Having grown up in Glen Eden with his loving single mother, Joshua left school at the age of 16 to carve a career for himself. After working his way up through jobs, in 2015 he followed his dream and opened up the first of his coffee chain stores.
As a Kiwi who loves his country; as a citizen who knows the magic of soaking in the Waiotapu; and as just another regular guy who believes in upholding the rights of tangata whenua, Joshua will be fighting for our water rights along with TOP, and those rights include stopping overseas business and individuals taking our water for free.
Joshua dedicates his time to caring for those around him and throughout his community and would relish the opportunity to represent those people in government.
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