New Zealand should rethink making attachment orders to repay loans from beneficiaries, Salvation Army Dunedin community ministries manager David McKenzie says.
Problems with vape flavourings are ''a tragedy waiting to happen'', asthma researcher Prof Julian Crane warns.
British industrial heritage advocate Sir Neil Cossons is confident the momentum behind improvements at the Dunedin Gasworks Museum can be built up again.
Fear of missing out drives many people to keep using social media, despite the loss of privacy and commercial manipulation.
University of Otago researchers Dr Olivia Faull and Dr Damian Scarf have been awarded Rutherford Discovery Fellowships, each worth $800,000.
Seventy happy years of marriage later, Allan Rennie has absolutely no regrets about a certain unexpected encounter with the girl next door, at his father's grocery shop in Abbotsford.
More than 100 University of Otago law students and staff burst into prolonged applause yesterday after Prof Paul Roth gave his last lecture in a 30-year career at Otago.
New Zealanders would be "shocked" if they knew the reality about the phosphate imported from Western Sahara to make New Zealand fertiliser, Tecber Ahmed Saleh said yesterday.
The University of Otago Business School not only runs New Zealand's highest internationally-rated MBA programme, it has also developed the country's first national MBA case competition.
You're close to nature but it's too loud to hear the birds when you're riding across the Otago spring countryside on a 1926 "sponge cake" motorbike.
Creating updated disabled access legislation will bring benefits for all New Zealanders, Dianne Rogers says.
Despite changeable spring weather, young holiday-makers Caleb (9) and Olivia (7) Scott, of Auckland, took their first dip at the St Clair Salt Water Pool on Saturday.
The "devastating" effects of climate change on the ocean are also threatening paua, New Zealand's most internationally well-known shellfish, new research shows.
A recent shortage of Jersey benne seed potatoes in Dunedin means some home gardeners may struggle to grow their own supplies for the festive table this Christmas.
University of Otago alumnus Prof Rob Knight has received the Pioneer Award, a leading US health research award totalling more than $5.5million.
A University of Otago academic disagrees with a claim by international researchers that few health benefits would result from reducing consumption of red and processed meat.
The University of Otago has appointed seven of its leading scholars to a "prestigious new role'' as sesquicentennial distinguished chairs.