News | Living & Travel
30 Sep 2020 8:53
NZCity News
NZCity CalculatorReturn to NZCity

  • Start Page
  • Personalise
  • Sport
  • Weather
  • Finance
  • Shopping
  • Jobs
  • Horoscopes
  • Lotto Results
  • Photo Gallery
  • Site Gallery
  • TVNow
  • Dating
  • SearchNZ
  • NZSearch
  • Crime.co.nz
  • RugbyLeague
  • Make Home
  • About NZCity
  • Contact NZCity
  • Your Privacy
  • Advertising
  • Login
  • Join for Free

  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Big dogs can now travel on Auckland trains - but pet owners will be kept on a tight leash

    Big dogs can now travel on Auckland trains - but pet owners will be kept on a tight leash


    The second phase of Auckland Transport's pets on trains trial has begun - which allows dogs of all sizes on during the off-peak times.

    Previously, only small dogs were allowed.

    Councillor Cathy Casey says it will make life easier for dog owners.

    She says it means people will be able to take them to the vet without having to order a taxi.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


     Other Living & Travel News
     30 Sep: Aussies descending on New Zealand if weed is legalised - are more likely to be well-heeled holidaymakers
     30 Sep: Police are scaling down the riverbed search for a Clarence woman missing the past 10 days
     29 Sep: Indonesia's Jurassic Park-inspired tourist attraction worries Komodo dragon fans
     29 Sep: A grim memorial as Police mark the first Remembrance Day in 11 years where an officer has died on duty
     29 Sep: Dreamworld's parent company Ardent Leisure has been fined 3.6 million dollars over the 2016 Thunder Rapids ride tragedy
     28 Sep: Workers are shovelling snow off Queenstown airport's runway - and no planes are flying
     28 Sep: American Magic are in the process of switching attention to their new boat 'Patriot' as they ramp up preparations for the 36th America's Cup
     Top Stories

    RUGBY RUGBY
    Former Springbok captain Gary Teichmann is disappointed in SARU's decision to send its Super Rugby teams to the Northern Hemisphere next year, but accepts it was inevitable More...


    BUSINESS BUSINESS
    Former Springbok captain Gary Teichmann is disappointed in SARU's decision to send its Super Rugby teams to the Northern Hemisphere next year, but accepts it was inevitable More...



     Today's News

    Politics:
    Will Donald Trump's voter base care about the New York Times' tax return allegations ahead of the US election? 8:36

    Business:
    Former Springbok captain Gary Teichmann is disappointed in SARU's decision to send its Super Rugby teams to the Northern Hemisphere next year, but accepts it was inevitable 8:36

    Tennis:
    The odds of Novak Djokovic claiming a second French Open tennis title are shortening in Paris' cooler autumnal conditions 8:36

    Entertainment:
    Lewis Capaldi has reportedly split from Catherine Halliday after seven months of dating 8:28

    International:
    Boris Johnson apologises for incorrect advice as UK records highest daily number of coronavirus cases 8:26

    Rugby:
    South Africa and Australia have exacted utu on New Zealand Rugby 8:06

    Entertainment:
    Frankie Muniz and his wife Paige Price are expecting their first child together 7:58

    Politics:
    Aussies descending on New Zealand if weed is legalised - are more likely to be well-heeled holidaymakers 7:56

    Business:
    A suggestion the devil is in the detail when it comes to the Greens' plans for zero emission vehicles 7:36

    Entertainment:
    Brian Cox has teased the third season of 'Succession' will be "even better" than the second 7:28


     News Search






    Power Search


    © 2020 New Zealand City Ltd