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May

Paying for your dog registration even easier

Dog registration fees can now be paid using POLi, an online debit payment system.

Red panda cubs out and about at Hamilton Zoo

Two Red Panda cubs born in January are now starting to venture out of their den to explore their enclosure at Hamilton Zoo.

Popular bike path gets an upgrade

The Pukete Road section of the popular Te Awa River Ride is being upgraded by Hamilton City Council, with a new sealed surface and warning signals to improve safety.

Free parking at Garden Place Carpark Queen's Birthday

Queen’s Birthday weekend shoppers can enjoy free parking this Saturday, Sunday and Monday at the Council’s Garden Place Carpark.

Committee approves more dog exercise areas in Hamilton

Hamilton’s population of pooches will soon have more places to play in the city.

New bylaw will help protect Hamilton’s waterways

Hamilton moved a step closer to improving the water quality of its streams and the Waikato River today.

Senegal team welcome at Waikato Museum

The Senegal U-20 men’s football team will receive a formal welcome to Hamilton and the Waikato tomorrow, Wednesday, 27 May.

Regional and city welcomes for FIFA U-20 World Cup teams

National U-20 football teams in the Hamilton-Waikato region for the FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015 will receive formal welcomes to the region this week.

Section of Anglesea Street closed

Hamilton motorists are asked to avoid Anglesea Street between Collingwood Street and Ward Street this evening, 25 May.

Fiji U20 to play Hungary U20 in Cambridge today

The Fiji and Hungary U-20 teams will play a warm-up match in Cambridge today (Monday, 25 May), ahead of the FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015.

Finalists selected for No.8 Wire National Art Award

New Zealand National Agricultural Fieldays is pleased to announce finalists have been selected for the No.8 Wire National Art Award, partnered by Waikato Museum.

Youth Week activities across Hamilton

Hamilton’s young people have a chance to try a range of activities as part of Youth Week events.

Arbor Day enhances Waiwhakareke's green landscape

More than 10,000 plants will be added to the green landscape at Waiwhakereke Natural Heritage Park when Hamilton City Council hosts its annual Arbor Day planting.

Council gets the consents tick

Hamilton City Council has maintained its accreditation to act as a Building Consent Authority from International Accreditation New Zealand (IANZ).

Bucket challenge set down for futsal exponents

Will they get the ball into the bucket without using their feet?

Construction begins on new Minogue Park playground

Children visiting Hamilton’s Minogue Park in the next few weeks will see a new playground taking shape.

Increase in transfer station fees proposed

The operator of Hamilton’s Refuse Transfer Station (RTS) is looking to increase fees to cover rising operational costs, from 1 July 2015.

Peace tiles welcomed home

A part of Hamilton history was welcomed home today with the official unveiling of the Peace Tiles in Civic Square.

Precautionary closure for river path section

A section of river path near Hamilton’s Fairfield Bridge has been closed as a precaution to ensure safety of path users.

NZ U-20 team begins world cup journey at Turangawaewae

New Zealand’s U-20 men’s football team will begin its pursuit of World Cup success this weekend with a powhiri at Turangawaewae Marae.

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