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August 2015 digital calendar
Each month, download a calendar for your desktop featuring the winning photos and notable entries from the 2014 Bulletin Board photo competition.


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Otago rated as a surfing destination for students

A list of six universities rated as top for their proximity to great surfing beaches has included the University of Otago.


World Vision continues working with the University

This week the University of Otago re-signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with World Vision.


Burns Fellow launches literary journal for young writers

The University’s 2015 Burns Fellow Louise Wallace has this year been able to fulfil a long-held dream.



Short-term accommodation near Meridian Mall

I have a fully furnished self-contained unit available from 16 Sep to 13 Nov 2015 (can be available earlier if you need it).

Old railway sleepers wanted

Do you have some old railway sleepers lying around you are keen to get rid of? We'd be happy to take them off your hands to finsh off a garden project.

2006 Honda Civic 1.8S

WoF until May 2016,  registered until Jan 2016.



Review of Te Rangi Hiroa College - 9 to 11 Sep 2015

A Panel has been convened to review Te Rangi Hiroa College.


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

Otago 150 years

The cost of an education

How much did you pay for your degree? This year marks the 25th anniversary of the introduction of the ‘user …

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Making news

Yeasts to the fore at Invercargill Brewery
31 July – The Southland Times

Tobacco tax increases could save Kiwis $3.87 billion
29 July – New Zealand Herald

New insights on Ross Ice Shelf
28 July – Otago Daily Times



Hocken snaps: Between lectures at Otago

Students socialise between lectures at the University of Otago in 1949.


Hidden Talents: Creating her happy place

Under the moniker little minx, Student Health Services medical receptionist Joanna Livingston is part of a handmade revolution of sorts in New Zealand.