Taieri Times

Call for dog ban to be extended

A group of Ocean View residents concerned about the safety of wildlife want dogs to be banned from their beach. Protect our Wildlife group co-ordinator...

School goes the distance in Swimathon fundraiser

Outram School pupils, parents and staff dived head first into a "Swimathon" on Friday. Friends of Outram School chairwoman Vick Robertson said the aim of...

Nomination for former Black Cap 

A call has been made for a modest former Black Cap to be selected for a project recognising Taieri people who have achieved excellence...

East Taieri boy selected for Chinese milk advert

Mosgiel boy Felix Smith is the star of a milk powder commercial airing in China. The East Taieri School pupil said the commercial was filmed...

Bigger and better Party in the Park this Sunday

It will be party time in Mosgiel on Sunday. Party in the Park co-organiser Kelly Aitcheson said up to 6000 people were expected at the...

‘Village hub’ to connect Taieri senior community

Mosgiel residents and social services are set to create a "village hub" to give older residents a place to get information about groups and...

Markings improve pupils’ safety

A dead-end street in Fairfield has been given a new lease of life. Dunedin City Council transport engineering and road safety team leader Hjarne Poulsen...

Mosgiel $2 shop closing

The longest-running $2 shop in Dunedin is closing next week. Mosgiel $2 & More co-owner Phil Tate said his variety shop in Gordon Rd would...

New covered arena to shelter RDA riders

The completion of Dunedin Riding for the Disabled's (RDA) canopy as part of the new covered arena has allowed the organisation to extend its...

More than 5000 visitors flock to Taieri A&P Show

Otago Taieri A&P Society president Graeme White is a happy man, after a strong turnout at Saturday's A&P Show at the Mosgiel showground. Rain in...

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