Doctors are questioning University of Otago plans to drop mental health and women’s health as compulsory final-year subjects in its medical degree.
Andrew Noone has emerged as an early frontrunner to take over from Otago Regional Council chairwoman Marian Hobbs if she is removed from the role.
The University of Otago fell behind on capital spending by $25.4million during the Covid-19 lockdown but construction is back in full swing.
Leaders of organisations that deal with the Otago Regional Council say they want councillors to get on with the job of governing.
Otago Regional Council chairwoman Marian Hobbs is set to face a vote next month to have her ousted from the position.
Nine Otago regional councillors have put their names to a move to oust chairwoman Marian Hobbs.
It was already a big occasion for a big crowd — and then the home team scored a memorable victory.
Otago Regional Council chairwoman Marian Hobbs says she has no show of holding on to the role but she will not quit.
Seven motor vehicles were burnt in Invercargill this morning and the incident is being treated as suspicious.
Three men have been charged with offensive behaviour after pitch invasions at last night's Super Rugby Aotearoa match in Dunedin.
A complaint about a TV show’s investigation into the way the University of Otago reacted to sexual assault and rape allegations by current and former students has been rejected.
The University of Otago is likely to face losses this year and next, before returning to a state approaching normal in 2022.
Kmart has extended the closure of its Dunedin shop and the company says upgrades are needed at the site before any reopening.
Kmart's Dunedin store is staying closed for at least another week.
Otago sharemilkers Matt and Ella King have had three years at Clinton and three at Heriot and are now setting up at Clydevale.
The chief executive’s position at the Dunedin City Council is to be advertised, as is required under the law.
Dunedin artist Ayesha Green is delighted her work has been chosen to feature in the Octagon.
University of Otago vice-chancellor Harlene Hayne has described dealing with fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic as an emotional rollercoaster.
A staffing shake-up has been proposed by the Invercargill City Council.
The door has been left ajar to the chance the Dunedin and Mosgiel H&J shops could stay open but the chain’s Te Anau and Balclutha shops will close at the end of next month.