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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.
26 JULY 2007: Major works required to prepare the Rostrevor and Tristram Streets roundabout start this week.
6 JULY 2007: A Community Liaison Group has been formed and is now meeting regularly and providing feedback from the Frankton area to Council and the event promoter regarding issues arising from the V8 Supercars event.
28 JUNE 2007: Hamilton City Council's move to reduce the ratepayer subsidy on cemetery burial fees will see a rise of several hundred dollars in fees in the coming year.
27 JUNE 2007: Internationally renowned authority on city futures Charles Landry, will be visiting Hamilton next week. Hamilton City Council has with the support of New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, secured Charles Landry's services as a world-class creative thinker and facilitator to assist in the development of Hamilton's Creativity and Identity Strategy.
22 JUNE 2007: Landscape work in preparation for the V8 event begins in earnest this weekend with the removal of trees identified for the development of the area.
20 JUNE 2007: This election, Hamilton children will have their say about who they think should run the city thanks to a new initiative being offered to schools.
19 JUNE 2007: Waikato Museum is calling upon Hamilton's Italian community to assist in compiling a planned exhibition on migrant Italian families in Hamilton and the Waikato.
11 JUNE 2007: Hamilton City Council has completed its final budget meeting for the 2007/2008 financial year and is still planning a slight reduction in rates from what was outlined in the ten year plan adopted last year.
8 JUNE 2007: Roundabouts in Hamilton will be patrolled by Police from this week as the next stage of the INDIK8 campaign that began in February. After months of promotion prompting drivers to INDIK8 at roundabouts this stage seeks to ensure drivers are indicating at roundabouts.
5 JUNE 2007: A fish pass, which allows small fish to access one of the streams running into the Waikato River when water levels are low, has just been built at Bankwood Stream.
23 MAY 2007: Bob Simcock has been appointed as Hamilton mayor at this evening's Council Meeting.
23 MAY 2007: A three-week trial cull of feral pigeons on central Hamilton bridges will begin on Monday, 28 May 2007.
23 MAY 2007: A new mayor is to be appointed at this evening's Ordinary Meeting of Council.
22 MAY 2007: Cars infringing parking restrictions on city clearways and bus stops now run a higher risk of being towed.
21 MAY 2007: Michael Redman is to relinquish the mayoralty with his appointment to the role of chief executive at Hamilton City Council. The announcement was made on Friday by deputy mayor Bob Simcock following an extraordinary meeting of Council Thursday afternoon where the decision to appoint Mr Redman as CEO was made.
17 MAY 2007: Next week sees the start of major works along Mill St to prepare the street circuit for the V8 Supercars event next April.
16 MAY 2007: Motorists on the Southern Motorway today (16 May) may spot some unusual and heavy cargo as Hamilton Zoo and Auckland Zoo transfer four white rhino between the two facilities – weighing over six tonne between them.
11 MAY 2007: To help residents understand recent property revaluations, and their impact on rates for next year, a rating and property search has been made available online at the Hamilton website www.hamilton.co.nz.
9 MAY 2007: Council is currently considering a suite of hard hitting responses intended to directly reduce the negative impact of 'boy racer' activity on the city's residents and business owners.
8 MAY 2007: At this year's second citizenship ceremony held last night [Monday, 7 May 2007], Hamilton welcomed 300 new citizens.