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The force awakens at the Central Library this Saturday (10 October) with the return of international Star Wars Reads Day.
Hamilton City Council is currently investigating the cause of the deaths of two dogs exercised in Minogue Park in September, 2015.
Trust Waikato has donated its $1.92 million art collection to Hamilton City Council and expects to help purchase future artworks of value to the region.
New Zealand artists and community groups interested in exhibiting their work in 2016 are invited to apply to ArtsPost Galleries and Shop.
Hamilton City Council will allow the use of drones in various public locations, but drone "pilots" will need permission to fly above other sites.
The Strategy and Policy Committee made a number of decisions for the draft Local Alcohol Policy (LAP) on Tuesday 27 September.
Thursday 1 October marks the 25th anniversary of International Day of Older Persons, with the day celebrated by a variety of groups around Hamilton.
The process of developing Hamilton’s Local Alcohol Policy (LAP) will recommence today.
Hamilton dog owners are being urged to keep their animals under close supervision at Minogue Park after the death of two dogs exercised there in recent days.
The public can have their say on Hamilton’s draft Central City Transformation Plan (CCTP) from today (28 September).
Organisations and members of the public who wish to support the family and work of Hamilton Zoo Curator Samantha Kudeweh can do so through two channels.
The improvement works on Tuhikaramea Road, privately funded by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, have restarted after a halt to construction over winter.
Residents in Hamilton’s southwestern suburbs may see a high-tech mobile laboratory in action next week; one of the latest tools deployed to help fulfil the aims of the Hamilton City Council’s Biking Plan.
Motorists are being urged to be aware of coming changes to traffic flows on one of Hamilton’s busiest roundabouts.
Dr Who fans won’t have to travel through time and space to hear from the author of a book compiling 15 years of comics about the time lord, just head down to the Central Library.
Hamilton City Council’s Strategy and Policy Committee has recommended the public have their say on the Council’s draft Central City Transformation Plan (CCTP).
Hamilton Zoo’s male Sumatran tiger Oz will not be euthanized following the death of Zoo Curator Samantha Kudeweh yesterday (20 September, 2015).
The family of Hamilton Zoo Curator Samantha Kudeweh have gathered at her Waikato home following her death on Sunday, 20 September, at the zoo she loved.
We are deeply saddened to confirm the death of a female Hamilton Zoo staff member today after an attack by one of the zoo’s Sumatran tigers this morning.
Tuesday 22 September is World Car Free Day, and businesses and individuals are being encouraged to reduce their reliance on their vehicle for one or more days.