Have you ever wondered how water gets from the river to the tap? Hamilton City Council is inviting the public to see the process first hand on Saturday 8 November.
Hamilton's rich and growing portfolio of public art has been captured in a catalogue as part of the city's 150th birthday celebrations.
Cricket fans will get a chance get a “behind the scenes” look at refurbishments to Seddon Park during Northern Districts’ Family Fun Day this weekend.
Hamilton City Council originally indicated it would make a decision on 30 October regarding a possible change to the city’s rating system.
Hamilton’s popular Lake Domain playground will undergo a significant transformation over coming weeks.
A giant 150 appeared in Civic Square on Friday created by Hamilton City Council staff to create awareness around the city’s birthday party on November 22.
Hamilton City Libraries’ Storytime sessions take on an Indian feel next week, with a focus on Hindu culture’s Diwali festival.
The dog which attacked its owner at her Hamilton home last week has been euthanized.
If you reduce, reuse or recycle you could be eligible for a financial boost from Hamilton City Council.
Council today unanimously signed off on a number of items.
Hamilton Gardens has received the prestigious International Garden of the Year award.
Hamilton City Council is asking for people’s views on proposed changes to the Traffic Bylaw which will also affect the Garden Place Pedestrian Mall.
A mastiff dog which attacked its owner in Hamilton yesterday remains impounded pending completion of a Hamilton City Council Animal Control investigation into the incident.
Hamilton City Council has adopted the 2013/14 Annual Report.
Hamilton Zoo’s new zebra stallion is a friendly young gentleman with an inquisitive nature.
Hamilton’s art offer will be extended when Waikato Museum opens The Barry Hopkins Gallery on 17 October 2014.
Hamilton City Council has today voted in favour of offering Riverlea Theatre and Arts Centre first right of refusal to buy the land on which the group’s theatre sits.
Hamilton City Council today approved a proposal for the Hamilton Safety in Public Places Bylaw to go out for public consultation.
Public feedback will be sought on Council’s draft proposal to sell its pensioner housing.
Hamilton City Council Chief Executive, Barry Harris, says the Coroner’s Court decision on the suicide of a staff member at Waikato Museum, Ray Mayes, was released today.
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