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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.
WEL Networks will be undertaking significant electrical infrastructure work and a power outage will be required during this time. The zoo will reopen on Wednesday 26 September.
Wherever we’re going we rely on each other to get there safely.
Road resurfacing work will be carried out over three nights from Sunday 16 September to Tuesday 18 September on a section of Forest Lake Rd.
A new agreement for the management of Hamilton’s new kerbside collection service has been officially recognised today in a major step forward for the city.
A major community survey has shown over the past 12 months people in Hamilton believe their quality of life has improved.
Council’s Community, Services and Environment Committee has voted in favour of progressing a K’aute Pasifika proposal to occupy the Stadium Bowling Club site.
Hamilton road users should be cautious passing two tree management projects in the city over the next couple of days.
Road resurfacing work will be carried out over three nights from Sunday 9 September to Tuesday 11 September on Discovery Dr in north-east Hamilton.
A safer 60km/h speed limit on Gordonton Rd, a partnership agreement for Te Waka - Regional Economic Development Agency and more.
South Hamilton could be home to more than 850 new houses as part of a large development application in Peacocke.
If you notice more motorbikes on the road, don’t be surprised – September is the start of the riding season, which means the number of riders on our roads will double.
Hamilton will be the first city in New Zealand to trial a new dog tag technology, Doggone, designed to help reunite dog owners with their lost dogs easily and quickly.
Progress on Hamilton-Auckland commuter rail and roading signage was outlined at yesterday’s Hamilton City Council Growth and Infrastructure committee meeting.
Three of Hamilton’s low-lying river paths have been closed this morning (Wednesday 5 September) due to the level of the Waikato River.
Hamilton Zoo rhino Jamila makes the trip north to her new home at Auckland Zoo this week as part of a planned breeding programme for the threatened species.
Hamilton’s Victoria on the River is a finalist in the New Zealand Institute of Architects Awards.
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Three of Hamilton’s low-lying river paths have been closed this morning (Friday 31 August) due to the level of the Waikato River.
Work starts on Monday 3 September to upgrade the traffic lights on the corner of Victoria and London Sts.
A new ‘whole of Council’ approach to managing Hamilton’s biggest-ever 10-Year Plan budget is set to deliver millions of dollars of savings in the next decade.