Hamilton’s leading and local favourite café, Momento City Café are excited debut their new dinner menu. A highlight on the menu is the pan seared pork sirloin. “This delicious dish is made fresh Pork sirloin with creamy shallots and mushroom sauce with asparagus,” says Momento City Owner, Mandeep Singh. Start your night the right way with one of Momento City Café’s entrée options. Why not try the crumbed eggs served with chilli, spring onion, spinach,
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The award-winning Hamilton Motel Argent Motor Lodge in Hamilton are leading the way with exceptional customer service.
The award-winning motel Argent Motor Lodge, on Lorne Street in Hamilton, have made a strong commitment to high quality customer service simply a way of life. “It’s just the way that we do things here at Argent Motor Lodge. We pride ourselves on our adaptability to our guests’ individual situations that makes all the difference when it comes to guest service at Argent Motor Lodge,” says Argent Motor Lodge owner Graeme Hunt. From the second
The cancellation of Hamilton’s Anzac Day events will not diminish the remembrance of our city’s fallen and returned soldiers. That’s the message from Hamilton City Council and Hamilton Returned and Services Association (RSA), after the Royal NZ RSA announced Anzac Day services around the country would be cancelled to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. The NZ RSA decision is in line with Government advice to downscale, cancel or postpone events with an expected attendance
Balloons over Waikato events have been cancelled to follow the Government’s recommendations around mass gatherings.
Balloons over Waikato events have been cancelled to follow the Government’s recommendations around mass gatherings. The Balloons over Waikato Facebook said “As per the Government recommendations in regards to mass gatherings, Balloons over Waikato have made the decision to cancel public attendance at Innes Common for morning flying, The University of Waikato for Nightglow, and all other sub events associated with the Festival.” “The good news is, our balloons are here, our pilots are here,
Hamilton City Council is implementing contingency plans to maintain essential services to the city while supporting the health and wellbeing of the community and staff in response to Covid-19.
The Council’s Chief Executive Richard Briggs says the Council has established an Incident Management Team which has been co-ordinating the Council-wide approach. “We’ve got more than 1000 staff in 27 business units across 20 sites who interact daily with thousands of Hamiltonians. We’re taking steps to make sure we support the national response to this situation, while delivering the services our community relies on, like clean water, wastewater, rubbish collection, transportation and much more,” Mr
Following Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s announcement yesterday, regarding the cancellation of large gatherings to prohibit the spread of COVID-19, the New Zealand National Fieldays Society will be postponing the Fieldays event scheduled for 10-13 June 2020. “The Society stands by the governments’ decision to cancel events that draw crowds over 500 in order to stall the spread of COVID-19”, says Society CEO Peter Nation.“We value our loyal stakeholders, including the many exhibitors, suppliers, volunteers, visitors,