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Hamilton Gardens is one of our city’s biggest success stories - read about what's coming next.
Hamiltonians are passionate about the Waikato River – read about what's planned for its future.
4 APRIL 2007: Waikato Museum is hosting a trio of exhibitions focussed on WW1 in recognition of ANZAC Day on 25 April.
2 APRIL 2007: New kerbing work to prepare the street circuit for the V8 Supercars event next year gets underway this week on the Hamilton circuit.
27 MARCH 2007: Baby fever has hit Hamilton Zoo as white rhinoceros Caballe delivered a new female rhino into the family last night [26 March 2007] at approximately 9pm.
26 MARCH 2007: ANZAC Day in Hamilton will recreate the famous Belgium Menin Gate Ceremony and incorporate the unique presence of a visiting delegation from Ieper (pronounced ee-per), Belgium.
15 MARCH 2007: An increasingly scarce breed of fish has been found at Taitua Arboretum and Council is working in partnership with DOC to ensure its preservation.
15 MARCH 2007: Get up close and personal with your favourite Chiefs and State Northern Knights at Hamilton City Libraries this month as part of a national campaign to show public libraries as being inspirational, modern and fun.
8 MARCH 2007: Waikato Museum will partner with Mighty River Power in presenting a landmark $350,000 exhibition entitled Hinaki and Hydropower: stories from the Waikato River that is set to open at the museum in July.
2 MARCH 2007: Hamilton and New Zealand's only V8 Supercar franchise Team Kiwi Racing have agreed a highly valuable sponsorship which will see the Hamilton logo appear on the bonnet of the team's new car.
2 MARCH 2007: A later than usual summertime has seen water consumption in Hamilton hit repeated and consecutive highs. As a result, sprinkler restrictions are being extended until the 25 March to help manage water demand.
1 MARCH 2007: Works to prepare the street circuit for the V8 Supercars event in 2008 have commenced.
27 FEBRUARY 2007: Hamilton's Dog Day Afternoon returns to Innes Common on 3 March for its fifth year to promote positive and responsible dog-ownership in Hamilton.
27 FEBRUARY 2007: Hamilton Zoo is set to welcome a brand new resident into its giraffe herd on Wednesday [28 February].
22 FEBRUARY 2007: Release of two significant surveys have returned the highest ever satisfaction levels for Hamilton city and Council across a range of areas.
21 FEBRUARY 2007: Council's swimming facilities have successfully registered with Swimming New Zealand as a Quality Swim School (QSS) under the new industry standards launched on 7 February 2007.
19 FEBRUARY 2007: A third destination playground is now open in Hamilton at Tauhara Park as the Potter Children's Playground was officially opened on 13 February.
15 FEBRUARY 2007: Hamilton City Council CEO Tony Marryatt has resigned his position to take up the CEO job at Christchurch City Council.
14 FEBRUARY 2007: Repainting work on Council's Municipal Building will be carried out during weekends to minimise impact on commuter carparking during February and March.
12 FEBRUARY 2007: Council has progressed its commitment to future-proofing the city as a $22 million upgrade of Hamilton's Water Treatment Station is now complete.
9 FEBRUARY 2007: Funding for one of Access Hamilton’s major projects, Wairere Drive extension, has been approved by the Land Transport New Zealand Board. The funding assistance, 55% of $15.3m, is the largest the city has received for any project to date.
7 FEBRUARY 2007: A three-month project involving the exterior repainting of Council's Municipal building in Garden Place is scheduled to begin in mid-February.