Taieri Times

Cyclist uses noodle to gain wider berth

A Mosgiel cyclist wants motorists to give her more room on the road. The cyclist, who declined to be named, has attached a foam pool...

Royal status again for AP show

Heaps of horses, a burly bull and royal ribbons are set to feature at a show in Mosgiel on Saturday. Otago Taieri AP Society president...

Fun in the sun

The mercury hit about 20degC on the Taieri Plain on Tuesday. Reporter Shawn McAvinue photographed people having fun in the sun.  

Veteran cars ready to shine in rally

A blue veteran car is set to shine in the 66th annual Brighton Veteran Car Rally on Saturday. Stephen Kidd, of Andersons Bay, salvaged a...

Mosgiel off-ramp safety improved

Changes to a Southern Motorway off-ramp leading into Mosgiel will improve visibility for road users. New rubber judder bars, kerbing, footpath and line-marking have been...

Christmas Family Fun Night

Hundreds of people flocked to the inaugural Christmas Family Fun Night in Mosgiel on Saturday. Event co-ordinator John Bone said the response was "overwhelming". "It was...

“Major contributors” retiring

Two "major contributors" to Fairfield School's culture of high expectation and achievement are retiring today. Principal Greg Lees, speaking at a function at the school...

Crew’s tree-mendous effort for Christmas family fun

It's starting to look a lot like Christmas in Mosgiel. A crew from the Mosgiel Fire Station plans to cover a tall mature tree, at...

Community board chairman “gutted” over likely railway line closure

Cruise ship passengers' desire to take shorter rail journeys could spell the end of the only train service to Middlemarch. In a statement released on...

Christmas bling

Church parish manager Leeanne McKinlay said people could see how the children got creative by attending a public performance at the church in Cemetery...
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