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28 JUNE 2012: New signage to be installed at Hamilton's Hammond Park tells the story of the hidden bush gem.
25 JUNE 2012: The first children’s show to be presented by the Central North Island Arts Consortium will be coming to Hamilton’s Clarence St Theatre in time of the upcoming school holidays.
22 JUNE 2012: Richard Briggs will join Hamilton City Council's Senior Leadership Team as Chief Financial Officer.
20 JUNE 2012: A grant from the Environment Ministry will see thousands of new plants added to the variety of flora at Waiwhakareke Natural Heritage Park.
19 JUNE 2012: Hamilton is going emerald green and All Black as it gears up for this weekend’s rugby Test between Ireland and New Zealand.
18 JUNE 2012: A new pool divider has been installed at Waterworld, meaning the 50-metre pool at the facility can be enjoyed by a range of users at the same time.
15 JUNE 2012: A new online dog registration service has been launched to renew annual dog registrations, register new dogs, and pay registration fees via our website.
14 JUNE 2012: Judge Caterina Riva has selected 19 semi-finalists for the National Contemporary Art Award. The winner will be announced at a gala ceremony at Waikato Museum on 16 August.
13 JUNE 2012: The Anglesea St wall is one of the most prominent features of central Hamilton, and now Council has added its support to a proposed temporary artwork at the site.
8 JUNE 2012: Key decisions made last week by Hamilton City Council on its 10-Year Plan will ensure the city gets back on track financially, while still allowing for a range of citywide development.
8 JUNE 2012: A Whanganui design student has won the major prize in the Fieldays No.8 Wire National Art Award 2012.
8 JUNE 2012: New life could be breathed in Hamilton’s Anglesea St wall, thanks to a proposed temporary public art installation.
6 JUNE 2012: The FYI Youth Forum returns to Hamilton this month, with two special guest speakers - Recognyz Youth Awards Supreme Winner Assil Russell, and Christchurch Student Army leader Sam Johnson.
5 JUNE 2012: More than a hundred quality rugby balls, a set of goal posts, nets, passing hoops and exercise pads were welcomed by Waikato schools this week.
5 JUNE 2012: A 120-year-old Japanese Children’s Shrine, or Mikoshi, was gifted to Hamilton by its sister city Saitama during a civic ceremony in Hamilton on Saturday, 2 June.
5 JUNE 2012: The latest romantic comedy from New Zealand’s most successful playwright Roger Hall’s ‘A Shortcut to Happiness’ is coming to Hamilton’s Clarence St Theatre next month.
1 JUNE 2012: With $100,000 to distribute from its Performing Arts Contestable Fund, Council is looking for the right individuals to join the Allocation Committee.
1 JUNE 2012: Hamilton residents are being invited during the coming week to commemorate Her Majesty The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee by signing a special celebratory card.
1 JUNE 2012: Key decisions on the proposed roadmap to improve Hamilton City Council’s financial position will be taken next week when Council deliberates on the city’s draft 10-Year Plan.
30 May 2012: Hamilton’s first shared zone has opened. The Worley Place shared zone, which is part of Hamilton City Council’s CityHeart project, connects Worley Pl to Alexandra St, and enables two-way traffic to travel slowly through this space. Hamilton Mayor Julie Hardaker officially opened the shared zone on 6 June.