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“I don’t want to be recognised as ‘the face’ of Muslim women hikers, but I am a face and that helps.”
“My parents are my inspiration... They are strong individuals who left their homes and families, to seek a better life in Aotearoa.”
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New Zealand’s deputy prime minister says she hasn’t “even had time to think about the new role” since her appointment in late January.
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