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12 MAY 2010: Hamilton youth are in for a treat come this September 11 with news that Smokefreerockquest - New Zealand’s only live, nationwide, youth, original music competition - will hold its national final in the city for the next three years.
11 MAY 2010: Local teenagers have until this Friday to enter Hamilton Central Library’s ‘Lib Sync’ lip-syncing competition, which will be held later this month in celebration of New Zealand Music Month and Youth Week.
6 MAY 2010: Australian and international motorsport leader, V8 Supercars Australia, is to run Hamilton’s ITM400 from next year.
30 APRIL 2010: Hamilton Zoo staff are calling on the help of the public to find a suitable name for the newest member of its Southern white rhinoceros herd.
29 APRIL 2010: Apple skins, human hair and building waste may not be the first things that spring to mind when you think of runway fashion, but these are the exactly types of materials that local design buffs may be rescuing from rubbish bins across the region as entries open for ReStyle 2010.
23 APRIL 2010: Starting next week (Monday 26 April), Hamilton City Council will begin a survey of parking behaviour around the city, focussing on the central city.
22 APRIL 2010: Visual art will be the inspiration for a number of musical performances at Waikato Museum in May as part of NZ Music Month.
20 APRIL 2010: New Zealand’s first example of a Commonwealth War Graves Commission Headstone will be unveiled in Hamilton this Sunday [25 April] as part of the city’s Anzac Day Commemoration Service.
16 APRIL 2010: Waikato Museum and ArtsPost visitors will be able to experience the sights and sounds of war during an Anzac Day programme next Sunday [25 April].
8 APRIL 2010: Cricket fans – here’s a rare chance to secure your own patch of Hamilton’s Seddon Park.
7 APRIL 2010: Waikato Museum visitors will have the chance to learn the secrets of the second most successful Guinness World Record breaker of the last decade, when two shows are held at the facility next Wednesday [14 April].
1 APRIL 2010: Hamilton Central Library is offering patrons the chance to get locked in the library after hours – all in the name of genealogy.
1 APRIL 2010: A baby white rhinoceros recently born at Hamilton Zoo had a rough start to life but is now making good progress.
26 MARCH 2010: All water restrictions have been lifted in Hamilton and the Waikato District today following a sustained decrease in daily water consumption levels.
23 MARCH 2010: Hamilton residents and businesses are urged to switch off for an hour this Saturday [27 March] as the city takes part in the global Earth Hour initiative.
22 MARCH 2010: Hamilton City Council’s Proposed 2010/11 Annual Plan is now open for public submissions, with residents invited to learn more about the proposed plan during the Your City Expo this Saturday [27 March].
22 MARCH 2010: An exhibition showcasing art works created by local artists using “recycled or found objects” will soon go on display at ArtsPost.
3 MARCH 2010: The V8s will officially kick off next month with a launch party in Garden Place.
1 MARCH 2010: A sustained decrease in the amount of water being consumed throughout Hamilton has seen the city’s water alert levels reduced to alert level 1 today.
1 MARCH 2010: With seven free family events organised across Hamilton this weekend, this year’s 10th annual Children’s Day will be the biggest yet for the city.