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April

ANZAC Day photos

See all the photos from the Hamitlon dawn and civic events on Saturday.

City honours war veterans with street named ANZAC Parade

Our ANZAC soldiers will be remembered in the centre of Hamilton with the renaming of Bridge Street to ANZAC Parade.

Young war poet will help launch Waikato WW1 exhibition

A World War One commemorative poem written by a Waingaro School student will be read by the author at the official opening of the WW1 exhibition For Us They Fell.

Applications open for Multi-Year Community Grant

Hamilton City Council is now taking applications for its Multi-Year Community Grant.

Special tributes for ANZAC Day

This year’s annual ANZAC Day Dawn and Civic ceremonies on 25 April will be full of extra tributes, to acknowledge the significance of ANZAC Day’s WW100 commemorations.

Hamilton residents asked for patience after unrelenting rain

Hamilton City Council is urging the city’s residents to be cautious and patient after 12 hours of unrelenting rain across the Waikato today.

Winning wire creation will get $8,000

An $8,000 cash prize is waiting for the winner of the Fieldays® No.8 Wire National Art Award and there are only days to go.

Former Hamilton West MP and city councillor passes away

Former Hamilton city councillor and Labour MP for Hamilton West, Dorothy Jelicich, has died, aged 87.

Hamilton City Council's 10-Year Plan consultation begins today

Hamilton City Council has signed off on its draft 10-Year Plan, paving the way for the public to provide feedback on its budget for the next decade.

Pembroke Street footpath maintenance due to start next week

Hamilton City Council begins maintenance work on the Pembroke Street footpath from Selwyn Street to the top of the hill, on Monday (April 13).

Waterworld: the venue for young water polo stars to shine

Some of New Zealand’s rising water polo stars will get the opportunity to shine as the NZSS division two Water Polo Championships start on 11 April.

A case of law for lunch

Hamilton City Libraries’ Law for Lunch bi-monthly series is gearing up for the first of a two-part series on Employment Law tomorrow.

Council confirms changes to Community Assistance Funding

Hamilton City Council has today adopted a change to its Community Assistance Funding approach.

Much loved chimp, Chima, dies

Chima, a 20-year old female chimpanzee who recently moved to Hamilton Zoo as part of a regional breeding programme, died on Saturday.

Council finds dog believed to have killed pet chickens

Hamilton City Council’s Animal Education and Control team says it has identified the dog believed to have killed five pet hens on a Hamilton property over Easter.

Bridge repaint signals start of River Plan

Cobham Bridge is about to become a highly visible symbol of Hamilton City Council’s River Plan, with bright blue paint set to replace its steel grey colour palette.

Time to name two little tigers

Hamilton Zoo has launched a public naming competition for two of its cutest inhabitants – the little Sumatran tiger cubs.

New roundabout at Queens Ave

The Council is making some safety improvements to two busy intersections in Frankton this month, including building a new roundabout at Queens Ave and Lake Road.

African football action for Hamilton

Senegal and Mali will bring African footballing flair to Waikato Stadium this year as the countdown continues to the FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015.

March

Free parking at Garden Place Carpark this Easter

Easter shoppers can enjoy free parking this weekend at the Council’s Garden Place Carpark.

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