Over the past seven days we’ve seen heartbreak, trauma and devastation. We’ve also seen love, unity and incredible strength from New Zealanders. Kia kaha. 🖤❤️ #WeAreOne
“For her 9 month birthday we received the gift of crawling. While her mum got her the gift of having a safer country to grow up in”. A lovely message from Clarke Gayford for him and Jacinda Ardern’s little Neve. 🖤
Mosques in all four corners of Auckland will open their doors tonight for people of all faiths. The NZ Muslim Association says it’s an opportunity for everyone to grieve together.
“Everyone reacts differently in these situations… for some of the kids we may not see signs of trauma until later on.”
“First and foremost we want to ban these weapons, get them out of here… No longer will a Kiwi be able to go into a gun store with a standard licence and buy an assault weapon or a military style semi-automatic.”
Auckland mosques to open their doors for the community to come together and grieve, Muslim Association president says
Ikhlaq Kashari talks to Breakfast about how to be respectful when entering a mosque.
Linwood Ave primary school principal says all his students are back to school a week on from the shootings
Blair Dravitski told Breakfast even though theyre in school, theyre coping in different ways.
BBC correspondent Mark Lowen tells TVNZ1s Breakfast Turkey is safe and threats to Kiwis are very, very unlikely.
Quilters around the world are making heart blocks, which will be put together to make 100 quilts for Chrischurch attack victims and their families. If you'd like to help, head to this link for more information: https://www.facebook.com/AngelsInGumboots/posts/2262385557157129
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