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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.
Coinciding with Wills Month, a new exhibition at Waikato Museum celebrates the generosity of local citizens, philanthropists, collectors and artists.
Speed limits have been formally changed in six locations around the city following consultation with the community.
The Hamilton i-SITE has had a presence in Garden Place in recent years, and will close in its current location on Sunday, 22 September.
A section of Hamilton’s riverside Matakanohi Reserve will be closed for two days this week for a tree pruning operation.
Safety, resilience and investments were key themes for Hamilton City Council in the past 12-months.
Hundreds of competitive high school swimmers will descend on Waterworld this weekend when the facility hosts the 2019 NZ Secondary School Swimming Championships.
Hamilton City Council is undertaking work on streets in various parts of the city over the next week to address safety issues and meet routine maintenance requirements.
During this project, we will also take the opportunity to complete a full structural assessment to help inform our future renewals and maintenance programme.
Phil Twyford, joined Mayor Andrew King, iwi representatives, local elected representatives and other key stakeholders at a site overlooking the planned new bridge over the Waikato River.
Rugby fans converging on Hamilton for the All Blacks vs Tonga rugby test this Saturday can include a pre-match trip to see some of the game’s iconic images at Waikato Museum.
The recent death of the world-renowned rose breeder Dr Sam McGredy at age 87 has been sadly acknowledged by Hamilton Gardens, where his legacy is still felt.
The new Western Interceptor will require one northbound lane to be closed on Mangaharakeke Dr (State Highway 1) starting from today (Tuesday 3 September).
Hamilton’s FMG Stadium Waikato hosts the All Blacks’ final home Test of the season this Saturday, as the three-time world champions meet Tonga’s Ikale Tahi on Saturday.
Hamilton City Council’s arborists need to prune and remove trees on a steep roadside bank of Memorial Dr. A section of the road will be closed this Wednesday
Three reports from partner organisations painted a positive picture of the Waikato region and Hamilton at today’s meeting the Council’s Growth and Infrastructure Committee.
The hub will be a combined bus and rail public transport facility, and will include a pedestrian link across the rail line to The Base.
Better connections for a growing city and a great example of a partnership is how Chief Executive Richard Briggs has welcomed today’s funding decision for Hamilton-Auckland passenger rail infrastructure.
The Council’s Community, Services and Environment Committee met yesterday (22 August), for the final time this triennium.
More than 70% of submitters to the Draft Hamilton Gardens Management Plan support ongoing development of Hamilton’s key visitor attraction.
Be seen. Be heard. Be safe. The more ways we have to move around the city the better. The e-scooters you'll soon see in Hamilton are for everyone to enjoy and share.