A Mosgiel coin collector who fell victim to a mysterious thief last year says the person who took a box of gold coins will not be able to sell them.
Music and other entertainment has been confirmed for a public picnic next month, as the University of Otago prepares to get its 150th celebrations under way.
How life came to exist in the chilly climes of the Antarctic is the main focus for an Australian marine scientist who is preparing to move her laboratory to Dunedin this year.
A mysterious coin thief gained an elderly Mosgiel man's trust over two visits before brazenly grabbing his valuable collection and running out the door.
A gender studies specialist says the 60:40 split of female and male domestic students attending the University of Otago last year is part of a trend across most Western countries — though it might...
A Mosgiel family who had to leave their house after a faulty toaster set their kitchen alight are seeking financial assistance when they move into their new home.
The fire service is warning people to be careful when burning rubbish, after remnants of a fire set a fence in Waimate ablaze today.
Police have been called to a car crash on Port Chalmers Rd, at St Leonards.
A queer rights advocate is "really happy" gender-diverse students now have more options to identify when giving their enrolment details to the University of Otago.
Footage from newly installed CCTV cameras is helping police with inquiries around the University of Otago over summer - but mostly the area has been peaceful, the proctor says.
A slight majority of domestic students at the University of Otago last year were North Islanders, most were women and sciences courses were the most popular to study, 2018 statistics show.
A person has been arrested after reports of wilful damage involving a paintball gun in Dunedin yesterday afternoon.
Police are investigating after paintballs were fired at three tour shuttles in Ravensbourne this afternoon.
The death of a Dunedin woman from meningococcal-related blood-poisoning has prompted her sister to warn others to take care of their health.
Dunedin's separated cycleways are perfect for Lime scooters - but the green machines may struggle on the city's steeper hills a Lime spokesman says.
Dunedin's new dental school building is more complex than anticipated and will not be ready for the start of the academic year.
From imagining the consequences of a meteor strike to the cultural significance of selfies, the University of Otago Summer School is expanding its horizons, as well as its roll, this year.
Hundreds of enthusiastic teens from around the country will soon be converging on the University of Otago for high-energy hands-on lessons in the summer holidays — but how to attract more boys to the programme is still a problem.
From wiccans and druids to homesick students just wanting a bit of guidance, the University of Otago’s pagan contacts aim to bring a little bit of healing magic to everyone.
A University of Otago student is calling for Dunedin sex workers to get involved in her research in a bid to provide some insight into what makes a good work environment for a marginalised group.