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13 OCTOBER 2010: With just over two weeks to go before consultation on stage two of Hamilton’s District Plan Review closes (29 October), online forums are making it easier than ever for busy Hamiltonians to have their say.
9 OCTOBER 2010: Tonight’s Preliminary Results count reveals Julie Hardaker has won the race for mayor over Bob Simcock by 940 votes.
9 OCTOBER 2010: Below are the progressive results for the Hamilton City Council elections. They represent approximately 95 per cent of votes cast.
8 OCTOBER 2010: News of the vote count for the Hamilton City Council elections will be released first on www.hamilton.co.nz/elections.
8 OCTOBER 2010: Residents only have two weeks left to submit their nominations for one of Hamilton’s highest honours – the Hamilton Civic Awards.
5 OCTOBER 2010: Hamilton City Council Chief Executive Michael Redman has resigned to take up a senior role with the new Auckland Super City.
4 OCTOBER 2010: Hamilton City Council and Waikato District Council have announced 31 May 2011 as the date that changes to Hamilton’s east and northwest boundaries will take effect, bringing around 120 former Waikato District homes and businesses inside Hamilton’s new city limits.
1 OCTOBER 2010: When the Victoria Bridge turns 100 on Saturday 16 of October, residents from across the city are invited to join in the celebration by watching the biggest light show ever to be staged in the city.
28 SEPTEMBER 2010: Hamilton Zoo has welcomed a set of ring-tailed lemur twins – the first of the species to be born at the facility since 2002.
22 SEPTEMBER 2010: Hamilton’s award-winning wetland restoration project, Waiwhakareke, will receive another accolade this Sunday at 7.30pm when it is featured in episode 3 of Prime TV’s high profile documentary, Rivers with Craig Potton.
15 SEPTEMBER 2010: Voting papers will begin arriving in mailboxes throughout Hamilton this week in the lead-up to the 2010 Local Elections.
13 SEPTEMBER 2010: The efforts and contributions of Hamilton youth will be celebrated this Friday night at Recognyz Youth Awards 2010.
10 SEPTEMBER 2010: Hamilton’s Rugby World Cup organisers say the REAL New Zealand Festival, launched today, will put the beauty, thrills and spills of the Waikato River on show to the world during September and October next year.
9 SEPTEMBER 2010: Conservation Week will be marked with the opening of a Weka Walk at Hamilton Zoo this Monday [13 September] at 2pm.
9 SEPTEMBER 2010: Hamilton mayor Bob Simcock is delighted by news that the Central North Island Fibre Consortium has been chosen as one of the first three partners to enter formal negotiations with Crown Fibre Holdings over the Government’s Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) Initiative.
27 AUGUST 2010: Real dinosaur bones and an eight-foot reconstructed nest will be amongst the displays featured in a new dinosaur exhibition opening at Waikato Museum next Saturday, 4 September.
26 AUGUST 2010: From 1 September, the consumption of alcohol will be banned in all of Hamilton’s public places between the hours of 10pm and 6am.
25 AUGUST 2010: Thieves have stolen over 100 catchpit grates costing the city’s ratepayers thousands of dollars and endangering many people’s safety.
23 AUGUST 2010: Hamilton City Council is lifting the lid on potential solutions to the city’s most significant issues this week, distributing a summary flyer to all residents from 28 August.
20 AUGUST 2010: More than 40 candidates will be contending for seats on Hamilton City Council in the upcoming local elections to be held on Saturday, 9 October.