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Hamilton’s Sudima Hotel upgrades see it into its second century One of Hamilton’s historic hotels is in the throes of a renovation which should see it into its second century. Stuff
Interest grows in Te Awa Lakes adventure park and housing development A plan for a water adventure park surrounded by housing, accommodation and a business zone is proving popular. Stuff
Three sisters create Dutch cafe and venue in the Waikato Monique Reymer, Christina Reymer and Teresa Bowe-Reymer are building a replica of their great-grandfather’s farmhouse in the Netherlands and turning it into a cafe and function centre. Stuff
New theatre an opportunity for Hamilton A revitalised CBD and creative arts community in Hamilton is likely with the building of a new performing arts theatre in the city, according to backers of the plan. RNZ
Tech boost for business, tourism and residents The Te Aroha Business Association and Wisper Communications joined forces to allow residents and visitors to access the free wi-fi service. Waikato Times
North Waikato’s Te Awa Great River Ride Perry Bridge to open It’s been five years in the making and come Thursday, the Te Awa Great River Ride Perry Bridge will open to the public. Waikato Times
April 2017
Kihikihi walk, cycle route decided Waipa will soon welcome another great trail to the district with the Te Awamutu to Kihikihi trail route confirmed. Te Awamutu Courier
Te Awa Cycleway gets boost from Waikato motelliers The Te Awa Great NZ River Ride hopes to boost Hamilton’s tourism numbers, and local motelliers are backing the track. Waikato Times
March 2017
Waikato River tourism potential ready and waiting Big strides are being taken to turn the river into the centre of tourists’ attention. Waikato Times
Mangaweka residents searching for new publican to reopen hotel Ever wanted to be the life of a small country settlement? Residents of Mangaweka are looking for a new owner for their much-loved pub. Stuff
Entry fee proposed for Hamilton Gardens Hamilton’s Mayor is proposing that everyone but local ratepayers pays a $25 entry fee to see the city’s themed gardens. Waikato Times[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]