A technical hitch marred the first day of online University of Otago exams yesterday.
Efforts are ramping up to save a doomed Dunedin gym that has helped cancer patients for more than a decade.
After months of work and study, thousands of students will put their knowledge to the test as University of Otago exams begin.
The controversial transfer of high-security prisoners from Christchurch to Otago Corrections Facility is on hold until the new year.
A sharp increase in demand for mental health support is one of the factors behind the University of Otago’s push to improve student support services.
The number of people in the South having abortions has increased, following significant changes to legislation last year.
Fewer than half of its staff members would recommend the University of Otago as a great place to work, a survey has revealed.
The University of Otago is leasing new spaces in central Wellington, following the closure of its earthquake-prone campus.
Police have formally identified an alleged murder victim whose body was found at a Dunedin property last week.
The looming closure of a gym for breast cancer patients and survivors has left its users shocked and dismayed.
A focus on elimination meant New Zealand was slow to plan for saliva and rapid testing, a new review has found.
Progress on the University of Otago’s strategy for the next two decades has been put on hold once again.