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Internationally recognised rugby coach and distinguished former international rugby player Warren Gatland will receive an honorary city ambassadorship from Hamilton City Council.
All reports put the Strategy and Policy Committee were received today. Voting numbers are in brackets.
Oz and Sali, Hamilton Zoo’s two Sumatran tigers, are getting to know each other a little better.
Decisions have been released today on the Proposed District Plan by Council’s independent commissioners. As a result of the decisions, rule changes come in to affect as from today.
Progressive Enterprises have been granted resource consent to construct a Countdown supermarket at 160 Peachgrove Road.
Council today unanimously signed off on a number of items.
Council today agreed to gift two parcels of land to Te Runanga o Kirikiriroa Trust to support their Social Housing Development initiative in Enderley.
Fluoride was added to the city’s Water Treatment Plant at 3pm today.
Waikato Museum has launched an interactive website to help uncover the untold stories of the men and women of the Waikato during World War One.
Waikato Museum has partnered with the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa in a recent initiative.
Hamilton City Council will launch a tactile map of the central city at a special event on Monday (30 June).
Today, the High Court refused Safe Water Alternative NZ Inc’s (SWANZ) application for interim relief of fluoride into Hamilton’s water supply.
Hamilton City Council has supported a staff recommendation to undertake a business case examination into a jointly-owned public company to manage water infrastructure.
After three workshops focused on Land Value (LV) versus Capital Value (CV) rating systems, Council today agreed to prepare a proposal for the public for a change from LV to CV.
Hamilton City Council is sticking to its financial plan and is ready to reinvest in the city.
An exhibition featuring traditional Maaori kaakahu (cloaks) and weaving from five generations of one family opens on 29 June at Waikato Museum.
Council has declined the Hamilton Homeless group’s permit application to serve food in Garden Place and Civic Square seven days a week from 5.30pm to 7pm.
Hamiltonians are being asked how they use the facilities the city provides for dog owners to exercise their pets, and whether they have any ideas on how they can be improved.
Hamilton community-focused events will be able to apply for a funding grant from 1 July.
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