New Zealand Herald columnist had accused Gayford of ‘piggybacking’ on the PM’s success

Jacinda Ardern and prominent New Zealanders have defended the prime minister’s partner, Clarke Gayford, after a hostile opinion piece in the New Zealand Herald called him a “hipster salty sea dog” and criticised him for having an “e” in his name.

On Monday, the New Zealand Herald published “Why does Clarke Gayford bug me?”, written by the columnist and business journalist Deborah Hill Cone.

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