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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.
The city’s annual summer road renewal programme gets underway today, with work planned for 29 sections of road in Hamilton.
Road widening and reconstruction, the next stage of the Thomas Rd/Gordonton Rd intersection upgrade gets underway on 8 January.
Click here for our holiday office and facilities hours, and rubbish and recycling dates. Our call centre is still working 24/7 for urgent enquiries.
New pedestrian traffic lights are now operating on Collins Rd, making it safer for people crossing this busy road.
Hamilton Mayor Andrew King says confirmation of central government funding for a start-up passenger rail service is a great boost for the region.
Claudelands has hit the target again, securing the New Zealand Darts Masters event for the country in 2019.
Maintenance work to replace the roof of the city’s oldest reservoir has been completed.
Vibrant Hamilton Trust has today formally made a $6M contribution to the Waikato Regional Theatre.
Mayor Andrew King says the creation of a 56.7 hectare industrial site south of the city in Hautapu is a further reminder of the strength of the region’s economic development.
Hamilton is gearing up for one of its most exciting summers ever, with a string of quality events taking place in the city over the coming weeks.
Guiding and fulfilling planned developments at Hamilton Gardens was a key topic at the final meeting for 2018 of the Community, Services and Environment Committee.
H3 and the events delivered at its venues are in the running for more industry accolades at New Zealand Events Association (NZEA) Awards
A Smart Water pilot in early childhood centres was so successful it’s been run again.
A new bus lane and road resurfacing will mean smoother travel for people taking public transport and driving along Anglesea St.
Work to replace the floodlights at Hamilton’s Seddon Park will commence next year following a decision by Hamilton City Council.
A concert by three musicians who JS have lived experience of disability is one of the features of Have A Go Day 2018.
Hamilton’s children have a chance to enjoy a big dose of fun in Garden Place this weekend at the Kids’ Arty Party.
Hamilton, Te Awamutu, Pirongia and Waikato district will move to Water Alert Level 1 tomorrow (1 December).
A beautiful new environmentally themed artwork was unveiled today in Hillcrest, the fruits of a collaboration between Hamilton City Libraries, two schools and Artmakers Community Artists Trust.
It’s a rhino on the move, take two.
Hamilton Zoo’s female adult southern white rhinoceros Jamila has successfully moved north to her new home at Auckland Zoo.