Vaughan Elder

Invermay's top science manager latest to resign

Invermay's top science manager latest to resign

Another top staff member at AgResearch has resigned, citing its restructuring plan as a reason for leaving.

War commemorations discussed

War commemorations discussed

The importance of commemorating war in a way which prevents conflict rather than glorifying it was discusse

Protests target of Campus Watch

Protests target of Campus Watch

The University of Otago is refusing to say whether it is attempting to prevent a protest group from consuming cannabis on campus.

Motorhome owners rally

An invasion of motorhomes is set to descend on Mosgiel this week.

Opportunity to see machinery

Opportunity to see machinery

A ''hidden'' museum showing off the region's industrial heritage is having an open day this Sunday.

Three senior university appointments

The University of Otago has appointed a chief financial officer.

Otago trio show they can

Otago trio show they can

A run-in with security, a lack of sleep and a fair amount of frustration did not stop a team of Dunedin students from crossing Europe using only energy drinks as currency.

Increased capacity at colleges hits landlords

Increased capacity at colleges hits landlords

Landlords of student flats have been hit by increased capacity at residential colleges in Dunedin, Real Estate Institute of New Zealand spokeswoman Liz Nidd says.

Hand-picked tussie-mussie for the duchess

Hand-picked tussie-mussie for the duchess

It was a case of deja vu when Maniototo woman Jane Falconer passed a bouquet to the Duchess of Cambridge yesterday.

What a right Rippa Royal day

What a right Rippa Royal day

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made special connections with some of their southern-most subjects in Dunedin yesterday.