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13 OCTOBER 2007: Hamilton city has elected Bob Simcock as mayor.
12 OCTOBER 2007: Haven’t got time to post your vote in to make it on time to count. That’s no problem in Hamilton because on Saturday morning from 8am to 12 noon a drive-through voting service will be operating in the Anglesea Street car park by the main Council building.
12 OCTOBER 2007: Religious trends in our city and surrounding region are set to be examined as the Keeping Faith exhibition opens at Waikato Museum tomorrow [13 October], highlighting a further dimension to the museum's commitment to expressing our city's unique heritage and showcasing stories from our local community.
11 OCTOBER 2007: Avid Hamilton City Library-users are about to receive some 'elf-help' in the form of a free email reminder service known as ELF launching 15 October 2007.
10 OCTOBER 2007: You must see Hamilton Gardens before you die, according to the book 1001 Gardens to See Before You Die. This week some big international names are taking that advice to heart. From today until October 14 the Gardens will host this year's Botanic Gardens of Australia and New Zealand conference, an occasion that reaches our shores only once a decade.
4 OCTOBER 2007: The following roads works are scheduled to be undertaken during the period of Thursday 4 to Friday 19 October as part of the programme of works preparing the track for the Hamilton 400 V8 Supercars street race to be held in Hamilton 18–20 April 2008.
2 OCTOBER 2007: Increased responsibility will fall on those seeking a building consent for a new pool from 1 October 2007 due to a new requirement of the Waikato Building Consent Group.
2 OCTOBER 2007: The 'make over' of Heaphy Terrace shopping area has begun and will bring many improvements, primarily safety of pedestrians and cyclists and visually enhance the area.
2 OCTOBER 2007: Today's launch of the Social Wellbeing Strategy marks a national first as 13 of Hamilton's key social development agencies come together to commit to delivering strong collaborative leadership and working collectively on top priorities to make a real social difference for Hamilton.
27 SEPTEMBER 2007: Heavy mailbags arriving at the electoral office this week indicate a healthy early turnout in voting following the delivery of voting papers to households this week. While the bulging bags are encouraging, statistics show that voter response is slightly down compared to the same period in the 2004 election. On the fourth day of voting 7.2% of voters have returned their papers compared to 8.6% in 2004.
27 SEPTEMBER 2007: Council will be increasing the number of inspections and work it carries out in relation to the issuing of building consents in response to the Department of Building and Housing (DBH) accreditation requirements.
21 SEPTEMBER 2007: The following roads works are scheduled to be undertaken during the week of Monday 24 to Friday 28 September as part of the programme of works preparing the track for the Hamilton 400 V8 Supercars street race to be held in Hamilton 18–20 April 2008.
19 SEPTEMBER 2007: The national Building Bridges to Wellbeing Conference opened today [19 September 2007] at Novotel Tainui, signifying Hamilton's first-time hosting of this biennial conference.
19 SEPTEMBER 2007: Hamilton City Council has been granted a landmark 20-year resource consent for the management and discharge of wastewater at the Wastewater Treatment Plant in Pukete.
14 SEPTEMBER 2007: Work has started on the one of the most significant features of the Hamilton V8 street circuit. Pit Lane will cover a 280m long area located on the south side of Mill St between Hinemoa Park and Fraser Tech Rugby Club.
7 SEPTEMBER 2007: Some of Hamilton's older and less able residents are now enjoying a better quality of life thanks to major refurbishments of Hamilton City Council's Graham Street housing complex. The housing upgrade is a joint project between the Council and Housing New Zealand, which will officially be opened onsite by Hamilton Mayor Bob Simcock at 10.30am on September 7.
31 AUGUST 2007: Hamilton City Council has this week euthanized a dog that has been the centre of a six-month dispute regarding registration.
24 AUGUST 2007: The closing of nominations for the 2007 Triennial elections has resulted in a nominee's list that will provide plenty of choice and fodder for public discussion.
17 AUGUST 2007: With only a week to go to for potential candidates to put their hat in the ring for the upcoming Triennial elections, the list of nominees remains alarmingly low.
13 AUGUST 2007: Giant fluffy objects, mounds of antique roses and sounds best left to the adult section of the video shop, are just some of the memorable moments from the 2007 Trust Waikato National Contemporary Art Awards. This year's winning piece, drawn from 200 entries and 29 finalists, will be the jewel in the crown of 2007's exhibition, which promises to be just as fresh and innovative as previous years.