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It's thought the new Government will start with some of the 'easy wins' in its 100-day plan.
Ministers from our first three-party coalition of National, ACT, and New Zealand First meet for their first Cabinet meeting today.
Prime Minister Chris Luxon says today's meeting will lay out expectations, and at tomorrow's meeting they'll discuss items like agreeing to a plan.
Former Senior Ministerial Adviser to National, Brigitte Morten, told Tim Dower that there's only about nine sitting days left for the year, so they'll move quickly.
She believes they'll be looking to introduce legislation to get rid of Fair Pay Agreements, and repeal Three Waters and RMA.
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