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  1. Video for Prince's brief visit uplifts Chch community
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    Prince's brief visit uplifts Chch community

    Prince William's New Zealand two-day tour is over but the support he's shown in the wake of the Christchurch mosque shootings has helped uplift a grieving community.

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    Alleged Gallipoli terror plot arrest

    An alleged terrorist planning to attack the Anzac dawn service at Gallipoli has been arrested this morning in Turkey.

  3. Video for 207 killed and 450 injured in Sri Lanka bombings
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    207 killed and 450 injured in Sri Lanka bombings

    Aucklanders paid tribute today to those affected in a vigil held at Aotea Square.

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    18 minutes of terror: Police release Christchurch attack response timeline

    Police have released further details of the immediate police response to the Christchurch terror attacks.  The timeline reveals the speed with which Parliamentary Services contacted police after receiving an email containing the gunman's manifesto.

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    National terror threat level reduced- PM urges vigilance

    New Zealand’s National Terrorism Threat Level has moved from high to medium following review by the Combined Threat Assessment Group (CTAG) Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced today.

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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.

  7. Video for Ōtautahi prepares for national remembrance service
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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.

  8. Video for Facebook ban 'won’t stop white supremacy' - Professor
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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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    More than 500 people receive support following Chch attack

    Over $800,000 from the Victim Support has also been paid directly to victims and their families so far.

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    UPDATE: 21 remain in hospital following Chch attack

    It has been twelve days since the attack and a number of patients remain in critical condition.  Ongoing support for victims and the public is available.

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