A water leak has appeared at the intersection of Ruakiwi Rd and Pembroke St this morning.
Applications for Hamilton City Council’s Small Grants fund close next Tuesday, 31 March.
A group of children and teachers from the isolated Chatham Islands will arrive at Hamilton Zoo this weekend for a special city weekend experience.
Media are invited to the official unveiling of the Sapper Moore-Jones statue ‘The Line of Fire’. The unveiling on Victoria Street gets underway at 1.30pm on 27 March.
A series of small “pop-up”-style events will mark Neighbours Day Aotearoa across Hamilton this week.
Three of Hamilton’s busiest roundabouts are set for a new splash of colour over coming weeks.
All water restrictions in Hamilton will be lifted from today (20 March) following recent rain, cooler temperatures and people following water restrictions.
One of Hamilton Pools’ liveliest and most active user groups notches up a significant birthday this weekend.
Having successfully hosted three ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 matches, Seddon Park’s busy season concludes with domestic First Class cricket and several community games.
Hamilton City Council’s Tagbusters team will continue their drive to keep Hamilton graffiti free during a nationwide Graffiti Free Week.
The two hydroslides at Hamilton’s Waterworld swimming complex will be out of action for four days next week for vital maintenance work.
A new collaboration between Hamilton City Council and the Youth Advisory Panel kicks off this week, with a search for 30 young high achievers living in the city.
Entry is now open to the National Contemporary Art Award, sponsored by Tompkins Wake Lawyers and Chow: Hill Architects, and managed by Waikato Museum.
Waikato Museum aims to feature a WW1-inspired poem written by a local student as part of the launch for the major exhibition For Us They Fell opening on Anzac Day.
Hamilton residents are invited to give feedback on the proposed Hamilton Stormwater Bylaw.
The vibrancy and diversity will be celebrated across Hamilton next week as the city hosts two more ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 matches.
Hamilton residents are invited to have their say on proposed changes to the Hamilton Dog Control Policy and Bylaw.
For fans around New Zealand, much of the focus of the first 19 days of the ICC Cricket World Cup has been on Pool A - the highlights of which have been sell-out crowds for New Zealand’s victories over Sri Lanka, England and Australia.
There are lots of great activities planned in the CBD for Saturday’s Children’s Day.
The application period for Hamilton City Council’s Small Grants (Community) Fund, which makes grants of up to $5,000 to community organisations is now open.
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