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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 annual call is out to turn an iconic farming product into art with kiwi ‘No.8 wire ingenuity’.
A blessing led by Hamilton City Council Kaumatua Tame Pokaia this afternoon marked the completion of a $1.3M turf renovation at FMG Stadium Waikato.
Local community groups improving the city’s wellbeing can apply for a share of more than $400,000 funded through Hamilton City Council’s 2020 Single-Year Community Grants.
Not many people see the value in waste quite like Kirsty Quickfall does.
The increasing summer heat and demand for water has led to Hamilton moving to Alert Level 2 on Tuesday 14 January.
The Council is the New Zealand pioneer of using the Infor Field Inspector app to carry out building WOFs and condition checks on Council buildings, as well as 15 types of water asset inspections.
With Hamilton on Water Alert Level One, the city’s use of water should be done thoughtfully, and this project is no different.
Hamilton’s home of netball – Minogue Park in Forest Lake – is set to undergo a major face lift, as work to resurface the netball courts got underway this week.
If you see a dog roaming in your neighbourhood – with no owner in sight – contact Hamilton City Council’s Animal Education and Control.
The seal on a road is like the paint on your house – it keeps the water out of the structure underneath
A section of four-lane Cobham Dr between Howell Ave and Galloway St will be reduced to three lanes from Monday 13 January 2020 as the next phase of work for the Ring Road
Please Do Touch, an exhibition by Raglan artist Yaniv Janson, previously displayed in Paris and New York, will be a featured exhibition at ArtsPost from Friday January 10.
A delay in the arrival of replacement parts over the holiday period has meant the recycling collection in some areas has been impacted.
In the last 12 months, Hamilton City Council’s graffiti removal team – Tagbusters – have removed a phenomenal 12,000 tags across the city.
Click here to see all our facilities and services hours over the holidays.
An artwork believed to the biggest single mural in New Zealand will begin taking shape on Hamilton’s Anglesea St in the first week of the new year.
Hamiltonians have heaped lots of praise on their city’s parks, playgrounds and river paths in the Hamilton City Council’s latest Parks Survey.
Hamilton is gearing up for another summer of fun with a raft of events taking place in the city over the coming weeks.
Hamilton City Council will continue to raise awareness of courtesy crossings over the summer period, highlighting the importance of stopping and looking before crossing the road.
The results point to a continuing trend of investment in the city, underpinned by Hamilton’s geographic and economic advantages