Taieri Times

Paws Crossed Cat Rescue’s hands full

The sound of purring fills the lounge of Mosgiel woman Aimee Garner as kittens and young cats snooze and play. A trained vet nurse, Ms...

On a quest to develop community market

Taieri Times is recognising people for the good they do in the community. In "Top Types" we are celebrating these people. This week, Shawn...

Family ‘part of community folklore’

The extraordinary influence of the Shand family on the Taieri Plain in the 19th century has been highlighted through research by University of Otago...

Gumboot Friday

TracMap help support worker Dan Hedges, of Belleknowes, hurls a gumboot under the guidance of New Zealand Gumboot Throwing Champion Kieran Fowler outside TracMap...

Board doles out remaining funds

The remaining discretionary fund of the Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board has been spent, seven groups having made a case for a share of the cash. When...

‘Beautiful residents’ shorn

A Mosgiel retirement village was abuzz as some of its "beautiful residents" stepped up for a good cause. Chatsford Retirement Village resident Liz Thomas (79)...

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...

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