Taieri Times

Rodeo hosted for ‘the sake of the sport’

The Outram Rodeo Club may have taken a bath financially by holding a rodeo to help another club hit by flooding but they did...

Locals rescue community garden

A call is being answered as the Taieri Community Garden gets flooded with support. In the Taieri Times in October last year, garden co-co-ordinators Margaret...

Garden show invites new entrants

The show must go on. The annual Outram Garden Club flower show is on next week. Show convener Daphne Macfarlane, of Outram, said during a recent...

Berries run late

Better late than never. Blue Willow Blueberries co-owner Eric Johnson said the season on his blueberry farm in Fairfield started late. The farm was opened to...

Wetland tour

About 60 people get a close-up look at the Takitakitoa Wetland, on the lower Taieri on Sunday. The Otago Fish & Game Council guided...

Bucking rodeo bulls raring to go in Outram

Get set for "man against beast" at the Outram Rodeo on Waitangi Day. D&J Bucking Bulls co-owner Dan Nichol, of Clarks Junction, said the bulls...

Pipa gives baby bib idea “a go”

A young first-time stallholder was among the thousands of people at Brighton Gala Day on Sunday. Pipa Mooyman (14), of Taieri College, decorated her stall...

Hedgehogs and eels flee from enclosures

Slippery and prickly pets set to star at the Otago-Taieri A&P Show made a break for freedom on Saturday. Petting corner co-organiser Jaclyn Harris, of...

Movement on rail project

It's full steam ahead for a stage of a project to transport an historic railway carriage and two cattle wagons across Dunedin. Project Steam chairman...

Cyclist uses noodle to gain wider berth

A Mosgiel cyclist wants motorists to give her more room on the road. The cyclist, who declined to be named, has attached a foam pool...
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