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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.
The canine version of Christmas is coming to Hamilton’s Innes Common this Sunday, 15 December.
New Zealand Football and Football Federation Australia announced today they are jointly bidding to host the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.
Hamilton Zoo is making new traditions this Christmas and invites Hamiltonians to join them and their animal friends for Christmas at the Zoo this Saturday from 11am to 3pm.
Hamilton’s newest sports park in the Rototuna village will be called Korikori Park.
Hamilton Mayor Paula Southgate says a new funding approach offers high-growth cities like Hamilton another option to enable more housing, faster.
The artist of the iconic Gallipoli watercolour, The Man with the Donkey, is one of the subjects of a new Waikato Museum exhibition which opens on Saturday (14 December).
Families of Whakaari White Island victims are already arriving in Hamilton – and the city is making sure it’s ready.
Over the past month, despite some rain, there has been a significant increase in water demand due to the warmer weather.
Hamilton Mayor Paula Southgate says Hamilton is standing by to offer “every support possible” to assist the families and friends of White Island victims.
An array of unique and colourful designs were on display at yesterday’s prizegiving for the annual ‘Design your own Helmet’ competition.
Local iwi group Te Haa o te Whenua o Kirikiriroa (THaWK) joined Hamilton City Council staff and contractors from HEB Construction to bless the site of the Hillsborough wastewater pump station upgrade.
Hamilton Zoo hosted a training event of a unique kind from 27-29 November, led by internationally renowned animal trainer, Peter Giljam from Zoospensefull, currently based in Sweden.
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.
South Waikato potter Fiona Tunnicliffe has won the $3,000 Waikato National Ceramics Premier Award for 2019 with a mid-fired clay work called ‘Blue Horse’.
On Monday 9 December, construction fencing will be installed around part of the Netball Centre facility at Hamilton’s Minogue Park.
Hamilton’s newest sculpture will be unveiled and presented to the city next Monday (9 December) at a public event kicking off at 6:30pm at Victoria on the River.
Hamilton is giving rubbish bags the sack in favour of an exciting new kerbside rubbish and recycling service starting 1 July 2020.
Summer is officially here so it’s time to start thinking about how much water we use. While we aren’t at water alert levels yet, it’s not far away if we keep using the amount we are.
The 2019 Waiclay National Ceramics Awards, worth more than $6,500 overall, will be announced on Friday 6 December.
Hamilton City Council is proud to support International Day of Persons with Disabilities, which this year highlights engagement, participation, leadership and wellbeing.