Loving where you live has a close connection with your wellbeing, University of Otago researchers say.
University of Otago researchers are suggesting the need for radical change in the "outdated structure of the gender division'' used in elite sport.
Scientists have discovered some people have a genetic predisposition to anorexia – offering hopes of better treatments for the often tragic eating disorder.
Another government has missed an opportunity to curb excessive drinking and reduce harm, upset University of Otago mental health experts say.
Phoebe Fulton and Hannah Priest try some vintage hats at the Otago University Students' Association's Winter Wellness event.
New Zealand Rugby lacks clear emphasis on moral values in its selection of All Blacks, say academics at the University of Otago.
New research showing why some livestock produce more methane than others is also suggesting ways to cut this source of greenhouse gas, scientists say.
Tongan students from around New Zealand will be bringing a riot of colour to Dunedin this weekend, as the annual New Zealand Tongan Tertiary Students' Association conference closes.
The possibility of a health bus providing travelling medical services could only spell good news for rural Otago communities, the head of the University of Otago's rural medical immersion programme...
The University of Otago's redevelopment of the St David II lecture theatre and Mellor Laboratories (pictured) jointly won the education category award at the Southern Architecture Awards.
Orokonui Ecosanctuary, as well as local schools, were among the beneficiaries of the University of Otago's E-Cycling centre last year.
The chairman of the inquiry into mental health and addiction services says he is grateful that the Government listened to its recommendations, but warns many details are unconfirmed.
The strong appeal of unhealthy food needs to be understood better, before moves can be made to cut obesity among the poor, a US economist says.
A focus on critical economic issues relevant to an uncertain world has been hailed as the reason for the packed house all weekend at the University of Otago Foreign Policy School.
Immediate action was needed on climate change in the Pacific, Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters said yesterday.
Ethical tensions about how assisted dying relates to suicide prevention are not resolved by the End of Life Choice Bill, a University of Otago bioethicist says.