Taieri Times

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...

New youth, community worker role

Top of the Hill column: Saddle Hill Community Trust youth worker Renee Faithful. To most of us on the Taieri, the sense of community is...

Community survey for Green Island area

The Greater Green Island Community Network is launching a wide-ranging community survey asking residents to share their concerns around local issues and ideas for...

Abbotsford residents call for footpath

Abbotsford residents are calling for a pathway to be installed in Matthew St. Edward St resident Amanda Reid was concerned about pedestrians' safety as they...

Curious new shop opening

Moving a clothing shop to "booming" Mosgiel was a "no-brainer", its owner says. Curious Clothing owner Renee Hodge said the clothing shop was based in...

Young musician makes most of lockdown time

Being in lockdown for the past seven weeks has given young musician Keira Wallace (13) the golden opportunity to work on some new songs. "For...

Playground upgrade

New surfacing under the netting play frame at Memorial Park has been installed as part of the Dunedin City Council's upgrade of parks around...
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