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23 SEPTEMBER 2009: New security measures have been put in place and activated today at the city’s seven water reservoir sites. The new measures enhance public safety and reinforce the integrity of security at the facilities.
23 SEPTEMBER 2009: Hamilton's young talent will be showcased tomorrow night [24 September] at Founders Theatre for the Recognyz Youth Awards '09.
22 SEPTEMBER 2009:Local residents have been given the opportunity to exhibit their art publicly – many for the first time – thanks to a community art project coordinated by Waikato Museum.
19 SEPTEMBER 2009: Hamilton City Libraries will be marking 125 years of service next month – with celebrations set to kick off in truly dramatic style this Saturday [26 September].
15 SEPTEMBER 2009: The 'Christmas at Clarence St' theatre programme is back for 2009 – with an extended season and great line-up of entertainment in time for the festive season.
14 SEPTEMBER 2009: Work to repair slip damage to a section of the Waikato River pathway in Hamilton, is set to begin in early Summer.
14 SEPTEMBER 2009: Hamilton City Council contractors are to remove a private deck encroaching on public land at 1156 Victoria St, Hamilton.
11 SEPTEMBER 2009: Dressing up their shop in 'all black' has seen Hamilton's Lone Star win a signed All Blacks jersey and an encounter with a New Zealand rugby legend in the build-up to tomorrow's big test match between the All Blacks and Springboks.
9 SEPTEMBER 2009: Entries are now open for one of Hamilton's highest honours – the Hamilton Civic Awards.
8 SEPTEMBER 2009: Prime Minister John Key today launched Future Proof, a new strategy to manage growth in the Future Proof area, which includes Hamilton City, and Waikato and Waipa districts. Kiingi Tuheitia was also in attendance at the launch in Hamilton as a supporter of the strategy which has involved tangata whenua as a key partner.
5 SEPTEMBER 2009: One person's rubbish is another person's art – an artwork resembling the contents of an upturned wastepaper bin has been announced as the winner of the Trust Waikato National Contemporary Art Award 2009.
28 AUGUST 2009: Hamilton City Council has purchased the Downtown Plaza car park for the strategically important role it will play in the revitalisation of the central city.
27 AUGUST 2009: Hamilton City Council today welcomed a $938 million investment in the region's roads.
27 AUGUST 2009: Forty-three finalists have been selected from amongst 283 entries for the Trust Waikato National Contemporary Art Award 2009. Now in its ninth year, the annual award is renowned for the challenging and often controversial entries it attracts – and this year is no exception.
21 AUGUST 2009: The Hamilton Central Business Association has established its executive committee with the aim of further enhancing the commercial, retail and hospitality sectors of the central city.
20 AUGUST 2009: Residents along a section of Lake Domain Drive in Hamilton are currently without water after a water main broke around 3.30pm this afternoon.
20 AUGUST 2009: It is a case of 'the show must go on' at Claudelands, despite construction now currently underway onsite.
19 AUGUST 2009: An exhibition that takes a fresh look at Hamilton's history opens to the public at Waikato Museum this Saturday, 22 August.
17 AUGUST 2009: The Hamilton Central Business Association will take its last formal establishment step this week before taking up its role as the Business Improvement District (BID) for the central city.
17 AUGUST 2009: This is the last week to view the international blockbuster exhibition Da Vinci Machines at Waikato Museum before it leaves Australasia.