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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.
A section of Hamilton’s river path network north of Fairfield Bridge will be closed for two days this week.
In the run up to Guy Fawkes Night on Monday 5 November, Hamilton City Council is reminding people of the need to act safely towards people, pets and property when letting off fireworks.
Fitch Ratings has affirmed Hamilton City Council’s high ranking in international credit ratings.
Members of the public are asked to stay clear of two sites at Innes Common over the next two days (30 and 31 October).
It’s nearly 100 years since the guns fell silent on Armistice Day 1918. Hamilton is gearing up for a major centenary service on Sunday 11 November.
Road resurfacing work will be carried out over three nights from Monday 29 October to Tuesday 31 October at the Norton Rd roundabout in Frankton, by Seddon Park.
Victoria on the River claimed one of the major prizes at last night’s Property Council of New Zealand We Are Waikato Property People Awards 2018.
The latest phase of the switch to more efficient and lower maintenance LED street lights in Hamilton gets underway on Tuesday 6 November on Cobham Dr.
The Waikato A&P Show is on at Claudelands from 26 October to 28 October. It is an annual fixture at the site, and includes displays of livestock.
There is still time to enter a scarecrow at the upcoming Gathering of Scarecrows to be held at Hamilton Gardens.
Residents using Te Awa o Katapaki Reserve in Flagstaff should be aware of a day-long vegetation management project at the site this Friday 19 October.
How to best support growing communities across existing council boundaries was a recurring theme at last week’s Hamilton City Council meeting.
Hamilton’s policy restricting where stores selling legal highs can be located will continue for another five years.
Yesterday, Hamilton City Council approved five new Maaori appointees to committees of Council, marking the beginning of a new era for partnership-based decision-making for the city.
Hamilton’s Waterworld swimming complex will fully reopen on Saturday 3 November, with a special event featuring entertainment, club showcases and an opportunity to look behind the scenes.
A safer permanent 60km/h speed limit takes effect tomorrow (10 October) on Gordonton Rd, between Wairere Dr and 260m north of Thomas Rd.
If you’ve got an innovative idea for reducing waste, Hamilton City Council is offering a share of a $50,000 fund to help get that idea off the ground.
Road resurfacing work will be carried out over three nights from Sunday 7 October to Tuesday 9 October on a southbound section of Te Rapa Rd.
Hamilton councillors were this week briefed on development of the Smart Hamilton project, an overarching partnership approach to improve the wellbeing of Hamiltonians.
The three-yearly audit of Hamilton’s footpaths will for the first time be done using hi-tech scooters.