Christmas could be lacking an essential ingredient in Mosgiel this year.
The Dunedin City Council has been asked to keep past promises and launch a project to enhance a ‘‘derelict’’ suburban main street.
Thomas the Tank Engine, cowboys and Smurfs will unite at the Taieri Bowling Club for the Dunedin Model Train Show this weekend.
A call has been made to plant colourful vegetation in the middle of a Mosgiel roundabout and bury plans to plant ‘‘boring’’ natives.
The Dunedin City Council has engaged a contractor to complete feasibility studies to identify a preferred option for a landfill site.
Taieri Dramatic Society continues its 70th anniversary programme with a new local comedy for mature audiences - Bangers `n' Mash.
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.
The repair of a damaged barrier on a Mosgiel bridge is imminent, a representative for the NZ Transport Agency says.
A Fairfield family is bracing for a season of blueberry "madness" after opening their farm to pickers.
Walton Park residents appear to be "scared'' of a new community fruit and vegetable stand in their neighbourhood.
The two Otago Regional Rescue Helicopters had a very busy time over the summer period, undertaking 85 missions in December and 87 in January.
Mosgiel Community Food Bank has more clients with no fixed abode than ever before, says co-ordinator Michelle Kerr.
The wait is nearly over. Senior Constable Fred Jansen is educating motorists about correct use of signals when travelling around three new roundabouts in Green Island.