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.
The Dunedin City Council is about to trial small roundabouts to improve safety at two intersections, one in Green Island and one in Kaikorai.
Mosgiel is about to be named the first official motorhome-friendly place in Otago.
Dust off your fascinator and get out your lounge suit; a royal celebration is coming to Mosgiel. Kind of.
In a new series, the Taieri Times is recognising people for the good they do in the community. This week reporter Ella Stokes talks to Pip Weber.
A hands-on science project is making its way into Dunedin primary school classrooms via an ancient worm that once delayed widening work on State Highway 1.
Mosgiel Community Food Bank has more clients with no fixed abode than ever before, says co-ordinator Michelle Kerr.
Concept plans are being designed in a bid to make a Mosgiel footpath safer for pedestrians.
The Mosgiel-Taieri community board is in the ‘‘development stage’’ of aheritage project which will celebrate local sporting achievements.
Clinton Chambers has left Mosgiel to pursue a business opportunity in the city.
Brighton woman Michelle Budge hit ‘‘tipping point’’ when her dog rolled in human faeces at a freedom camping hot spot.
Thomas the Tank Engine, cowboys and Smurfs will unite at the Taieri Bowling Club for the Dunedin Model Train Show this weekend.
If you should be driving past the big Mosgiel sign and you discover the M is blue, try not to panic - your eyes are fine.
The police area commander for Coastal Otago has met Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board members, after Mosgiel residents voiced their frustrations about being unable to contact local police.
A Mosgiel group has formed to fight to get fluoride out of the Dunedin water supply until the chemical is proved safe.
A mufti day at Abbotsford School last week raised almost $1000 to support the family of cancer-stricken pupil Isaac Stocker.
Few would question Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board chairwoman Sarah Nitis' commitment to her city.
It is not just people who have enjoyed a long, hot summer — white-tail spiders are thriving in the Taieri and exterminators are flat out dealing with infestations.
The Dunedin City Council has $2.8m set aside for new cemetery plots in the Mosgiel area but there are questions over whether more are needed.
Exercise equipment at Highland Park reserve has been removed due to concerns about privacy and noise, a Dunedin City Council representative says.