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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 Council will continue to maintain its essential city services while supporting the health and wellbeing of the community and staff in response to the new alert level.
Applications for Hamilton City Council’s extended rates rebate as part of its COVID-19 support package are now open.
Ensuring the ongoing provision of key services within our city was an important component of last week’s meeting of Hamilton City Council’s Infrastructure Operations Committee.
Just days after Hamilton City Council entered the final procurement stages for a new bridge over the Waikato River, it has announced a further boost to the local and regional economy.
Glass kerbside collections are set to resume from Monday 20 April.
One of Aotearoa’s most highly-regarded art professionals will judge the 2020 National Contemporary Art Award.
Hamilton City Council Chief Executive Richard Briggs has confirmed today that he will be taking a pay cut of 20%.
Waikato mayors say local councils and their partners have “turned over every possible stone” in their bid to secure government money to help rebuild the Waikato economy following COVID-19.
We’re noticing a number of calls coming in from the public reporting water leaks, but then it’s actually turned out to be someone emptying or backwashing their pool
Hamilton City Council is forecasting a $33 million drop in revenue because of COVID-19.
For most of us, our daily lives are very different right now and being in lockdown can make us experience all sorts of things: anxiety, loneliness and fear just to name a few.
After less than two weeks of operation, the Waikato Freephone 0800 800 405 has already received hundreds of calls.
The first $184,000 has been allocated to nine community groups.
Police is urging New Zealanders to stay safe by staying home this Easter.
Hamilton City Council will pitch a suite of environmental initiatives to the Government as part of its plan to help the city recover from COVID-19.
Hamilton’s popular river paths are busier than ever as more people exercise locally, but not everyone is remembering to share with care.
Waikato Museum has launched a new social media initiative
Hamilton’s kerbside rubbish will be collected a day later than usual due to the Easter long weekend. Normal collection days will resume Monday 20 April.
All Hamiltonians have a part to play in helping to keep themselves and others safe during the Alert Level 4 period.
Last week your Council announced phase one of a two-phase recovery plan for our city so we can support and rebuild Hamilton after COVID-19.