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10 JUNE 2009: The Bader community are set to take matters into their own hands this weekend (13-14 June) as they stage a community clean up in partnership with Hamilton City Council, Te Whare Kokonga, Housing New Zealand, New Zealand Police and Work and Income.
8 JUNE 2009: Auckland artist Aaron McConchie has been named as the winner of the Fieldays No 8 Wire National Art Award 2009 for his entry 'The inevitable beginning to an inconsequential end'. The announcement was made at a ceremony at ArtsPost Galleries and Shop on Friday evening and saw McConchie walk away with $4000 in prize money.
5 JUNE 2009: This week and next the Wheel of Risk will be nearby selected intersections in Hamilton. The Wheel of Risk strongly features on the recent New Zealand Transport Agency’s national TV campaign.
3 JUNE 2009: Council has today finalised its year council community plan after deliberating to consider public submissions and set the level of rates from 1 July 2009.
1 JUNE 2009: Arbor Day this year will be celebrated in Hamilton on Friday 5 June, which is also World Environment Day, with a community planting of over two and a half thousand trees at Claudelands Park.
29 MAY 2009: The region's promising young authors have been recognised as part of the New Zealand Post Book Awards' Waikato and King Country Short Story Competition.
27 MAY 2009: Popular demand has led to the extension of the Da Vinci Machines exhibition at Waikato Museum.
31 MAY 2009: Following a record number of entries, fourteen finalists were announced today for New Zealand's most ingenious fine art award the 2009 Fieldays No 8 Wire National Art Award.
15 MAY 2009: Moesha, a female white rhinoceros who Hamilton Zoo staff were once concerned would never reproduce, has given birth to a baby boy.
14 MAY 2009: Local design buffs will be thinking twice about what they throw out in the rubbish, as entries open for ReStyle 09.
13 MAY 2009: Hamilton Central Library will be far from its quiet self later this month, when alternative rock/metal band Chuganaut performs as part of its New Zealand Music Month initiative 'Soundz Like Hamilton'.
12 MAY 2009: Following an extensive tender and vendor proposal evaluation process, Foster Construction Ltd has been nominated as the preferred contractor for the proposed Claudelands Arena build.
12 MAY 2009: Physical works got underway today on new car park and wetlands facilities at Claudelands.
8 MAY 2009: Public hearings of submissions on Hamilton City Council’s 2009‑2019 Long-Term Council Community Plan (LTCCP) are being held on Tuesday 12 May. Due to the high number of submitters wanting to be heard the hearings are scheduled over four days.
7 MAY 2009: Improvements to three intersections along Mill Street are aimed to maximise the capacity of Mill Street, lower congestion at intersections and improve road safety and cycle facilities.
7 MAY 2009: Chimpanzee Lucifer will be flashing his 'pearly whites' for Hamilton Zoo visitors in no time, after successfully undergoing dental surgery yesterday.
6 MAY 2009: The Waikato Civil Defence Emergency Management Group has appointed Paul Blewman as Hamilton’s Civil Defence Emergency Management Local Controller for the Waikato Valley Emergency Operating Area.
6 MAY 2009: The publicly notified Resource Consent for the building of the Claudelands indoor arena, as part of the Claudelands redevelopment in Hamilton, has been approved with no appeals lodged.
24 APRIL 2009: Jump onto your browser and check out the new high resolution satellite imaging of Hamilton on Google Maps.
24 APRIL 2009: A two-thirds majority of Hamilton’s central city businesses have voted in favour of the Council striking a targeted rate to be used for the promotion and advancement of the CBD.