With the safe arrival of the Prime Minister’s newborn baby girl have come well wishes for the new family of three.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and partner Clarke welcomed a baby girl today at 4:45pm at Auckland Hospital weighing 7.3lbs.
More than 100 people attended a meeting in Tolaga Bay last night to discuss their concerns about the effects caused by recent severe flooding and pine slash.
The Napier City Council has turned its attention to its Māori youth by holding a youth leadership summit, a first for the council as it looks to explore what success looks like for young Māori in the region.
The Gisborne Council and forestry representatives met with locals of Tologa Bay to discuss a cleanup strategy. Locals are disappointed in the lack of commitment from the forestry industry to put money forward to help with the cleanup.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is at Auckland Hospital to deliver her baby. The prime minister’s office confirmed that Ardern arrived at hospital driven by partner Clarke Gayford as planned this morning.
Te Kawerau a Maki is a step closer to building a turangawaewae on their whenua in Bethells Rd after Auckland Council had a change of heart.