Hamilton Zoo has enjoyed a record year of visitor numbers with 128,519 visitors through the door in the last financial year.
Turf Manager Karl Johnson has returned to Apia, Samoa, to assist with preparation for the Pacific Island nation’s historic hosting of the All Blacks Test later this month.
Heritage building owners could soon apply for help with maintenance and restoration costs if the Council’s draft Heritage Plan and funding guidelines go ahead.
Hamilton City Council today voted to adopt the 10-Year Plan for 2015-2025.
Smelly toilets, a giant nose, a huge mouth and a heart that never stops beating all feature in a new family-focussed exhibition at Waikato Museum.
You are invited to join Jetstar General Manager, Grant Kerr, and local leaders to discuss Jetstar’s recent announcement to bring low cost airfares to the regions. Hamilton is one of the Regional Airports in the running for this opportunity.
More than 3500 roses at Hamilton Gardens will be pruned next week when the annual Rogers Rose Garden’s maintenance programme begins.
Plans to connect Hamilton with a series of cycle ways have received a $3 million funding boost through the Government’s Urban Cycleways Fund.
A large crane will be used to winch out large pieces of poplar trees during a major pruning job at Melville’s Sandford Park this week.
Road and water maintenance works will be carried out near the Five Cross Roads roundabout this week.
A stand of 12 mature Kowhai trees has been added to the Waikato River corridor after a community planting initiative by Hamilton's Awatere Club.
Hamilton’s Taitua Arboretum has earned high praise from Trip Advisor, one of the world’s most influential travel websites.
Plans to add another four concept gardens to Hamilton Gardens are a step closer following a Lottery Significant Projects Fund Committee grant of $2.5m for the project.
An extraordinary Hamilton City Council meeting was held on June 4 and 5 to discuss the 10-Year Plan.
Portugal’s U-20 national football team will hold a short football skills session with students from Whitiora School this afternoon.
Visitors heading to Hamilton for this week’s FIFA U-20 World Cup 2015 matches and the National Agricultural Fieldays are being urged to leave early for their destinations.
Sports fans are being urged to don their whites and “whiteout” Hamilton’s Waikato Stadium on Thursday for the Junior All Whites’ match in the FIFA U-20 World Cup 2015.
Hamilton honorary citizen Benoit Mottrie from Ieper, Belgium, has been recognised for his services to the ANZAC commemorations making this year's Queen's Birthday List.
A new monthly musical recital will give Hamiltonians the chance to experience performances by some of the city’s best classical music talents.
A 28 million year old giant penguin fossil found at Kawhia in 2006 will be shown for the first time alongside its 3D scanned profile in a new exhibition at Waikato Museum.
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