Delaine Tabb is used to the slightly guilty-looking glances of people trying to be inconspicuous.
People with higher levels of anxiety have altered perceptions of their breathing, which can lead to ‘‘a negative spiral of emotions’’, University of Otago research has found.
One of the perks of being named an honorary African chief is they kill a cow for you, there is a three-day celebration, they give you some land and your name is revered across the community.
Outdoor activities planned for Labour Weekend would be best completed by Saturday, unless you like getting wet.
A University of Otago medical academic urges caution using domestic vaccination certificates as they may sway the delicate balance between public health and the loss of personal liberties.
Billed as the world’s most dangerous bird, Otago researchers have helped discover the cassowary may actually have been the world’s first domesticated bird, long before chickens were.
Otago Polytechnic has welcomed the proposed model it will operate under when Te Pukenga takes over the country’s 16 technology institutes and polytechnics.
A small break in the clouds in a remote Fiordland valley was all a Niwa freshwater ecologist needed to capture a prize-winning photograph.
A vegetation blaze by the highway between Cromwell and Queenstown has been brought under control this afternoon.
If you heard an unexplained bang recently, Lani Alo says not to panic — it was probably just his mind being blown.
If the environment starts shaking, baking or floating away, Associate Prof Caroline Orchiston has a plan for how to deal with it.
There is a reason why Tanea Paterson failed to give her mother a Christmas present last year.
Could this be a subtle reminder from the Australian Government that Prof Glenn Summerhayes is definitely an Australian?
For some, the thought of frog’s legs is unappetising.
Fuel prices have reached more than $2.50 for a litre of 91, adding to the financial struggles of many New Zealanders in the wake of Covid-19 restrictions.
Rural areas of New Zealand are falling behind when it comes to Covid-19 vaccination rates.
Fans of textile arts are weaving around each other to get a good view of Otago Museum’s latest exhibition.
In a bid to reduce building energy-related costs by 16%, the University of Otago has become the first university in the country to incorporate an artificial intelligence building analytics system...
For the first time since she was a toddler, sport and exercise sciences Associate Prof Elaine Hargreaves has found herself looking for her feet again.
Otago's education and health sectors have been left with major questions if staff refuse to get jabbed following the government making it mandatory for those in the sectors to get a Covid vaccination or face losing their jobs.