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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’s H3 group is looking forward to a busy month of unmissable events in the city.
The Hamilton Zoo chimpanzee troop will soon be getting a new addition with four-year-old Chiku’s mother, Sanda, due to give birth in early summer.
Elected Members will next week consider a staff recommendation to consult with the community on the draft 2021-31 Long-Term Plan budget.
A photo celebrating Hamiltonians’ social spirit during the COVID-19 lockdown has won the Hamilton City Libraries Life in Lockdown photography contest.
Protecting the environment and having great community facilities were the talking points at an open day for the new Peacocke neighbourhood last night.
A celebratory exhibition showcasing works from past winners and finalists of the National Contemporary Art Award is set to open at Waikato Museum on 5 December
St Andrews Library will reopen on Monday (30 November) with new paintwork, furniture, shelving and more space.
Hamilton City Council is leading the way when it comes to calculating the carbon emissions generated by wastewater treatment.
It’s the final few days for Hamiltonians to have their say on our Biking and Micro-mobility Programme.
An exhibition of artworks that bridge the divide between traditional Maaori cultural skills and modern art practice opens at Waikato Museum on 28 November and is a North Island exclusive.
Creating a multi-purpose park on the Founders Theatre site has captured the imagination of the Hamilton community.
Hamilton City Council has won the 2020 Infrastructure New Zealand Excellence in Social Impact Award.
Hamilton is among the four cities to benefit from the player facilities upgrades announced by Minister of Sport and Recreation Hon Grant Robertson today.
Work on an eye-catching new shared entrance for Hamilton Zoo and Waiwhakareke Natural Heritage Park will begin early next year.
A public consultation process aimed at enhancing the city’s relationship with Maaori was approved by Hamilton City Council today.
Hamilton Gardens is set to get a new layout that retains the Rhododendron Lawn and improves access and traffic flow.
A two-year co-design partnership between Hamilton City Council and the community has revealed an exciting vision for the Rototuna village.
Families are invited to join the festivities to launch a new picture book set at the iconic Hamilton Gardens.
A section of the river path in central Hamilton will be closed from Monday (16 November) as work begins on replacement of the central city jetty and Ferrybank wall.
Hamilton City Council is looking for your ideas and input to help upgrade the facilities at Steele Park in Hamilton East, our city’s oldest park.