Taieri Times

Gift of giving

Presbyterian Support Otago supporter development manager Jude McCracken (left) accepts presents from Fairfield Community Market organiser Nicole Broekhuyse and her son Riley Broekhuyse (11)...

Progress on plan to use materials for new bridge

A project to reuse materials from a historic bridge to build a new one to extend a cycling track in the area is progressing. Strath...

Call to fast-track sleeper work

Plans to install more concrete sleepers in Cemetery Rd need to be moved forward to avoid "taking a gamble with children's lives", a Mosgiel-Taieri...

Solar light missing

The Dunedin City Council remains in the dark about the whereabouts of a missing solar light from a freedom camping site. A solar light was...

Busy food fairies serving Strath Taieri community

Meals made "out of the kindness of the heart" of the community are being served to those in need across the Strath Taieri. Strath Taieri...

A year on the beat for Middlemarch’s one cop

The sole police officer in Middlemarch is enjoying village life after celebrating a year in the job. Constable Allan Lynch, of Middlemarch, celebrated his first...

Volunteers vital to food bank drive

Volunteers have been going the extra mile to make the upcoming Mosgiel Community Food Bank Drive a success. Food bank co-ordinator Michelle Kerr said many...

Berry farm goes beyond ice cream

Put the pitchfork down, there's no need to stage a mutiny. McArthur's Berry Farm will continue to sell its ice cream after a new product...

Vintage machinery club opening doors to public

The Otago Vintage Machinery Club will open its shed doors to the public at the weekend. The club will host its annual open day at...

Sheep farm quilters fabricate exhibition

A quilting group formed on Strath Taieri sheep farms brought an exhibition to town last week. Inapiece co-ordinator Sue Broekhuyse said women from sheep farms...
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