Despite initial local opposition to an expanded, 24-hour BP station in Mosgiel, no appeals have been lodged over the Dunedin City Council's decision to grant developers resource consent.
The finishing touches are being made on the new fit-out of the lounge at the Sunnyvale Sports Centre.
This definitely won't be a case of ''you've lost those loving felines''.
Outram School pupils received a special visitor this week - Labrador-huntaway cross dog Meg, who was found after a five-week search.
Growing concerns from secondary school principals and parents about the impact of digital technology on teenagers and their families has prompted the East Taieri Church to organise a major educational workshop in Mosgiel.
Last week Janice Pont watched her old Mosgiel home - which had been in her family for nigh on 100 years - crumble to the ground.
Taieri theatre stalwart Nigel Ensor was stunned when he was tipped off he was to receive an award for his services to the dramatic arts.
The new partnership between Sinclair Wetlands/Te Nohoaka o Tukiauau and Pan Pac Forest Products' Milburn sawmill will be highlighted for World Wetlands Day early next month.
A Dunedin car racing club has come up with a novel way to coax its members into volunteering.
A 109-year-old racing car as fast as a ''robber's dog shot in the bum'' is ready for the Brighton Veteran Car Rally on Saturday.
In the 22 years of the Brighton Gala Day, organiser Colin Weatherall's motto for the event has not changed.
Prepare to be entertained as three big events hit the Taieri this weekend. The Taieri Times reporters ask organisers what’s on offer at the Brighton Veteran Car Rally, Otago Taieri A&P Show and...
''Wonky Donkey Man'' Craig Smith, and his faithful sidekick Kaha, will be on hand to entertain children at this weekend's Otago Taieri A&P Show.
Pizza Hut says it still has an eye on Mosgiel, despite struggling to find a franchisee to run a new restaurant in the town.
Participants in Sunday's Run the Runway will help give wing to Mosgiel's new aquatic centre.
Yabba dabba doo!
Members of churches from the greater Green Island area are warming up for this year’s Christmas carols.
Carols performed by Fairfield School’s choir, Forte, brought Christmas cheer to visitors at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum last Friday.
Triumph motorcycle owners Russell Simpson, of Waldronville, (left) and Dave Johnstone, of East Taieri, at the start of Bronz’s 34th annual toy run at Careys Bay on Sunday.
Mosgiel roads that a Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board member says have been needing work for 21 years are set to be resealed by mid-2020.