Mosgiel Water Supply - Mike Lord A week has passed since Mosgiel's bore water supply changed to Dunedin's treated water. Dunedin City Councillor Mike Lord, who lives on the Taieri, is live in the studio. Also, Christmas lights are all the rage right across New Zealand and Mosgiel is no exception. Regan talks to Maurice Williams about why he and wife Miriam have spent the past 12 years lighting up their Forth Street house.
Run the Runway Challenge - Irene Mosley Five hundred participants have the rare opportunity to pay for the privilege to run the runway at Dunedin Airport as a novel fundraiser for the Taieri Aquatic Centre. Taieri Communities Facilities Trust chair Irene Mosley speaks about the event, never been done before in New Zealand's history.
Wal's Plant and Fun Land owner Clive "Wal" Wallis talks about the development of a new maze attraction and reveals plans for more attractions at the family destination 25-acre Bush Rd Mosgiel property.
Mosgiel soccer talent Rory Findlay Rory Findlay, 16, has been selected for the NZ Secondary Schools Soccer U-18 squad to tour USA in April 2018 featuring matches against an LA Galaxy team, major league and top college division teams. Hear how he has progressed through the Mosgiel junior grades to earning the honour to represent his country.
New Indoor Arena Surface A new $100,000 indoor arena surface is needed for the Otago Equestrian Centre near Mosgiel. Many community groups including horse riders, pony clubs, dressage clubs, show jumping clubs, dog training and agility clubs and rugby clubs use the facility. Megan Henderson and Sue Jones tell why a new state-of-the-art sand and fibre surface is needed to replace the current 25-year-old sawdust base surface.
Dunedin City Councillor - Mike Lord Regan talks to Dunedin City Councillor Mike Lord representing the Mosgiel-Taieri ward about issues including the legal row over Saddle Hill quarrying, the July Taieri Plain flooding, Gordon Rd long-term roading solutions, Easter Sunday trading and the Taieri Aquatic Centre. Also find out what has been the public feedback over the Mosgiel Business Association latest public mural plan before opinion closes on Sep 10 ...
"A Mosgiel teenager is seeking funding to run a music event to provide young people a chance to socialise and also showcase young musical talent. Karl Brinsdon,16, is in a band called Saurian (saw-ree-in) and band manager Rachael Brinsdon has applied for funding from the Mosgiel Taieri Community Board. They hope to hold the event at the Wingatui Hall later this year which, if successful, could become regular. Find out more about their plans."