Entrants in Dunedin’s Three Peaks Mountain Race well and truly earned some encouragement and they received it in the form of bagpipes music at the top of Mt Cargill.
Fears demolition activity for Dunedin’s new hospital may harm neighbouring heritage buildings could be largely allayed before the matter goes to a hearing.
The garden at the University of Otago’s "sustainable neighbourhood" does not yet exist, but Jessie Barron is looking forward to making it happen.
Departing University of Otago vice-chancellor Harlene Hayne, who takes up a new job in Australia next year, says restructuring has set up the Dunedin institution well for the future.
The University of Otago’s new plan for its next wave of capital spending could become clearer next week.
A year on from the death of a student at a Dunedin flat party, her parents say their drive to help make the area safer continues. Grant Miller reports.
A truck collided with a car, which then ploughed through a fence and into a house in Dunedin's Great King St North, police say.
Legalising cannabis is the most effective way of containing damage associated with the drug, University of Otago students have been told.
The University of Otago looks set to bin a document that suggested changes to the way students from minority backgrounds are given priority in selection to its medical school.
A game on a Sunday afternoon during school holidays — and with the Ranfurly Shield at stake — could draw quite a crowd.
If The Opportunities Party (Top) candidate Ben Peters was momentarily backed by National’s Michael Woodhouse for the Dunedin electorate, it is no longer the case.
Otago rugby fans had to wait a little before they could get a glimpse of the Ranfurly Shield and celebrate their team's return with the revered trophy.
Much of the University of Otago’s building programme could be put off for three or four years, after the Government rejected all five of its "shovel-ready projects" applications.
Cannabis made Labour’s David Clark "giggly", National’s Michael Woodhouse had a "bad reaction" to the drug and the Green Party’s Jack Brazil lauded its medicinal benefits.
After years of battling the scarfie booze culture, the University of Otago is backing new ideas to keep students safe, following the death of a student last year. Grant Miller reports.