As part of the International Science Festival, the university of Otago Science Expo was held last week. Reporter Simon Henderson went along to the University of Otago Business School foyer...
Problem plastics are being phased out next year but micro-plastics are still a jagged little pill for marine life to swallow.
Synchronised swimming is a sport with a glittering history, but is facing challenging times as club membership is sinking.
In a nation surrounded by water, plenty of us enjoy a splash in nature as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
Clutching plastic cutlery and a plastic-coated paper plate could soon be consigned to the dustbin of history.
Startup Dunedin’s Audacious programme highlights Otago Uni and Polytech students creating innovative business ideas. This week, how the leftovers from beer production can be turned from waste into a new sustainable product.
Pupils at Dunedin's Sara Cohen School are being guided by some of the most gifted athletes in the country.
When Reuben Kinghorn took possession of his classic Ford about two and a-half years ago, he discovered a dark secret. His 1947 Ford Club Coupe Super Deluxe, which was imported from California...
Startup Dunedin’s Audacious programme highlights University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic students who are creating innovative business ideas. This week in the series reporter...
The spirit of nature glowed from within as the Dunedin Midwinter Carnival entertained onlookers in the Octagon last Saturday.
Fundraising by turning brass into gold — gold coins that is — are members of the Logan Park Jazz Band.
Sharing a story from her childhood in Delhi at multilingual storytelling festival Around the World in 80 Tales is Ambika Kohli, of Dunedin. Her story is called Arjun and the Bird's Eye, a tale from...
A proposed pump track for the Portobello Domain is a step closer, thanks to the Otago Peninsula Community Board.
The contribution of former Dunedin mayor Dave Cull to Portobello will be recognised with a commemorative plaque.
Bullying and bathrooms were some of the topics explored during a rainbow panel discussion at St Hilda's Collegiate School last week.