It's one hell of day for a piece of exotic fruit.
In a provocative statement released today, New Zealand's population of pond scum have united to signal their hatred of the female gender of the species Homo Sapiens.
Sources in the Japanese whaling industry have confirmed the Manke Whale, a new species recently discovered in New Zealand politics could be “perfect fodder” for the Japanese whale meat market.
New Zealand's Olympic administrative incompetence continues,as Usain Bolt is accidentally added to our list of competitors.
The Muppets have been accused of brainwashing a nation's children with Communist propaganda because their new movie features as its villain the chief executive of an oil company.
The Devonport Speculator is an avid reader and aficionado of the increasingly surreal nature of the debate around the brewing financial crisis. Here, he provides you with an easy way to explain it, and to impress your friends.
For those Devonport Speculator readers who "simply can't be arsed" to read the 2000 word version of the article on the election candidates, here is a condensed version that should take little more than 30 seconds to absorb.
Bill Rayner reports on an extraordinary council policy unwittingly unveiled at the last local Devonport Takapuna Board meeting.
A simple question on behalf of its readers regarding matters of national security led to The Devonport Speculator being met with a firm hand from Navy interrogators.
With NZ now crowned as WORLD CHAMPS, the monkey on NZ's back was facing an uncertain future. The Devonport Speculator can exclusively reveal some new options have come to light.
Long term Speculator readers may recall the extraordinary story The Speculatum uncovered regarding the zombie danger in Devonport. Digging through Devonport's murky past has led to plucky local researcher uncovering an unsavoury story from the past.
The French are said to be "put out" by the tone of some of NZ's world-famous gloating.
The Devonport Speculator secures an exclusive interview with one of NZ's bete noirs.
Despite a crippling burden of debt, The Devonport Speculator is to be bailed out by the NZ government.
Once again, Devonport's scourge is in the news for the wrong reasons.
Don't believe in magic? Take a look at this video, and then write to The Speculator explaining how it is possible.
History appears to be repeating itself in Devonport. But this time, there's a twist.
For those who think the recent death of a local cat at the paws of a local dog requires justice, The Devonport Speculator has the perfect solution.
The Speculator has learnt that a number of retail outlets in Devonport are selling a dangerous, addictive drug that has been responsible for the deaths of hundreds of New Zealanders.
Given 2011 is more or less exactly half way through and the world will apparently end in 2012, in the time that we have left The Devonport Speculator thought it might try its hand at a spot of soothsaying.