JACINDA Ardern’s Labour Party won a landslide victory in New Zealand’s general election earlier this week.
Widely seen as a vote of confidence of Ardern’s handling of the Covid-19 crisis, the result makes Labour the first party in decades to govern without coalition support.
James Moules is joined by Redaction Politics‘ reporter and resident-Kiwi Richard Hansen to discuss the result and what it means for New Zealanders.
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