Jacinda Ardern

"We knew that we needed significant gun reform, and so that is what we did,” Ardern told students at Harvard University's commencement ceremony.
New Zealand has announced it will ban military-style rifles just six days after they were used to kill 50 people in the Christchurch mosque massacre.
New Zealand reopened to tourists from Australia three weeks ago and on Monday to about 60 visa-waiver countries, including much of Europe.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the "red" level wouldn't mean more lockdowns, but Kiwis should expect new restrictions for "some weeks" to come.
Only 40 people have died in New Zealand since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Police shot and killed a man who stabbed and wounded six people in a supermarket.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern participated in a Samoan forgiveness ritual, as part of an apology for the country's racially charged "Dawn Raids."
A chilling report on the Christchurch massacre is an indictment of institutional Islamophobia — in New Zealand and Silicon Valley — that led to 51 deaths.
The report concludes that despite the shortcomings of various agencies, there were no clear signs the attack, which killed 51 worshippers, was imminent.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she had voted in favor of both referendums.