Taieri Times

86-year-old flower show in jeopardy

A flower show's future could wilt and fall in Outram after tomorrow, ending an 86-year history. Maungatua Church Flower Show committee member Beth Daniell, of...

Teenager makes a wish for charity

The wish of a Wingatui girl to repay the kindness she was shown when she was sick is a step closer to being granted. Caroline...

Board and blokes build community

The community have rallied to get a new picnic table installed in a Mosgiel playground. Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board deputy chairwoman Joy Davis said a lack...

Taieri team fundraises for rugby tour

A Taieri College invitational rugby team is travelling to the other side of the world to face "unknown" opposition. The team will play five matches...

‘Meeting killers’to be replaced

The Saddle Hill Community Board has given money to replace "meeting killer" chairs in two halls in its area. Brighton/Ocean View Halls Committee secretary and...

Volunteer to help build in Uganda

A Taieri woman has accepted an opportunity to embark on a special expedition to East Central Africa to help change the lives of many. Olivia...

Taieri-draining pump to be preserved

A historic drainage pump which helped transform the Taieri from a swamp to productive land is set for display. The Taieri Historical Society president Neil...

Club to spin a yarn on Saturday

The Otago Spinning & Weaving Association is running a series of social get togethers for fibre crafts people this year. The series of events, which...

Mosgiel troupe to compete at the top

A group of talented young dancers from a Mosgiel studio will compete at the highest level of dance on offer in New Zealand, a...

Reflecting on the Abbotsford slip

George Ellis was helping fill the cracks in Edward and Mitchell St when the Abbotsford slip occurred 40 years ago. Mr Ellis was a Abbotsford...

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