Taieri Times

‘Gutted’ after fruitless council bid

As the shock subsides, outgoing Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board chairwoman Sarah Davie-Nitis is looking to the future. Mrs Davie-Nitis said she was "gutted" to have been...

Party in the Park returns to gardens

Party in the Park is returning to its "original home" in Mosgiel. Festival of The Plain chairman Ian Chalmers said the annual Party in the...

Curtains lifts on ‘Blood Brothers’ play tonight

Homegrown talent abounds in the Taieri Musical Society's production of Blood Brothers, which opens tonight in Mosgiel. Society president Blair Hughson said the production team...

Tunnel mural

Alyssa Duthie (12), of Abbotsford, paints an image of a kiwi in a mural in the pedestrian tunnel linking her suburb and Green Island...

Community garden to be revived

A call has been made to revitalise the East Taieri Community Garden. Saddle Hill Foundation Trust community facilitator Joy Davis said the garden was on...

Whole-school display of artwork

East Taieri School pupils put on an impressive exhibition of their own artwork last week. Teacher Janine Clague said the three-day event, which ended on...

Recycle shop has creditable approach to doing business

Businesswoman Christianne Govaerts doubts her new venture in Mosgiel will make her wealthy but it "makes me rich in many other ways". Ms Govaerts opened...

Pony club to open new grounds

A ribbon is set to be cut to officially open the new grounds of the Saddleview Pony Club in Abbotsford tomorrow. Club president Louise Lawrence,...

Pupils set to paint pedestrian tunnel mural

A group of pupils have finished the design phase and are preparing to paint a large mural inside a pedestrian tunnel linking Abbotsford and...

DCC investigating Memorial Park site for Mosgiel pool

The Dunedin City Council has launched an investigation to check the feasibility of a site to build a new pool facility in Mosgiel. If the...
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