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    Mauao Wharekura welcomes Tauranga to karakia for Ōtautahi

    Te Wharekura o Mauao will hold a karakia for those killed in the Christchurch terror attack.

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    Military style semi-automatics to be banned in NZ

    Legislation to give effect to the ban will be introduced in April. Weapons can be handed in and a buyback scheme will be developed.

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    Rotorua artist raises $10k for Chch shooting victims

    Vendela Patrick's T-shirts have become so popular that they’re being sold for people in Australia to wear at a mass haka in Perth.

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    World reacts to mass haka in support of Chch victims

    People around the world were in tears watching the haka that went live on Facebook.

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    Human chain to protect Friday prayers at Pōneke mosque

    Muslims worshipping at the Kilbirnie Masjid in Wellington this Friday will be shielded by a human chain surrounding the mosque complex during their Jumu’ah (Friday) prayers.

  6. Video for Islam tikanga at forefront of first tūpāpaku buried in Christchurch

    Islam tikanga at forefront of first tūpāpaku buried in Christchurch

    Five of the 50 killed in last Friday's horrendous terrorist attacks have been formally farewelled at Memorial Park Cemetery, Christchurch.

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    Alien Weaponry starts NZ tour, Chch show to go ahead

    The band is set to start the tour tomorrow and the trio has sent out a heartfelt message following the terror attack in Christchurch. 

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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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    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.

  10. 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.

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