University of Otago students donned their best bedding for a night of music and meeting fellow first-years at the annual O Week toga party yesterday.
A major delay to a residential hall extension has forced the University of Otago to relocate students to other colleges.
Otago's first Pacific professor of psychology says the position is a huge honour, but the role has been "a long time coming".
A minor administrative error meant students flocking to Tent City on the Museum Reserve this week were served free alcohol, contravening local liquor laws.
The magnitude of Grant Robertson’s challenge to bring the University of Otago out of its money woes is highlighted in a new financial report.
University of Otago PhD candidate Samantha Cook wears upside-down goggles while standing outside a giant brain at the Otago University Brain Health Research Centre yesterday.
Three decades after marching on the clocktower as a student protester, Grant Robertson is back to try to fix the University of Otago’s problems as its vice-chancellor.
Dunedin's Logan Park was a sea of face paint, mascots and "good vibes" yesterday as thousands of newcomers to the University of Otago’s residential colleges pitted themselves against one another in...
First-year University of Otago student Ollie Simpson bought his white bedsheet for $4 from Preens Dry Cleaners for today’s O Week toga party.
Police are slamming a liquor company as negligent over its "baffling" decision to give away alcohol to partying University of Otago students.
Staff at embattled mega-polytechnic Te Pukenga are in a state of "confusion" as another round of restructuring is launched.
Police are frustrated after a company gave away bottles of alcoholic lemonade to a student party on Castle St yesterday.
A headline in this week’s Otago Daily Times said the University of Otago hoped job cuts would be unlikely this year.
Seismic strengthening work and heritage refurbishments continue on the consumer and applied sciences building at the University of Otago.
A distaste for "sweet" smells may be an unexpected side effect of vaping, new University of Otago research says.
A prominent legal scholar has "very ambitious" goals after being appointed the University of Otago’s first deputy vice-chancellor Māori.
The new government plans to change the policy that since 2018 has covered eligible students' first year of tertiary studies. Instead, the government will cover final-year fees.
A new high-security science research lab has opened at the University of Otago, tasked with genetically modifying a wasp that will be able to eradicate introduced wasp species in New Zealand.