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Eleven community champions were presented with Hamilton Civic Awards in front of a crowd of supporters at Hamilton City Council’s reception lounge yesterday.
Hamilton City Council has today voted to start an action plan to address climate change issues, accepting a need for these issues to be considered urgently.
Hamilton City Council contenders continued their journey to potential election yesterday aboard a bus tour of key sites to highlight challenges, priorities and opportunities facing the city.
The Civic Awards recognise substantial service of a voluntary nature or beyond normal employment benefiting the city of Hamilton and its people.
One of the largest event set-ups is underway at Hamilton’s Claudelands Arena.
Ayesha Green, who is formerly from Hamilton and attended Wintec, graduated with a Master of Fine Arts from Elam in 2013 and a Graduate Diploma in Museums and Cultural Heritage in 2016.
A two-year project to streamline the way customers use Hamilton’s District Plan is set to save applicants hundreds of thousands of dollars in combined savings every year.
The following is an update from Hamilton City Council’s Parks and Open Spaces Unit on two sites on the city’s popular river path network.
The last financial year has seen record levels of investment to make Hamilton’s roads safer, enable growth and look after the city’s key community assets.
After the opening of the new Smart Space, the Central Library’s frontage will soon be renovated to incorporate a community space and The Makerspace
Be.Accessible audited the city’s flagship public library and swimming and recreation complex earlier this year.
Round up the family, pile into the car and head to Hamilton’s FMG Stadium Waikato on a classic Kiwi “rugby roadie”.
Hamilton’s renaissance and position as one of New Zealand’s fastest-growing cities has been underlined by two new reports released today.
The Council is hosting two free bus tours in early August exclusively for candidates standing in the city elections.
The project will introduce a slower speed environment across Claudelands Rd and new road markings to encourage people on bikes to share the road safely with motorists.
Fifty-two finalist works are arriving into the Museum’s safe-keeping for judging on Friday next week for the 20th celebration of the Award.
After hearing the exhaustive list of contributions Peter Bos has made to Hamilton and its people, his grandson Arie remarked, “Opa, you’ve done so many things!”
Council’s Peacocke programme is not only delivering new roads and a bridge, works will also make some of Hamilton’s existing roads safer.
The union of two cultures is something Sylvia Sinel negotiates every day, with her ceramic art both influenced by her Swedish heritage and inspired by the New Zealand setting it’s made in.
Candidates seeking to be Hamilton’s leaders for the next three years can now officially put their hat in the ring.