38 days ago

Poll: Should dogs be allowed in cafes?

The team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Dogs lolling beneath cafe tables while their owners sip lattes or glasses of pinot would have been unthinkable 30 years ago.

Now it is just the way Kiwis roll, with a raft of dog-friendly dining options available throughout the country. What do you think? Should dogs be allowed in cafes?

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Should dogs be allowed in cafes?
  • 20.9% Absolutely not - cafes are for humans
    20.9% Complete
  • 20.6% Definitely - I think it's a great idea
    20.6% Complete
  • 15.4% It depends on the cafe
    15.4% Complete
  • 43% Only in cafes with outdoor areas
    43% Complete
2645 votes
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Hamilton's new $10 million sorting centre

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Hi everyone,

Construction of a new $10 million recycling plant is under way to meet demand for the switch to an expanded kerbside recycling regime next year.

Hamilton City Council's rubbish and recycling contractor EnviroWaste Te Rapa facility that will be capable of sorting and compacting 8000 tonnes of material per year.

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