Sharemarket crashes and recessions, huge changes in technology and a global pandemic — Val Braumann has seen and survived a great deal in her 60 years at Forsyth Barr.
A new Centre for Law and Society could help boost the University of Otago’s international reputation.
Scientists trying to unleash geothermal energy from deep under Dunedin have had a setback, but believe they still have a strong case for tapping into an extinct volcano.
The emergence of a more infectious mutation of coronavirus in Japan highlights the future reality of having to update anti-Covid-19 vaccines each year.
A Dunedin couple’s stressful four-year battle with red tape seems over after the granting of a residency visa for a Tibetan spouse.
A small group of Dunedin protesters seeking the belated payment of the living wage to the city’s Orbus bus drivers helped create plenty of noise last week.
Does streaming before dreaming result in youngsters having a worse sleep?
New Zealand’s success in countering Covid-19 has strengthened Environment Minister David Parker’s view that our environmental sustainability targets can also be achieved.
New pictorial warnings on tobacco pouches specifically aimed at New Zealand’s many roll-your-own smokers should be introduced, a study suggests.
Dunedin poet and prose writer Dr Sue Wootton has been appointed as the new publisher at Otago University Press.
Associate Prof Sarah Wakes has been appointed the University of Otago’s first female head of mathematics and statistics in the institution’s 150-year history.
Dunedin's extensive Race Relations Week programme provides a positive example that other New Zealand centres could take up in future.
Any redevelopment of Forbury Park would offer a "huge opportunity" to strengthen South Dunedin’s overall defences against flooding, scientists say.
More than 400 copies of a video documentary linking the early Chinese settlement of Dunedin and the city’s later Chinese Garden are being sent to every school in Otago and Southland.
Race relations commissioner Meng Foon yesterday admitted "I got it wrong" and apologised for a recent "incorrect" comment that police were racist.
A Dunedin student’s discovery and publication of poems by World War 1 conscientious objector Archibald Baxter is shedding new light on previous little-known parts of his life.
Scientists are pondering the discovery of a previously unknown ecosystem of tiny creatures living in the ice high on South Island maritime glaciers.
The new owner of a long-running pizza parlour in the University of Otago campus area is keen to retain its strong sense of student history.
Dunedin commercial fishermen are "totally anxious" about the need to maintain and upgrade the ageing Careys Bay Wharf.
Twice previously disrupted, most recently by Covid-19, Dunedin’s latest annual Race Relations Week continued yesterday with a "Chai and Chat" women’s event.