Powerful scientific technology has helped University of Otago
researchers to show that some of the likely ancestors of
Polynesians were eating fruit bats and chickens in Vanuatu
3000 years ago.
English rapper Tinie Tempah made it clear he was happy to be
in Dunedin for the first time when he played at Forsyth Barr
Stadium last night.
Urgent interim measures need to be taken to protect the
endangered New Zealand sea lion population given the serious
rate of decline in pup numbers in the Auckland Islands,
scientists and conservationists say.
The number of University of Otago students taking humanities
has dropped by more than 570 in the past two years, dragging
down overall numbers.
Otago University's new visitors centre has had more
than 3500 people through its doors since it opened in
The Otago University Students' Association recreation centre
has been reopened as contractors complete finishing touches
on a $2 million refurbishment.
University of Otago researchers have helped solve the great
disappearing hydrogen gas mystery.
Establishing a $3 million research station on the Auckland
Islands will benefit New Zealand through a better
understanding of the likely impact of climate change,
A line-up including ''probably the biggest'' United Kingdom
hip-hop act has attracted fans from around New Zealand to
tomorrow's O-Week afterparty at Forsyth Barr Stadium.
The trouble in Ukraine has left New Zealand in a critical
position as it vies for selection to the United Nations
Security Council, University of Otago politics professor
Robert Patman says.
Footrot Flats, Pink Flat The Door, The Debacle, these are
just a few Dunedin flat names that have passed into something
of a legend among the student community.
A former Dunedin student has released an app to help
musicians write music.
The number of University of Otago students caught cheating
and committing other dishonest practices increased by more
than 50% last year.
Two University of Otago students who climbed on a fire engine
and incited people to throw bottles were among a dwindling
number dealt with for serious incidents last year.
Roll-your-own tobacco is ''more dangerous'' than factory-made
cigarettes and should be banned, says Prof Richard Edwards,
head of public health at the University of Otago's Wellington
The University of Otago Brain Health Research Centre has
joined forces with the Otago Museum to offer a ''Brain
Awareness Week'' at the museum, starting on March 10.
The Government has agreed to increase the number of
undergraduate domestic dentistry students at University of
Otago for the first time since 1961.
A radio station and Dunedin property owner are in hot water
over the sponsorship of a student flat.
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