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Foundation’s annual golf tournament

Foundation’s annual golf tournament

The Foundation’s 8th annual golf tournament will be played on the St Clair course on Sunday, 24th September with a 10a.m. shotgun start. More than $120,000 has been raised since the inaugural event in 2010, all of which has been invested in research projects and...

A Night to Remember 2018

A Night to Remember 2018

A night of high emotion, entertainment and contrast … that’s all in-store for guests at the Foundation’s annual dinner, A Night to Remember 2018. To be hosted in the Dunedin Town Hall on Friday, 16th February, A Night to Remember 2018 will bring to the stage two...

June Club Otago Lunch celebrates Otago Rugby

June Club Otago Lunch celebrates Otago Rugby

The June Club Otago lunch was a celebration of some of the most memorable days of Otago rugby. Otago is the most successful of the New Zealand provinces against the British & Irish Lions, beating the tourists on four occasions – in 1950, ’59, ’66 and ’93. The...

Club Otago Lunch – June

Club Otago Lunch – June

The next Club Otago lunch, scheduled for Tuesday, 13th June to coincide with the Highlanders match against the British & Irish Lions in Dunedin that evening, will be a celebration of some of the glory days of Otago rugby. Otago’s record against the Lions is the...

Susan Sims appointed to role of Director of Development

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 19 May 2017 The Otago Medical Research Foundation (OMRF) has appointed Susan Sims to the role of Director of Development. Sims replaces Steve Davie, who has stepped down after seven and a half years in the role. Sims brings a wealth of experience...

Club Otago Lunch – Professor Robert Patman

The 2017 Club Otago season opened in fine style with an investigation into the rationale behind Donald Trump’s election as United States President, what he has learnt in his early months in office, how he captured the imagination of the American people through...

A Night to Remember 2017, a resounding success!

A Night to Remember 2017, the Foundation’s annual black tie dinner in the Dunedin Town Hall on Friday 17th February, was a resounding success! Olympic and world rowing champions Hamish Bond and Eric Murray were candid and honest during a Q & A session, talking...