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Te Reo and medicine combine in Christchurch kura visit
Christchurch fifth-year medical students gave health checks to children at a Te Reo immersion school as part of the campus’ Hauora Māori curriculum.


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Winning project could help hearing disorders

A project that could help thousands of people who suffer from hearing disorders won the Brain and Technology Symposium 2018 Challenge held recently.


Key appointments further strengthen Otago’s innovation sector

Otago has been bolstered by two appointments.


University honoured to host Samoan Prime Minister

The Prime Minister of Samoa Hon Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi visited the University of Otago last week.



Historic Cottage in Roslyn

Restored, cosy, 1880s cottage featuring log burner, new heat pump, second storey insulated, polished wood floors, full sun with harbour views, deck with deck furniture, raised bed garden and lawn and more garden if required, double dishdrawer - most mod cons.

House/dog sitter needed

I am looking for someone who will come and stay in my home and look after my two little dogs, take them for walks, and generally spoil them as much as I do.

Delightful, sunny cottage in desirable location

This two-bedroom (one double and one single), one bathroom (separate toilet) cottage enjoys all-day sun and is slightly elevated to enjoy tranquil green views across North East Valley.



Review of the Department of Media, Film and Communication: 25 to 27 July 2018

As part of the University’s quality assurance programme a Panel has been convened to review, evaluate and report to the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) on matters pertaining to the Department of Media, Film & Communication.


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

Otago 150 years

Where it all began

The University of Otago had its first home in Dunedin’s first Oamaru-stone building, designed by William Mason in neoclassical style …

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Making news

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



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.


Giving it Back: A Master of water and fire

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.