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3 NOVEMBER 2011: Budget-conscious festivities are the focus of the Low Cost Living Christmas Expo at the Western Community Centre tomorrow.
3 NOVEMBER 2011: Innovation Waikato Limited has been given approval for a capital investment company to take a 50% shareholding in the company valued at $13.2 million.
3 NOVEMBER 2011: Unused public and back of house areas of Waikato Museum are being brought to life in a real-time, virtual exhibition believed to be one of the first of its kind in the world.
3 NOVEMBER 2011: Hamilton City Council will hold its November Ordinary Meeting at the Western Community Centre, just the second time Council has met outside the Council Chamber.
2 NOVEMBER 2011: Hamilton City Council remains supportive of a commuter rail service between the city and Auckland, but believes the time is not right to fund it.
1 NOVEMBER 2011: A revised business plan for Claudelands will be put in place and its financial situation tracked monthly as Hamilton City Council works to overcome its budgetary shortfalls.
1 NOVEMBER 2011: Hamilton City Council and the Chiefs Super Rugby franchise have agreed a new deal for the use of Waikato Stadium.
28 OCTOBER 2011: Economic development and promotion of Hamilton, capital expenditure, funding depreciation of the city’s assets, and further Parks and Gardens budget savings are among the items to be discussed during Hamilton City Council’s next 10-Year Plan meeting
28 OCTOBER 2011: Recommendations and learnings from Audit New Zealand’s report into Hamilton’s V8 Supercar event will be the focus of Council as it works to ensure there is no repeat of issues highlighted in the review
28 OCTOBER 2011: Hamilton’s events venue Claudelands has received two New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) Waikato Bay of Plenty Architecture Awards. The venue received local NZIA Awards in the ‘Public Architecture’ and ‘Resene Colour Award’ categories.
28 OCTOBER 2011: Lemur twins and a bossy bellbird are among the newest residents at Hamilton Zoo.
28 OCTOBER 2011: Waikato Museum is open for business today and this weekend after it was given priority gas supply by Genesis Energy.
28 OCTOBER 2011: Hamilton children are in for a treat on Saturday when the annual Treats in the Park is held at Elliott Park.
27 OCTOBER 2011: Waikato Museum will close for at least three days as a result of the Maui gas pipeline rupture.
27 OCTOBER 2011: Waikato’s three Rugby World Cup-winning All Blacks will be honoured at a special civic event in Garden Place tomorrow.
27 OCTOBER 2011: Immediate steps are being taken to help boost revenue and event bookings at Claudelands after early forecasts show the venue is not on track to meet its targets for this financial year.
26 OCTOBER 2011: Hamilton City Council has begun cutting off natural gas supplies to a number of its sites following the Maui pipeline rupture.
26 OCTOBER 2011: Hamilton’s ‘Christmas at Clarence St’ theatre programme is back for its fifth year, with a great line-up of entertainment to celebrate the festive season.
25 OCTOBER 2011: Eight Yahoo! NZ Northern Knights cricket stars will be swapping cricket bats for library books when they visit four Hamilton libraries this Friday at 10am in an effort to encourage children to develop their love of reading.
25 OCTOBER 2011: A diverse range of contemporary and classic music will add ambience to Garden Place from today.