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    Over $6 million raised for Chch tragedy, warnings of online scammers

    More than 75,000 people worldwide have donated. Meanwhile, warnings are in place about fraudulent bank accounts where victims can make donations for the Christchurch tragedy.

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    Māori artist's tribute to Muslim community

    Many local artists have created work in tribute to the lives lost in tragedy that took place in Christchurch last Friday. Among the artworks is a piece created by Akoni Pakinga, a 27-year-old descendant of Te Arawa, Ngai Tahu, Ngati Whakaue that he named Kotahitanga.

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    A Māori Muslim doctor's fight against racism

    Dr. Ebrahim Suleiman of Tūhoe carries his Muslim grandfather's name.  He says it is time Māori reflect on our own racism and attitudes toward minorities.  It is something he experienced himself when he won the Korimako section of the Ngā Manu Kōrero more than a decade ago.

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    Ngāi Tahu to tautoko Muslim families in need

    Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu Chief Operating Officer Julian Wilcox says Ngāi Tahu will support whānau in the Muslim community as they struggle to cope with the impact of the devastating events which unfolded last Friday.

  5. Video for Kaikohe church group dedicates waiata, service for Christchurch
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    Kaikohe church group dedicates waiata, service for Christchurch

    A video has surfaced online of a Kaikohe church group, known as the Smiley Campaign, delivering a powerful message showing their love and support for the whānau in Otautahi with a waiata and a karakia service.

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    Tributes for shooting victims flow from all corners of the world

    Tributes for the victims of last Friday's mosque shootings in Christchurch continue to flow from all corners of the globe. 

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    1.5 million guns in NZ- Maori Council calls for reform in wake of Ōtautahi attack

    The Māori Council has spoken of the need for gun reform and community-driven investment in the wake of the terror attack that devastated Christchurch and left 50 dead on Friday.

  8. Video for Tame Iti sickened by act of terrorism in Christchurch
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    Tame Iti sickened by act of terrorism in Christchurch

    Tame Iti who was arrested under the terrorism suppression act in 2007 has shared his thoughts on the tragedy in Christchurch.

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    18,795 strong crowd witness Warriors win

    In front of a packed crowd of nearly 19,000, whom many scored free tickets to the match to collectively acknowledge those who had been affected by Friday’s devastating acts, the Warriors marked their biggest win in an opening round in the NRL competition, winning by 34 points overall.

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    “You are loved”- Messages to the Muslim community

    Tributes and messages of support continue to flow worldwide as the Muslim community of Aotearoa prepares to farewell the victims of Friday’s terrorist attack in Christchurch.

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