30 days ago

Are you taking part in Movember?

The team Reporter from Hamilton Press

Movember is an opportunity for men to ditch their razors and grow a moustache to raise money and awareness about men's health. The funds raised each year go towards programmes targeted at prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.

Are you currently taking part in Movember? If so, we'd love to see pics of your 'stache! Share in the comments!

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20 minutes ago

Do you know Hamilton is getting a drug court?

Libby Wilson Reporter from Hamilton Press

Auckland and Waitakere already have the courts, now Justice Minister Andrew Little has announced one for Hamilton.

"It's not like any court you have ever experienced before," Alcohol and Drug Community Support Trust director Stephen King has previously said. "It's almost like a quasi therapy, but it does have the power of the district court judge there."

Did you know about the Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment court? Read more here. What do you think?

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8 days ago

Poll: Are you going to the 2020 Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival?

Matt Bowen Reporter from Waikato Times

Morning neighbours,

The lineup for this summer's arts festival was revealed at a special gathering at Turtle Lake on Wednesday night.

There are more than 50 performances ranging from opera to immersive theatre to K-pop and many other forms of artistic expression.

The performance venue list has also expanded. It will now include the Meteor and Clarence Street theatres, Garden Place and Victoria On The River.

What do you think of the festival lineup?

Read all the details here.

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Are you going to the 2020 Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival?
  • 20% Yes
    20% Complete
  • 49.3% No
    49.3% Complete
  • 30.7% Still not sure
    30.7% Complete
75 votes
1 day ago

Drug and Alcohol Court for Hamilton

Jamie Neighbourly Lead from Chartwell

Great to see an announcement from Minister Andrew Little this morning that Hamilton will be receiving a Drug and Alcohol Court.

These courts make a real difference to people: within two years court participants are 23% less likely to reoffend for any offence, and 35% less likely to reoffend for a serious offence.

New way to deal with drug users announced for Waikato after successful pilots in Auckland. www.stuff.co.nz...