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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.
1 MARCH 2010: A piece of Hamilton’s history will be celebrated this Sunday [7 March] when a civic ceremony is held to mark the completion of the PS Rangiriri restoration project.
1 MARCH 2010: Families are invited to ‘take a walk on the wild side’ at Hamilton Zoo this Sunday [7 March] for its Family Fun Day.
1 MARCH 2010: A play about women written and performed by women, for women, with proceeds to go to Women’s Refuge will be held at Waikato Museum to mark International Women’s Day.
25 FEBRUARY 2010: Hamilton City Council has adopted a new system for listing candidates on voting papers, ahead of the local body elections on 9 October 2010.
25 FEBRUARY 2010: Hamilton City Council has approved a $435,000 contract to restore the Bryce Street to London Street section of the riverbank and walkway, washed away by major flooding in 2008.
24 FEBRUARY 2010: Construction of the much-awaited Hydrotherapy Pool will begin this Thursday 25 February at Hamilton City Council’s public pool complex, Waterworld.
24 FEBRUARY 2010: A chimpanzee in Malaysia left such an impression on Hamilton Zoo volunteer host Kim White that she is fundraising to return to the country to help improve its quality of life.
18 FEBRUARY 2010: The public are being advised to keep their dogs out of Hamilton Lake (Lake Rotoroa) and avoid all contact with the water due to a potentially toxic bloom of blue-green algae.
11 FEBRUARY 2010: Councillors have identified additional savings in the draft 2010/11 Annual Plan, resulting in a further reduction in the proposed average annual rates increase to 3.4%.
5 FEBRUARY 2010: Hamilton residents will receive some budgeting pearls of wisdom as part of an upcoming series of author talks at Hamilton City Libraries.