Telford graduands and staff enjoyed warm weather as they proudly paraded down the main street of Balclutha yesterday.
Telford students and staff were treated to fine weather as they paraded proudly down the main street of Balclutha yesterday.
Telforrd's new 54-bale rotary dairy shed, which was opened by Deputy Prime Minister and Clutha-Southland MP Bill English yesterday, marked a change for the specialist rural farm training organisation.
Skyla Taylor is determined to forge a career in the sheep and beef industry.
Telford will host the Otago-Southland regional final of the National Bank Young Farmer Contest this Sunday.
Telford students and staff battled strong winds and rain showers as they paraded proudly down the main street of Balclutha yesterday.
Telford has seen many changes this year and, this month, will also have a new director.
A plaque marking the merger of Lincoln University and Telford Rural Polytechnic was unveiled by the Deputy Prime Minister and MP for Clutha-Southland, Bill English, yesterday morning.
Jonathan Walmisley has been the face of Telford in his role as chief executive, leaving behind a legacy of growth and a wealth of changes.
Police caught two more Telford Rural Polytechnic students drink-driving in the past week.
A dairy expansion planned at Telford Farms - costing just over $4 million - is the first major dairy development at the South Otago property for more than 20 years.
It was a sad day for the Telford Rural Polytechnic council's last meeting yesterday.
Telford Rural Polytechnic chief executive Jonathan Walmisley has resigned.
Telford Rural Polytechnic risked losing cornerstone government funding if it did not find a suitor as it did in Lincoln University.
Telford Rural Polytechnic celebrated its last year as an independent institution with a graduation parade on Balclutha's main street yesterday.
Students to graduate from Telford Rural Polytechnic in Balclutha on Friday were.
Telford Rural Polytechnic is reviewing its correspondence courses after an audit revealed more than 70% of students were failing some courses.
Some Telford Rural Polytechnic students involved in anti-social behaviour at "the beer pit" on Koau Rd are likely to be prosecuted by police and the Otago Regional Council following complaints from Balclutha residents.
Telford Rural Polytechnic is considering setting up an agricultural course on Great Barrier Island, in the Hauraki Gulf near Auckland.
Telford Rural Polytechnic student Jeremy Cornish, of Tapanui, was yesterday awarded the Telford bursary scholarship from Clutha Mayor Juno Hayes during a meeting of the Clutha District Council.