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Kopua has been in the Magic team for 17 years, and will play her final home match for the side at Claudelands against the Northern Mystics on Sunday as the 2019 ANZ Premiership nears its finale.
Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato is a finalist in the ServiceIQ New Zealand Museum Awards for an exhibition celebrating its region’s flair for science and innovation.
Hamilton’s Hare Puke Park playground has been named Playground of the Year at the Recreation New Zealand Green Pavlova 2019 parks sector conference held in Auckland this week.
The final Special Housing Area (SHA) application in Hamilton, a site on Quentin Dr near Hamilton Lake, has been recommended to Government by Hamilton City Council.
Hamilton’s next new Waikato River bridge is progressing with Councillors getting the first glimpse of the bridge’s form.
The West Town Belt is an expansive 54ha network of parks, gullies, sports facilities and community facilities on the edge of Hamilton’s central city.
Hamilton’s business leaders are being urged to let their staff step away from their work and pick up a spade for the annual planting at Waiwhakareke Natural Heritage Park.
The Waikato’s club and school sports community is being urged to Park Smarter as the winter codes click up a gear in coming weeks.
Work starts on Monday at Grantham St and River Rd to install safer pedestrian crossing points for people on foot.
Council Event Manager Tracey Wood says the initiative means Hamiltonians who are out of town or unable to attend can watch their local commemorations.
Following the success of last year’s event, the Dirty Dog Challenge will be returning for another year at Ngaruawahia Christian Youth Camp.
Hamilton City Council is providing a further opportunity for feedback on the city’s Development Contributions (DC) Policy update through an open briefing with Councillors next month.
Two sections of Knighton Rd will be renewed next week with new chipseal going down on Tuesday 23 and Friday 26 April.
After representing New Zealand at the Gallipoli Anzac Day services last year, Lt Col Olly Te Ua is the Master of Ceremonies for Hamilton’s commemorations next week.
As with all Council and committee meetings, 30 minutes of public forum was set aside giving our community the chance to give their views.
Hamilton’s new fenced dog exercise area will be in Innes Common – and will be operational by the end of June.
Visitors on Good Friday will be treated to a party atmosphere with activities including free face painting, a bouncy castle, live music, spot prize draws and a sweet station and ice blocks for the kids.
The cemetery, operated by Hamilton City Council’s Parks and Recreation Unit, is on the outskirts of the city and in recent years it has seen an increasing amount of damage.
A short section of Hamilton’s river path network near Awatere Ave will be closed for the day tomorrow (16 April) to allow for a tree pruning operation.
The annual award, managed by Waikato Museum and partnered by rural supplies co-operative Farmlands, showcases the value, versatility and symbolism of No.8 wire.