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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.
Hamilton Mayor Paula Southgate says Hamilton is standing by to offer “every support possible” to assist the families and friends of White Island victims.
An array of unique and colourful designs were on display at yesterday’s prizegiving for the annual ‘Design your own Helmet’ competition.
Local iwi group Te Haa o te Whenua o Kirikiriroa (THaWK) joined Hamilton City Council staff and contractors from HEB Construction to bless the site of the Hillsborough wastewater pump station upgrade.
Hamilton Zoo hosted a training event of a unique kind from 27-29 November, led by internationally renowned animal trainer, Peter Giljam from Zoospensefull, currently based in Sweden.
South Waikato potter Fiona Tunnicliffe has won the $3,000 Waikato National Ceramics Premier Award for 2019 with a mid-fired clay work called ‘Blue Horse’.
On Monday 9 December, construction fencing will be installed around part of the Netball Centre facility at Hamilton’s Minogue Park.
Hamilton’s newest sculpture will be unveiled and presented to the city next Monday (9 December) at a public event kicking off at 6:30pm at Victoria on the River.
Hamilton is giving rubbish bags the sack in favour of an exciting new kerbside rubbish and recycling service starting 1 July 2020.
Summer is officially here so it’s time to start thinking about how much water we use. While we aren’t at water alert levels yet, it’s not far away if we keep using the amount we are.
The 2019 Waiclay National Ceramics Awards, worth more than $6,500 overall, will be announced on Friday 6 December.
Hamilton City Council is proud to support International Day of Persons with Disabilities, which this year highlights engagement, participation, leadership and wellbeing.
Hamilton ratepayers on low incomes saved more than $1.6M on the cost of their rates in 2018/19, thanks to Hamilton City Council’s bolstered rates rebate scheme.
Hamilton’s FMG Stadium will play host to a rugby Test match between the All Blacks and Argentina next year.
July 2020 marks not only the start of an exciting new kerbside rubbish and recycling collection service for Hamilton, but a new era in how our recyclables are being handled and sorted.
Hamilton City Council was recognised at the New Zealand Recreation Awards held last night for its innovative Play Strategy.
A change to the public forum was the first order of business as the newly elected Council worked through their first full agenda for the triennium.
Boats will be able to load and unload at the central city jetty (below the Waikato Museum) following work to reinstate the jetty deck.
Hamilton’s H3 group took out two top accolades at the Entertainment Venues Association of New Zealand (EVANZ) Awards in Christchurch last night.
A short section of Cobham Dr will be down to one lane each way overnight, so we can remove the central median strip.
About 300 visitors attended opening day events for the exhibition Puhoro ō mua, Puhoro ki tua on Saturday (23 November) at Waikato Museum Te Whare Taonga o Waikato.