A Taieri College pupil has broken a South Island discus record, beating the old mark by more than a metre.
Taieri College pupil Rory Findlay will get to test himself against the best later this month as he pushes for a place in the New Zealand under-17 football squad.
The photograph of an unknown soldier has inspired a Mosgiel grandfather to write his first novel.
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.
Preparations are in full swing for the Island Park Golf Course's biggest tournament of the year.
She is only 16 but already Kirstin Gerken has been on tour with the New Zealand women's ice hockey team and scored her first goal.
Mosgiel's link with its rural neighbours on the Taieri has been been recognised as the area's community board was saved from amalgamation.
About 100 people have auditioned for 29 parts in the Taieri Musical Society's next production, Mamma Mia!.
Mosgiel-Taieri's newest representative on the Dunedin City Council had just come inside from feeding calves when he heard the news.
Each week the Taieri Times will publish a picture of the week.
Police say the death of a driver at Allanton won't see them step up their monitoring of the weekly boy-racer "drag-train" convoy on the Taieri.
A major revamp of the Waipori flood pumps, the first line of defence when the West Taieri floods, is mostly complete.
The Taieri Dramatic Society's costume hire is set to reopen under new management after being closed for almost a year.
Jaguar drivers from throughout Otago will assemble with their prized vehicles for a street race in East Taieri this weekend.
Taieri College has become one of the first schools in Otago and Southland to connect to the ultrafast broadband network, and it is having a major impact on the school's operations.