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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 history of Hamilton’s five local hapuu is the inspiration behind spectacular new artwork on the Waikato River.
Voting packs for Hamilton’s East Ward By-election will be delivered by post to electors this week (from Tuesday 27 July 2021).
Voting is now open for our next East Ward Councillor! Share your voice, shape your city.
Motorists are being urged to plan ahead and prepare for delays as construction work ramps up on the Ruakura Road upgrade project.
Hamilton City Council and its facilities will be closed for three hours on the morning of Thursday 29 July to allow for an all-staff meeting.
Public nominations are open from today for the second round of Hamilton Civic Awards for 2021.
Hamilton City Council is offering $100,000 to organisations looking to host events across the city.
Hamilton City Council’s new rubbish and recycling service has been recognised in the Local Government New Zealand Awards.
Hamilton Mayor Paula Southgate says the announcement of $58.6 million for Hamilton to support the Government’s water reforms is “a good start”
From diggers, to dump trucks and everything in between, it was all on show for Te Ao Mārama School students last month.
Hamilton will be abuzz this weekend as two international rugby matches and a sell-out concert head to the city.
Hamilton City Council is urging Watercare to reduce its reliance on the Waikato River by developing a new water source.
Hundreds of impassioned faces are captured through a Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato exhibition revisiting 1981 anti-Springbok Tour protests in Hamilton.
Ward Street will keep its pedestrian crossing, cycle lanes and a 30kph speed limit, with most of the other changes introduced as part of the trial to be removed.
Hamilton City has honoured five of its most exceptional citizens by conferring upon them the city’s most prestigious awards.
As a fresh-faced engineering student at Wintec, Lyle Barker ventured across the road to ask Hamilton City Council if he could be accepted as an intern.
The Hamilton Zoo team has said a heartbreaking final farewell to our much-loved chimpanzee, Sally.
A truckload of Tronpost, compost made from Hamilton’s kerbside food scraps, has been delivered to Caro Park in Fairfield.
Borrowing books from Hamilton City Libraries has never been easier for children and teenagers, thanks to a new fine-free initiative.
Hamilton Mayor Paula Southgate has welcomed today’s announcement, saying the case for water reform is clear.