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Emergency Response Procedures to be tested
The University will tomorrow conduct an exercise to test its emergency response procedures – such as those needed in a major earthquake.


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Gigatown Dunedin: Job well done!

Thank you to all staff, students and alumni who helped Dunedin become New Zealand's first Gigatown!

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2014 Mozart Fellow’s taste in music

Mozart Fellow Jeremy Mayall will this weekend host a performance to stimulate all five of the senses. The Bulletin spoke with him about Flutter, the Fellowship and facial hair.

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Otago Physiotherapy Clinics boast new specialist

The School of Physiotherapy’s Dr Steve Tumilty has achieved specialist status – just the third physiotherapist in New Zealand to do so.



​Yamaha Clarinet for sale

 Yamaha Bb Clarinet in ​excellent condition, includes case.

Dog walking/pet visits

Quality dog walking and pet minding service that caters for pet owners who require a caring and professional service for their four legged friend.

Brand new house to rent

Three double bedrooms all with built-in wardrobes, harbour views, dishwasher, heat pump, and other mod cons.



Research and Study Leave Allowance increase

Research and Study Leave is leave from normal teaching, research and administrative duties which may be granted to eligible academic staff members in order that they may pursue an approved research and study programme.


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

Otago 150 years

Eating at the union

Anyone for curried lamb (80c) or sausages and chips (55c)? Or perhaps you’d prefer to splash out and spend $1.50 …

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Making news

Whale fossil fuel for excitement
27 November – Wanganui Chronicle

NZ-China relationship indeed very special
25 November – Otago Daily Times

Home for Life foster parents need the certainty of custody
23 November – TVNZ Sunday Programme


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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."