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Outstanding result for Otago rowers
The University of Otago has dominated the recent New Zealand Universities Rowing Championships in Wanganui winning the coveted “Ashes” trophy for the 16th year in a row.


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Anzac Day service on campus tomorrow

Staff, students and the public are invited to an Anzac Day service at 1.30pm tomorrow on the Clocktower lawn.


Fair highlights growing volunteer culture

A large and enthusiastic turnout at the second annual University Volunteer Fair on Wednesday highlights a growing culture of volunteering at Otago.


Health research celebrated at awards

Professor Antony Braithwaite of Pathology took top honours at the Dunedin School of Medicine and the Southern DHB Health Research Excellence Awards this week.



Warm house in Normanby

Modern, fully furnished home for rent, available 6 May to 7 Aug 2015.

BMW for sale

For sale as owner is returning back overseas.



The University Club

Luncheon speakers - March and April 2015


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

Otago 150 years

Early Chinese students

Chinese students have a long history at Otago. I’ve posted before about the big impact that Colombo Plan students from …

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Making news

Crosses stimulate research about fallen soldiers
21 April – ODT

Expert: 'Overreacting' to terror attacks could encourage them
20 April – Paul Henry, TV3

Discovering Drugs for Breast Cancer
14 April – RNZ Our Changing World


Peter Joyce sculpture garden thumb

Hidden Talents: Supporting contemporary New Zealand sculpture

Transforming a bare paddock into a native sculpture garden has provided Professor Peter Joyce with ample exercise, a peaceful post-quake retreat, and a legacy project for his retirement.

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Hocken snaps: 1919 Professorial Board

The University of Otago's 1919 Professorial Board.