Taieri Times

More than 500 families attend Taieri treasure hunt event

A celebration of life on the Taieri finished with a treasure hunt on Sunday. Wal's Family Fun Day Treasure Hunt organiser Michelle Lightfoot said more...

Elmgrove School sets up new community pantry

Elmgrove School has started a new project to cut down on food waste and give back to the community. The school's new community pantry has...

Saddle Hill high achievers sought

The Saddle Hill Community Board is calling for high achieving young people to apply for its Youth Ambassador Award. The award, which comes with a...

Decals push active transport

Colourful decals have been placed on footpaths around Silverstream School to alert children when they are within five or 10 minutes' walk of the...

‘Right choice’ to return party to gardens

The decision to move Party in the Park was the right one, Festival of The Plain chairman Ian Chalmers says. The annual event returned to...

Recognition of 50 years as firefighter

A Brighton firefighter will receive an award for 50 years of service. Senior firefighter Colin Astle (73) will be presented with the double gold star...

Party in the Park returns to memorial gardens

Festival of the Plain chairman Ian Chalmers has his fingers crossed for fine weather on Sunday. That is the day Party in the Park returns...

Library ‘more modern’ after facelift.

Mosgiel Library has had a $1 million facelift. Dunedin City Council property services programme manager Andy Syme said the upgrade of the Mosgiel Library was...

Uncle inspires trip to honour fallen NZ soldiers

Mosgiel pensioner John Bone is off to Italy to put a tick on his bucket list. He leaves Dunedin on a two-month solo sojourn on...

Yoga teacher opens up more classes in Mosgiel

A yoga instructor is teaching relaxation skills to all ages in Mosgiel. Blissful Souls Yoga owner and teacher Aaron Kyle, of Maryhill, said she began...
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