A new report and research by an Otago academic highlights what New Zealand must do to prepare for climate change.
Reverend Wayne Te Kaawa, who is of Tuwharetoa ki Kawerau, Ngāi Tuhoe and Ngāti Awa descent, is the University’s first specialised Māori Chaplain.
A book written to encourage New Zealanders to explore tidepools and mudflats has been named a 2018 Storylines Notable Book.
Sunny, two-bedroomtownhouse with detached office/sleep-out, near Roslyn Village and close to supermarket and all amenities.
Academic family who is going on sabbatical is looking for renters for a furnished, sunny, modern, warm home in St Clair.
Three-bedroom house with one bathroom in MacAndrew Bay overlooking the harbour, recently renovated, wooden floors in kitchen, carpet in bedrooms and lounge, heat pump and wood burner for the cooler months, double-glazing in the lounge, large deck.
Dr Dot Page will speak on Votes for Women - the Dunedin Story
In the early 1890s Dunedin was the largest and most industrialised city in New Zealand, and nowhere was the opposition so fierce and often devious than in Dunedin.
Ali Clarke's Blog: University of Otago 1869-2019 ~ writing a history
The University of Otago had its first home in Dunedin’s first Oamaru-stone building, designed by William Mason in neoclassical style …
Would-be tenants seek to live in cars on driveways to beat Auckland rents
18 August – New Zealand Herald
Effectiveness of Community Treatment Orders
17 August – Radio New Zealand
Campylobacter in Hawke's Bay
16 August – Radio New Zealand
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.
The Master of Otago research vessel Polaris II Bill Dickson is the first profile in the Bulletin Board’s new volunteer series, dedicated to staff who share their skills and time with the community.