Navigating a new place can be tricky at the best of times, let alone when you're running late for lectures - but a newly launched app from the University of Otago is changing that for students.
Two athletes managed to beat the clock in the return of the annual Clocktower Race yesterday, racing around the building before the last chime resounded around campus.
From the strange to the sublime, the Dunedin Fringe Festival is back and has something for everyone.
It was chilly in Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium last night, but that did not deter thousands of students who turned out to celebrate the start of the tertiary year at the popular toga party.
Thousands of sheet-wearing students have turned out to celebrate the start of the tertiary year at the popular toga party in Dunedin.
Students have reacted positively to drug checking - chemical analysis of substances people intend to take recreationally - being introduced at the University of Otago for Orientation 2019.
Thousands of students dressed in their team colours converged on Opoho Park in North Dunedin yesterday, for a sports day organised by university gym and recreation centre Unipol.
Drug checking - allowing students to check the substance they intend to take - has been introduced at University of Otago as part of O-Week.
The University of Otago has held its largest welcome yet for first-year Maori students.
Orientation Week's Tent City has returned this year.
Police say non-students "out looking for trouble'' started several fights and threw bottles at Campus Watch in North Dunedin on Saturday night.
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Children affected by cancer had a whale of a time with their families yesterday on Ovation of the Seas, in an annual day of activities organised by the cruise line and Camp Quality.
Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull says bylaws to make e-scooters safer could be considered.
The University Book Shop is billed as Dunedin's quiet literary sanctuary but the building could soon feature some "exciting" new developments as the Otago University Students' Association announces it is taking it over.
Featuring musicians, dancers, poetry and more than 20kg of haggis, the annual Burns Supper in Dunedin tonight will be an extra-special celebration of Dunedin's Scottish heritage, as the University of Otago enters its 150th year.
Lime e-scooters intended for Dunedin are not welcome in Balclutha, the mayor of Clutha says, as the electric vehicles continue to turn up there following their launch.
A Lime e-scooter user involved in a near-miss in a Dunedin street yesterday morning believes someone deliberately tampered with the brakes of two scooters.
Lime e-scooter ''juicers'', paid to recharge the batteries of the company's electric scooters in Dunedin, have not been instructed to collect scooters at night.
A man injured in a hit-and-run in South Dunedin early on Monday says he will need a metal plate in his knee and expects to miss months of work, as police continue to search for the driver.