The mayoral hopeful comes in the form of a smartly dressed brunette wearing a duck-egg blue coat, which she wears for the duration of the interview – perhaps wrongly assuming she’ll only be here for 10 minutes.“Sorry I’m late,” she says hurrying into an inner-city Auckland café. “It’s the traffic,” she laments.
She also talks about sorting out our transport and housing issues – but first she would tighten the purse strings.
Leave it to someone with business nous to dish out some much-needed financial discipline – an attribute that sets Crone apart from some of her stiffest competition, namely Labour MP and former party leader Phil Goff.
In a campervan with my girls exploring the beaches around Omaha and Leigh all the way up to Ninety Mile Beach.
Get some exercise – doesn’t matter whether it’s a walk, run or swim.
Rippling: How Social Entrepreneurs Spread Innovation Throughout the World by Beverly Schwartz.
An inclusive society – a principle I believe transcends gender, age, culture and wealth.
Becoming Auckland’s next mayor.
I’m a big believer in lifelong learning… my list includes: psychology, philosophy, international politics/history, coding, design, Mandarin or Cantonese.