A sharp increase in demand for mental health support is one of the factors behind the University of Otago’s push to improve student support services.
The number of people in the South having abortions has increased, following significant changes to legislation last year.
Today's the day to give the South a literal shot in the arm.
Fewer than half of its staff members would recommend the University of Otago as a great place to work, a survey has revealed.
The University of Otago is leasing new spaces in central Wellington, following the closure of its earthquake-prone campus.
A teacher has had his registration cancelled after forming a sexual relationship with a pupil.
Police have formally identified an alleged murder victim whose body was found at a Dunedin property last week.
The University of Otago will hike student fees by the maximum allowed for 2022.
Nicola Cruickshank thought her long nightmare might be coming to an end.
The looming closure of a gym for breast cancer patients and survivors has left its users shocked and dismayed.
Rome has ordered an investigation into a Catholic priest accused of sexual harassment in Dunedin.
A focus on elimination meant New Zealand was slow to plan for saliva and rapid testing, a new review has found.
It's not often firefighters are called upon to disrupt a scene of domestic bliss.
Progress on the University of Otago’s strategy for the next two decades has been put on hold once again.
Eight ducklings had to be rescued after getting into strife in Dunedin.
Otago Polytechnic has pumped close to $1 billion into Dunedin’s economy in the past five years, due to strong student numbers and a multimillion-dollar building project.
A person had to be cut from a car after an early morning crash in Invercargill.
Dunedin's oldest residential college will require residents to be vaccinated as of next year.
A man seen driving erratically in Dunedin said he was holding his damaged door closed after reversing into a post.
Nearly 140 students have registered to return to Dunedin from Auckland, the University of Otago says.