Dunedin people embraced the chance to see a once-in-39-years “super blood moon”, taking many cellphone photos, and swarming towards the city’s observatory and other vantage points in large numbers.
About 200 Dunedin first-year health science students yesterday gained an insight into the challenging world of Director-general of health Dr Ashley Bloomfield.
New Zealand’s first "super blood moon" in 39 years also delivered this year’s biggest viewing event at the Beverly-Begg Observatory in Dunedin last night.
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The Otago Museum’s updated Otago Wildlife Photography Competition has attracted a record 4055 entries, more than double last year’s total.
Otago Museum Maori curator Gerard O’Regan is excited that planning for a new tangata whenua gallery coincides with wider rethinking about South Island Maori museum displays.
The Dunedin, Christchurch and Auckland metropolitan museums plan another approach to the Government seeking funds to support their internationally important collections.
A new report gives an "exciting", clearer vision of a more than $4 million redevelopment project at St Paul’s Cathedral, after last year’s damaging fire.
A University of Otago marine science academic says the Government’s decision to spend $344million to rebuild Scott Base, New Zealand’s home in the Antarctic, is a "game changer" for Antarctic...
Stop and think before you buy.
An "alarming" cyber attack on the Waikato District Health Board highlights the urgent need for national IT and security systems to strengthen health sector protection, a health systems specialist...
Smarter air travel and driving will help the University of Otago reach its net carbon zero target by 2030, a university manager said yesterday.
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After a 30-year diplomatic career, German Ambassador Stefan Krawielicki found his close encounter with Covid-19 more than enough.
Momentum is growing for a proposal to greatly expand Otago Yacht Club pontoon berths and overcome the Otago Harbour’s lack of recreational boat facilities.
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Members of the "Covid generation" of University of Otago graduates have been urged use their education to become agents for positive change.
The latest awareness-raising Teddy Bear Hospital week ended on a high note in Dunedin at the weekend.
Otago Heritage Bus Society volunteer Michael Jarka stands alongside a Leyland Leopard bus, built in 1976.
An innovative environmental arts event at the Dunedin Gasworks Museum is helping raise awareness of the way lime can be used in art and in architecture.