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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.
Hamilton City Council has a new General Manager Growth as the city continues its sustained population and economic growth.
Anzac Day parades and services return on 25 April after not going ahead in 2020 – the first cancellation since services began in Hamilton in 1916.
We want your views on Maaori wards and other means of Maaori representation. Have your say by 10 May.
There will be some changes to rubbish and recycling collections due to the upcoming public holiday.
Hamilton City Council is looking for community views to help develop a new Heritage Strategy. Share your voice by Sunday 16 May.
Auckland artist Gina Ferguson has taken out the top prize in the 2021 Fieldays No.8 Wire National Art Award
Hamilton City Libraries’ new card designs feature colourful images from two picture book illustrators with local connections.
Hamilton City Council’s City Growth General Manager Jen Baird is to leave Council at the end of May
Results of the 2020 Quality of Life survey have been released, showing 85% of Hamiltonians rate their overall quality of life positively, up from 75% in 2018.
The 2021 Fieldays No.8 Wire Art Award will be hotly contested, with artists from Dunedin, Rangiora, Hastings and Waiheke Island among the finalists.
Hamilton’s ANZAC Day parades will lead off from a new starting point this year.
Hamilton City Council and Waikato District Council are pleased to announce that the Dirty Dog Challenge is back for 2021.
Council has agreed to consider Maaori wards in time for the next election.
This year’s first round of Hamilton City Council Civic Awards features a wide variety of individuals making a difference for people in their community and beyond.
Hamilton City Council has been ranked 21st in the 2021 Top 50 Smart City Governments by Eden Strategy Institute.
Consultation on Hamilton City Council’s 2021-31 draft Long-Term Plan is now closed, with a record number of people sharing their voice.
Some of New Zealand’s best secondary school artwork will be on display at Waikato Museum from 9 April, as part of the Top Art exhibition.
Hamilton City Council will revisit the issue of establishing Maaori wards for the city in time for the next election.
Road markings, called sharrows (share arrows), have been recently painted along Victoria Street, to help improve cycle accessibility within the central city.
A new date for Hamilton City Council's annual Love Your Bike Event has been announced for Sunday 18 April at Claudelands Park 10-12pm.