and white cat hanging around my house who thinks it it making its home here, it is peeing all around my property as in my doorways and the stink is terrible. I am getting rather annoyed with having to wash down my doorways all the time. I will have this animal removed from my property if the owner doesnt do something . It does not appear to be from Shirtliff St and has been seen coming from the alleyway end of the st, and i beleive others have also complained thankyou

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Behind the Scenes Tour of Archives

The Team from Marlborough Museum

Monday 21 October, 1pm.
Archives Manager Megan Ross will be your guide through the rich and fascinating documents held here in Archives at Marlborough Museum. It's a treasure trove of old newspapers, maps, publications and personal papers.
There are photos, diaries and school records. If your family has lived in Blenheim for many years, it's quite likely that your ancestors are mentioned somewhere in our Archives.
RSVP by 4pm Friday 18 October - info@marlboroughmuseum.org.nz. or phone 03-578-1712.
Marlborough Museum Archives, Brayshaw Heritage Park, 26 Arthur Baker Place
This event is part of Summit Marlborough Heritage Festival

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Changing Narratives: Wairau Massacre, Incident, Affray?

The Team from Marlborough Museum

Sunday 27 October, 2pm.
Presentation by Lloyd Carpenter (Ngati Toa Rangatira), Senior Lecturer in Maori Studies, Lincoln University. He will be discussing the changing views of this local historical event.
$5 – tickets available from Marlborough Museum, Brayshaw Heritage Park
RSVP by Monday 21 October - info@marlboroughmuseum.org.nz or phone 03-578-1712.
Marlborough Museum Theatre, Brayshaw Heritage Park, 26 Arthur Baker Place
This event is part of Summit Marlborough Heritage Festival