Can anyone identify this strange badge?

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On ANZAC Day Jacinda Ardern was wearing some sort of stylised flower, and so was Clarke Gayford. At first I thought that our prime minister was disrespecting our soldiers by not wearing a poppy, but she had a red jacket on and she was indeed wearing a poppy above the white and red badge.

I am perplexed as to what that badge might be, as I suspect it won’t be something for the soldiers.  

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There are plenty more views of the mystery badge, and some interesting body language on show.

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