Taieri Times

Silver Stream bank awaits planting facelift

A plan is in place to beautify the Silver Stream bank The aim is to beautify the bank between Wingatui Rd and Gordon Rd with...

‘Sense of community’ great to see

The three Taieri community board heads are applauding the lockdown measures, The Star reports. Community response to the lockdown has been "pretty outstanding", Mosgiel-Taieri Community...

Taieri farmer doing his bit

Taieri dairy farmer Adrian Winward is happy to do his bit by providing an essential service during the Covid-19 lockdown. "It is a nice feeling...

Woman warning neighbours after theft

A Wingatui woman is warning her neighbours to be security conscious after a group of opportunistic young thieves stole from her home in broad...

Community pitches in with flooding defences

The Brighton community rallied after wave surges battered the coast and flooded buildings on Tuesday night. The Saddle Hill Community Board put the call out...

Big queues for flu vaccine

A Mosgiel doctor says the "crazy" reaction to the arrival of a batch of flu vaccines at his medical centre yesterday showed how anxious...

Travel plans to honour fallen soldiers disrupted by Covid-19

Mosgiel pensioner John Bone wanted “to kiss the tarmac” when he arrived home on Thursday. Mr Bone (69) left Dunedin for a two-month solo trip...

Work on Silver Stream bank resumed

Contractors have resumed working on a section of a Silver Stream bank in Mosgiel. In a statement released today, Dunedin City Council 3 Waters capital...

Bringing home Easter egg hunt

The Greater Green Island Community Network has come up with a novel way for families to keep children entertained during the Covid-19 Level 4...

Schoolwork goes on despite challenges

Pupils and staff at one Dunedin school have had more practice at self-isolating than most. Snow constantly closes Lee Stream School but the way the...
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