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Fifty-two finalist works are arriving into the Museum’s safe-keeping for judging on Friday next week for the 20th celebration of the Award.
After hearing the exhaustive list of contributions Peter Bos has made to Hamilton and its people, his grandson Arie remarked, “Opa, you’ve done so many things!”
Council’s Peacocke programme is not only delivering new roads and a bridge, works will also make some of Hamilton’s existing roads safer.
The union of two cultures is something Sylvia Sinel negotiates every day, with her ceramic art both influenced by her Swedish heritage and inspired by the New Zealand setting it’s made in.
Candidates seeking to be Hamilton’s leaders for the next three years can now officially put their hat in the ring.
Council Chief Executive Richard Briggs is urging those standing for elected positions on the Council to “be well-informed and base their views on fact”.
Innovative new advertising columns are coming to Garden Place, promoting the city’s events.
The survey is a key part of the regular analysis the Council does on its levels of service and performance managing the hundreds of hectares of reserve land.
Members of Hamilton’s diverse community star in a key element of Council’s campaign to encourage participation in this year’s local government elections.
The project should have very limited to no impact on water supply to residents and businesses supplied by the reservoir.
The staged concessions introduction commences this weekend, with people under 18 years old able to use the city’s buses for free on Saturdays and Sundays, and on public holidays.
A section of Grantham St in the central city will be closed to traffic on Friday 5 July from 9am - 4pm.
Matariki will be a real celebration at Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato this Saturday (6 July), with an interactive day of kapa haka, poi and more.
Council chief executive Richard Briggs has confirmed the Council has no restrictions on local community and sporting organisations seeking gaming machine funding.
A new transport hub in Rotokauri, expected to be built mid-2020, was one of the talking points at Hamilton City Council’s Your Neighbourhood open day event in Crawshaw last week.
Hamilton City Council has partnered with several local businesses and various cafés around the city, to encourage the use of reusable and sustainable products during Plastic Free July.
Hamilton Zoo has said farewell to Brazilian tapir Mrs Branco, one of the longest and arguably most loved residents.
The fund makes $50,000 available to non-profit community organisations hosting inclusive, free or low-cost events held in Hamilton.
To minimise disruption during the day, Base Civil will be undertaking some night works to complete the required stormwater drainage.
Council’s Transportation Unit has started work on a project to add broken yellow no-stopping lines to existing cycle lanes around the city in areas where the cycle lane is next to a kerb.