Category: Stories of Hamilton
Wednesday 20 July | Stories of Hamilton
There is many a home medicine cabinet being raided right now with both Covid and seasonal colds and flu doing the rounds.
Wednesday 6 July | Stories of Hamilton
The unprecedented rainfall just in January 1907 caused one of the biggest floods in the history of New Zealand.
Wednesday 22 June | Stories of Hamilton
Taking photos of our pets is not something that started with camera phones! For as long as we've had the ability to take photographs, we've taken photos of our beloved…
Wednesday 8 June | Stories of Hamilton
Visits by the British Royal Family to Aotearoa New Zealand have always been memorial events.
Wednesday 25 May | Stories of Hamilton
The first Hamilton Hotel, was opened in March of 1865 by Captain W. E. Turner, formerly a commander of the colonial paddle steamer, the PS Rangiriri.
This week's blog commemorates the anniversary of the Battle of Ooraakau, near Kihikihi.
Thursday 3 March | Stories of Hamilton
These items were chosen by Glenview team member, Lis. She shares her thoughts on a selection of images from our Heritage Collections Online.
Wednesday 16 February | Stories of Hamilton
Train crossing Claudelands Rail Bridge, c. 1918, HCL_02097 By 1884 the economic activity of the Waikato district demanded transport.
Wednesday 19 January | Stories of Hamilton
Seddon Park is home to Hamilton's main cricket ground. It is used as a test venue, an international one day venue and is the home of Northern Districts Cricket.