City News

​​​​​​​City News is Hamilton City Council's monthly newspaper. Content reflects Council's role in the development and management of the city and its public assets, and communicates the business of the Council to Hamiltonians. 

It is delivered to all letterboxes across Hamilton. Feedback is welcome. Email city.news@hcc.govt.nz


 

April 2018

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Inside this issue:

  • Anzac Day 2018
  • Preparing Memorial Park for its big day
  • Young people get involved
  • Shining a light on safety
  • Myrtle rust found in Hamilton
  • Cleaning up after the city
  • Fungus released to tackle pest plant in Hamilton
  • Autumn leaf fall pickup
  • Hillcrest High improves safety for students
  • A big truck to get the big jobs done
  • Kids on bikes
  • Rototuna Info day - have your say
  • New roundabout for Queens Ave/Killarney Rd intersection
  • Community views wanted on draft 10-Year Plan
  • Challenge 1: We are borrowing to pay for everyday costs
  • Challenge 2: Deciding where Hamilton's next big housing area will be
  • Challenge 3: Improving Hamilton's transport system
  • Challenge 4: Investing in community infrastructure
  • Lessons in water conservation
  • Kapa haka brings special spirit to Claudelands
  • Entertainment for every taste at Claudelands
  • Gate enhancements kick off super Rugby season
  • Magic hit the training courts for 2018 season
  • Sacha sings with symphony
  • Young performers head to home of the panda

  City News - April 2018​​​​​ ​(PDF, 7.5MB)​​​​​​

March 2018

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Inside this issue:

  • Celebrating our parks
  • Be a part of shaping our city's future
  • New Councillor takes his seat
  • Electric vehicles on show in Garden Place display
  • New bulk main pressing ahead
  • Intersection improvements
  • Connecting to the Expressway
  • LEDs light up the city
  • Understanding our waterways
  • Water alerts reduced to Level 1
  • Hamilton's bus network improvements underway
  • Changing Places toilet set to open
  • Dig this - planting for the community
  • Dumped! Parks team want offenders caught
  • Lions economic impact report shows value of major events
  • Work underway at Waterworld, library 
  • Chiefs ready for bumper season
  • Athletics Championships return

  City News - March 2018​​​​​​ ​(PDF, 7.5MB)​​​​​​

February 2018

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Inside this issue:

  • Open for business
  • Final stages of the Ring Road connection
  • A novel idea
  • East Ward By-Election
  • New Zealand's only floating steampunk airship has arrived
  • Illegal dumpers ripping off their neighbours
  • Back to school driver safety
  • Waikato Museum exclusive venue for international exhibition
  • Memento of a special find
  • Learning to ride for the first time
  • Click into gear and register for Love Your Bike day
  • Residents urged to be smarter with their parking
  • Adult Rider Training on offer
  • First special shape confirmed for balloon event
  • Furry Valentine's Day
  • Cricket heats up Seddon​ Park
  • Hamilton set to host mix of sport and music

 City News - February 2018​​​​​ ​(PDF, 7.5MB)​​​​​​

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