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The person police recorded as being allegedly murdered by the Christchurch terror attack shooter is not dead.
Aya Al-Umari recalls her brother Hussein as he was in life - arms wide open, wrapping her in a hug.
Floral tributes and signs are building up outside the shop of Abdul Aziz, who threw an eftpos machine at the Christchurch mosque attacker on Friday.
Jeremy Rose joins us for our midweek look at who's doing what in the media. Audio
New Zealand Blood Service says the number of appointments to donate blood has doubled since the Christchurch terror attacks, and it's incredible to see New Zealanders rallying together. Audio
United States President Donald Trump says the "fake news media" is unfairly trying to blame him for that Christchurch shootings that killed at least 50 Muslim worshippers.
NZ companies are considering pulling ads on social media giants, churches are opening their doors for muslims to pray and some people are voluntarily handing in their semi-automatic firearms.
Thirty people are still in hospital and nine are in intensive care, the Canterbury DHB has confirmed. Video
Gun City seems to have removed certain types of semi-automatic rifles from its online store.
New Zealand's gun laws are back in the spotlight after Friday's terror attack, and date back to the days of cutlasses and pikes.
Gun owners have been handing in their semi-automatic firearms to be destroyed, following Friday's terror attack. Audio
Emergency workers who went to the mosque shootings say they'll never forget the scene of hatred and horror that confronted them.
Stacey Dixon is a New Zealand who lives in Norway where she plays obeo in the Stavanger Symfoniorkester, which is about 250 kilometres south west of Oslo. Audio
Peter Newport of Crux Website, local news site for Queenstown, Wanaka and Central Otago. Audio
Saifuden Abu of the Ad-Deen Mosque and Islamic Centre in Taihape joins us from Christchurch, where he's gone to help with the preparial of the 50 victims for burial. Audio
Police Commissioner Mike Bush says the criminal investigation into the terror attacks is the largest one ever ever undertaken by NZ police. Watch his latest press conference here.
A former Australian politician who was involved in sweeping gun law reforms after a 1996 massacre says the NRA in the US tried to influence those reforms and it may try to do the same here. Audio
Victim Support is defending its crowd-funding campaign set up for those affected by the mosque shootings, saying money will go direct to families.
A new father and grandfather have been identified as two of the deceased victims of the Christchurch terror attacks on Friday.
There is a huge sense of sorrow in India after it was confirmed five Indian nationals died in Friday's mosque attacks in Christchurch, the high commissioner says.