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Build Hamilton, PIM applications, earthquake register and more building information.
Arts events, public & performing art, artist support, Arts Agenda and more.
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Current vacancies, how to apply, information for recruitment agencies and our Vision.
Have your say, Community Outcomes, Council submissions, public notices and more.
Hamilton Gardens is one of our city’s biggest success stories - read about what's coming next.
Hamiltonians are passionate about the Waikato River – read about what's planned for its future.
11 JUNE 2008: Annual plan meetings for 08/09 held this week saw important progression of the next phase of the CityHeart project including a decision to cease any further investigation of a lane though the northern end of Garden Place.
11 JUNE 2008: A strong deterrent for illegally parking in spaces allocated to those displaying a Mobility Parking Permit will be introduced from 26 June.
9 JUNE 2008: Hamilton City Council has completed its final budget meeting for the 2008/2009 financial year and has confirmed an average rate rise to existing ratepayers of 5.29%, being lower than the 6.56% rise forecasted in the 2006-16 Long Term Plan.
6 JUNE 2008: Council CEO Michael Redman announced today that Brian Croad has been appointed as the new General Manager Environmental Services.
26 MAY 2008: The process of gathering feedback on the Hamilton 400 V8 event from interested parties will close off at the end of this week to ensure momentum is maintained on the formal review.
14 MAY 2008: Trash will be hitting the Hamilton catwalk in the next few months, but not as you know it!
14 MAY 2008: Hamilton City Council are tackling Melville Underpass' persistent vandalism with a roar thanks to some new pint-sized partners.
13 MAY 2008: It's time to get loud in the library!
9 MAY 2008: Once upon a time finding accommodation during major events in Hamilton was like finding a needle in a Fieldays haystack. But those days are numbered thanks to Hamilton City Council's innovative new easy breezy, city-wide accommodation booking service.
9 MAY 2008: The review process for the Hamilton 400 V8 event is now well underway with the appointment of the independent chairperson Peter Stubbs.
6 MAY 2008: Hamilton Zoo animals will soon be more secure, with the erection of a new perimeter fence around two-thirds of the facility.
6 MAY 2008: Hamilton Zoo is thrilled to announce the arrival of a new baby Cotton-topped Tamarin.
2 MAY 2008: Cyclist numbers have risen significantly in Hamilton in the last twelve months. Overall, a recent annual cycle cordon count, part of a study which has taken place since 1980, shows that cyclist levels are over 10 percent higher than last year.
2 MAY 2008: The first bus lane in Hamilton will go into operation on Monday 5 May 2008, the first day of the second term. The dedicated lane will run along the east side of Hukanui Road between Elmira Avenue and to the intersection of Clarkin Road/Snell Drive – Davies Corner.
29 APRIL 2008: The total ban on sprinkler use in Hamilton will end this month. As of Thursday 1 May, Hamilton residents may resume watering gardens and lawns without restriction.
23 APRIL 2008: As the dust settles after the biggest weekend Hamilton has ever seen, Council elected members have nothing but praise for how Hamilton residents responded to the challenge of hosting the largest annual event in New Zealand.
22 APRIL 2008: Entry to The Trust Waikato National Contemporary Art Award is now open, offering artists from both Hamilton and right across New Zealand the opportunity to showcase their work in this prominent national competition and feature in a major exhibition at the Waikato Museum.
21 APRIL 2008: When the Last Post echoes out this Anzac Day, special tribute will be paid to the vital part wartime women played in the New Zealand war effort.
21 APRIL 2008: Hamiltonians are invited to extend their ANZAC Day experience this year at Waikato Museum through a programme of remembrance, including a preview performance of the play Strange Resting Places.
16 APRIL 2008: It's usually a cold day in a hot place when you'd see Ford and Holden \"it\" boys Greg Murphy and Jason Bright waving the same colours. But the cold day is here. Come race day both motorsport legends are going green to make the most of pit stops and maximise their vehicle performance with Hamilton City Council's Drive like a Saint campaign.