An outspoken University of Otago legal academic who has turned his focus to issues with the running of the university itself in the past year, says he has no plans to slow down.
The university's $26 million music and performing arts complex is on budget and will meet its new deadline.
Tools worth $2500 were stolen from an address in Mosgiel yesterday, the latest in a string of thefts from tradesmen in the area.
A 17-year-old who allegedly brandished an imitation firearm over his head in Dunedin's Meridian Mall will appear in court today.
A Kiwi nurse who hails from Dunedin has received the highest international nursing distinction for her work in troubled and war-torn regions.
Colourful flat signs are disappearing from student residences near the campus, and the University of Otago is encouraging anyone with information about them to come forward.
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.
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.
From flowers to poignant notes and wreaths, tributes in the aftermath of a tragedy traditionally take tangible forms.
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.
High rents in Dunedin must be a topic of discussion as the city heads into a local body election year, the Otago University Students’ Association (OUSA) says.
The finals of the annual Robbie Rocks competition, organised by the Toitu Otago Settlers’ Museum, were held in Dunedin’s Octagon yesterday.
The 26-year-old woman injured after she collided with a truck while riding a Lime e-scooter last week remains in a serious condition in Dunedin Hospital.
Fire and Emergency New Zealand staff attend an incident in which the driver of a camper van was briefly trapped inside it after it rolled on State Highway 1 near Waitati yesterday.