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Hamilton’s Biking Plan will contribute to a more attractive and liveable city for families
Hamilton Gardens is one of our city’s biggest success stories - read about what's coming next.
The safety of Huntington residents and drivers on Hamilton’s busy Wairere Drive will be improved after decisions made at yesterday’s Council meeting.
One of the fiercest rivalries in world sport resumes at Hamilton's Seddon Park next summer.
Twenty-five sculptural works crafted by artists from throughout New Zealand have been selected as finalists in the Fieldays® No.8 Wire National Art Award.
The levels of the potentially harmful E.Coli have risen in Lake Rotoroa at Hamilton Lake Domain.
Arts advocacy organisation Creative Waikato will host community discussion on the options for Founders Theatre this Wednesday, 25 May.
Hamilton Zoo has named its three-month-old baby chimpanzee after a month-long public naming competition through the popular zoo’s website.
A popular wooden boardwalk around Hamilton Lake Domain’s Lake Rotoroa will be refurbished over the next few weeks.
Sports, poetry, workshops and barbeques are all part of this year’s Youth Week events.
Strong growth in the city has had a positive impact on Hamilton City Council’s $348.7m debt, which is $58.1m less than the year end target of $406.8m.
An exhibition celebrating the art and legacy of Maaori weaving has won Best Exhibition - Regional Taonga Māori at the Museums Aotearoa awards.
Members of the public can now have their say on an addition to a Hamilton City Council policy regulating gambling machine venues.
Towering pine poles beside the road on Hamilton’s Kahikatea Drive have caught the eye of motorists in recent weeks.
Close to 1,000 students from low decile schools in the Waikato region will be taking part in a learning programme at Hamilton Zoo.
Free training courses to encourage people to share their love of biking are being offered by Hamilton City Council and Cycling New Zealand.
Hamilton’s central city is leading the way when it comes to the economic numbers.
People will soon be able to breathe a little easier in Victoria Street after four trees which drop unpleasant-smelling berries are removed.
A $110,000 grant from the Brian Perry Charitable Trust has propelled the Hamilton Gardens development project to within $1m of its $7.033m fundraising target.
As it assesses options for the future of the historic Founders Theatre, the Council is encouraging Waikato's communities to contribute their views.
Hamilton City Council is continuing to slash the amount of red tape that residents, ratepayers and businesses have to comply with.
Maintenance work on Hamilton’s Whitiora (Boundary Road) Bridge will mean night closures of the bridge to traffic between 8-11 May and 15-19 May.