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Hamiltonians who have been hoarding items of clothing from bygone eras could have their old favourites officially become part of New Zealand’s fashion history.
More than 200 international students will be formally welcomed to Hamilton on Wednesday at event hosted by Hamilton City Council and Study Waikato.
A section of Hamilton’s river path network will be closed for three days next week to allow for the urgent removal of a group of alder trees.
Do you know someone in Hamilton who deserves one of the city’s highest honors?
The winning work from the 2018 National Contemporary Art Award is the epitome of contemporary.
Hamilton City Council has today approved a proposal to appoint five Maaori representatives to four of the Council’s committees.
Hamilton residents can contribute their views on the safety of the central city through an annual survey launching this week.
A section of Fairfield Esplanade on Hamilton’s river path network will be closed tomorrow, 1 August, to allow for vegetation management.
Cricket fans will get five chances to see New Zealand’s BLACKCAPS and WHITE FERNS in action at Seddon Park during the 2018-2019 international season.
A new pedestrian crossing and an extension of the Anzac Pde bus lane is going in at the south end of Anglesea St.
Work to further improve safety at the Thomas Rd/Gordonton Rd intersection has been fast-tracked by Hamilton City Council.
Hamilton City Council Chief Executive Richard Briggs says an Audit New Zealand report into decision-making around a proposal for a central city park clears the air and confirms the Council processes were appropriate.
Motorists, cyclists and pedestrians are urged to avoid Alma St on Tuesday 31 July while a tree management project is undertaken by the Council’s arborists.
With so much going on in Hamilton this weekend, we have collated our fab five things to do
The closed section of Bryce St is set to reopen early next week, following investigations into changes to cracks in the road and footpath between Tristram St and Seddon Rd.
A section of Hamilton’s river path network through Matakanohi Reserve will be closed for two days next week to allow for repairs.
A section of Hamilton Lake Domain’s popular boardwalk will be closed for one day this week for tree management work.
One lane of Te Rapa Rd between Wairere Dr and Garnett Ave/Vardon Rd will be closed on Monday, 23 July.
With so much going on in Hamilton this weekend, we have collated our fab five things to do.
A 30km/h speed limit and a raised pedestrian platform have been installed in Knox St to improve safety for people in this part of central Hamilton.