Prime Minister lays out his priority list for next three months

Fresh from completing the Coalition’s 100-day plan, Prime Minister Christopher Luxon has laid out a new priority list for the next three months.

It contains 36 bullet points to be ticked off by 30 June – a mix of concrete tasks and more ambiguous objectives.

The number one task is to deliver a Budget – closely followed by legislation to deliver tax relief.

A Regional Infrastructure Fund will be set up before June’s end – but the plan does not include a dollar figure.

New Zealand First secured it at $1.2 billion, but over the full three-year term.

A new school Attendance Action Plan would also be launched – with details still to come.

More to come…

According to the news on Radio New Zealand

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