The University of Otago’s vice-chancellor has agreed to meet students who are seeking answers about possible changes to selection processes for the medical school.
University of Otago senior leaders have agreed to meet with students who requested urgent discussions about the way students are selected for medical school.
An Otago University staff member wants an apology from senior leadership for the way it's dealt with a proposal to impose caps on preferential entry pathways into medical school.
The man taking on the University of Otago over its admissions process for medical school will have his identity kept secret until further notice.
A lack of new support for tertiary students in Labour’s $600million education policy has been criticised as "incredibly disappointing" by the Otago University Students’ Association (OUSA).
The University of Otago is set to face court action over the way minority groups are given priority for entry into its medical school.
The way Otago University selects students for its medicine programme is set to be challenged in court.
Otago University bosses are being accused of misleading critics over its proposal to cap medical school admissions for Māori and other priority groups through its preferential entry pathways.
The idea of capping the number of students entering the Otago Medical School through equity pathways has "deeply disturbed" a physicians advocacy group.
A father, son and safety officer joined forces to bring about a recent gift of surgical masks valued at $10,000 to the University of Otago.
University of Otago academics Anne-Marie Jackson and Louise Bicknell have jointly won a top university award for early career researchers.
A senior University of Otago academic's hair could be difficult to manage until a credible vaccine is found for Covid-19.
More than $1 million has been spent on repairs and maintenance of the University of Otago’s Plaza Building over the past eight years.
Winston Peters' brief foray into the high-stakes world of ping-pong resulted in perhaps the most dramatic political video of 2020.
Winston Peters came to Dunedin yesterday to deliver campaign messages, but it was a sneaky smoko on the University of Otago’s campus that grabbed the attention on social media.
NZ First leader Winston Peters has been snapped taking a sneaky cigarette break on Otago University's Dunedin campus today, breaking its no-smoking rules.
NZ First leader Winston Peters has taken a swipe at Labour's plan to make Matariki a public holiday, saying now is not the time when the country is facing "huge financial challenges" due to Covid-19.
A person who snuck into a surgery at Wellington Hospital has prompted the Capital & Coast District Health Board to review its security systems.