Taieri Times

Community volunteers ‘eyes and ears’ for police

Watching over their community, while being "eyes and ears" for the police is a labour of love for members of the Mosgiel/Taieri Community Patrol. The...

Vintage machinery club open day ahead

The Otago Vintage Machinery Club will open its doors for people to check out its range of machinery. The club, in George King Memorial Dr,...

Strath Taieri A&P Show cancelled

  The 118th annual Strath Taieri A&P Show has been cancelled in a bid to help stop the spread of Covid-19. Show secretary Michelle Tisdall said...

Support to help engage teenagers

On the beat: Senior constable Karren Bye, of Mosgiel. I recently dealt with members of the public including parents and grandparents who are charged with...

Public airing for heritage concept

A concept has been launched in a bid to get more people to visit Strath Taieri and to save a train service. Strath Taieri Heritage...

Chipping in

Friends Rayna Bain (left, 6) and Amira Johnson (7), both of Mosgiel, collect rubbish in St Kilda on Saturday. About 2800 litres of fast-food packaging,...

On target

Outram School pupil Jack Rongen (9) takes aim at the Highland Fair at the school on Sunday. The fair coincided with the welcome for the...

Grants support Mosgiel kindergarten

Receiving community grants was a "lifeline" for a Mosgiel kindergarten. Mosgiel Central Kindergarten has a new sandpit and sunshade, thanks to some funding grants and...

Spitfire flight ‘out of this world’

  An array of "amazing" aeroplanes and a fleet of "wonderful" vehicles were on display at the Taieri Wings & Wheels Spectacular on Sunday. Otago Aero...

Train’s fate in council hands, says community board chairman

The fate of the train service to Middlemarch lies with the Dunedin City Council, Strath Taieri Community Board chairman Barry Williams says. About 100 people...
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