Taieri Times

Science fair – chance for young researchers to shine

Bridges and insects are some the subjects of projects in this year's Aurora Energy Otago Science Fair. Seventeen Fairfield School pupils have entered the science...

Board seeks assurance as landfill project progresses

A project to create a landfill south of Allanton is progressing as the Saddle Hill Community Board seeks assurances it will be invited to...

‘Mudboggers’ clean up around Lake Mahinerangi

A day of collecting rubbish strewn around Lake Mahinerangi was launched after removing a "ute from the drink". Jesse Wilson, a member of Mudboggers, the...

Decision on Mosgiel pool site delayed

A section of a Dunedin City Council meeting allocated to deciding on a site to build a new pool in Mosgiel has been postponed. Dunedin...

High aspirations for Mosgiel bagpipe player

After only three years of playing it is already clear a young Mosgiel piper has talent by the bagful. Logan Dale (16) was recently given...

Pupils flock to new play area

Despite Fairfield School's new play area consisting largely of asphalt and having no playground equipment, pupils "flocked" to it on the first day back...

Pedestrian path being investigated

The Dunedin City Council is investigating installing a path for pedestrians between Westwood and Ocean View. At the latest Saddle Hill Community Board meeting, board...

‘Mind-boggling’ restoration task

Repairing and restoring an old former infant classroom at the Taieri Historical Museum and Park remains a major challenge, organisers say. Located near Outram Glen,...

Service for elderly gives opportunities

A service providing recreational and social opportunities to housebound elderly on the Taieri deserves to be noticed, the Mosgiel Elderly Care Trust says. Trust vice-chairman...

Celebrating 10 years as ‘eyes and ears’ of police

The Mosgiel-Taieri Community Patrol has been the "eyes and ears" of police for a decade. Patrol chairman Tony Baas said the patrol celebrated its 10th...

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