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21 DECEMBER 2011: Christmas has come early for Hamilton Zoo, with three new arrivals just in time for the festive season.
20 DECEMBER 2011: An extended section of the public walkway along the western bank of the Waikato River through central Hamilton has been closed due to a landslip.
14 DECEMBER 2011: Hundreds of plants have been stolen from two of Hamilton’s public parks.
13 DECEMBER 2011: Hamilton Mayor Julie Hardaker has welcomed the appointment of Nick Smith as Minister for Local Government in the National Government’s new Cabinet.
12 DECEMBER 2011: Hamilton Gardens may soon have some special new residents, with six artificial bat houses to be installed at the site this week as part of Project Echo.
12 DECEMBER 2011: Barry Hopkins has been announced as the new sponsor of the annual National Contemporary Art Award hosted by Waikato Museum.
9 DECEMBER 2011: One of Hamilton’s most colourful and iconic personalities will be among the 50 recipients of New Zealand Citizenships at a ceremony in the Hamilton City Council Reception Lounge on Wednesday (14 December).
8 DECEMBER 2011: A junior club rugby stalwart, a life member of the Lions Club and a long-serving Hamilton dance tutor and choreographer will be among the recipients of the 2011 Hamilton Civic Awards this week.
7 DECEMBER 2011: The direction of Hamilton city for the next 10 years, and the rating system it has will be the focus of a week long series of meetings at Council from Monday.
6 DECEMBER 2011: Regional interdependence and meeting Auckland’s industrial land needs are two of the key aspects of Hamilton City Council’s submission to the Draft Auckland Plan.
5 DECEMBER 2011: Hamilton Zoo is helping to stub out smoking with the introduction of a new smoke-free policy.
5 DECEMBER 2011: Cambridge ceramic artist Kate Burchett was named as the winner of the Waiclay National Ceramics Award 2011 at a function at Waikato Museum tonight (Friday, 2 December).
2 DECEMBER 2011: Ruakura residents and landowners have been invited to learn about and comment on what is being planned for the Ruakura area at two open days next week.
1 DECEMBER 2011: Two Hamilton primary schools will be presented with top national environmental education awards next week.
1 DECEMBER 2011: A major change to one of Hamilton’s busiest car parks gets its first green light this weekend as part of the CityHeart project.
29 NOVEMBER 2011: Forty-five finalists have been announced for the Waiclay National Ceramics Award 2011, with works set to go on display at Waikato Museum from this Saturday, 3 December as part of the ‘Waiclay: Reflections of NZ Ceramics’ exhibition.
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.