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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.
Visitors to Waikato Museum will be the first in New Zealand to see the latest international exhibition about dinosaurs that has already wowed thousands of Australians.
Children’s Day events kick off this Sunday and will run over two weekends in Hamilton, giving our kids double the love.
Waikato fans of live performance can now experience what it will be like to look all around inside their future favourite venue.
Hamilton City Council is offering more than $360,000 to support major events which bring vibrancy, economic benefits and showcase Hamilton’s outstanding arts and culture.
Hamilton’s newest sports park – Korikori Park – in North Rototuna was officially opened with a special community event last Friday, 21 February.
Players from Hamilton Raiders Baseball Club took their first strides on the new international grade baseball diamond at Mahoe Park in Melville this week.
A collaborative, inclusive and forward-thinking city were key themes at this month’s Hamilton City Council’s Community Committee Meeting.
A new guided tour at Waikato Museum will showcase hidden treasures and allow visitors to enter areas of the museum normally out of bounds.
A combination of warm weather, a six-day working week, and a supportive and understanding community helped complete the works within budget and ahead of schedule.
From music to seminars, here’s what is happening in Hamilton this week.
Love Your Bike Day is cycling towards its seventh year and will be once again a day of free fun for all on Sunday 23 February, between 10am and 12pm, at Claudelands Park, Hamilton.
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.
Collaboration, partnerships, potential new funding options, and a desire to ensure future growth takes a ‘whole-of-community’ approach were key at today’s Strategic Growth Committee Meeting.
Hamilton City Council chief executive Richard Briggs has been granted his first pay rise since 2017.
Hamilton is wheeling out a new kerbside rubbish and recycling service from July 2020.
Visitors are still welcome at Waikato Museum while its exterior is spruced up this month.
Hamilton City Council is slashing water usage across its operations, supporting the community’s water saving efforts.
The change means garden sprinklers cannot be used, in either residential or commercial properties, and hand-held hosing only is permitted.
Testing this week showed a heightened level of bacteria in the water and as a precautionary measure the water feature is being drained overnight and will be closed on Waitangi Day.
Hamilton Zoo’s chimpanzee enclosure is getting a major upgrade.