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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.
11 APRIL 2008: This Sunday [13 April, from Saturday night midnight] the Lake Road/King Street intersection and roundabout will be closed to traffic for the installation of the cross track pedestrian overbridge. Access to properties and businesses will remain open until Wednesday night midnight.
11 APRIL 2008: Hamiltonians and visitors to the city are invited to walk the track for the new Hamilton 400 V8 Supercar event on Thursday 17 April.
10 APRIL 2008: In response to notification from Environment Waikato regarding declining river levels, Council is proactively preparing for the possibility of levels dropping below the natural intake points for the city's water treatment plant. A 14 m barge will be launched into the Waikato River today to form part of a pumping system being tested in contingency planning to ensure undisrupted water supply to the city.
8 APRIL 2008: Environment Waikato and Hamilton City Council are to help shift more than 200,000 litres of contaminated liquids and sludge away from the site of the still burning Tamahere industrial fire.
8 APRIL 2008: As the big V8s prepare for their first ever showdown in the inaugural Hamilton 400, a special timetable of free bus services designed to lessen the amount of traffic congestion and reduce the carbon footprint of the event has been announced.
1 APRIL 2008: The inaugural Hamilton 400 festivities will be launched in style with Hamilton mayor Bob Simcock hosting the Hamilton Mark Porter Memorial Dinner on Thursday April 17.
27 MARCH 2008: The total ban on sprinkler use in Hamilton will continue indefinitely due to the persistent drought conditions in the city and surrounding region.
26 MARCH 2008: Hamilton Zoo is offering Hamiltonians the opportunity to have their trees pruned free of charge while providing tasty fare for its resident giraffes.
20 MARCH 2008: Waikato tourism operators are being invited to participate in reinforcing the region as a destination through the Visit Hamilton Tourism Conference 2008 on 31 March 2008 from 1pm-10pm.
10 MARCH 2008: Waikato Museum has just completed its most successful February in terms of visitor numbers since 2000.
7 MARCH 2008: Hamilton Zoo has become the first zoo in New Zealand to attain accreditation from the Australasian Regional Association of Zoological Parks and Aquaria (ARAZPA).
6 MARCH 2008: The first tangible works in the development of a new landmark facility at Claudelands Events Centre will begin this month as the historic Claudelands Grandstand is set to be relocated east.
5 MARCH 2008: Graffiti, litter and community spirit will be the target for over 500 volunteers hitting the streets of Enderley for a clean up this weekend. As part of Hamilton City Council's graffiti co-ordination work Council is joining forces with the New Zealand Police, Enderley residents and hundreds of Mormon Helping Hands volunteers to stage the Enderley Working Bee.
4 MARCH 2008: A complete ban on sprinkler use in Hamilton will continue until the end of March following a review of local and regional conditions. The ban will be subject to a formal assessment of the situation every fortnight and if conditions improve significantly consideration will be given to lifting the ban earlier.
25 FEBRUIARY 2008: General Manager Environmental Services Graeme Fleming is leaving Council to head up what is thought to be New Zealand's biggest environmental project.
21 FEBRUARY 2008: Council has established a free service for Hamiltonians to recycle their mercury lighting, adding a further dimension to its energy efficiency initiatives.
15 FEBRUARY 2008: Hamilton City Councillors are proposing an average rates rise for existing city ratepayers of 5.09 per cent following a meeting this week to consider the 2008/09 Annual Plan.
11 FEBRUARY 2008: Hamilton City Libraries patrons have the opportunity to get up close and personal with their favourite State Northern Knights at several community libraries this week.
11 FEBRUARY 2008: A much-valued member of the Hamilton City Council team recently celebrated the extraordinary achievement of 50 years service to the city.
8 FEBRUARY 2008: Hamilton City Councillors meet next week to consider the Proposed Annual Plan for the 2008/09 financial year with the likelihood that the average rate rise will be below what was forecast in the long-term plan.