An Otago Medical Students Association quiz has raised more than $1000 to support Muslim families affected by the Christchurch terror attacks.
A mass of cakes and many letters from University of Otago students and staff poured in yesterday, showing support for the Dunedin Muslim and migrant communities, after the Christchurch terrorist...
Dunedin's latest Fringe Festival aims to bring people together, as well as to celebrate lively cultural diversity, in the aftermath of the Christchurch terrorist attacks, director Gareth McMillan...
A defiant Russian activist punk band Pussy Riot took to the stage in Dunedin last night, still saddened, and angered, by having to cancel their Friday show in Christchurch in the wake of the mass...
A call has been made for efforts to build greater understanding and tolerance between faiths in the wake of the Christchurch terrorist attacks.
Tonight's performance by Russian activist punk band Pussy Riot in Dunedin aims to help bring people together and lift spirits in the wake of the Christchurch terror attacks.
Events involving Russian activist punk band Pussy Riot have been called off in Dunedin due to the terror attacks in Christchurch. It's hoped the band will still perform on Sunday.
University of Otago medical students benefit significantly from taking a year out from their usual studies to undertake a research project for the bachelor of medical science honours degree, Prof...
University of Otago Pacific development director Dr Tasileta Teevale (centre) with student helpers Charles Radclyffe and Jasmine Wright preparing gift bags for participants in campus walking tours.
Air New Zealand has cancelled all remaining regional turboprop flights out of Christchurch this evening, including to Dunedin, because of security issues.
Pioneering maxillofacial surgeon Henry Percy Pickerill, the first dean of Otago University's Dental School, is remembered in one of 44 tapestry panels in a new exhibition.
Research suggests that playing some structured games with parents could help make a positive difference to children's future lives.
The Otago Museum is advertising internationally for a new conservator, and there are concerns staff may ''struggle to meet'' deadlines and commitments.
Developing an effective therapy for Parkinson's disease still remains a formidable challenge but some underlying disease mechanisms are being better understood, Prof John Reynolds says.
Dunedin artist Frank Gordon recently completed this, the second of two murals by him in Halsey St, Dunedin, in the waterfront industrial area.
The first of about 1500 Dunedin and Otago secondary school pupils attended the latest annual ''Safer Journeys Expo'' at the Edgar Centre yesterday.
Skydivers are much more than simply "sensation-seekers'', and are also more emotionally stable and no crazier than other people, new research shows.
Just finishing - not competing among themselves - will be the only goal for Matt Dick and Chris Higgs when they start a gruelling seven-day adventure race
Zonta Club of Metropolitan Dunedin members give Iloma Mollison a yellow rose to mark International Women's Day and Zonta International's Yellow Rose Day.
Physiotherapy exercise programmes provide significant benefits for people with painful osteoarthritis in knee and hip joints, and also cut healthcare costs, new research shows.