Taieri Times

Pupils’ murals to brighten skate park

Fairfield School pupils have shown their artistic flair, depicting land and sea in two murals for the Fairfield skate park and playground. Created late last...

Roundabout feedback sought

The Dunedin City Council is seeking feedback on a possible new roundabout. The council has proposed putting a roundabout at the intersection of Wingatui and...

Grass Kart action

Dunedin Grass Kart Club held a fun day at a Lee Stream property on Sunday. Drivers from across the South raced more than 60 karts...

Picnic table donated for intensive care fundraiser

A fitness club is hoping to raise money to buy a new fridge for people visiting Dunedin Hospital's intensive care unit. Taieri Blokes Shed members...

Take care with winter driving

As we enter the cold icy grip of winter I thought it appropriate to include some information about winter driving. Drive slower than you normally...

Hooked

Hunter, a Silverstream Primary School pupil, had never been fishing before so had beginner's luck in landing a trout. Mr Booth said Hunter was "very...

Covid-19 has had a massive effect

What an interesting last couple of months the world has thrown at us all. I hope everyone stayed safe and saw some positives in...

Relocated carpet retailer finally up and running

A Mosgiel carpet store is finally open after relocating. Mosgiel Flooring First was due to open on April 1, but owner Tracee Porter had to...

Cracking start to game bird season

Duck-shooters were delighted to finally get out on the water for a delayed start to the game bird hunting season on Saturday. About 4000 Otago...

Postie Mosgiel closes

Shop closes will not reopen and five staff have been made redundant. Postie chief executive Linda Leonard said the the permanent closure of the shop...
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