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13 DECEMBER 2010: A public report to Council on the V8 Supercar event was released today showing that the total cost of the event over three years has been $27.4m. This does not include commercially confidential amounts such as event sponsorship payments.
9 DECEMBER 2010: A long-serving Rotarian, zoo volunteer, local theatre stalwart and pioneer behind the national toy library movement will be amongst this year’s Hamilton Civic Award recipients.
9 DECEMBER 2010: Finding a parking space in the central city gets a whole lot easier next Tuesday (14 December) with the launch of live digital signs designed to direct people to the nearest available spots in Council-owned carparks.
8 DECEMBER 2010: As far as ‘super-volunteers’ go, you’d be hard pressed to find one better than Craig Tehuia. With 73 volunteer hours under his belt Craig came off night-shift to join over 60 volunteers last Sunday for a working bee at Waiwhakareke to mark International Volunteer Day.
7 DECEMBER 2010: Hamilton Mayor Julie Hardaker is delighted by news Hamilton is one of the first cities to benefit from the government’s rollout of ultra-fast broadband (UFB).
7 DECEMBER 2010: Hamilton Mayor Julie Hardaker today praised Council staff, the Huntington residents association and Waikato-Bay of Plenty Football for their professionalism, co-operation and common sense approach as Council unanimously voted to look at new options for the proposed Home of Football facility in Hamilton.
1 DECEMBER 2010: Water restrictions have been stepped up in Hamilton and the Waikato today, following a dramatic spike in water consumption over recent weeks.
Hamilton’s population has grown 1.7 per cent in the past year, strengthening its position as the country’s fourth largest metropolitan city.
29 NOVEMBER 2010: The introduction of a free wireless internet service in Hamilton’s Garden Place will be celebrated with a special launch this Friday [3 December] from 12pm-1pm.
25 NOVEMBER 2010: A Civic memorial service for the 29 victims of the Pike River Mine disaster is to take place at Hamilton’s Memorial Park on Saturday.
23 NOVEMBER 2010: What do a group of motorcycle riding tough guys, a karaoke competition, and a whole load of sweets have in common? They will be joining the residents of Enderley next Wednesday (24 November) to stand against violence towards women as part of the community’s first White Ribbon Day event.
17 NOVEMBER 2010: Suzie the chimpanzee has passed away at Hamilton Zoo. She was 46 years old.
12 NOVEMBER 2010: A recent dramatic increase in water consumption levels in Hamilton and the Waikato has seen sprinkler restrictions introduced today – almost a month earlier than restrictions are typically required.
27 OCTOBER 2010: Eighty-nine Hamilton food businesses will be presented with excellence awards during the 2010 Hamilton Food Safety Awards at Wintec’s The Atrium this afternoon.
26 OCTOBER 2010: Those wanting an opportunity to showcase their talents are invited to be part of this year’s Summer in Garden Place.
22 OCTOBER 2010: Su Scott has been appointed as the new Hamilton City Libraries Director.
22 OCTOBER 2010: The Hamilton Water Treatment Plant will be opening its door to the public next Saturday [30 October] for the first time in over a decade.
22 OCTOBER 2010: The architecture and heritage of Hamilton will be the focus of a forum series called ‘The Tron – Conversations on Placemaking’ which begins next Friday [29 October].
15 OCTOBER 2010: Hamilton City Council electoral officer Anthony Dick has officially declared the results of Saturday’s local election. The official declaration was made yesterday afternoon [14 October 2010].
13 OCTOBER 2010: With just over two weeks to go before consultation on stage two of Hamilton’s District Plan Review closes (29 October), online forums are making it easier than ever for busy Hamiltonians to have their say.