For 20 years, millions of historical documents and photographs have had their home in the Hocken Collections' building in Anzac Avenue, but the library is running out of space.
Dunedin National list MP Michael Woodhouse has launched a petition calling on the Government to save Otago Polytechnic.
It's a far cry from stereotypical student fare - but a flat of University of Otago students' healthy cooking and foray into exotic cuisine has paid off.
The University of Otago has signalled its support for the School Strike 4 Climate protest, but says the university will be open as usual, and students will need to decide whether they want to miss...
Two Otago Polytechnic graduates are building a future for themselves in the construction industry, and have been nominated for national awards.
The Fracture Clinic team at Dunedin Hospital has again taken a top award for excellence in the teaching of nursing.
Residents at the Caroline Freeman College hall of residence in Dunedin received a rude awakening this morning after fears of a fire in the residence.
This week might be Te Wiki o Te Reo - but every week is a chance to brush up on Maori language for a pair of humanities lecturers at the University of Otago.
The Loch Ness monster environmental DNA saga has received the most coverage of any piece of research the University of Otago has produced.
University of Otago students are making a plea for the university to support a climate change strike on September 27.
Top spot at the final Otago Daily Times Extra! current events quiz of the year has been taken by a talented trio from Otago Girls' High School.
A replacement accommodation block for the University of Otago's hall of residence Te Rangi Hiroa College could be built by early 2023.
The University of Otago is consulting staff about its marine science department, due to concerns about an operating deficit.
There was plenty of glitz, glam and bronzed muscle on show at this year's National Amateur Body Builders Association Asia Pacific and Otago championships.
For nearly a decade he has been performing brain surgery on hundreds of patients a year at Dunedin Hospital.
One person was taken to hospital with serious injuries after a vehicle crashed into a tree in the Beaumont area overnight.
Fears for the future have led a Dunedin mother of a child with foetal alcohol spectrum disorder to register her 11-year-old son with police.
Better funding is needed to help families struggling with foetal alcohol spectrum disorder - and the emphasis needs to be put on identifying the condition, a University of Otago specialist says.
A Bill governing the future of New Zealand's vocational education is "bad democracy" and backtracks on previous statements made around autonomy, the head of Otago Polytechnic says.