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28 NOVEMBER 2011: The jolly man in the red suit will leave the reindeer to graze for a few extra days and arrive in a hot rod for Enderley’s Christmas in the Park next month.
25 NOVEMBER 2011: Olly Te Ua has been appointed Hamilton City Council’s new Organisational Development General Manager.
24 NOVEMBER 2011: Hamilton City Council will not pursue a bid to host games during the FIFA Under 20 World Cup in 2015.
24 NOVEMBER 2011: A delegation of Chinese Local Government officials will visit Hamilton’s Waiwhakareke Natural Heritage Park next week.
23 NOVEMBER 2011: The city’s main public square is the location for a “Flash Freeze” event during which participants will spontaneously freeze on the spot to show their support for White Ribbon Day, a one-day nationwide campaign to condemn violence against women.
23 NOVEMBER 2011: Council has turned down an approach by the organisers of the Erotica Lifestyles Expo to hold the event at Claudelands next March.
22 NOVEMBER 2011: Hamilton City Council has decided against pursuing an investigation at this time into a claim against a former Chief Executive for payments connected to the city's hosting of the V8 Supercars event.
22 NOVEMBER 2011: A significant new public artwork will be unveiled in Hamilton’s Garden Place this Friday, 25 November.
22 NOVEMBER 2011: A rose named after Hamilton Gardens has claimed a category award at the annual Pacific Rose Bowl.
21 NOVEMBER 2011: A lease agreement between Hamilton City Council and AA Insurance Limited will bring up to 80 new jobs to the city.
21 NOVEMBER 2011: Hamilton City Council has kept its same favourable AA- credit rating, following Fitch Ratings recent review of Council after Audit New Zealand’s report into Council’s V8 Supercars race processes.
21 NOVEMBER 2011: The Waikato Times Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival has been crowned the Outstanding Event by the New Zealand Recreation Association at its annual awards.
18 NOVEMBER 2011: A report to Hamilton City Council’s Ordinary Meeting next week recommends the city consider making a bid for matches as part of the 2015 FIFA Under 20 World Cup in New Zealand.
18 NOVEMBER 2011: Hamilton City Council has appointed Jason Dawson as its new Customer Relationships General Manager.
17 NOVEMBER 2011: Students from Hamilton’s Whitiora School will take part in a mock Council meeting in the Hamilton City Council Chamber next Wednesday, 23 November as part of an ‘Adopt a Councillor’ initiative.
16 NOVEMBER 2011: Close collaboration between Hamilton City Council and Kiwi Income Property Trust will result in an extensive redevelopment of the Centre Place retail complex, complementing Hamilton’s CityHeart Revitalisation project.
16 NOVEMBER 2011: Members of the public will be able to question representatives from the country’s three largest political parties when transport and road safety issues are debated at the New Zealand Traffic Institute (TRAFINZ) conference in Hamilton today.
14 NOVEMBER 2011: A talk by New Zealand’s road policing manager, a cross-party political debate and an explanation of how teenage boys’ mentality can relate to driving decisions are features of the New Zealand Traffic Institute (TRAFINZ) conference at Claudelands this week.
11 NOVEMBER 2011: After nine and a half years at the helm of the Waikato Museum, Director Kate Vusoniwailala has announced she will be leaving the Museum to pursue an exciting business opportunity in Fiji.
10 NOVEMBER 2011: Hamilton City Council is not removing the Rogers Rose Garden.