Providing affordable parking for disabled students and their parents is key for a students' group, which has been seeking the opinions of people who flat and park in the University of Otago area.
A sea lion which terrorised a camper by tearing his tent with its teeth over the weekend was probably being "boisterous rather than aggressive'', a University of Otago zoologist says.
Even friends and family sometimes buy into myths around sexual assault regarding victims' clothing, organisers of the second "What I Was Wearing'' exhibition at the University of Otago say.
University of Otago students will take on the classic fantasy quest Lord of the Rings in their 125th capping show - but exactly how they will interpret the twists and turns of the story of Frodo's journey to Mt Doom is being left a surprise.
Sisters whose grandparents' headstone was apparently broken by a driver doing burnouts at a funeral are calling for extra security at Dunedin cemeteries.
A Dunedin man who attended the dawn service at Gallipoli on Anzac Day says there was no panic and the mood was "very safe" following a terrorist threat to the commemorations.
Their season of The Jungle Book is over, but young members of the Dunedin Repertory Society will unleash their wild sides again this weekend.
Muslim students at the University of Otago are inviting the wider Dunedin community to view a documentary focusing on converts to Islam, living in different countries around the world.
OUSA has locked in bands including Kiwi singer-songwriter Mitch James and Australian surf music and garage rock band Skegss for this year's Reorientation Week
New Zealand Registered Doctors' Association members have decided to strike for five days, causing disruption to southern hospital services.
Easter is over - but for a small North Otago primary school, the hunt for a mysterious "Easter bunny'', who has left chocolate around school grounds for the past five years, goes on.
Lack of cross-referencing between the Dunedin City Council and central Government is making it hard to develop a clear picture of the city's housing problems, a councillor says.
A keen music teacher from the Catlins is returning to Greece to help entertain and educate refugees there.
For as long as he can remember, Dunedin Botanic Garden apprentice Blake Kuiper has been fascinated by trees - and now a prestigious bursary to a conference in Hungary will help the top student...
Property managers Cutlers Ltd have apologised and taken down a Facebook post calling for tenders to rent a notorious flat after backlash on social media where it was labelled by some as exploitative.
Ramadan, the Muslim ''month of blessings'', officially began in New Zealand yesterday, following the sighting of the new moon on Monday.
From smoothies to knitting, art therapy, and gadgets to play with, all sorts of items and treats to promote wellbeing were on offer at a mental health week mini-expo at the University of Otago.
Reports of a fire in the Logan Park High School grounds this afternoon were a false alarm, the school says.