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Free parking for the Christmas city

If Santa wants to park his sleigh in Hamilton’s central city this Christmas season, he won’t need to ask his elves for parking meter money.

Designs for Ferrybank transformation to go on show

Hamiltonians are getting the chance to see how a major transformation of Ferrybank might look as part of plans to turn it into the city's premier waterfront destination.

Councils working together to combat water theft

Three local councils have formed an action group to identify and prevent companies and individuals from illegally taking water from fire hydrants.

Hamilton Gardens reopens following bomb threat

Hamilton Gardens reopened today at 3.15pm, following Police closing the park after an anonymous bomb threat tip off.

$50,000 boost for Hamilton's great waste ideas

Eight projects to help Hamilton residents reduce, re-use and recycle their waste have been given a share of $50,000.

Council rolls out red light campaign

“Use your head, stop on red” is the message being rolled out around Hamilton this summer.

Claudelands' past explored in new exhibition

The history of Claudelands is going under the spotlight in a new exhibition at Hamilton Central Library.

Property valuation notices available online

New valuations for residential and commercial properties in Hamilton are now on the Council’s website.

Public Park offering home-grown gourmet delights

Visitors to Hamilton Gardens can now take home a taste of the city’s most popular visitor attraction.

Hamilton competes to give Rudolph his red nose

Hamilton City Council is giving Hamiltonians a chance to decorate their own reindeer in the Dec-a-Deer competition starting today (24 November).

New mural for Claudelands underpass

A young Hamilton artist has brightened up a previously drab Hamilton road underpass with the latest of a series of new murals across the city.

Playgrounds plan wins recreation association award

Hamilton City Council's plan to develop playgrounds across the city has won a New Zealand Recreation Association award.

Mayor Hardaker speaks out against female violence

Mayor Julie Hardaker and Deputy Mayor Gordon Chesterman have signed the Pledge supporting this year’s anti-violence White Ribbon campaign.

Resurfacing work on Killarney Road

Hamilton City Council will be resurfacing part of Killarney Rd, including the Queens Ave intersection, over the next few days as part of our road maintenance programme.

Community called to plant a stake in the ground against family violence

Hamilton residents are invited to “put a stake in the ground” against family violence this November 26 and plant a white ribbon outside the Good News Community Centre.

White Ribbon event at Enderley Community Centre

Hamilton City Council’s Enderley Community Centre is the venue for a community event on Saturday (21 November), in support of the nationwide White Ribbon campaign against domestic violence.

Working group to seek best waste options

A Waste Working Group has been created to develop the best options for the future of Hamilton’s rubbish collection, following a decision by the Council’s Finance Committee this afternoon.

Council backing Rotokauri growth

Providing for another 20,000 residents in the northwestern fringe of Hamilton City took another step forward today as the Council’s Finance Committee approved a $7.6 million wastewater project for Rotokauri.

Flag at half-mast in tribute to Lomu

An All Blacks flag flies at half-mast above the Hamilton City Council building this week as a mark of respect to the late Jonah Lomu.

New property valuations for city homeowners

New property valuations will be on the Council’s website next week.

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