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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.
Shared library services between Hamilton residents and for Waikato District residents in the immediate areas around Hamilton will resume next month.
Hamiltonians who’ve made online nominations for this year’s Hamilton City Council Civic Awards are being urged to re-enter their nominations after a fault was discovered with the web-based form.
Hamilton City Council’s Your Neighbourhood event series headed out west this week.
A new public consultation process on Hamilton City Council’s Prostitution Bylaw review will start from Monday 1 July 2019.
The Council’s Community Services and Environment Committee this week (Tuesday 25 June) approved the project move to the next phase of its development.
Road resurfacing work will be carried out over two nights on Friday 28 June and Sunday 30 June to resurface Wairere Dr from Te Rapa Rd eastbound to Karewa Pl.
In the last two months, four separate sites have been targeted by criminals – including vandalism of a public toilet block which had been completely refurbished.
Hamilton’s riverside park, Victoria on the River is still gaining accolades, picking up another award 18 months after it was formally opened.
Road resurfacing work will be carried out over two nights on Monday 24 June and Tuesday 25 June to resurface Te Rapa Rd from number 329 to Garnett Ave/Vardon Rd intersection.
For Hassan Beigi, receiving New Zealand citizenship was an opportunity to reflect on his contribution to his new country, now and in the future.
Ngaruawahia’s Christian Youth Camp was almost over-run with dogs on Saturday during the 2019 Dirty Dog Challenge.
The annual Matariki Ki Waikato festival turns 10 this year, generating major collaboration among more than twenty groups and organisations.
During its meeting today Hamilton City Council today voted 11-1 to support a phased approach to develop and implement a youth concession for public transport in the city.
Several reports and submissions were heard at the meeting, including Lime e-scooters, the Infrastructure Alliance Contract Sum Increase, the Encroachment Management Policy, Wet Industry Water Allocation, and an update on the Peacocke Programme.
Through a nationwide arrangement with National Library of New Zealand, Hamilton City Libraries is part of the Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa (APNK).
Road resurfacing work will be carried out over two nights on Sunday 16 June and Monday 17 June to resurface Victoria St from the BP garage to Boundary Road/ Mill St intersection.
The flagship facility of Hamilton City Council’s Hamilton Pools operation is more than 40 years old and regular maintenance and renewals projects are fundamental to the safe operation of the complex
The busy Grey St/Te Aroha St intersection is set for a safety make-over, with working starting next week to make improvements for people who walk and bike.
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Two Hamilton East streets will be under traffic control for two days this week for a tree replacement project.