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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.
With voting about to close in local body elections, Waikato Museum is renewing a call for visitors to cast a vote for the most popular artwork in the National Contemporary Art Award exhibition.
The library, which bears the old Hamilton City Libraries blue and orange, will close on 11 November for three weeks for improvements.
Work to change Claudelands Bridge’s road layout and further connect the central business district with suburbs concludes once final road making is finished.
The path will be predominantly off-road and will follow the banks of the Waikato River in places. It will also include bridges over stream gullies and boardwalks.
There are 10 days left for Hamiltonians to have their say in this year’s local elections and more than 80 places around the city where voting packs can be dropped off.
Hamilton dance music fans are in for a treat with the first ever performance of Synthony, at Claudelands Arena on Saturday 12 October.
The meeting will be the first time ever the Council’s 1100 staff have all got together.
The International Day of Older Persons, first declared by the United Nations in 1990, celebrates older people and raises awareness of the issues affecting them.
A Glenview woman is prohibited from owning dogs for five years following a successful Dog Control Act prosecution by Hamilton City Council.
City buses will be free within the city for young people (aged 18 years and under) over the upcoming school holidays.
Remnants of bullets have been found in topsoil between Dey St and Cobham Dr, a site which housed ammunition factories during World War Two.
At the last Council meeting for the 2016-19 triennium, Mayor Andrew King presented his first Mayoral citation. The citation was awarded to acknowledge Robyn McDougall, who in 1966 and together with her husband Ken, saved eight people in an act of bravery as a boat caught fire on the Waikato River.
Winning national awards, the highest number of new homes consented in more than 40 years, major renovations to flagship community facilities, and innovative road safety initiatives headline Hamilton City Council’s performance in its last financial year.
The relationship between the Council and the local plumbing industry was celebrated at the 2019 Waikato Master Plumbers Awards last week.
Sections of road around the intersection of London St, Harwood St and Barton St will be closed this week to allow for the installation of raised pedestrian platforms.
The exhibition is dedicated to showing the development of the Picturesque Garden Movement which was fashionable from the late 1700s.
No pay increase for the Chief Executive has been approved by the Council. Any discussion on this will be a matter for the new Council to consider.
Hamilton’s award-winning Victoria on the River central city park will feature a new sculpture thanks to the generosity of philanthropic arts organisation MESH Sculpture Hamilton.
Two hundred surf life saving athletes from across the North Island will converge on Hamilton’s Waterworld this weekend for the 2019 Eastern Regional Rescue Championships.
“We’re confident the new-look Claudelands Bridge will provide a safer connection to our central city for people on bikes...”