The Devonport Spec goes deep.
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.
Auckland Council is advising residents that, for two weeks commencing Monday 30 January, all its regular kerbside rubbish, recycling and paper collections will be one day later than usual.
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.
The Speculator has learnt of at least two more burglaries in the last few days; one in Vauxhall Rd and one in Abbotsford Terrace. Both burglaries apparently were committed during the day.
The Presbyterian Church establishment's plans to sell St Paul's hit another snag today when it was discovered that the Church site itself contains human remains.
Dan Carter's sojourn in Devonport has ended with a symbolic return to his roots.
A drunk was frogmarched from his car by Devonport police after attending one of the film shows at The Vic last night.
Goina celebrated her return with this stunning shot of Guy Fawkes over Auckland. Click on the image to see it full size.
Oh generous burghers of Devonport, I am delighted to inform you the Gail Bail-Out Fund is almost half way to its target - we now have $735!
Apologies to Spec readers who were denied the panoramic spectacle of Lake Rd for the last three days
An almost chthonic representation of the Smurf's spiritual zeitgeist takes the judges of the Devonport Speculator and Vic Theatre Smurf colouring competition by surprise.
Willie the tagbuster was called out over the weekend after someone complained about a message written in chalk on the concrete hill on Victoria Rd.
Just when you thought the Devonport crime ripple was over, two Devonport shops were burgled last Thursday night; Nord and Louise Simpson Hairdressers.
The Devonport ferry Kea has been involved in a minor accident in Auckland Harbour, injuring a passenger.
The French are said to be "put out" by the tone of some of NZ's world-famous gloating.
A video taken of the construction of the wonderful woolly walk on Devonport wharf has surfaced.
Devonport's crime ripple is beginning to show in the Police stats for burglaries and thefts from cars.
The parking restrictions outside Calliope Rd cafe look set to be enforced more stringently.
Single occupancy vehicles parking in the T2 car parks around Devonport Wharf prior to 9:30am are in danger of getting fined or towed.