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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the government is looking at helping at least two widows - whose families fell outside the special visa category created for the Christchurch shooting victims.
The only correspondence New Zealand spy agencies are prepared to release that references far-right killer Anders Breivik is an invitation to a play about lone-actor violence.
One of the people who helped save lives during the mosque shootings says some national Islamic bodies have not been upfront about money donated for the victims of the attack.
The Christchurch Foundation fund for mosque attack victims has almost doubled to $10 million, with $1.3m raised by the You are Us concerts.
Victim Support has announced it is to hand out the last $2.5 million to the victims of the Christchurch mosque shootings and the families of those who lost their lives. Video
The Royal Commission of Inquiry into the attack on Christchurch mosques is inviting the public to make submissions.
Muhammad Suhail Shahid died after the Al Noor mosque shooting, and his widow hopes her parents can stay to support her and her daughters.
Victim Support will tomorrow tell mosque shooting victims how it plans to hand out the remainder of the millions it has raised for them.
Hundreds of people from the Christchurch suburb of Hillmorton packed into the local high school hall last night for a memorial service for four of their own who died in the mosque shootings.
The Crusaders rugby team brought horses onto the pitch last night for the first time since the Christchurch mosque attacks.
Otago University Students' Association has described a situation where the law faculty set an exam question describing a scenario similar to the Christchurch terror attacks as "insensitive and…
Video - While the shock of the Christchurch terror attacks might be wearing off for some New Zealanders, some of the injured are facing a lifetime of pain and bracing for more rounds of surgery. Audio
Just two weeks before the mosque attacks in Christchurch, the city welcomed its first contingent of refugees since the 2010 earthquake.
A Christchurch business owner sentenced to prison today for distributing the livestream video of the mosque killings compared himself to Nazi Germany's deputy leader Rudolf Hess.
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.