Crichton Tahana has gone from rags to designing his own riches, after turning his back on a life of crime to graduate with a fashion design degree.
Otago Polytechnic staff were yesterday treated to a sneak peak of what student life might be like when they had a tour of its $20million student accommodation village development.
A response of more than 40,000 signatures to a petition calling for a mental health inquiry has overwhelmed its Dunedin organiser.
Students with sweaty brows and nervous smiles did their best to impress future employers at a recent speed dating-style job interview event at Otago Polytechnic.
Wearing special glasses and elderly body simulation suits, some Dunedin residents looked a sight last night at an event aimed at showing what it feels like to be elderly and have visual impairments.
University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic staff have won five of 13 national teaching awards.
Three Otago Polytechnic Central Campus culinary students have achieved a top three ranking in the annual Nestlé Toque d'Or student culinary competition.
Otago Polytechnic's hands-on approach to learning is about to be taken up a level after the delivery of a kitset plane.
A device soon to be worn all over the world has been launched in Dunedin.
From pounamu to plaques, time capsules and trees, Otago Polytechnic can now remember its memorials accurately with the creation of a memorial and commemorative register.
Otago Polytechnic will become ‘‘tech heaven’’ for a group of 40 girls from around Dunedin on Tuesday with a new ‘‘ShadowTech Day’’.
Otago Polytechnic has broken through a "glass ceiling" after its first doctorate course was approved by NZQA.
Keeping tabs on apprentice learning just got a lot easier thanks to a new app modified at Otago Polytechnic.
Rapid progress is continuing on Otago Polytechnic’s $20million student accommodation village in North Dunedin.
Otago Polytechnic is preparing for a $60 million overhaul of its campus set to begin next year.
Farm succession can be a complex and emotional subject for farming families.
The innovative wooden construction of the Otago Polytechnic's $20 million student accommodation village is already turning heads, including attracting interest in Queenstown building circles.
The innovative wooden construction of the Otago Polytechnic’s $20million student accommodation village is already turning heads, including attracting interest in Queenstown building circles.
A group of Otago Polytechnic students are on the hunt for Dunedin locations with edible weeds and surplus produce to create a ‘‘foraging’’ map.
Otago Polytechnic Graduate Diploma Applied Science (Performance Analysis) graduates (from left) Joanna Horan, Anna Cave and Jess Souchon at netball’s ANZ Premiership launch.