A survey showing 92.1% of sheep breeders are against shifting
Invermay jobs north is yet more damning evidence against
AgResearch's proposal, the survey's author, Dr Jock Allison,
Research looking at ways of reducing over-medicating in
rest-homes is among 33 University of Otago projects boosted
by almost $2 million in Lottery Grants Board funding.
The University of Otago spent $1.4 million on advertising
last year, but has declined an official request for the cost
of sponsoring the Highlanders.
Taking on a lifestyle property can involve a sharp learning
curve, but the Taieri Farm Club wants to help demystify the
New Zealand's oldest tea company, Bell Tea, is set to shut
its Dunedin factory next month, ending more than 100 years of
tea production in the city.
Rapid growth in student numbers at Otago Polytechnic means
some semester two enrolments will likely not be
AgResearch has been accused of hiding the ''enormous risks''
of slashing Invermay jobs after the belated release of its
full business case.
Student numbers at Aoraki Polytechnic's Dunedin campus
dropped by 15% last year, but early indications are they will
be steady this year.
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
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