The Moller Park Memorial Arch in Ravensbourne is in poor condition.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council's outgoing chief executive warns his successor faces an uphill struggle to effect change in the region.
ODT Online rugby writer Jeff Cheshire looks at the impact Jonah Lomu had on those who grew up watching him.
There is a wonderfully expressive ceramic bust at the McDowell gallery in Dowling St which put me in mind of a German work of the Renaissance made in painted terracotta.
How cruel ratepayers can be. I've heard people slagging off at the Dunedin City Council for spending more than half a million dollars each year on staff training.
A Queenstown hotel was lit with the Tricolour last night as the resort showed solidarity with Paris after 129 people died in terrorist attacks.
A young American woman was seriously burnt when she bravely dragged a burning mattress out of her shared Queenstown flat.
Several New Zealand basketballers, including a few from Otago, will be taking to the court as the US college competition gets under way this week. ODT online sports writer Jeff Cheshire previews the action.
A new web app from Microsoft offers to rate your moustache - and it will even give the follically challenged a helping hand.
Spark is warning its customers to beware of phone calls from fraudsters who claim to be from the telecommunications company.
Microsoft is axing unlimited storage plans with OneDrive, and cutting the amount of data people can store for free by two-thirds.
New Zealand data use has soared in the past two years as the number of options for streaming television and movies has grown.
Microsoft's mercurial former boss Steve Ballmer has taken a 4% stake in Twitter, making him the company's third biggest shareholder.
The number of fibre broadband connections in New Zealand has more than doubled in the past year, but fibre still accounts for only 5% of connections.
Google has been working on drone-based delivery for a couple of years now, and it seems their labours are beginning to bear fruit.
Facebook has souped up its search function, allowing access to all public posts on the social network.
Apple is facing a class-action lawsuit from iPhone users claiming they were not warned the Wi-Fi assist feature in iOS 9 would use data from their cellular plan.