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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.
Reports to Hamilton City Council’s Finance Committee yesterday indicated a continued trend of strong growth in the city.
Hamilton has become the first city in New Zealand to join the Global Network for Age-Friendly Cities and Communities.
Maintenance work to replace the roof of the city’s oldest reservoir to ensure the stored fresh water is safe and secure starts on Monday.
Hearings on Hamilton City Council’s draft 10-Year Plan commence at 9.30am, not 11am as stated in the May edition of City News.
If your dog loves mud, and you don’t mind getting a bit grubby, come along to our Dirty Dog Challenge in June.
Hamilton may soon have more than 1615 new homes through three new Special Housing Areas.
The squelch under the boots and the smell of damp soil are synonymous with wetlands, the theme for this year’s Arbor Day at Waiwhakareke Natural Heritage Park.
Hamilton City Council has updated the publicly-available online submission documents on the draft 10-Year Plan
The regular Mayor's Music Matinee is on this Friday (11 May), 1pm at Creative Waikato.
Two of Hamilton’s cultural institutions became an homage to all things agricultural tonight with two exhibition openings celebrating New Zealand’s rural spirit.
2190 submissions on Hamilton City Council’s draft 10-Year Plan has been reflected in a record number of people who wish to speak about it to the Council.
Waterworld’s Lido outdoor pool, hydroslides and speed slides will close on the Monday of Queen’s Birthday Weekend (2 June to June 4) after an extended season.
Hamilton City Council has opened an Expression of Interest process to find a group to occupy a small publicly owned site in Fairfield.
Hamilton Mayor Andrew King says continued queries about the validity of the city’s financial information are ‘mischief-making’.
With so much going on in Hamilton this weekend, we have collated our fab five things to do
Hamilton City Council has introduced a weight limit for the Grantham St car park and boat ramp.
Safety improvements for Hamilton’s transport network, and work to reduce future congestion, can happen sooner if Government enables a regional fuel tax outside Auckland.
Drivers are asked to take an alternate route to the busy Queens Ave/Killarney Rd intersection during construction.
A section of river path below Waikato Museum will be closed from tomorrow while a new connecting path is created.
Supporters, officials and families are being urged to “Park Smarter” around Hamilton’s sports grounds.