The design of a logo for the redeveloped Toitu Otago Settlers Museum is yet to be settled, despite a final decision having to be made by tomorrow.
A house from Christchurch's red zone has been given a new lease of life in Dunedin after it was saved from demolition and brought south by truck.
Dunedin businesses could learn from Otago Polytechnic's success in building relationships with Dunedin's sister city, Shanghai, the polytechnic's communications manager, Mike Waddell, says.
Trappers have been reminded to lay traps outside residential areas after a dog was lucky to escape without injuries when it set off a gin trap in Port Chalmers last month.
The Otago chapter of a "secret society" is about to disband more than 160 years after it was formed by some of the first Scottish settlers to come to Dunedin.
Otago Polytechnic is working towards a future where students from around the world enrol in its "virtual campus", a portfolio of programmes being fully taught over the internet.
Dawn Ibbotson may be 97, but she is proof you can never be too old to make a difference.
Otago Polytechnic has exceeded its enrolment expectations for this year, bucking a national trend of declining student numbers.
The University of Otago is investigating a low or zero carbon future as it looks for ways to become a more sustainable campus.
The University of Otago is not opposed to more "student-focused pubs" in North Dunedin as long as they abide by the law and do not serve drunks, vice-chancellor Prof Harlene Hayne says.
The University of Otago has cited "financial considerations" as the reason behind a decision to drop its secondary education programme from its Invercargill campus.
Two survivors of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima are coming to Dunedin next week as part of a nationwide tour pushing for the abolition of nuclear weapons.
Dave Harris sits among his possessions while helpers (from left) Ruslan Gibbs (9), Ian McCabe and Alvin Setiawan help load the Otago Heritage Bus Society's Leyland Leopard bus, which was used to move him to his new wheelchair-accessible home. Photo by Jane Dawber. The Otago Heritage Bus Society's Leyland Leopard 194 travelled the Pine Hill route once again on Saturday, but instead of picking up passengers, it was used to help a member with health problems shift to a wheelchair-accessible home.
The University of Otago has cited difficult financial times as the reason it can only afford to offer university staff a pay increase of 1%, the Tertiary Education Union (TEU) says.
The University of Otago says it is "exceptionally pleased" with the effort its staff have put into research, with figures showing a "significant" increase in the amount of research submitted in the latest Government funding round.
Kaikorai Valley College pupil Jayde Peat has never let his severe haemophilia get the best of him and later this year he will again defy his disorder by representing New Zealand in Sydney as part of the national under-15 mixed touch team.
The University of Otago's concern about the Government's decision to remove allowance eligibility for postgraduate students was discussed at a meeting between Minister for Tertiary Education Steven Joyce and vice-chancellor Prof Harlene Hayne this month.
Three young Dunedin people will get the chance to develop their leadership skills after they were chosen to attend the Aspiring Leaders Forum in Wellington this week.
A group of panelists invited to speak at the Otago University Debating Society's "great alcohol debate" last night presented a range of views on whether the age at which people can buy alcohol from off-licences should be raised.
The extension of the liquor ban to North Dunedin might not be the best way to curb harmful drinking among students and is only one of many tools the council and other groups are considering to tackle the problem, Cr Kate Wilson says.