"Thank you for your tears. Thank you for your haka. Thank you for your flowers. Thank you for your love and compassion," Imam Gamal Fouda told the huge crowd.
Ardern urged people to instead “speak the names of those who were lost”.
The New Zealand symbol lit up the iconic landmark as Christchurch continues to mourn the 50 people killed in Friday's attacks.
New Zealand police have asked for the disturbing footage not to be shared.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has signalled a reform to the country’s gun laws in the wake of the mass shootings in Christchurch.
The arrow pierced the phone, causing it to strike the man on the chin, police say.
A Politician Told His Colleagues To "Shut Up" And It Was Actually The Most Mature Thing Anyone Said Or Did
A guy who is not the deputy prime minister announced he was the elected deputy prime minister and then it all kicked off.
Joyce has sparked tensions within his own party with a push for more government support for coal power.
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Michael McCormack was responding to Joyce's claim that the party was "not married" to its coalition partners and should be pushing for more coal-fired power.
Preethi Reddy’s Family Have Released A Statement Expressing Their Grief After Her Body Was Found In A Suitcase
"Prior to this unthinkable event, she had been the happiest I’d ever seen her," Preethi Reddy's sister said.
A classic tale of muffins, millennials and “misunderstanding”.
“At the party room on Tuesday I will not seek to continue as LNP leader. It is time for a new generation of LNP leaders.”
The gunman called a TV station and claimed he was acting on behalf of ISIS.
"It was a very difficult week for a lot of us, and for the city of Manchester, and we tried to win for all the people who have suffered. This trophy is for them.”
Ronald King appeared in court on Thursday accused of murdering his wife. He has been remanded in custody until his next court hearing in March.
The woman was trapped for two hours after the property was flattened.
The incident occurred in Mytholmroyd, West Yorkshire.
The prime minister said the government would look into its spending and try to work out where more needed to be done.