High employment and the rise in the cost of living have been blamed for a significant drop in student numbers at Otago Polytechnic.
If you see Campus Watch team member Steve Crosland scribbling in a notebook during a shift, it does not necessarily follow that he is taking notes about a student escapade.
A central Dunedin antiques dealer says she is moving shop because of the city council’s changes to George St.
New Zealand might have to prepare itself for a second wave of the Omicron virus now that a new variant has been detected in the country, a University of Otago epidemiologist says.
Former Dunedin woman Nicola Toki is the new chief executive of Forest & Bird.
A group of men on a mission to visit dozens of New Zealand’s lighthouses are doing it to help those in the dark find safety.
A fur seal turns a Ray’s bream into an evening meal at Dunedin's Andersons Bay Inlet.
A Russian national in Dunedin says the next generation of Russians will not forgive those who support Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.
A University of Otago student’s own experience with brain cancer has motivated him to to find 19 friends willing to run 100km each over a month to raise money for cancer research.
More than 80 years before the current crisis in Ukraine, children in Dunedin as young as 5 did their part to help people in war-torn Europe.
A distinguished University of Otago botany professor celebrated her 100th birthday on the campus where she carved her career yesterday.
The University of Otago’s social anthropology programme has received a $1.3million funding boost from a benefactor.
A new report emerging from the University of Otago’s Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study shows vaccine resistance in adults can result from a legacy of mistrust in childhood.
A Balclutha photographer hopes his recent trip to parts of the Southern Ocean will raise awareness about the threatened bird species and fragile ecosystems there.
A University of Otago disability rights advocate is calling on the university to offer long-term online learning options for people with disabilities.
Some Dunedin organisations and businesses will retain vaccine pass and mandate requirements to keep customers and staff feeling safe in the meantime.
A group of 1037 humans born in Dunedin 50 years ago has grown into one of the most intimately examined and passionately observed groups of people on Earth.
A five-storey residential building planned for Dunedin’s CBD may be a bellwether of central city land use.
International students are trickling back into Dunedin, but a support group says it will be some time before numbers are back at pre-pandemic levels.
The partner and infant daughter of a man who died while surfing at Aramoana at the weekend were at the beach when the incident took place.