An accident is waiting to happen because of the design of a Mosgiel street, Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board chairwoman Sarah Nitis says.
A South African family have lived in several parts of New Zealand for the past 10 years but when they arrived in Mosgiel they decided to settle and become citizens.
A beloved technology teacher — set to teach at Taieri College — has been farewelled from the school she called ‘‘home’’ for the past seven years.
A Mosgiel teenager is filling a void in the local music scene.
KiwiRail staff work on a railway line on the Taieri Plain last month. KiwiRail South Island network services manager Jeanine Benson said KiwiRail staff had been taking advantage of the ‘‘quieter...
Shop on Taieri is under new ownership. The shop, in Gordon Rd, was ‘‘gifted’’ to the Saddle Hill Foundation Trust by Presbyterian Support Otago (PSO) on July 2.
Mosgiel is the latest addition to a national ‘‘motorhome friendly town’’ scheme facilitated by the New Zealand Motor Caravan Association.
The Saddle Hill Foundation Trust has been given a $20,000 boost, which will keep its youth programmes running.
A sculpture celebrating the history of market gardening in West Taieri is being planned for Outram.
A Mosgiel singer is in the United States and set to"belt out powerful songs'' and chase down a dream.
A simple solution has much improved the safety of pedestrians leaving the Dunedin City Council car park in Green Island's Main South Rd.
The concept of creating a village hub for retirees in Mosgiel, along the lines of those established around the world, will be discussed at a public meeting next week.
The NZ Transport Agency has announced it is set to ‘‘make a big statement’’ with a landscaping project at the state highway interchange in Mosgiel, including nearly 50,000 plants and a community space.
A call has been made to plant colourful vegetation in the middle of a Mosgiel roundabout and bury plans to plant ‘‘boring’’ natives.
A ‘‘yummy’’ tradition returned to Green Island School this week.
A Green Island firm has taken steps to keep residents safe by making a defibrillator available to the community 24/7.
The NZ Transport Agency has reassured Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board members Gordon Rd is destined for "a big asphalt job'', which could cost "millions''.
Strath Taieri Community Board chairman Barry Williams has praised Dunedin city councillors for voting to pay for a share of the cost to build a new bridge to replace the flood-damaged historic Sutton bridge.
A South Dunedin businessman is vowing to continue to fight to retain Kiwibank and New Zealand Post in his suburb.
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.