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    Ōtautahi community projects receive $3.7mil injection

    The government has announced a $3.7mil investment for community development in Christchurch.

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    Mental health assessments ordered for accused shooter

    The man accused of murdering 50 people in the Christchurch mosque terror attacks appeared in court this morning.

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    Submissions on gun law reforms heard in Parliament

    Parliament's Finance and Expenditure Committee has heard public submissions on the Arms Amendment Bill, which will fast-track the ban of most types of semi-automatic rifles.  More than 10,000 submissions have been received.

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    "Very disappointed"- Kearney after Warriors huge loss against Manly

    The Warriors have suffered another loss this weekend, losing to the Manly Sea Eagles 46-12 in Christchurch.

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    Crusaders too strong for Hurricanes

    It was a battle between the first and second place on the New Zealand conference ladder overnight in the Super Rugby competition, with the top of the table Crusaders traveling to Wellington to take on the Hurricanes.

  6. Video for A bilingual anthem to unite the nation

    A bilingual anthem to unite the nation

    For the first time ever, the second verse of 'God Defend New Zealand' has been sung in both English and Māori at a major national event. 

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    Warriors and Sea Eagles to wear #TheyAreUs in NRL match

    In tomorrow’s NRL match held in Christchurch, the Vodafone Warriors and Manly Sea eagles will carry the hashtag #TheyAreUs.

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    Ōtautahi prepares for national remembrance service

    Christchurch will be hosting a national remembrance service at Hagley Park today for all New Zealanders to come together as one and pay their respects to those families who were affected by the March 15 terror attack.

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    Facebook ban 'won’t stop white supremacy'- Professor

    Facebook has banned content for white nationalism and separatism following the terror attack in Christchurch. Auckland University Professor Steve Matthewman is pleased about the ban, but thinks it won’t stop white supremacy.

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    Grammy award winner Lorde to perform at Christchurch benefit concert

    Lorde is the latest addition to the star-studded line-up that will perform at the Christchurch benefit concert for the people that were affected in the terrorist attacks this month. The benefit is called You Are Us (Aroha Nui).

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