Peppercat: the collaborative World Leaders list

New Zealand

Monarch
Elizabeth II
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  • female
  • born 1926-04-21
  • in office since 1952-02-06
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Governor-General
Cindy Kiro
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  • female
  • born 1958
  • in office since 2021-10-21
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Prime Minister
Minister of National Security and Intelligence
Jacinda Ardern
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  • female
  • born 1980-07-26
  • in office since 2017-10-26
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Deputy Prime Minister
Minister of Finance
Minister of Infrastructure
Minister for Sport and Recreation
Grant Robertson
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  • male
  • born 1971-10-30
  • in office since 2020-11-06
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Minister for ACC
Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage
Minister for Social Development
Carmel Sepuloni
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  • female
  • born 1977
  • in office since 2020-07-22
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Minister of Agriculture
Minister for Biosecurity
Minister for Land Information
Minister for Rural Communities
Minister for Trade and Export Growth
Damien O'Connor
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  • male
  • born 1958-01-16
  • in office since 2017-10-26
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Minister of Broadcasting, Communications and Digital Media
Minister for Māori Development
Willie Jackson
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  • male
  • born 1961
  • in office since 2022-06-14
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Minister for Building and Construction
Minister of Energy and Resources
Minister for Housing
Megan Woods
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  • female
  • born 1973-11-04
  • in office since 2022-06-14
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Minister for COVID-19 Response
Minister for Research, Science and Innovation
Minister for Seniors
Ayesha Verrall
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  • female
  • born 1979
  • in office since 2022-06-14
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Minister for Children
Minister of Corrections
Minister for Māori Crown Relations: Te Arawhiti
Kelvin Davis
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  • male
  • born 1967-03-02
  • in office since 2020-11-06
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Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs
Minister for the Digital Economy and Communications
Minister of State Owned Enterprises
Minister of Statistics
David Clark
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  • male
  • born 1973-01-05
  • in office since 2020-11-06
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Minister for the Community and Voluntary Sector
Minister for Diversity, Inclusion and Ethnic Communities
Minister for Youth
Priyanca Radhakrishnan
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  • female
  • born 1979
  • in office since 2022-06-14
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Minister of Conservation
Minister for Disability Issues
Poto Williams
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  • female
  • born 1962-01-07
  • in office since 2022-06-14
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Minister of Defence
Minister for Whānau Ora
Peeni Henare
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  • male
  • born 1980
  • in office since 2020-11-06
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Minister for Economic and Regional Development
Minister of Forestry
Minister for Small Business
Minister of Tourism
Stuart Nash
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  • male
  • born 1967-08
  • in office since 2020-11-06
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Minister of Education
Minister of Police
Minister for the Public Service
Chris Hipkins
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  • male
  • born 1978-09-05
  • in office since 2017-10-26
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Minister for the Environment
Minister of Fisheries
Minister of Revenue
Attorney General
David Parker
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  • male
  • born 1960
  • in office since 2017-10-26
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Minister of Foreign Affairs
Minister of Local Government
Nanaia Mahuta
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  • female
  • born 1970-08-21
  • in office since 2020-11-06
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Minister of Health
Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations
Minister Responsible for the GCSB
Minister Responsible for the NZSIS
Andrew Little
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  • male
  • born 1965-05-07
  • in office since 2020-11-06
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Minister of Immigration
Minister of Transport
Minister for Workplace Relations and Safety
Michael Wood
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  • male
  • born 1980-05-10
  • in office since 2022-06-14
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Minister of Internal Affairs
Minister for Women
Jan Tinetti
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  • female
  • born 1968
  • in office since 2020-11-06
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Minister of Justice
Kiri Allan
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  • female
  • born 1984
  • in office since 2022-06-14
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Speaker of the House of Representatives
Trevor Mallard
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  • male
  • born 1954-06-17
  • in office since 2017-11-07
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Solicitor General
Una Jagose
  • female
  • in office since 2016-02
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Chief Justice
Helen Winkelmann
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  • female
  • born 1962
  • in office since 2019-03-14
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Chief of Defence Force
Kevin Short
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  • male
  • in office since 2018-07-01
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Governor of the Reserve Bank
Adrian Orr
  • male
  • in office since 2018-03-27
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Prime Minister of the Cook Islands
Henry Puna
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  • male
  • born 1949-07-29
  • in office since 2010-11-30
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Premier of Niue
Dalton Tagelagi
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  • male
  • born 1968-06-05
  • in office since 2020-06-11
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Administrator of Tokelau
Ross Ardern
  • male
  • born 1954
  • in office since 2018-05
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This list is checked daily against https://dpmc.govt.nz/ and several other sources. The last change was on June 14, 2022. If something seems wrong, or you think we should include another key position here, please let us know.