Dunedin's longest-serving female road police officer is hanging up her hat after 38 years on the job.
The Dunedin Study is carrying out its first MRI imaging study of participants, and has run pilot scans on staff members and volunteers.
After allegations of bullying at Selwyn College, the students' association there cannot hold its formal meetings without an observer - a move which has sparked rights concerns.
A University of Otago academic made honorary chieftain of an African village plans to work with local leaders to improve residents' access to healthcare.
Fashion changes so quickly, being a hairstylist involves doing your homework right up until the last minute, one of the organisers of the region’s annual competition says.
Three police cars were called to a crash between a petrol tanker and a van on Cumberland St in Dunedin this afternoon.
A year on from the slip that tore it in half, the Cape Saunders cottage belonging to Rachel Duell is still in limbo.
Gordon Sasse’s pride and joy — his extensive garden — may have been destroyed in last year’s disaster, but the optimistic Blanket Bay man says every cloud has a silver lining.
Even though there was no damage to their house or garden, flooding did have a lasting emotional impact on a St Clair family who were forced to evacuate due to a massive landslip.
A mental health advocate is questioning why the University of Otago does not have a formal suicide prevention policy in place, four years after she asked for one.
Police were called after the discovery of old mortar shells at a building site on Clyde St in North Dunedin this morning.
Not just the amount, but the type of rubbish people leave lying around public places in Dunedin is surprising, an artist who wants to get people talking about trash says.
A group the Otago University Students' Association says is identical to a ''cult'' the association dissociated itself from last year has had its application to affiliate to OUSA rejected.
Forsyth Barr Stadium will become Australasia's largest dance floor tonight, as thousands flock to the pitch for the Kendrick Lamar concert.
Police expect the number of mental health callouts they receive across the Southern District to continue rising, as data reveals attempted and threatened suicide callouts in Otago reached a three...
Otago's ratio of general to academic staff members dropped last year - but it was still the highest of the country's seven largest universities, a comparison report has found.
An inter-dimensional jazz duo and a time-travelling countess were just some of the characters showcased by aspiring steampunk fans as part of the New Zealand International Science Festival.
The OUSA is pushing ahead with its plan to get a better deal for assistants in residential colleges appealing to past, present and prospective RAs to get in touch with their experiences.
Hungry gourmands staving off the winter chill flocked to the university's twice-yearly International Food Festival at the weekend, to sample hot fare from more than 20 countries.
A fire investigator will today examine the scene of a suspected arson in Oamaru last night.