Aoraki students are making moves to form their own student association as the polytechnic's merger proposal goes to the tertiary education minister.
Montreal-based artist Fluke and assistant Talia Carin (pictured) have continued to make progress on the Castle St lecture theatre mural.
The future of transport is now, Melbourne University's Mark Stevenson says.
This year's Taieri Youth Showcase will, for the first time, be open to primary school-aged children.
A smattering of supportive car honks punctuated a protest vigil outside list MP and Workplace Relations Minister Michael Woodhouse's Dunedin office yesterday.
The University of Otago is the nation's top university for student retention for the sixth year in a row, a report shows.
The University of Otago's first mural on campus went through several ''tweaks'' before being approved, but is now looking ''pretty impressive'', the director of Maori development says.
Sheila Allen beamed as she walked into the Hocken Gallery's newest exhibition, ''W. H. Allen and the La Trobe Effect''.
Multiple objections were raised to a Dunedin bar's liquor licence renewal application yesterday amid scepticism over the bar operator's insistence he was ''on a learning curve'' to bring the premises up to standard.
The sound of drums boomed out in Union St yesterday as O taiko drum group leader Sabrina Goh led drummers in a series of rousing performances.
The University of Otago contributed $829 million to the local economy last year, a yearly report evaluating its economic impact has found.
Historian Tony Ballantyne will take on leadership of the University of Otago's humanities division as its new pro vice-chancellor, the university announced yesterday.
Otago Polytechnic may drop 10 full time academic staff positions as part of proposed cuts to its architecture, engineering, and building school.
Mystery surrounds the location of an 8m-high sculpture commissioned by the Dunedin College of Education nearly 40 years ago.
Residents of a notorious Dunedin student party flat have sent a letter to neighbours, saying they are ''having a Ball'' on Friday but are ''really keen to minimise any inconvenience to you''.
Design students demonstrated at the University of Otago yesterday to protest about the proposed closure of the design major course.
As the University of Otago's design school faces the likelihood of permanent closure, reporter Carla Green looks into its history.
St Leonards School biodiversity facilitator Trudi Webster shows pupils James (8) and Katie (7) McMillan kits that will help them monitor wildlife in their backyards.
Dunedin city councillors Jinty MacTavish and Hilary Calvert took sides on fossil fuel divestment at a student debating society event last night.
A major winter storm has provided more headaches for southerners, with snow closing highways, affecting flights and prompting school closures.