MBA gets Massive Big Assignment

Posted 3:00pm Sunday 21st September 2014

The University of Otago Business Schoolís Master of Business Administration degree is now being offered as an online course, as well as on-campus from early next year. The Master of Business Administration degree is the leading MBA programme within New Zealand, with a focus on teaching its Read more...

Who let the dogs out

Posted 11:52pm Sunday 7th September 2014

Recent figures released by the Dunedin City Council show that 244 dog attacks have been reported to the Council during the last year. Council figures report that the various dog attacks were on people, pets, livestock and wild animals. From July 2013 to July 2014, 69 dog attacks in the Read more...

Dunedin students snow how to party

Posted 1:47pm Thursday 28th August 2014

Dunedinís Forsyth Barr Stadium was the venue for the first Indoor Winch Jam held on Saturday 23 August. The event, which showcased snowboarding and skiing talent, involved snowboarders and skiers being towed by a winch on to a snow jump. The alcohol-free event had no charge for entry. Two Read more...

Toroa College blowing the budget even more

Posted 12:53am Monday 18th August 2014

Toroa Collegeís recent upgrade and expansion has gone over budget by even more than previously reported, with the total cost of the refurbishment now being over budget by almost $1 million. As previously found, the extreme difference in cost was recorded as being an error in the estimated cost. Read more...

Otago's climate researchers get deeper pockets

Posted 9:16pm Sunday 10th August 2014

The University of Otago is a key partner for the second time in one of Governmentís multi-million dollar National Science Challenges. The Deep South Challenge is the second challenge to have funding confirmed, with up to $88.1 million available over the next 10 years, inclusive of Crown Research Read more...

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