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  •   Home > News > Politics

    The Government's nearing its 100-day plan deadline

    The Government's nearing its 100-day plan deadline


    After being elected last October, the Government set itself 49 points to complete in its first 100 days.

    Political commentator Grant Duncan, says the points are largely undoing or changing things the previous Government has done -- so many of the points are complete.

    He says one major item still to tick off, that we could see this week, is the introduction of the proposed law around gang patches and association.

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