The Department of Conservation has moved to block illegally-formed vehicle tracks in the Westwood-Brighton area.
The call has gone out for singers to come together and form a community choir for the Green Island "Festival of Carols'' in December.
Locals are ready to have "a hoot'' at the annual Outram raft race today.
An outdoors adventure initially thought to be a "one-off'' is set to return for its 15th year.
Black sheep is a term often used to describe an oddball family member but in reality the dark animals are a delight, a North Taieri lifestyle block owner says.
Party in the Park is returning to its ‘‘original home’’ in Mosgiel. POLL 📊
A village hub in Mosgiel is opening its doors for an expo next month.
A call has been made to revitalise the East Taieri Community Garden.
Businesswoman Christianne Govaerts doubts her new venture in Mosgiel will make her wealthy but it "makes me rich in many other ways''.
A Mosgiel man experienced a Christmas epiphany after seeing an empty lane in his town.
Taieri voters - get set to meet the candidates next week.
A flower show's future could wilt and fall in Outram after this week, ending an 86-year history.
The Mosgiel Hospice Shop has hit double figures.
A Taieri College invitational rugby team is travelling to the other side of the world to face "unknown'' opposition.
The community have rallied to get a new picnic table installed in a Mosgiel playground.
A big blue wall in Mosgiel is available for a mural.
A historic drainage pump which helped transform the Taieri from a swamp to productive land is set for display.
Despite Fairfield School’s new play area consisting largely of asphalt and having no playground equipment, pupils ‘‘flocked’’ to it on the first day back at school this week.
Repairing and restoring an old former infant classroom at the Taieri Historical Museum and Park remains a major challenge, organisers say.
The "crazy fun'' at Fairfield Craft Group could leave you in stitches.