Taieri Times

Sutton bridge build on track to open mid-year

The height of a replacement bridge near Sutton is hard to comprehend, Strath Taieri Community Board chairman Barry Williams says. A new vehicle bridge would...

Wi-Fi hot spot ‘too challenging’

A project to get a Wi-Fi hot spot at Middlemarch Railway Station has derailed as Chorus calls the cost "too challenging". Strath Taieri Community Board...

Models on track for annual show

All aboard. Dunedin Model Train Show convener Trevor Buchanan, of Mosgiel, says model train enthusiasts are bringing 20 layouts from between Christchurch and Invercargill to...

GI art group celebrates 40 years

A large and chatty gathering of past and present members, friends and family, came together this week to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the...

Ready to roll to the Middlemarch Ball

About 540 revellers dusted off their denim and diamonds to dress in theme for the Middlemarch Ball on Saturday. Reporter Shawn McAvinue was at...

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...

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