The University of Otago is distancing itself from the destruction of 500 copies of student magazine Critic, saying it was "a mistake" not an act of censorship, despite being carried out by Campus Watch.
An 18-year-old University of Otago student taken to hospital with meningococcal disease at the weekend is making good progress, the district health board says.
A woman crashed her car through a fence outside a Dunedin childcare centre today, falling several feet and striking a pole and a parked car.
As the longest night approaches, organisers of Dunedin's Midwinter Carnival say the procession of lanterns will wend its way through the city streets on a new route this year.
Fire refuges installed in new buildings at the University of Otago are among the best-planned in the country, a Beca engineer who helped design them says.
The SDHB says Public Health South is working closely with Otago University after a case of meningococcal disease was confirmed at the weekend.
Emergency services are at the scene of a crash in the Kawarau Gorge.
An 18-year-old University of Otago student has been admitted to Dunedin Hospital in a serious condition with meningococcal disease.
The disproportionately high rate of tuberculosis in New Zealand’s Maori population is partly due to the disease’s correlation with poverty, an Otago researcher says.
The mother of a former Dunedin man who sang at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding at the weekend said it was "magic" to see him perform on TV at the most feted event of the year.
A visiting ballerina who performed in The Nutcracker was all smiles yesterday after surfing at St Clair Beach — despite receiving a nasty knock to the nose.
The four panelists who opened Dunedin Techweek ’18 last night had wildly different takes on innovation — and the discussion ranged from education to medicine and the legal system.
A University of Otago researcher has received funding to study RNA particles in the blood from patients with bowel cancer - and she hopes her study will one day make it possible to test for New...
Morale is low as the University of Otago's support services review nears the end, a union organiser says - and 20 more staff have been granted voluntary redundancy since April.
University students are helping to instil a love of literacy in pupils at a Dunedin primary school via a free reading programme.
A University of Otago student says travelling to a week-long UN conference on indigenous people was "magical".
Concerns have been raised that the iD Dunedin Fashion Week could move to another city, but organisers say if the DCC continues to back the event it is unlikely to go anywhere.
Rising numbers of young Otago people with mental health problems - including children as young as 10 with suicidal tendencies - are challenging schools and tertiary institutions, providers say.
Dunedin people are being called on to hand over their pens, pencils, notepads, and other stationery as a fundraising group launches a drive to help schools in Rarotonga.
Taking up the mantle of deputy proctor at the University of Otago will be an exciting challenge after 27 years in the police, one of the university's newest staff members says.