Working with gang members on a study into liver health was not without its challenges, but getting in touch with the high-risk population was worth it, an academic says.
Favourite dishes from fire-damaged Dunedin restaurant No. 7 Balmac will be available at a three-month pop-up cafe in the Octagon, while the building is repaired.
Emergency services inspect a car which rolled near the Aramoana spit yesterday.
Dunedin property investors and real estate agents are watching with trepidation as the Government launches a raft of new proposals designed to make life easier for renters.
The University of Otago Faculty of Dentistry dean is confident the school's new clinical services building in Dunedin will be ready for handover in December.
Emergency services were called after a car was found burning beneath trees near the top of Signal Hill Rd, in Opoho, last night.
The head of the Otago Polytechnic School of Art is saddened but not surprised by a proposal to cut the art history programme from the University of Otago.
It would be good to see the incorporation of Maori ideas and principles become more widespread in property design, a University of Otago graduate says after researching Ngai Tahu residential...
A Polytechnic student with a green bent has been travelling around the country researching solutions to help Otago Polytechnic drastically reduce the amount of organic waste it produces.
The University of Otago is proposing to scrap its sole-charge art history department due to a lack of students taking papers.
A Mortar shell in a Dunedin waterway is likely to have come from an engineering works which operated from from the beginning of the 20th century until the 1970s, and never contained explosives, a...
Police cordoned off an area along the Water of Leith overnight after a World War 2-era mortar shell was found in the Clyde St area for the second time this year.
A University of Otago graduate is tasting sweet success with a documentary on using dogs to sniff out early signs of the devastating bee-killing disease American foulbrood (AFB).
A grim warning about the danger of Dunedin student flat initiations has been issued by the university proctor, who fears someone could die if things do not change.
People are saying they have no faith in experts - and it is vital to regain that trust, the new chief science adviser to the prime minister says.
More efficient buildings, better management of waste and large-scale tree planting are some of the ways by which the Otago Polytechnic intends to become carbon-neutral by 2030.
The University of Otago is defending its decision to let anti-fluoride campaigners speak on campus, as a retired biostatician compares them to a ``flat earth society''.
Powdered locusts don't sound like the most edifying ingredient - but a group of Otago entrepreneurs say they could be the next superfood, potentially used in baking, smoothies, and savoury food.
Police are appealing for a man who intervened after a woman was assaulted in central Dunedin to come forward.
Honing their skills on several different types of weapon at an annual training exercise weekend was a great opportunity for the region’s territorial army, the company commander says.