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Hamilton Gardens is one of our city’s biggest success stories - read about what's coming next.
Hamiltonians are passionate about the Waikato River – read about what's planned for its future.
7 SEPTEMBER 2007: Some of Hamilton's older and less able residents are now enjoying a better quality of life thanks to major refurbishments of Hamilton City Council's Graham Street housing complex. The housing upgrade is a joint project between the Council and Housing New Zealand, which will officially be opened onsite by Hamilton Mayor Bob Simcock at 10.30am on September 7.
31 AUGUST 2007: Hamilton City Council has this week euthanized a dog that has been the centre of a six-month dispute regarding registration.
24 AUGUST 2007: The closing of nominations for the 2007 Triennial elections has resulted in a nominee's list that will provide plenty of choice and fodder for public discussion.
17 AUGUST 2007: With only a week to go to for potential candidates to put their hat in the ring for the upcoming Triennial elections, the list of nominees remains alarmingly low.
13 AUGUST 2007: Giant fluffy objects, mounds of antique roses and sounds best left to the adult section of the video shop, are just some of the memorable moments from the 2007 Trust Waikato National Contemporary Art Awards. This year's winning piece, drawn from 200 entries and 29 finalists, will be the jewel in the crown of 2007's exhibition, which promises to be just as fresh and innovative as previous years.
2 AUGUST 2007: Hamilton Zoo has welcomed two new ambassadors for the protection and preservation of rainforests – blue and gold macaws, Mactago and Macato.
27 JULY 2007: Hamilton City Council has just awarded a contract to Fulton Hogan for construction of the Wairere Drive extension between Hukanui Road and Tramway Road. The $20m project is the largest Council has ever awarded.
26 JULY 2007: Those who have ever considered a career in local body politics get the opportunity to start the process from tomorrow [Friday, 27 July 2007] when nominations for the Triennial Local Government elections open.
26 JULY 2007: Major works required to prepare the Rostrevor and Tristram Streets roundabout start this week.
6 JULY 2007: A Community Liaison Group has been formed and is now meeting regularly and providing feedback from the Frankton area to Council and the event promoter regarding issues arising from the V8 Supercars event.
28 JUNE 2007: Hamilton City Council's move to reduce the ratepayer subsidy on cemetery burial fees will see a rise of several hundred dollars in fees in the coming year.
27 JUNE 2007: Internationally renowned authority on city futures Charles Landry, will be visiting Hamilton next week. Hamilton City Council has with the support of New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, secured Charles Landry's services as a world-class creative thinker and facilitator to assist in the development of Hamilton's Creativity and Identity Strategy.
22 JUNE 2007: Landscape work in preparation for the V8 event begins in earnest this weekend with the removal of trees identified for the development of the area.
20 JUNE 2007: This election, Hamilton children will have their say about who they think should run the city thanks to a new initiative being offered to schools.
19 JUNE 2007: Waikato Museum is calling upon Hamilton's Italian community to assist in compiling a planned exhibition on migrant Italian families in Hamilton and the Waikato.
11 JUNE 2007: Hamilton City Council has completed its final budget meeting for the 2007/2008 financial year and is still planning a slight reduction in rates from what was outlined in the ten year plan adopted last year.
8 JUNE 2007: Roundabouts in Hamilton will be patrolled by Police from this week as the next stage of the INDIK8 campaign that began in February. After months of promotion prompting drivers to INDIK8 at roundabouts this stage seeks to ensure drivers are indicating at roundabouts.
5 JUNE 2007: A fish pass, which allows small fish to access one of the streams running into the Waikato River when water levels are low, has just been built at Bankwood Stream.
23 MAY 2007: Bob Simcock has been appointed as Hamilton mayor at this evening's Council Meeting.
23 MAY 2007: A three-week trial cull of feral pigeons on central Hamilton bridges will begin on Monday, 28 May 2007.