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    Maimoa support Ōtautahi with national anthem

    Māori musicians are supporting Ōtautahi on social media, "Manaakitia mai, Aotearoa! We stand with you our Muslim brothers and sisters! As-salāmu ʿalaykum"

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    Father and son, first mosque shooting victims laid to rest

    Father and son Khaled and Hamza Mustafa have been laid to rest this afternoon in Christchurch, surrounded by more than 200 mourners including whānau and members of the Muslim faith. 

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    PM asks school students to ‘honour those lost, not the one responsible’

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was welcomed by pōhiri to Cashmere High School on Wednesday morning, where many have lost schoolmates and loved ones in Friday’s mosque shootings.

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    First five victims' names released, including 3-y-o

    According to Islamic funeral rites, the body of a deceased must be buried the day following their death.  Today marks five days since the Christchurch attack and only six out of 50 who were killed by the Christchurch terrorist attack have been returned to their families.

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    29 people remain in hospital following CHCH shootings

    The 29 people who were injured in the mosque attacks remain in Christchurch Hospital. 

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    Bush praises "fantastic" response time from officers, AOS

    Police Commissioner Mike Bush has revealed that first responders arrived at the Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch last Friday within just 5 minutes and 39 seconds. 

  7. Video for Pig hunter supports semi-automatic weapons ban

    Pig hunter supports semi-automatic weapons ban

    Rawiri Kawe of Ngāti Maniapoto says semi-automatic weapons are not needed when hunting and should be banned following the terror attack in Christchurch.

  8. Video for Aroha for suffering immediate priority - Wally Haumaha

    Aroha for suffering immediate priority- Wally Haumaha

    Deputy police commissioner Wally Haumaha is encouraging people to focus on supporting the grieving and injured as their immediate priority. He says this process is heavy enough without shifting the focus away too soon to issues like gun control which although important will follow in their proper time.

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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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