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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.
Residential property values in Hamilton have increased by slightly over 30% from 2015, shown in just completed citywide property revaluations.
Workshops are coming up starting next week on future use of Hukanui and Peachgrove roads.
The two items were considered as part of Hamilton Mayor Andrew King’s Chair’s Report at yesterday's Council meeting.
The Mansfield Garden represents the early 20th century New Zealand garden described in Katherine Mansfield’s short story ‘The Garden Party’.
The important role of helmets in bike safety has again been highlighted at an awards ceremony at Hamilton City Council today.
New pedestrian traffic lights and the country's first extra low voltage traffic lights have gone in at Silverdale Rd shops,
The Maeroa Rd/Rimu St roundabout will be resurfaced on Wednesday and Thursday nights this week (14/15 November).
Public consultation on a draft plan to guide the management of dozens of small Hamilton parks reserves has now opened.
A powerful service followed by a concert and picnic was held at Memorial Park in Hamilton to mark 100 years since the end of World War One.
Hamilton’s taking off and Hamiltonians can be rightfully proud of their city’s place on the national stage says Hamilton City Council Chief Executive Richard Briggs.
The Mansfield Garden will be the newest Fantasy Collection garden to open at Hamilton Gardens from 4pm on Monday, 12 November 2018.
Hamilton Gardens will be under traffic control on Monday, 12 November when the Gardens’ latest addition to its Fantasy Collection opens.
Some pruning of our street trees is due to be carried out on Cook St between Grey and Firth streets in Hamilton East on Wednesday 14 November.
With the centenary celebrations for Armistice Day on Sunday 11 November just around the corner, the final touches are being put on what promises to be a great day.
Streets around Hamilton’s Waterworld swimming complex will be under traffic control on Saturday when the refurbished community recreation facility reopens.
A pilot project to maintain Hamilton’s indigenous biodiversity will be continued and completed following the October committee meeting.
A section of Hamilton’s river path network north of Fairfield Bridge will be closed for two days this week.
In the run up to Guy Fawkes Night on Monday 5 November, Hamilton City Council is reminding people of the need to act safely towards people, pets and property when letting off fireworks.
Fitch Ratings has affirmed Hamilton City Council’s high ranking in international credit ratings.
Members of the public are asked to stay clear of two sites at Innes Common over the next two days (30 and 31 October).