Three years on the energy and optimism remain, all three hope their youth is an asset, reminding us why people enter politics in the first place.
The programme is available in 11 regions and is expected to expand to the remaining nine by the end of the year.
The Prime Minister is expected to make an announcement about the Healthy Homes Initiative.
The Minister for Internal Affairs, Jan Tinetti, says the company needs to do what's right by consumers.
But Jacinda Ardern said that any decisions on changing voting systems needed to be made in consultation with local government.
Seven-term Carterton district councillor Jill Greathead is one of six candidates carrying the Refreshing Local Democracy affiliation into the 8 October election.
An activist said his group launched about eight balloons when police officers arrived and stopped them from sending the rest.
Warwick Lampp believes there is a place for some centralisation of the rules and processes around voting for councils.
The rugby league icon said "guts" were needed to change the law.
The outgoing Auckland mayor also reflected on his time in politics.
A statement read by a junta spokesman said Capt. Ibrahim Traore is the new military leader of Burkina Faso, a volatile West African country that is battling a mounting Islamic insurgency.
The cap - previously $150,000 - is now $300,000.
Originally, Jacinda Ardern was meant to wear heels with the garment, but a last-minute decision was made to have her wear no shoes instead.
Today's ban is the first since single-use plastic bags were banned in 2019.
The Government is signalling that it will impose more sanctions in response to Putin's "blatant breach of international law".
The Prime Minister wore a specially-commissioned piece, Digitally Grown, by New Zealand-born industrial designer and 3D artist Dylan Mulder.
The Department of Internal Affairs revealed it held two documents that "are letters between AWS and the Prime Minister, sent on 3 September, 2021 and 11 July, 2022".
Michael Wood said the move is in response to the Whakaari/White Island eruption in December 2019.
Twenty candidates for Māori and general wards, community boards and council committees discussed how to make Eurocentric councils more whānau-centric.
"There is this group of vulnerable people, they struggle to just to have some rights," Mustafa Derbashi of the Asylum Seeker Support Trust said.