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1 DECEMBER 2009: Hamilton has strengthened its sister city relationship with Wuxi in China with the establishment of a school exchange programme.
30 NOVEMBER 2009: One year ahead of schedule, Hamilton City Council has received an 'Aa' grading for its drinking-water supply at Templeview.
30 NOVEMBER 2009: Things are starting to take shape at Claudelands, with the concrete framework for the facility's new indoor arena currently going up and the large roof steel due to be installed early in the new year.
27 NOVEMBER 2009: Promoting an active city through strong partnerships underpins the Active Communities Strategy launched in Hamilton.
27 NOVEMBER 2009: The arrival of a male serval at Hamilton Zoo this week adds to a growing number of new faces at the facility. The serval named Akida (meaning 'leader'), who will turn three years old on 14 December, arrived at the facility from Wellington Zoo on Wednesday.
25 NOVEMBER 2009: Residents are invited to try their hand at building bridges, throwing grenades and 'pinning the moustache on the gentleman' during the first of a two-part series of fun days at Waikato Museum this Saturday [28 November] from 11am-4pm.
19 NOVEMBER 2009: Advocate for victims of sexual abuse, Louise Nicholas comes to Hamilton this Friday 20 November to launch a book which tells the true story of women and gangs in New Zealand.
18 NOVEMBER 2009: Some unlikely spokesmen come to the city on their motorbikes next Friday 27 November to spread the message that family violence is not OK in Hamilton.
18 NOVEMBER 2009: Drivers in Hamilton are being advised to avoid the Te Aroha Street/Ruakura Road/Peachgrove Road intersection, following a clay and soil spill this morning.
16 NOVEMBER 2009: A joint committee of Hamilton City and Waikato District Councillors will oversee a number of adjustments to Hamilton’s boundaries in the east and northwest.
11 NOVEMBER 2009: It has been a homecoming of sorts for four juvenile Stanley Island tuatara who arrived back at Hamilton Zoo last week after leaving the facility nine months ago as eggs.
10 NOVEMBER 2009: The first of a series of free workshops aimed at improving people's understanding of the issues faced by trans people will be held at Waikato Museum this Thursday [12 November].
9 NOVEMBER 2009: On 11 November Te Ara Hou, the innovative social services village situated on Morrinsville Road, celebrates 10 years of working together to address social issues in Hamilton.
5 NOVEMBER 2009: Council will be distributing flyers on cars in November informing motorists of changes to after-hours parking enforcement in the CityHeart.
4 NOVEMBER 2009: The deadline for submissions on a District Plan variation has been extended.
28 OCTOBER 2009: Seventy-five Hamilton food businesses will be presented with excellence awards during the 2009 Hamilton Food Safety Awards this afternoon.
2 OCTOBER 2009: Council’s 2008/09 Annual Report and summary document are now online. The report provides an audited overview of the 2008/09 financial year of how Council has worked towards its long-term vision for a Vibrant Hamilton. It tables key milestones achieved in the city that occurred during challenging times as the effects of the economic downturn impacted on Council and the community.
30 SEPTEMBER 2009: Hamilton City Council is to build a new rugby training ground at Beetham Park, near Waikato Stadium.
30 SEPTEMBER 2009: Hamilton City Council has adopted a variation to the District Plan zoning rules to better manage future retail, business and industrial activities.
23 SEPTEMBER 2009: The Happy Feet, pilot programme has received a ‘highly commended’ award at the recent National Golden Foot Awards, hosted by Living Streets Aotearoa.