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Otago and the Government's 2016 budget

The University of Otago has welcomed the Budget announcements of additional Government investments to support research and university teaching.


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Moving on ...

Helping up-and-coming entrepreneurs along their journey has been as rewarding for retiring Professor Brendan Gray as it has been helpful for the students who have turned their business ideas into commercial success.


Rural science workshops have unexpected spin-offs

They not only attracted hundreds of school pupils and members of the public but forged new internal links as well.


Emeritus Professor Anne Smith remembered

Otago Professor Helen May pays tribute to a great friend, great scholar and great advocate for the rights of women and children, Anne B. Smith.



Safe 'n Sound children's car seats

Forward-facing Maxi Rider II, for 8 to 26 kilograms.

Outdoor furniture

Moving overseas so selling bar-height table and four comfortable chairs, good quality, trendy and sturdy.

Two-bedroom furnished apartment in former Ocean View School

In the beautiful, tranquil, coastal township of Ocean View, just 15 minutes from central Dunedin and two minutes' walk from the pristine white-sand beach.



2016 Unipol Memberships for staff

Get ready to feel great this year! 2016 Unipol memberships for staff of the University and Polytechnic are now on sale.


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

Otago 150 years

The class of 1946

1946: New Zealand’s population drew close to 2 million, the long war was finally over, Prime Minister Peter Fraser led …

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Hocken snaps: North Dunedin

.North Dunedin, with Lake Logan, before the first addition to the right of the University's main building (1912).


Giving it Back: Dog Squad volunteers raise smiles

Arana College Assistant Warden Kirsten Eichstaedt’s is the second person to feature in the Bulletin Board’s new volunteer series, dedicated to staff who share their skills and time with the community.