The Lake Road webcam page continues to be a popular resource for Devonport residents and visitors. However, it costs about $40 / month to run in website hosting fees.
Don't ya just love it when a politician convinces themselves that they have discovered the truth, and then decide it is their moral duty to impose it on the non-believing masses. North Shore's political representative has just joined this entertaining gaggle of idiots.
New Zealand's Olympic administrative incompetence continues,as Usain Bolt is accidentally added to our list of competitors.
The Devonport Wharf improvement process is inching forward to the next step
You might think I'm crazy, but there is some weird stuff happening in the latest Batman film.
A copy of the article on Devonport's community that one of our writers wrote for The Flagstaff.
After eight years in the business Michael and Ann Wang of Calypso café will be calling it a day at the end of July this year.
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Here is your chance to provide some input into the type of restaurant you would like to see in Devonport.
John "Family Jewels, Here's The" Key is secretly negotiating to allow overseas corporations carte blanche in New Zealand. Meet the TPP.
UK-style Toryism comes to New Zealand with a vengeance.
The global financial crisis is reaching an interesting point. The Devonport Speculator investigates.
North Shore Police are concerned for the welfare and well being of a 21 year old male who has not been sighted since he left his home in Hauraki at about 5.00pm last night. Gregory Mark LATHAM has no known friends or contacts other than his brother who reported him missing to Police. Police [...]
Dear reader, you're safe! Just as TVNZ makes the incomprehensible decision to replace TVNZ7 with a channel of TV1 repeats, The Devonport Speculator has sprung back to life.
The Devonport Spec goes deep.
The Devonport wharf bombers are back - but this time in er, Saltburn.
The Devonport Speculator tells a disturbing tale of risk, debt, death and redemption.
Auckland Communities Foundation Chief Executive Mark Bentley says applications will be assessed by the Foundation’s independent Research and Grants Committee.
SINGING FOR ALL IN 2012 Group 1: BoyzNoyz: boys only, Years 4-6, Tuesday afternoons 3.15-4pm SBS School Hall. Percussion, rhythm, singing, loud fun! Group 2: Choirworks: girls and boys, Years 4-6, Tuesday afternoons 4.15-5pm SBS school hall. Great tunes, harmony, movement, fun! Contact Sarah on email@example.com. Discounts for families/membership of both groups. Women’s Singing: [...]
Alex Swney, CEO of Heart of the City, is coming to Devonport to outline his organisation's view of the planned expansion to the Auckland port and may reveal an as yet unknown link to The Devonport Speculator's murky past.
The Devonport-Takapuna Local Board is reaching out to its communities to meet locals face-to-face, understand their issues and seek their views.