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25 OCTOBER 2011: A diverse range of contemporary and classic music will add ambience to Garden Place from today.
21 OCTOBER 2011: Proposals around reducing library hours, cutting the book collections budget and charging for adult fiction borrowing at Hamilton’s six libraries have been pulled back by Council at yesterday’s meeting.
19 OCTOBER 2011: Clad yourself in black or blue, bring down your beanbag, and settle in for the biggest match of the year.
7 OCTOBER 2011: Hamilton City Council will undertake a full consultation process to determine the long-term future of the Frankton Market.
30 SEPTEMBER 2011: Hamilton City Council will not pursue a partnership with Rotorua-based Te Arawa Group Holdings to develop a hotel on land behind the ArtsPost building on Victoria Street.
30 SEPTEMBER 2011: Extra bus services, entertainment in the Fanzone and a Community Day of family fun – it’s all lined up for Sunday, when Hamilton hosts its last Rugby World Cup 2011 match.
30 SEPTEMBER 2011: Hamilton City Council (HCC) and V8 Supercars today announced the early termination of their agreement to stage the annual ITM400 Hamilton V8 Supercars street race.
28 SEPTEMBER 2011: Hamilton City Council will broadcast its Council meeting via the internet for the first time this Thursday (29 September), following the installation of web cameras in the Chamber.
27 SEPTEMBER 2011: A 5% reduction in its Parks and Open Spaces budget is part of Hamilton City Council’s drive for $14.5 million operations expenditure savings.
26 SEPTEMBER 2011: Council scrutiny of all its business as part of developing a 10-Year Plan for Hamilton, this week focuses on housing, parks and open spaces and indoor recreation.
23 SEPTEMBER 2011: Hamilton City acknowledges the passing of Whatumoana Paki Snr.
23 SEPTEMBER 2011: The outstanding achievements of Hamilton youth will be celebrated at the Recognyz Youth Awards 2011 at Founders Theatre next Friday, 30 September from 7.30pm.
23 SEPTEMBER 2011: The next step in the Wairere Drive section of the Ring Road project is about to begin, with work getting underway on Pukete Bridge in preparation for the new pedestrian and cyclist clip-on.
22 SEPTEMBER 2011: The first difficult decisions required of Council to meet its operational savings target of $14.5 million were made today, with services to the community under the spotlight.
22 SEPTEMBER 2011: Hamilton is to introduce a 40km/h speed limit in eight areas of the city in an effort to make suburban streets safer.
17 SEPTEMBER 2011: Hamilton has enhanced its reputation as a “can-do” event city with a successful Rugby World Cup 2011 debut last night.
16 SEPTEMBER 2011: The first in depth scrutiny of Council’s business as part of the drive to make operational savings of $14.5million gets underway next week.
16 SEPTEMBER 2011: Cultural performances, hip hop dancing, buskers and street theatre performers will be part of the entertainment and activities for Hamilton’s Rugby World Cup 2011 Community Days.
15 SEPTEMBER 2011: Council-owned parking facilities will stay open for extended hours this weekend to cater for Rugby World Cup 2011 fans and visitors.
14 SEPTEMBER 2011: Hamilton’s official Twitter feed will keep Rugby World Cup 2011 fans updated as the city hosts its first match in the Tournament.