It's been a year since Jacinda Ardern was appointed Prime Minister of New Zealand.
In that time, the PM has formed a coalition, given birth, met Donald Trump, fired a minister, addressed the UN, hiked fuel taxes, faced numerous strikes and seen her polling soar as the nation's preferred leader.
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But how did her Government's first year in office actually perform?
The Project decided to ask the Prime Minister herself, by playing a little word association game. They gave her a subject and she would say the first word that came into her head.
These are the words - and Ms Ardern's answers.
"Work in progress."