Bicycles dumped at the landfill will have new homes, clothing will be mended and electrical items repaired, as University of Otago students engage with ways to live more sustainably.
Almost half of the cases of potential academic misconduct at the University of Otago after semester 1 online examinations have been found to be unintentional or resulted from students being naive.
One of the candidates seeking to be the next student representative for clubs at the University of Otago has withdrawn from the race.
A former student representative for clubs at the University of Otago has revealed a complaint about sexual misconduct has been laid against him.
Police accept that an officer's use of a Taser in Dunedin cells last year was not justified.
The former student representative for clubs at the University of Otago has revealed a complaint about sexual misconduct has been laid against him.
Police accept that an officer's use of a Taser when a man resisted arrest in Dunedin last year was not just justified.
University of Otago staff have had to review more academic misconduct cases after a move to online examinations but that may not mean more students than usual set out to cheat.
Work has begun to get Dunedin ready for quarantine facilities.
Students have been granted almost $1.5million in financial aid from the University of Otago’s hardship fund.
The monitoring regime run by the Otago Regional Council may need a boost to make sure environmental harm is curbed.
The inspection regime in Otago for dairy farm compliance with environmental regulations was disrupted by Covid-19 but — of the farms audited in the past year — few fell foul of the rules.
A war medal long forgotten is at last in the hands of a Dunedin woman whose uncle was killed just before World War 1 ended.
The Otago Regional Council is adding its voice to the chorus of concern about the bottled-water industry.
A more serious push may be needed to improve air quality in Otago towns.
New Otago Regional Council chairman Andrew Noone says councillors will have to put distractions behind them and unite to get back on task.
Otago Regional Council chairwoman Marian Hobbs has been ousted from her role, and Andrew Noone has been voted in as her successor.
A meeting to determine whether Marian Hobbs is removed as chairwoman of the Otago Regional Council could be over quickly.
Students at the University of Otago are being asked to consider attitudes that lead to sexual violence and how they can intervene.
All councillors will be free to vote on whether Marian Hobbs should be removed as chairwoman of the Otago Regional Council tomorrow.