Kaipātiki Local Board

The Kaipātiki Local Board is one of 21 local boards in Auckland. The local board makes a plan for your area and decides on local issues, activities and facilities. It also oversees council services and facilities in your area, including libraries and parks. The local board is made up of eight members. This is a first past the post (FPP) election, so you vote by ticking the name of your preferred candidate on your ballot paper. Compare the candidates and their policies to decide who to vote for in the Kaipātiki Local Board election.

Lleuarne Panoho

Labour

Lleuarne Panoho

Labour

Why I'm standing

I believe that our local board should reflect the community that it represents. My mother is Pākehā and my father is Māori and I have been privileged to have been raised in both worlds. I know the importance of making investments that benefit our entire community. I love sharing my energy. I love connecting with people. I love our community. I want to help make it even better.

My priorities
  1. Physical and mental well-being of our youth and tamariki.
  2. Diversity and inclusion amongst our entire community.
  3. Support the build of the Uruamo marae.
About me

I was born and raised in Beach Haven where I still reside with my partner Glen and our three tamariki who are following in our footsteps going through our local schools. I am a dance teacher funded to go into our local schools to dance with our local tamariki. I have built strong relationships within our community which I believe is the key to making positive changes and moving forward.

Before politics

Dance Teacher and Comm Outreach

Residence

Beach Haven

Age

45

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Why I'm standing

I believe that our local board should reflect the community that it represents. My mother is Pākehā and my father is Māori and I have been privileged to have been raised in both worlds. I know the importance of making investments that benefit our entire community. I love sharing my energy. I love connecting with people. I love our community. I want to help make it even better.

My priorities
  1. Physical and mental well-being of our youth and tamariki.
  2. Diversity and inclusion amongst our entire community.
  3. Support the build of the Uruamo marae.
About me

I was born and raised in Beach Haven where I still reside with my partner Glen and our three tamariki who are following in our footsteps going through our local schools. I am a dance teacher funded to go into our local schools to dance with our local tamariki. I have built strong relationships within our community which I believe is the key to making positive changes and moving forward.

Before politics

Dance Teacher and Comm Outreach

Residence

Beach Haven

Age

45

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