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Aquinas College team named Chef of the Year
Whitebait, lamb, whole baby salmon and pineapple lumps were featured in mouthwatering creations at last night's Residential College Chef of the Year cooking competition.


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Your starter for 10: University Challenge screens on Saturday

Otago will take on Waikato this Saturday when the first episode of the new University Challenge goes to air at 11.30am on Prime.

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Last chance to get behind Gigatown Dunedin

There is just one more opportunity to help Dunedin win access to the fastest internet in the Southern Hemisphere - vote for the city's plan. Find out how here.

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Celebrating 10 years of Leading Thinkers

The University’s Leading Thinkers initiative will celebrate its 10th anniversary at a function at the Staff Club this evening.



Flatmate Wanted

A warm, comfortable, fully-furnished house just two minutes walk from the University.

Christmas trees for sale

Christmas trees, sustainably grown, fundraising for Oxfam Water for Survival, Opoho Rd, opposite Gardens New World.

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Otago University Staff Families Association Programme - Semester 2

Otago University Staff Families Association ( OUSFA) runs a varied social programme for University Staff members, their partners and families.


Ali Clarke's Blog: University of Otago 1869-2019 ~ writing a history

Otago 150 years

From natural philosophy to physics

I’ve written about the beginnings of various departments created in the 20th century, but this week I look at the …

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Call for NZ to help developing countries
18 November – Otago Daily Times

Men of conscience
15 November – Otago Daily Times


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Hidden Talents: A penchant for pencils

While he is quick to point out that his collection is more of an interest than a talent, Bioethics’ Dr Mike King takes pencils seriously. He spoke to the Bulletin about why he has written off the pen.

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Hocken Snaps: Students studying 1964

"There is ample provision for quiet study in the Library of the University of Otago."