The Green Hut Track Group has been an ''unrelenting'' force in clearing Dunedin's walking tracks for the past 15 years. The group was founded by the late George Sutherland, a tramper who, after...
Three-quarters of Otago Polytechnic students are working while they study, an annual report has found.
Mark Orton has been around the world and back again as a freelance videographer, but he got his start in Dunedin, at the University of Otago. Carla Green reports.
UNICEF New Zealand launched a new education campaign for Syrian teenagers in Lebanon at an event in Dunedin last night.
Oil Free Otago activists got into a heated discussion about oil drilling with Pro-Gas Otago spokesman Cr Andrew Whiley at a forum during yesterday's Dunedin City Council meeting.
Otago Polytechnic is expanding its design programme by a third, less than two months after the University of Otago announced its design programme would close.
If all goes as planned, Fairfield School pupils will have a shiny new school with a new teaching method by next July.
It was a really good deal, Bob Gillespie said yesterday, loading up his third trailer with green waste.
Warm weather this weekend will give way to cold winds and snow on the hills early next week, MetService says.
A new vaping ban on the University of Otago campus is based more on prejudice than science, a Massey public health professor says.
A new president of the Otago Polytechnic Students' Association has been elected by just a fraction of the study body.
A University of Otago researcher is set to launch two new studies of a controversial treatment for cancer - using vitamin C.
The University of Otago has gained ground in the latest international university ranking report, for the first time since it was included in the rankings four years ago.
The University of Otago has not made a decision on the fate of its design school more than a month after the end of consultation on its proposed closure.
The University of Otago has made the ''absolutely gutting'' decision to close its design programme, the Tertiary Education Union says.
Southern areas are copping another hit from the weather this weekend as a wintry blast sweeps up the country.
Every New Zealand university except Otago has pulled out of a three-year slump in worldwide rankings, an annual report released today shows.
Animal rights activists are up in arms after learning live pigs were shot in the head at the University of Otago as part of scientific research.
The University of Otago Students' Association has grown too cosy with the university, leaving students without a voice and ending the association's long history of radical political action, some critics say.