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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says it is expected that all the bodies of victims of the two Christchurch mosque attacks will be returned to families by Wednesday. Video
A refugee group has confirmed two Syrians are among the dead in Christchurch.
The attacks on mosques in Christchurch have left 50 people dead, and another 50 injured.
Opinion - The Islamic Women's Council of New Zealand has repeatedly and unsuccessfully lobbied Labour and National governments to stem rising levels of discrimination and the alt-right, writes Anjum…
Gun safety experts expect swift clampdowns on gun ownership after Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern pledged to change the country's near 30-year-old gun laws.
A member of Christchurch's Muslim community says he feels lost and devastated by the death of his friend.
Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) New Zealand has confirmed the death of colleague, Areeb Ahmed, who was killed in the Mosque attack in Christchurch.
If Brenton Tarrant is not charged under the Terrorism Suppression Act, it is hard to see when it would ever be used, a legal expert says.
There has been a rush on gun shops, with people "panic buying", in the wake of the Christchurch terror attack and in anticipation of the government tightening gun laws.
Police Commissioner Mike Bush said the death toll from the Christchurch mosque shootings is now 50, with a further 50 injured. Video
Analysis - New Zealand has led the world before and has to again in the wake of the Christchurch terror attacks, writes Emma Beals.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern spent the day yesterday offering comfort to the grieving relatives of the 49 people killed, and reassurance to the shellshocked city of Christchurch. Video
Gaming platform Steam has been taking down accounts paying tribute to the man accused of the attacks on the Christchurch mosques yesterday that left 49 dead.
A young man has been arrested for egging Queensland senator Fraser Anning during a political meeting in Melbourne's south.
Brenton Tarrant worked in gym in Australia, made money from a cryptocurrency and helped train kids for free.
Murder accused Brenton Tarrant held a standard firearms licence that allowed him to own limited-capacity automatic weapons, even after a background check into whether he was a "fit and proper" person.
Thousands of people packed into Auckland's Aotea Square today for a vigil to mark the Christchurch terror attack.
Tonight's Super Rugby match between the Crusaders and the Highlanders in Dunedin has been cancelled.
Security analyst Paul Buchanan - who has seen the manifesto of the alleged Christchurch shooter - says it is very clear that he was a "white supremacist" who might be part of cell, rather than working… Audio