A proposed Māori tourism centre near Hamilton Gardens is seen by some as a game changer for the city.
Do you agree?
Waikato Tainui has made the suggestion to Hamilton City Council as the council nuts out a revamp of the gardens.
Mayor Andrew King said a busload of tourists visiting the gardens would also be able to pre-book a cultural show at the same place.
He hoped it would encourage more visitors into overnight stays, instead of a stop on the way to another destination.
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Do you think a Māori tourism centre by the gardens would encourage visitors to spend longer in Hamilton?
43.7% Yes, the more we have to do the longer they will stay.43.7% Complete
45.5% No, I don't think one attraction can make that kind of difference.45.5% Complete
10.8% Maybe. I'll wait and see.10.8% Complete
A Hamilton couple who split up after 21 years of marriage are helping each other get back into dating.
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Would you help your ex find a new partner?
15.4% Yes, if the split was amicable.15.4% Complete
42.3% No, I wouldn't be in the right headspace.42.3% Complete
42.3% It depends on the circumstances.42.3% Complete
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