Chris Bishop has lost his role as Shadow Leader of the House following a portfolio reshuffle by National Party leader Judith Collins.
Michael Woodhouse has replaced Bishop, allowing him to focus solely on his "critical role" as National spokesperson for the Covid-19 response, Collins said.
Simeon Brown has been appointed Deputy Shadow Leader of the House. Barbara Kruiger is now the Agriculture spokesperson, while David Bennett is now on Transport.
Harete Hipango is the new spokesperson for Children, Oranga Tamariki, Whānau Ora, Māori Development and Māori Tourism.
Louise Upston has been announced as spokesperson for Regional Economic Development, with Christopher Luxon taking on her Land Information New Zealand portfolio.
Luxon also picked up Research, Science and Manufacturing, in addition to his Local Government and Associate Transport roles.
Nicola Grigg and Simon O'Connor, both acting spokespeople in the Trade and Export Growth and Internal Affairs portfolios respectively, have been appointed permanently.
"This week, I've met with members of caucus via Zoom to discuss with them how they can best contribute to the National Party team," Collins said.
"I'm confident this refreshed team will do an outstanding job of holding the government to account and demonstrating our vision for a better New Zealand.