An updated policy on the management of hundreds of indigenous ancestral remains held at the Otago Museum emphasises returning them to the appropriate group.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council is considering creating a wetland area to help resolve Wanaka’s stormwater issues.
Auckland musician Anthonie Tonnon (foreground) is greeted in Waitati by residents, including Mandy Mayhem and the Waitati Militia, ahead of performing his ‘‘Rail Land’’ show to a packed Waitati Hall.
The Whakaari/White Island disaster is unlikely to cause lasting harm to New Zealand’s tourist industry but will strengthen warnings about risky activities, a university academic says.
Despite the growing challenges, Prof Ross Notman remains optimistic about the future leadership of Otago-Southland’s secondary schools.
Tributes flowed yesterday for leading Dunedin and New Zealand genealogist Eleanor Leckie, who has her own distinguished family tree.
Living together near the University of Otago campus has helped make people educated at the university attractive to employers as "great collaborators" and "great team players", Sharon van Turnhout...
Lessons learned from the Rangitata River bridge closures and tourist stranding at Franz Josef will strengthen resilience against future natural disasters, Caroline Orchiston says.
For Jekope Maiono, the sadness of family loss and the satisfaction of success will mean a bittersweet graduation from the University of Otago today.
Otago Community Hospice chief executive Ginny Green yesterday urged Otago Polytechnic graduands to seize opportunities and not fret too much about planning every career step in advance.
Brendon Hurring’s life has just been transformed by a free community dental clinic and he is keen for others to be given the same chance.
Expecting just to play the guitar before morning tea, teacher and musician Brendan Christie was yesterday "stunned" to receive a special honour from Dunedin’s public libraries.
Despite training for completely different occupations — as massage therapist, builder and nurse — three Wingatui sisters have found tertiary study a family affair.
Arts and culture provide key alternative views in a world where the ‘‘whole system needs to change’’, retired arts festival director Carla van Zon says.
The Mosgiel Memorial RSA club’s premises in Church St, and its new Spitfire restaurant, will reopen today.
Many first-year students heavily increase their drinking during Orientation Week, but research by former student Ben Riordan suggests cellphones can help encourage moderation.
You know you’re a keen fisherman when you’ve just heard the rooster crow at 5am on your first visit to the new $1million fishing jetty at Boiler Point.
The Dunedin Town Hall clock fell uncharacteristically quiet on Saturday as digital photography took place behind the scenes in the clock tower.
Prof John Reynolds has urged University of Otago graduates to "hold on to your humanity" in an upside-down world of fake news and incidents of hatred.