In just four days, the National Party has elected a new leader, had two major resignations, a caucus reshuffle and announced a colossal infrastructure plan.
The sudden resignation of Todd Muller on Tuesday morning led to the ascendancy of Judith Collins later in the evening. It was her third attempt at becoming leader and she quickly made her mark, dumping Michael Woodhouse from the health portfolio and making several big changes to the roles her MPs hold.
High-profile MPs Nikki Kaye and Amy Adams announced they would retire from politics at the election, but insist that's not a sign they have no confidence Collins can take National to power.
Friday saw a $31 billion infrastructure announcement from National, with the party wanting a second Auckland harbour crossing and four-lane expressways connecting Whangarei, Auckland, Hamilton and Tauranga among other projects to "smash" congestion.
Considering recent polling, Collins is facing an uphill battle with the election two months away. Despite the new leader saying her party was united, there have been leaks to Newshub. The precise costings of parts of the infrastructure plan have also come under scrutiny.
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