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Current vacancies, how to apply, information for recruitment agencies and our Vision.
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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 next stages of safety improvements to Ruakura Road, and a road closure on Silverdale Road are set to get underway in the coming days.
A $75,000 donation to the Hamilton Gardens will see the much-loved attraction’s café upgraded next year.
From next week rubbish and recycling will be collected one day later than usual following the Labour Day weekend.
Hamilton City Council is warning that changes to planning rules announced by the Government have the potential to fundamentally change the face of the city.
Hamilton’s central city is one step closer to securing a piece of the government’s $1 billion Infrastructure Acceleration Fund.
Mayor Paula Southgate is urging people to keep their distance at popular outdoor spots following the government’s decision to extend Alert Level 3 in Hamilton.
Hamilton’s favourite Transylvanian statue Riff Raff is temporarily on the move as part of a programme of work to rejuvenate the Central City’s south end.
A year of challenges, changes, and accolades summarise Hamilton City Council’s 2020/21 Koorero Whakaraapopoto (Annual Report).
A new subdivision in Hamilton’s Peacocke neighbourhood has been given the green light to deliver new homes and protect the environment in the area.
Proposed changes to Council’s naming of roads policy would give mana whenua more time to consider and influence the names of new roads in Hamilton.
To help support local businesses impacted by the recent COVID-19 alert levels, Council is offering rent relief to tenants of Council-owned facilities.
Plans for the new Peacocke community will help create the first climate-ready neighbourhood in Hamilton.
Essential services will continue as Hamilton City Council once again prepares for a move to COVID-19 Alert Level 3.
Hamilton Mayor Paula Southgate is imploring Hamiltonians to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Residents, businesses, land owners and young people across the Waikato are being urged to have their say on an updated 30-year growth management strategy.
Hamilton City Council agreed today to stay involved in reform discussions but put a number of conditions in place.
From an adored gelato store to workers sitting atop the Fairfield Bridge – Hamilton’s new heritage calendar is full of history and nostalgia.
Hamilton City Council is urging residents to have their say on Council’s proposed new structure, as part of its representation review.
International credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P) has kept Hamilton City Council’s positive credit rating as AA-.
Continued investment in the infrastructure of Hamilton will see significant upgrades in the water system in Dinsdale.