A recipient of Red Cross Meals on Wheels Mosgiel says the service has helped her keep some independence.
Mosgiel-Taieri's newest representative on the Dunedin City Council had just come inside from feeding calves when he heard the news.
The Strath Taieri Historical Society will outline steps to ensure preservation of artefacts affected by dampness in the Middlemarch Museum at a meeting on April 19.
Planning is under way for a quiz night to raise funds for a Brighton man recently diagnosed with cancer.
Some of the ideas planted during stage one of consultation on two new reserves in Mosgiel, have been weeded out in stage two of the consultation process.
About 100 people have auditioned for 29 parts in the Taieri Musical Society's next production, Mamma Mia!.
Taieri College year eight pupil Dylan Lloyd (12) gets his hands on the Rugby World Cup at the school on Thursday.
The owner of a Mosgiel florist shop and nursery plans to retire after more than 50 years in the plant-growing business after following in his father's footsteps.
An initiative is under way to keep the art of letter writing alive by bringing it to a new generation through the gift of thousands of free postcards and stamps to school-aged children.
Country beat Town in a tussle for the Ron Hollandy Trophy on the indoor greens at Wingatui Hall on Saturday.
Strath Taieri School children were challenged and educated in an unfamiliar environment on a recent trip to Stewart Island.
Prepare to be ''well entertained, well fed and probably exhausted'' by two big events on the Taieri this weekend.
A Taieri College pupil has broken a South Island discus record, beating the old mark by more than a metre.
Not-for-profit fruit and vegetable-buying co-operative has been successfully extended to Mosgiel, where it attracts up to 50 customers a week.