The Prime Minister will visit one of the most remote parts of New Zealand today - the Chatham Islands.
About 600 people live on the islands, which are 800 kilometres east of Christchurch.
It's John Key's first visit to the Chatham Islands and over the next two days he'll see as much of them as he can.
He'll be welcomed on to a marae this afternoon and meet with locals.
The island is mostly powered by two wind turbines, and the Prime Minister will visit those tomorrow, where he'll make an announcement.
Ministers Chris Finlayson, David Carter and Tariana Turia are accompanying Mr Key on the visit.
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