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.
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
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.
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, 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.
As we all launch into the new year and the routine of schools, jobs and commuting, an Australian palliative nurse has revealed what those in their final days regret the most about the course their life took.
The Devonport Speculator has learned that the current expansion plans proposed by Ports of Auckland is merely stage one of a multi-stage expansion strategy.
Chris Weissenborn, photographer for the Navy, took some spectacular shots out on the harbour on Anniversary Day, which he very kindly provided to The Devonport Speculator.
Against his better judgement, The Devonport Speculator ventured onto Lake Rd earlier this week and was delighted to spot a cyclist in the cycling lane.
Local Board Chair Chris Darby expresses his concerns over the council's port expansion plans exclusively to The Devonport Speculator.
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.
As the old saying goes, “there are lies, damn lies, statistics and the inane musings of The Devonport Speculator” but given the current global climate, it’s tempting to make a few dangerous extrapolations from the Devonport housing market stats for 2011.