A change to a freedom camping site in Ocean View is causing confusion for tourists.
A service providing return trips to supermarkets is expanding to Mosgiel.
Middlemarch impressed during a celebration of vintage locomotives.
A call has been made for nominations to recognise Taieri people who have achieved excellence in their field and brought credit to the area.
A project to improve a Mosgiel intersection has stalled.
A battle to name a road in a new East Taieri subdivision has taken another turn.
A new fitness class set to launch in Fairfield next week has been given a funding boost.
A Mosgiel woman is "disgusted'' how her hometown has been portrayed in some parts of the media.
Top Types celebrates people for the good they do in the community; This week, Shawn McAvinue talks to Royal District Nursing Service community support worker Robyn Ruddell.
Mosgiel Volunteer Fire Brigade members have different ranks but share the same drive to help people having a bad day.
Taieri Times' Top Types recognises people for the good they do in the community. This week, Emma Perry talks to Taieri Friendship Club life member Lexie St John.
Centenarian twin Elsie Fagg has died in Mosgiel aged 101, eight months after her sister Cora Wright.
Wayward hens inspired a Taieri woman to pick up her pen.
Outram School pupils collected a vast pile of rubbish from the rural roadsides near their school during a recent clean-up.
Outram butcher Lyndon Gold says some of his cuts of meat may have a slightly smoky flavour now that he has joined the township's volunteer fire brigade.
Mosgiel-Taieri Community Patrol members are "absolutely delighted'' to have a vehicle to help keep their streets safe.
Concerns about motorists speeding in a Mosgiel street have been shared; but for police to act, witnesses need to front up in court.
A former top Taieri cop has a had a career change but continues his community work.
A call has gone out for singers to ‘‘have a go’’ as entries open for the Country Music Dunedin Awards in Wingatui.
Residents of a Mosgiel street fear a child will be killed if the Dunedin City Council fails to install measures to slow down speeding motorists.