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28 NOVEMBER 2007: An appeal lodged in the Court of Appeal to quash the Hamilton City Council Prostitution Bylaw 2004 was today dismissed.
28 NOVEMBER 2007: Victorious Melbourne Cup winner and proud Hamiltonian Graeme Rogerson was honoured yesterday [Tuesday, 27 November 2007] in a civic event organised by Hamilton mayor Bob Simcock.
27 NOVEMBER 2007: Hamilton residents have very high quality of life and the city's economy is performing steadily in an environment of rapid population growth, according to a new report.
26 NOVEMBER 2007: Waterworld's two new speed slides have been temporarily closed until next Monday [3 December 2007] for improvement works.
22 NOVEMBER 2007: The following roads works are scheduled to be undertaken during the period of Thursday 22 November to Monday 24 December as part of the programme of works preparing the track for the Hamilton 400 V8 Supercars street race to be held in Hamilton 18–20 April 2008.
22 NOVEMBER 2007: This week people throughout Hamilton and New Zealand are wearing white ribbons to show they do not tolerate or condone violence against women.
21 NOVEMBER 2007: Rose Hamilton Gardens was launched at the Pacific Rose Bowl Festival this week. Dr Sam McGredy says the rose will be his best and his last, a fitting swansong for the world's most renowned breeder.
21 NOVEMBER 2007: Visitors to Waikato Museum have the opportunity to experience a summer of Italian culture as Qui Tutto Bene – The Italians in New Zealand exhibition opens this Saturday [24 November 2007].
16 NOVEMBER 2007: Next week [19-23 Nov], Hamilton embarks on the most significant city design initiative the city has seen in recent times.
13 NOVEMBER 2007: Hamilton City Council is being recognised for being one of only three councils nationwide to respond to central Government's call to make it easier for homeowners to adopt energy efficient heating in their homes through the waiver of consent fees.
13 NOVEMBER 2007: On the eve of the opening of the 2007 Ellerslie International Flower Show, Hamilton City Council has received a bronze award for its entry in the Local Authority Flower Bed competition.
2 NOVEMBER 2007: Today's first meeting of the new Council determined Council committee memberships, delegations and appointments to external agencies.
1 NOVEMBER 2007: Council CEO Michael Redman today announced the appointment of Chris Allen to the role General Manager Works and Services for Council. Chris is currently Transit New Zealand Regional Manager.
31 OCTOBER 2007: The following roads works are scheduled to be undertaken during the period of Wednesday 31 October to Tuesday 19 November as part of the programme of works preparing the track for the Hamilton 400 V8 Supercars street race to be held in Hamilton 18–20 April 2008.
30 OCTOBER 2007: Hamilton Central Library users can expect restricted access to the facility from 5-23 November 2007 as it undergoes re-carpeting.
19 OCTOBER 2007: It's been farewells and welcomes at Hamilton Zoo's cheetah enclosure with two recent departures and arrivals.
19 OCTOBER 2007: The Mighty River Waikato: from Hinaki to Hydropower opens at Waikato Museum on Saturday, 27 October 2007 signifying a landmark destination exhibition that is a first for the museum.
16 OCTOBER 2007: Hamilton City Council CEO Michael Redman has announced the separation of City Libraries and Waikato Museum into stand-alone entities.
13 OCTOBER 2007: Hamilton city has elected Bob Simcock as mayor.
12 OCTOBER 2007: Haven’t got time to post your vote in to make it on time to count. That’s no problem in Hamilton because on Saturday morning from 8am to 12 noon a drive-through voting service will be operating in the Anglesea Street car park by the main Council building.