A comprehensive group of dedicated, passionate and experienced candidates have been appointed to the newly developed Older Persons’ Advisory Panel.
Following the judgment in South Taranaki, Hamilton City Councillors will vote on whether to continue to keep fluoride out of their water supply, or reinstate it.
A new initiative from Hamilton City Libraries means customers can borrow a "human book" and learn more about people from different cultural backgrounds.
Council has approved development of the iconic Hamilton Gardens and free pools access for children under five in it's Draft Annual Plan.
Work to remove the escalators in Hamilton’s Garden Place Library will begin 3 March.
If you’re contemplating starting your own small business, Hamilton City Libraries can help out. From 3 March, Garden Place Library will be the venue for a series of talks aimed at helping people launch small businesses.
Author and academic Professor Shaun Hendy visits the Hillcrest Library next week to discuss his new book focussing on New Zealand’s economic growth.
Today's legal high deliberations identified the Central City as the preferred location from which legal highs can be sold.
Guided runs through city parks, a Facebook photograph competition and mini-profiles of Hamilton “Hidden Gems” are all part of Parks Week 2014.
From 1 March, a further ten ‘safer speed’ areas will be rolled out in residential neighbourhoods throughout Hamilton.
17 more submitters presented their views today at the final of the draft Psychoactive Substances Policy hearings.
Saturday 1 March is Children's Day, and a range of activities are planned for Garden Place, Waikato Museum, and Garden Place Library.
Yet more cuteness at Hamilton Zoo! Two baby meerkats, less than a month old, are now on display.
14 more submitters presented their views today at day two of the draft Psychoactive Substances Policy hearings.
Applications for Hamilton City Council’s Small Grants Fund are now easier thanks to a new online system.
Today Council heard the views of some key submitters on the draft Psychoactive Substances Policy.
The popular animated film Despicable Me 2 will feature on the big screen for the next Summer In Garden Place event.
Visitors to Hamilton’s Lake Rotoroa are being urged to keep pets and children away from the lake’s water after the re-emergence of algae with the potential to be toxic.
Dust off the family’s bicycles, round up the kids, pack a picnic and learn more about cycling and bike safety at the 2014 Hamilton Bike Wise event.
Hamilton City Council is about to begin work which will see some closed sections of the Waikato River walkway reopened.
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