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Māori Development Minister Nanaia Mahuta has been recognised in the BCC 100 Women 2018 list of inspiring and influential women around the world.

Nanaia who?

[…] Mahuta was the only Kiwi to make the cut.

“Nanaia has served in the New Zealand parliament for 22 years and was the first female parliamentarian to wear a Māori face tattoo,” the BBC said. 

Former Australian prime minister Julia Gillard was also recognised on the list, but New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and former prime minister Helen Clark were not.


It must be time for Jacinda to get a facial tattoo and sit in parliament for two decades achieving nothing as that seems to be all it takes to “make the cut.”

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