New Zealand is falling further behind Australia and other developed countries over access to up-to-date medications to treat inflammatory bowel disease, Dunedin gastroenterologist Michael Schultz...
The Otago Museum collections are not "badly underinsured", despite being covered for only $20 million of their estimated overall $250 million value.
Few academics can boast they have an office with its own secret crawl space and a tiny door.
Many "win-win" benefits are expected to flow from a collaborative digital recording and conservation project involving rare engraved Moriori trees at Otago Museum.
Renee Bond’s sense of humour has survived bouts of serious illness during her studies and has also helped her accept she cannot graduate in person from the University of Otago.
University of Otago postgraduate students Holly Still and Taylor Hamlin have gained two of Antarctica New Zealand’s four national doctoral scholarships this year, to support Antarctic research.
Two streams of Covid-19 recovery funding have been identified which might help the Otago Museum’s quest for government funding.
Abseiling window cleaner Nick Beadle works yesterday on sixth-floor windows on the Dunbar St side of ASB House in Cumberland St, Dunedin.
A man who was trapped in an overturned car for more than half an hour after a crash near Te Anau this evening has sustained moderate injuries.
In a world first, a discovery by University of Otago researchers may result in apparently healthy people at risk of heart disease being saved after a simple blood test.
The co-owners of Dunedin music shop Relics have done two "unusual" things: first setting it up in 2013 and now extending the business to sell home sound systems.
After a tough year of Covid-19 disruption, Otago Museum is expecting its upcoming dinosaur exhibition to be popular.
A Hong Kong case of Covid-19 reinfection does not undermine the need to develop an effective global vaccine, a Dunedin researcher says.
Dunedin medical research could result in twice as many Otago-Southland people with bowel cancer benefiting from new anti-cancer drugs.
Covid-19 restrictions did not stop more than 3000 people from flocking to the Otago Farmers Market on Saturday.
A senior law professor at the University of Otago says a Dunedin school may be in some difficulty over its communication about the upcoming cannabis referendum.
Dunedin environmental advocate Kate Moss-Mason is concerned some areas near Dunedin streets remain "riddled with rubbish".
King’s High School rector Nick McIvor has spoken out over his worries about what could happen in education if non-medical cannnabis is legalised, drawing both support and ire in response.
More than 100 works by preschool artists and inspired by close encounters with the Dunedin Botanic Garden will go on public display next week.
Karen de Beer is "overwhelmed" to be reunited with a long-missing and now painstakingly restored family heirloom.