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7 MARCH 2012: Hamilton City Council’s financial systems and processes will be considerably strengthened following a strategic review which found they did not meet best practice.
7 MARCH 2012: A special anti-climb paint will this week be applied to Te Tiaho O Matariki, the Pleiades-themed 12-metre sculpture in Garden Place.
7 MARCH 2012: All water restrictions have been lifted in Hamilton and the Waikato district as of today.
6 MARCH 2012: The sale of Council’s stake in the Novotel and Ibis hotels will be progressed following agreement by Councillors at their recent meeting.
6 MARCH 2012: The spotlight will be on Hamilton Zoo’s Sumatran tiger siblings during the facility’s Family Fun Day this Sunday, 11 March.
2 MARCH 2012: Resolution Drive, one of Hamilton’s main arterial roads, will be partially closed for two nights next week to complete resurfacing work.
1 MARCH 2012: Nurturing and championing the city’s arts community and creative output is the aim of Hamilton City Council’s draft Arts Agenda, which is now open for public comment.
29 FEBRUARY 2012: Well-known corrugated iron sculptor Jeff Thomson will judge this year’s Fieldays No.8 Wire National Art Award.
29 FEBRUARY 2012: Hamilton City Theatres and Hamilton Operatic Society will join forces to present the upcoming season of Oliver.
27 FEBRUARY 2012: NZ Book Month will be celebrated in Hamilton with a series of events held throughout March. The local events are being coordinated by Hamilton City Libraries in collaboration with Wintec, University of Waikato and other individuals.
24 FEBRUARY 2012: National Children’s Day will be celebrated in Hamilton next weekend with a range of events throughout the city.
24 FEBRUARY 2012: Waikato Museum has achieved a Silver Enviro award and is now recognised as one of the country’s leading tourism operators by Qualmark – New Zealand tourism’s official quality assurance.
24 FEBRUARY 2012: Hamilton City Council has agreed on a way forward which will allow the popular Frankton Market to continue.
23 FEBRUARY 2012: Hamilton City Council’s Chief Executive Barry Harris has received a positive performance review from Council for his first six months on the job.
23 FEBRUARY 2012: Interest in key Council-owned development sites in the city has been positive, with three sites attracting interest from developers looking to invest in the city in line with delivering Council aspirations.
23 FEBRUARY 2012: Eight of the city’s 15 bylaws will be reviewed this year, with the public invited to have their say on proposed changes to each of the city’s local laws in the spotlight.
23 FEBRUARY 2012: Caterina Riva has accepted an invitation to judge the 2012 National Contemporary Art Award, sponsored by Barry Hopkins and hosted by Waikato Museum.
21 FEBRUARY 2012: Hamilton City Council will mark the first anniversary of the Canterbury earthquake with a two-minute silence in the city’s Civic Square at 12.51pm.
17 FEBRUARY 2012: Entries are now open for the 2012 National Contemporary Art Award.
16 FEBRUARY 2012: Shipping containers carrying the ‘How to make a Monster’ exhibition will be checked by Waikato Museum staff trained in inspecting and securing biosecurity risks onsite, enabling them to bypass a costly biosecurity process.