The whine of the electric hand-piece will be heard from many shearing shed throughout the country as the days begin to heat up.
Moving to a new area can be hard, and even harder when you don't speak the same language as your new community does.
Passing on years of knowledge and teaching young shepherds the art of sheep dog training is a labour of love for one Outram man.
You don't have to be a top points scorer to be a legend at the Taieri Rugby Football Club. Doug Boyes has been an integral part for almost 50 years.
A Milton home-owner has questioned the ''high demand'' for affordable housing in the Clutha district after struggling for months to sell her three-bedroom property.
After moving to a new premises, Citizen Advice Bureau Dunedin say they are now able to offer a more confidential service.
Getting a phone call at 5 o'clock on a Friday night and not knowing when you are going to get home has been the reality for a Dunedin LandSAR volunteer for almost 40 years.
For the first time a University of Otago residential college has run a New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) course.
Taieri Times is recognising people for the good they do in the community. In ‘‘Top Types’’ we will be celebrating these people. This week we talk to Kelly Ennis.
In the heart of Dunedin’s central city student housing area, the last thing you might expect is an orchard, but one keen gardener has turned his dream into reality.
All aboard the walking school bus. One Dunedin school is encouraging its pupils to trade wheels for shoes.
One couple has turned their love for foxes and chocolate into a delicious business.
The new Barnes Dance crossings in inner-city Dunedin are causing some confusion but one academic thinks there is a simple solution.
In a new series, the Taieri Times is recognising people for the good they do in the community. This week reporter Ella Stokes talks to Pip Weber.
A Dunedin student is couch-surfing his way through 2018 to raise money for charity.
Middlemarch's rural police officer will soon go from serving the community to serving behind a hotel bar.
A group of women are stepping in time to help keep their minds and bodies moving.
A University of Otago student is over the moon after receiving a $6000 scholarship to go towards his studies.
Using her artistic skills to teach people about the importance of native plants is what one Dunedin woman’s latest project aims to do.
Bags for Good is spreading the message in Dunedin that reusable bags are fun and easy to make.