Jacinda Ardern

Ardern stepped down as prime minister in January, saying she no longer had “enough in the tank” to do it justice.
In her farewell speech to the New Zealand Parliament, the former prime minister spoke about leadership and her legacy.
Ardern's advice for New Zealand's new prime minister was, "You do you."
The lack of other candidates indicated party lawmakers had rallied behind Hipkins to avoid a drawn-out contest and any sign of disunity following Ardern’s departure.
The New Zealand prime minister said she no longer has "enough in the tank" to continue leading. Many of us can relate.
Jacinda Ardern tearfully announced she’ll step down as New Zealand's prime minister by Feb. 7.
The giddy Fox News host made over-the-top claims about the outgoing prime minister.
“I’d be doing a disservice to New Zealand if I continued,” she said.
The New Zealand leader said what sounded like “he’s such an arrogant p***k” about libertarian ACT party leader David Seymour during Parliament’s Question Time.
New Zealand’s prime minister Jacinda Ardern has confirmed to children worried about the Easter Bunny during the coronavirus outbreak that both the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy are considered essential workers. In Monday’s coronavirus press conference, she warned it may be “a bit difficult at the moment" for the bunny to make it to all homes and suggested younger viewers to draw an Easter egg for their front windows instead. The country has been put under a strict four-week lockdown for nearly two weeks now, with all residents having to stay at home and only key workers allowed to work.