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  •   Home > News > Politics

    Comprehensive, holistic... and ambitious

    Comprehensive, holistic... and ambitious


    That's how National's describing its five-point plan to inject life into the post-Covid economy.

    Political reporter Aaron Dahmen says the party's today outlined the framework - with more announcements set to come as the election nears.

    That overview highlights economic management, infrastructure delivery, re-skilling the workforce, a greener future... and stronger communities.

    Leader Todd Muller says these elements will be fleshed out in a series of major speeches over the next few weeks.

    Muller's also teased that before the end of this month, he'll announce the biggest infrastructure package in our history.

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