Dunedin Engineering Incorporated: Engineering cluster and support organisation for engineering manufacturers based in Dunedin

Forsyth Barr Stadium: The large covered playing area meets the pitch requirements for major sporting codes, including rugby union, rugby league, football, cricket, netball, basketball and exhibition sports. Venue for major concerts, performances and festivals

iD Dunedin Fashion Week: A week dedicated to fashion and design. Each March-April Dunedin celebrates its distinct style, fashion identity and industry, with collaboration between the local, national and international fashion sector, tertiary institutions and supporting industries

Otago Polytechnic: Offers over 100 programmes, from foundation certificates to postgraduate degrees. Campuses in Dunedin, Central Otago and Auckland, and off-campus around the world

Southern District Health Board: The Government-funded organisation responsible for most publicly funded primary health and hospital services in the Southland and Otago regions of New Zealand. Created as the result of the merger of Southland and Otago DHBs on 1 May 2010

The University of Otago College of Education: Offers a wide range of programmes for people wanting to be teachers or understand the educational influences in our society

University of Otago: Founded in 1869 by an ordinance of the Otago Provincial Council, the University of Otago is New Zealand's oldest university. Information about Otago, administration, contacts, courses and subjects, departments and schools, research, services and support, news and studying at Otago



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