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"If all 3.7 million adults in NZ were scanning there would perhaps be 11 to 22 million scans per day being registered", Professor Nick Wilson says. Data shows it's about 5 percent of that. Audio
The niece of a man who died in the Christchurch terror attack says it's comforting to see the wider community continue to pay their respects.
First Person - The paved path heading to the Linwood mosque no longer resembles the one we treaded on last year when people from around the world gathered to pay respects, Isra'a Emhail writes. Video
A world record holder who trekked all the way from Wellington to Christchurch says he is prepared to sacrifice his body in the name of peace.
The official commemoration of the Christchurch terror attacks is cancelled, but Muslims will be remembering loved ones in their own way.
A man who survived the mosque shooting last year is dedicating his new Indian takeaway store to his friend and mentor Imran Khan, who was killed that day.
Plans for the rebuilding of Linwood Mosque and a new 'tolerance' centre have been accelerated with a major sponsor coming onboard since last year's shootings.
A world record holder for walks across the world is waving a flag of peace all the way from Wellington to Christchurch to mark one year since the mosque shootings.
Glen Innes residents say they feel housing redevelopments are threatening their community, and tell researchers of struggles with homelessness and overcrowding.
Disadvantaged residents in Glen Innes are voicing their struggles in accessing lifesaving healthcare, healthy food, and employment.
Mental health providers helping those affected by the Christchurch mosque attacks are being urged to adopt a model that is inclusive of Islamic beliefs and cultural sensitivities.
Concerns around support services for Muslims affected by the Christchurch massacre are being addressed by a community leader.
A Christchurch couple who had 26 bullets fired at their car are volunteering to help other victims' families, especially the widows who face a difficult period with their iddah.
A 65-year-old who died in the Christchurch mosque attacks had just two days left of his first visit to New Zealand to see his son's family.
The family of one of the victims of the Christchurch terror attacks struggled to get information until they landed in New Zealand, and it was not until five days later they found out the 17-year-old…
At today's National Remembrance Service there were staunch blokes in flannel shirts, mums and babies, school kids in uniform and dreadlocked sandal wearers. All standing together.
Refugees are in a heightened state of anxiety after the Christchurch terror attacks, Mangere refugee centre's mental health service says.
A Christchurch man who knew most of those who died at the Al Noor Mosque says he managed to scrape by unscathed.
An Auckland man who lost his close friend in the Christchurch terror attacks says he's saddened by the incident but feels it has made the community stronger.
The prime minister, alongside Sir David Attenborough, has discussed the challenges of tackling climate change and encouraged world leaders to take on kaitiakitanga.
Māngere Refugee Centre's mental health support service is under pressure as it faces an increase in demand and an expected influx in coming years.
This year's Ramadan has been a chance for one Auckland Muslim community to strengthen local ties after a spate of turmoil.