Megan Gibbons will be crossing her fingers, avoiding ladders and watching out for black cats in the hope it will be ‘‘third time lucky’’ and she will finally be able to give her first graduation speech as Otago Polytechnic’s chief executive at tomorrow’s ceremony.
Otago Polytechnic students will be asked if they want the Maori flag, the tino rangatiratanga, to fly at the Dunedin campus.
Controversial rubbish provisions have been dropped from the University of Otago’s proposed code of conduct changes after backlash from students.
Desperately needed vaccinators cannot be officially trained at the University of Otago’s School of Pharmacy because of a technical stand-off with the Ministry of Health.
A woman has pleaded guilty to making a bomb threat against the University of Otago, which cancelled graduation ceremonies in December 2020.
Discussing the behind-the-scenes of her personal life and how she found herself in the public eye is 2021 New Zealander of the Year and microbiologist Dr Siouxsie Wiles on Saturday.
The nitrate pollution limits environmental groups want for New Zealand waterways would also catch out the drinking water for nearly 400,000 people on a registered drinking water supply, a...
University of Otago epidemiologist Michael Baker supports the Government's last-minute call to scrap mercy flights out of New South Wales due to a Covid outbreak.
The University of Otago has topped three out of four educational performance indicators in the latest snapshot of the tertiary education sector.
A law professor says the managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) booking system may be discriminatory, as it is revealed tech-savvy people are able to game the system to increase their chances of booking a room.
The Government would face pushback if it went harder or faster on its latest plastic ban, due to phase out problem plastics over the next four years, a University of Otago marine ecologist says.
Covid-19 has offered New Zealand a chance to reset its foreign and trade policy, a specialist in Chinese politics says.
Maori will be disproportionately affected by climate change, a Te Runanga o Ngati Waewae representative says.
The researcher behind a weight-loss device which has been condemned around the world says his invention has been misunderstood.
Dunedin-born Prof David Murdoch chaired the committee that selected Covid-19 vaccines for New Zealand.
His name conjures images of prehistoric giant penguins, prehistoric baleen whales, or the Shag Point plesiosaur.
Foreign policy is important at any time, but the 55th Otago Foreign Policy School this weekend takes place at a time more significant than most, organisers say.