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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.
Final results in the Hamilton City Council East Ward By-election show Mark Donovan has 1774 votes, 208 ahead of the next highest polling candidate.
A massive range of projects to improve the wellbeing of Hamiltonians have been delivered in the past three years.
After a seven-day voting extension, Hamilton City Council’s newest elected member will be announced on Wednesday 25 August.
To ensure we have an up to date and relevant traffic bylaw for our growing city, Hamilton City Council is seeking feedback on proposed changes to the Hamilton Traffic Bylaw.
Four areas of Hamilton have been signalled for special plans to help manage the impacts of growth on the neighbourhoods.
Due to the Government’s recent COVID-19 Alert Level 4 announcement, disruptions are expected with rubbish and recycling collections in Hamilton this week.
The Hamilton City Council East Ward By-election will be extended until midday on Wednesday 25 August.
This means for the next three days all Hamilton City Council buildings and facilities are closed.
Churches, historic homes, and storied commercial buildings will undergo essential maintenance thanks to $80,000 in grants from Council’s Heritage Fund.
Supporting a neighbouring council’s urgent need for water, while safeguarding the long-term needs of Hamilton and the Waikato, were addressed yesterday.
The proposal keeps the current East and West general wards with six councillors elected from each ward, the mayor elected ‘at large’, and two new Maaori ward councillors to be elected citywide.
Change is on the cards for some Hamilton neighbourhoods following a government rewrite of planning rules.
The detail which underpins Hamilton’s newest neighbourhood, co-designed by the community, with the environment at its heart, is ready for public review.
Councillors are seeking more information on governance arrangements, financial detail and community engagement around the government’s proposed water reforms.
With just seven days left in the Hamilton City Council East Ward By-Election, just 12.10% of eligible voters have returned their voting packs.
A new $150,000 fund could help Hamilton’s creatives turn artistic ideas into realities for the city.
A large-scale exhibition exploring contemporary fashion through the life and work of Maaori designer Jeanine Clarkin opens this Saturday at Waikato Museum.
A community-led partnership to deliver more housing in Fairfield and Enderley was endorsed at yesterday’s Strategic Growth Committee meeting.
People on bikes are set for a smoother ride through the city with the introduction of specialist sweeping machines, made specifically for cycle lanes.
Hamilton City Council staff and elected members are devastated by the sudden death of city planning manager, Luke O’Dwyer.