Taieri Times

‘Village hub’ to connect Taieri senior community

Mosgiel residents and social services are set to create a "village hub" to give older residents a place to get information about groups and...

Markings improve pupils’ safety

A dead-end street in Fairfield has been given a new lease of life. Dunedin City Council transport engineering and road safety team leader Hjarne Poulsen...

Mosgiel $2 shop closing

The longest-running $2 shop in Dunedin is closing next week. Mosgiel $2 & More co-owner Phil Tate said his variety shop in Gordon Rd would...

New covered arena to shelter RDA riders

The completion of Dunedin Riding for the Disabled's (RDA) canopy as part of the new covered arena has allowed the organisation to extend its...

More than 5000 visitors flock to Taieri A&P Show

Otago Taieri A&P Society president Graeme White is a happy man, after a strong turnout at Saturday's A&P Show at the Mosgiel showground. Rain in...

Bright and sunny for Brighton Gala

Dunedin residents made the most of the sunshine on Sunday by heading to the Brighton Gala Day. About 12,500 people stopped in at the Brighton...

Night market set to return

A night market is set to return to Mosgiel and give more to the community than just good food. Food truck operator Catherine Page, of...

School projects celebrate Taieri heritage

The first of a series of school projects celebrating heritage on the Taieri is on display. Hope and Sons funeral director and Taieri Heritage in...

Highway repair work set to start on Monday

Contractors will work around the clock to repair a section of Mosgiel highway from next week. Agency spokesman Andy Knackstedt said about six weeks of...

Fairfield Tavern reunion ahead

A three-day reunion is brewing for former Fairfield Tavern staff and patrons. Fairfield Tavern Reunion co-organiser Lynn Patrick, of Mosgiel, said she worked at the...
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