The first full day of the Labour Party's annual conference kicks off Saturday morning.
Deputy leader Kelvin Davis kicks off proceedings before a number of other speakers, including Finance Minister Grant Robertson, take the podium. Policy, ideas and inspiration will on the agenda.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will also take charge of a young leaders panel.
The conference started Friday evening, with Ms Ardern telling party members they have "so much more to do".
"Thanks for helping put us into Government," she said, before listing the Government's achievements over its first year in office - such as getting KiwiBuild underway, ending charter schools and the oil and gas exploration ban.
"I am incredibly proud of that list, and I'm a little bit exhausted by it as well… There is much more to do to make our economy more sustainable and to better spread prosperity to all."
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The conference, held in Dunedin, wraps up on Sunday after Ms Ardern's keynote speech at the Dunedin Town Hall.