A copy of the article on Devonport's community that one of our writers wrote for The Flagstaff.
The Devonport Speculator, in conjunction with local resident and cool dude Steve Smith, is delighted to provide Speculator readers with live data on every possible weather variable known to humanity for the immediate Devonport area.
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Radical plans to expand the Ports of Auckland wharves far out into the Waitemata Harbour will be in large part simply to provide extra parking for containers.
Aucklanders are invited to have their say on Auckland Council’s proposal to introduce a new dog policy and bylaw for the region. With so many beaches and beauty spots, Devonportians should be interested.
Tamaki Sports Academy offers mentoring, coaching, and work experience to South Auckland youth who have dropped out of the mainstream school system but show some sporting talent. Now Devonport residents can help.
A publicity campaign titled “Your Port, Your Call” kicks off today (Jan. 26) urging Aucklanders to find out more about the “extraordinary” plans by the port to expand its operations.
Whiti Hereaka, from Wellington, is the current writer in residence at the Michael King Writers' Centre. She holds the eight-week summer residency, which runs until mid-March.
Auckland Council’s draft waste plan was the inspiration behind a competition aimed at getting young people involved in tackling Auckland’s waste issues.
We've seen quite a bit of rain over Devonport in the last week or so. Our resident photographer Goina Thedinga was out under the clouds, and caught some superb shots of the fronts as they came in.
Imagine the conversations you’ll have, the floors you’ll hold and the canapés you’ll wave aside as you expound the pros and cons of standardised inorganic collections.
Devonport’s Depot Artspace is currently hosting an exhibition by Grant Alexander and Peter Donovan.
The short term outcomes for Devonport under the new Auckland council are beginning to crystallise, with the Devonport-Takapuna Local Board releasing the final version of its local plan.
George Bush didn't, but you've still got time to check before you chop.
DoC Regional Manager Brett Butland gave an update on some of the key projects set to begin around Devonport at the local board meeting last night.
Public consultation has started today on Auckland Council‘s draft plan for managing rubbish in the region. The council is asking Aucklanders to consider how the region can reduce its waste even further.
A rising star of New Zealand fiction writing whose first novel had a big international impact has been awarded a six-month residency in Devonport's Michael King Centre in 2012.
Cheltenham Beach on Guy Fawkes night is not the only place one can find abandoned children in Devonport.
St Leo's school fair was a happy affair; with reasonable weather, a decent turnout and plenty of stuff to do and even more to eat.
The Depot is considering proposals for exhibitions, events & festivals at Depot Galleries for the second half of 2012.