Taieri Times

‘It wasn’t easy and every participant was challenged’

Blisters, bitter weather and a wake-up call by bagpipes are all part of the experience, a Mosgiel man says. In March, Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board members...

Protective grass on dune destroyed

The Dunedin City Council destroying grass protecting a sand dune is illogical, Saddle Hill Community Board chairman Scott Weatherall says. Speaking at a board meeting...

Community board says yes to bike track

The wheels are turning to get a new bike track installed in a Fairfield park. Saddle Hill Community Board chairman Scott Weatherall, speaking in his...

Efforts to restore hall and community spirit

A "derelict" hall is getting a face-lift in a bid to strengthen the community spirit in the rolling hill country west of the Taieri...

Middlemarch gets Wi-Fi hot spot

All aboard. A derailed project to get a Wi-Fi hot spot at Middlemarch Railway Station has been picked up, "fast-tracked" and the hot spot went...

No shortage of female company for Mosgiel lion

Mosgiel District Lions Club president John Stewart rarely finds himself lacking female company. The club has more female members than male – its largest gender...

One school: 15 rockquest finalists

It is not every year a school has 15 of its pupils making the regional finals of the Smokefreerockquest competition, but for at Taieri...

Seniors’ group hoping to open info hub in July

Taieri Age Connect's committee hopes to open the group's new information hub next month. The group was started earlier this year and aims to give...

Food boxes for struggling families

Free food is available for families in need in the greater Green Island area. Greater Green Island Community Network community worker Amanda Reid said she...

Gold guitar glory for Caleb

A Mosgiel boy has been crowned the junior champion of country music. Taieri College pupil Caleb Croy competed in the New Zealand Gold Guitar Awards...

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