Job cuts are likely in the University of Otago's School of Physical Education amid financial struggles and falling student numbers.
New Zealand could be in for a very different general election thanks to an experiment run by a University of Otago academic.
Five years after escaping Syria, Mouhannad Taha has landed his dream job.
While most students were at home enjoying the summer break Otago Polytechnic nursing student Anna Watkins was in Nepal investigating leprosy.
Otago Polytechnic is hailing yet another year of growing student numbers as it continues to buck the national trend.
Unstable ground has delayed the University of Otago’s $5million project to build a teaching and research facility in place of the old Portobello aquarium.
The prime minister of one of the world’s newest nations says his time at the University of Otago helped shape him as a statesman.
Dunedin's historic Robbie Burns Pub will be closed for at least another nine months while earthquake strengthening is carried out.
A North Dunedin liquor outlet has installed a new entrance to avoid breaching alcohol legislation.
Record numbers of migrants coming to Otago, headed by Australians, is seen as a vote of confidence in the region's economy.
A student caught with handwritten notes twice during the same examination was among 50 disciplined for dishonest practices by the University of Otago last year.
Noise control officers once again had a "very busy" O Week with more than 100 excessive noise notices issued.
Delta is being sued for more than $2 million by seven Saddle Hill property owners who say the company is to blame for a massive fire in 2015.
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.
Thousands of toga-clad students have begun entering Forsyth Barr Stadium for the O-Week toga party.
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.