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A Muslim leader wants police to get special training in how to respond to hate crime. Video, Audio
First Person - The man charged with the Christchurch mosque attacks pleaded not guilty today. RNZ's Katie Todd was outside the court with victim's families and survivors. Video
A 33-year-old man has been arrested and charged with disorderly behaviour after a scuffle outside Christchurch's Justice Precinct this morning.
The man accused of the Christchurch mosque attacks is now appearing in court.
Insight - Have NZ's security agencies been unfair in their use of their powers? In this two-part investigation, Phil Pennington asks if the agencies have been monitoring the right people. Audio
The hotel read about how Yama Nabi was struggling to cope with blood at his job at the meatworks following the mosque attacks, and decided to donate to the butcher.
Opinion - The government has moved with unprecedented speed and thoughtfulness after the Christchurch terror attacks, taking three key steps, writes Alexander Gillespie
An advocate for the victims of the mosque shootings says not enough of the Victim Support money is getting to those who need it most.
Opinion - With Facebook's announcement today that they will ban users from their live streaming services if they "violate our most serious policies", we are seeing the corporate start to take…
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May will call for governments and technology companies to work together to prevent terrorist material being shared online.
The Royal Commission into the Christchurch terror attack begins work today.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has paid tribute to the unity displayed in New Zealand following the Christchurch mosque shootings.
A plan for distributing the remainder of the money donated to mosque shooting victims' families will be announced this week, the Prime Minister says.
A Pakistani man who died trying to tackle the gunman during the Christchurch mosque attack has been honoured with Pakistan's highest civilian award for bravery.
Muslim volunteers are hand-delivering gifts to Christchurch groups and organisations that helped in the wake of the mosque attacks.
Haroon Mahmood was due to graduate when he was killed at the Al Noor mosque. Today, his family accepted his doctorate on his behalf.
Media coverage of the court case for the man accused of the Christchurch mosque attacks will avoid promoting white supremacist ideology, RNZ and other major New Zealand news organisations say.
A Palmerston North church is considering introducing security measures after it and another church were targeted with anti-Muslim propaganda.
Police have launched an investigation into how the names of people on a watchlist drawn up after the Christchurch terror attack were leaked to the media.
Muslim leaders are working with police to increase security measures at mosques during Ramadan next month.