Dunedin Botanic Garden users sick of students taking up their car parking spaces are calling on the council to do something about it.
Decades-old rivalries played out on the sports field yesterday as about 3500 students took part in College Sports Day at Logan Park.
University of Otago vice-chancellor Prof Harlene Hayne has been accused of intimidating behaviour as the university continues to attract criticism over humanities cuts.
Forsyth Barr Stadium was a sea of white last night as thousands of toga-clad students celebrated O Week on a balmy Dunedin night.
A world authority on the ethics of de-extinction has poured cold water on a claim scientists are two years from resurrecting a mammoth-like creature.
Scarfie band Six60 is proving to be the biggest drawcard amid strong ticket sales for O-Week events.
Aurora Energy is refusing to reveal how much it has spent on consultants in the aftermath of the dangerous pole scandal.
O-week will be about more than just partying for 800 students who are set to volunteer for dozens of Dunedin community groups.
A 32-year-old Filipino father of two who died when a gas cylinder exploded on a cruise ship docked in Port Chalmers was farewelled in Dunedin yesterday.
The annual migration of students to Dunedin is in full swing and the small minority who take Orientation Week celebrations too far have been warned of tough consequences.
The stereotype of the couch-burning student is quickly becoming a thing of the past as University of Otago’s tough stance on fire-lighting and other antisocial antics pays dividends.
Video: Courtesy of Ricky Hutchinson Crews have managed to contain a big blaze at high country farm Otematata Station in North Otago.
An elderly female cruise ship passenger has been taken to Dunedin Hospital by helicopter after becoming unwell.
Cadbury has transformed from a company that cared about staff to a "heartless" multinational which only sees them as numbers on a spreadsheet, its former marketing manager says.
A Dunedin dairy owner has vowed to boycott Cadbury products and called on other New Zealanders to do the same.
Getting used to Dunedin's summers has been a little bit of a struggle for a pair of students who have travelled from Samoa to study at the University of Otago.