"I grieve with the people of the Islamic religion in NZ," she said.

Judith Collins gives condolences after terror attack, calls accused 'filthy coward'

MP Chris Bishop also spoke the of King Cobras bringing flowers and six bags of food to a mosque.

A new rule come into place after the election, removing the role of Prime Minister and giving the President complete ruling power.

Winston Peters to confront Turkish president after threat to send Kiwis home in coffins 'like your grandfathers'

Erdogan said any Australians or New Zealanders who came to Turkey with anti-Muslim sentiments would be sent back in a coffin.

Scott Morrison addressed media after today's tragic events in Christchurch which killed many people at two mosques.

Australian PM demands please explain after Erdogan's inflammatory comments in wake of Christchurch attack

Mr Morrison told Ambassador Korhan Karakoç that he was "very offended".

The Prime Minister spoke to students who lost two classmates in the Christchurch terror attacks.

Cashmere High pupil asks Jacinda Ardern touching question – ‘How am I? Very sad’

The Prime Minister spoke to students who lost two classmates in the Christchurch terror attacks.

Ms Ghahraman is a Muslim and was deeply saddened by the event.

Green MP Golriz Ghahraman says 'racism part of daily life' for NZ's ethnic communities

We owe it to the victims to acknowledge that concerns about white supremacy have been raised "for some time", she told Seven Sharp.

"You will never hear me mention his name, he is a terrorist, he is a criminal, he is an extremist but he will, when I speak, be nameless," she said

Full statement: Jacinda Ardern addresses Parliament on Christchurch terror attack

The Prime Minister said that on a quiet Friday afternoon a man stormed into a place of peaceful worship and took away the lives of 50 people.

A special sitting of Parliament is taking place to honour the victims of the attack.

Simon Bridges speaks of unity after Christchurch mosque attack - 'Today and forever we are all New Zealanders'

The National leader talked of the "unimaginable hurt" the Islamic community in New Zealand is feeling.

Imam Nizam ul haq Thanvi at Parliament

'We let them down' - NZ politicians express shock, sorrow at Christchurch mosque massacres

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern offered the first statement of condolence.

The Sport and Recreation Minister spoke about the possibility of renaming the team.

Crusaders' name change discussions 'a responsible action', says Grant Robertson

The Sport and Recreation Minister spoke about the possibility of renaming the team.

He discusses a potential ban on semi-automatic weapons, intelligence and extreme right-wing activity online.

If Australia gun laws had been adopted in NZ, mosque attacks would've been 'very, very different'

That's according to Australian security expert Dr John Coyne who spoke with TVNZ1's Q+A.

They had been raising concerns publicly about hate speech and Islamophobia before the Christchurch terror attacks.

New Zealand Muslim community had been experiencing 'rising level of vitriol' before Christchurch terror attacks

Islamic Women's Council Anjum Rahman spoke to TVNZ1's Q+A where she called for attitudes to change.

The National Party leader discussed the new political reality in the aftermath of Friday’s terror attack.

'We know that change is required' - Simon Bridges vows to work with Government on tightening gun laws

The National Party leader spoke with TVNZ1's Breakfast today, as New Zealand continues to grapple with the shooting tragedy.

Australian Brenton Tarrant, 28, appeared in a Christchurch court today charged with murder.

'We have to own this' – Andrew Little vows no stone will be left unturned in Christchurch terror attack investigations

The Minister responsible for intelligence agencies GCSB and SIS says a 24/7 operation is underway.

David Tipple revealed Gun City had done business with alleged murderer Brenton Tarrant.

'Our world changed forever' - Winston Peters backs plan to toughen gun laws

Jacinda Ardern yesterday confirmed gun laws will be toughened after the terror attack at Christchurch mosques.

Jacinda Ardern said “we cannot ignore” that there are people who do not hold the values of the majority of New Zealanders.

Racism 'something we're going to have to confront as a nation'

The PM said "we cannot ignore" there are people who do not hold the values of New Zealand.

The Senator has drawn criticism after his comments towards Muslims after the Christchurch shooting.

GoFundMe page raises over $40,000 for internet sensation 'Egg Boy'

This comes after 17-year-old Will Conolly slams egg on Senators head for blaming Muslim immigration for Fridays terror attacks in Christchurch

Jessica Mutch McKay: Covering terror attacks, 'adjusting to a new reality'

1 NEWS' Political Editor on the new and unwelcome experience of reporting on terror attacks at home.

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 14: Senator Pauline Hanson arrives at doors at Parliament House on February 14, 2019 in Canberra, Australia. Allegations of sexual harassment erupted in Parliament on Wednesday evening, with Senator Brian Burston accusing One Nation leader Pauline Hanson of behaving inappropriately when he was a member of the party. Senator Burston's claims came after Hanson accused an unnamed senator of sexually harassing at least six staff, and using taxpayer funds for payouts to keep some of the women silent in parliament on Tuesday. (Photo by Tracey Nearmy/Getty Images)

Pauline Hanson to abstain from vote to censure Fraser Anning over Muslim comments

Senator Anning has been branded a "disgrace" by for blaming the Christchurch mosque massacre on Muslim immigration.

Simon Bridges.

Christchurch terror attacks: Simon Bridges says gun control laws need changing

"The National Party will make sure it's a constructive party in all of this."

Jacinda Ardern gave the latest update from Parliament today.

PM: Australian Senator Anning's comments after Christchurch terrorist attack 'a disgrace'

Jacinda Ardern covered several aspects of the mosque attacks and their aftermath at a news conference late this afternoon.

A man is in police custody after shootings at two mosques in Christchurch today.

Gunman intended to continue Christchurch attack before 'rural cops' made arrest - PM

Jacinda Ardern says a "raft of issues" were on the table in upcoming gun law changes.

It comes after the terrorist attack at two mosques left 49 dead.

Ardern, Bridges unite to support Muslim community in Christchurch

The PM, Opposition leader, Winston Peters and James Shaw met leaders at a Christchurch refugee centre.

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