Baby plans, not policy, first up for NZ Labour leader

New leader of the Labour Party Jacinda Ardern (L) with her deputy Kelvin Davis (R) arrive for their first press conference at Parliament in Wellington on August 1, 2017. Ardern was elected on August 1 as the Labour Party's new leader after Andrew Little stepped down just weeks before a general election, citing "disappointing" opinion polls. AFP / Marty MELVILLE

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Daily Star on August 03, 2017, on page 11.




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