An Otago Polytechnic manager has high hopes a substantial government grant will enable him to help launch six new businesses.
The University of Otago has posted a record April student roll, despite an almost 15% decline in international enrolments.
Sharon Dell Newly-appointed Hocken librarian Sharon Dell says she could not pass up the opportunity to work for the institution.
Pacific Blue is coming to Dunedin.
The heat appears to have gone out of the contentious Awatea St stadium debate, with a muted response from ratepayers and residents to last night's Dunedin City Council annual plan consultation meeting.
Taken from Alfred Wilkinson's memoirs, held by the Bracegirdle family and the Salvation Army New Zealand archives, Wellington.
The Salvation Army chose Dunedin in which to begin its work in New Zealand. Among the crowd that watched with fascination as three Salvationists opened fire on Sunday, April 1, 1883, were Alfred Wilkinson and Elizabeth Westlake.
Convicted Christchurch paedophile Peter Ellis and his Dunedin lawyer will push on with an appeal to the Privy Council in London after Associate Justice Minister Rick Barker yesterday rejected a call for a full royal commission of inquiry into the controversial case.
The University of Otago says it will continue to come down hard on students caught cheating in examinations or plagiarising the work of others in assignments.
Otago Polytechnic has passed a full academic audit with top marks.
Highway authority Transit has suggested permanently closing off a dangerous intersection at East Taieri.
The University of Otago's main academic committee has supported the establishment of a working party to investigate whether the university should further restrict entry to some courses.
As far as the audience was concerned, former Dunedin opera singer Anna Leese and opera star Jose Carreras could have sung all night.
What goes around comes around. More than a decade after a bicycle was retired from duties in the University of Otago's property services department, two new bicycles have appeared.
The University of Otago is about to become the proud owner of a driveway.
Tertiary Education Minister Pete Hodgson has floated the idea of a new Government fund to help tertiary institutions pay for major capital projects.
Cycle storage facilities and toilets flushed with water collected from its rooftop will be among the environmentally friendly features of a multimillion-dollar building about to be constructed on the University of Otago campus.
Tim Bishop is hoping to see innovative, environmentally friendly houses taking shape all over New Zealand next year.
Former Dunedin opera singer Anna Leese is about to perform with one of the biggest names in the business.
There's nothing like a long walk to rekindle the romance in a relationship.