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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.
Hamilton’s community and cultural landscape received a boost today as $40,000 of event sponsorship funding was approved to support a six-week winter festival celebrating the Maaori new year.
Hamilton City Council today reaffirmed its ground-breaking Maaori representation initiative, more closely aligning it with the new governance structure.
Award-winning New Zealand sculptor James Wright will judge the 2020 Fieldays No.8 Wire National Art Award.
E-scooters have been zooming around Hamilton’s streets since August last year and now the six-month trial period is almost up, it is time for the city to rate them.
Top quality international cricket returns to Hamilton’s Seddon Park tonight, the first of four matches in nine days at the venue.
Waikato Museum will be buzzing with activity to celebrate Waitangi Day this year.
Hamilton’s kerbside rubbish and recycling services will be collected one day later than usual following the Auckland Anniversary public holiday on Monday 27 January.
The turf is ready, the teams have arrived, and Hamilton has a real buzz about it!
Hamilton Mayor Paula Southgate says this weekend’s HSBC New Zealand Rugby Sevens kicks off a spectacular series of summer events for the city.
With Auckland Anniversary weekend approaching, we need to be aware of our water use.
amilton’s reputation as a host city for international sporting events has been further enhanced with the announcement the city will host a semi-final for the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021.
Ancient Chinese cultural traditions will be showcased on the first day of Chinese New Year at Waikato Museum on Saturday (25 January).
What goes into our stormwater catchpits can have an adverse effect on the plant and animal life living in our city’s waterways.
Hamilton is gearing up for the party atmosphere of the HSBC New Zealand Sevens, with a focus on entertainment and safety for the thousands of visitors to the city.
Step into a strange world where mysterious dreams have come to life...
Unleash your children’s creative talents at Waikato Museum for the final days of the summer school holidays.
The HSBC New Zealand Sevens is turning 21 and Hamilton is buzzing as teams, supporters and media from across the world arrive for the party.
Waikato Museum launches an exhibition on Saturday (25 January) that is designed around the 1920s principles of surrealism – both in its making and in its display.
Due to the increase in water use earlier this summer as well as increasingly warm and dry weather, Hamilton moved to Water Alert Level Two.
Hamilton City Council has adopted a Vision Zero target of ending deaths and serious injuries on our city’s roads.