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4 days ago

Christchurch mosque shooting tributes: our nation is united in grief

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

We asked Stuff readers to share messages of support for those affected by the terror attack in Christchurch on March 15.

Your response was resounding, heartfelt and determined: hate has no place in our country.

You can read some of the many beautiful tributes we have received so far by clicking … View more
We asked Stuff readers to share messages of support for those affected by the terror attack in Christchurch on March 15.

Your response was resounding, heartfelt and determined: hate has no place in our country.

You can read some of the many beautiful tributes we have received so far by clicking the link below. If you'd like to share your condolences leave a comment here or email stuffnation@stuff.co.nz.

stuff.co.nz/national/111345593/christchurch-mosque-shooting-tributes-our-nation-is-united-in-grief

5 hours ago

Public vigil and 'march for love' all set for Christchurch this weekend

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

Three teenagers are planning a march in Christchurch this weekend to "spread love" in the city after Friday's tragic shootings.

St Andrew's College students Ella Clearwater, Marshall Setu and Manaia Butler, all 16, are organising the March for Love event on Saturday at North … View more
Three teenagers are planning a march in Christchurch this weekend to "spread love" in the city after Friday's tragic shootings.

St Andrew's College students Ella Clearwater, Marshall Setu and Manaia Butler, all 16, are organising the March for Love event on Saturday at North Hagley Park.

Rolleston Ave would close so the group could march from North Hagley Park to the flowers outside the botanic gardens. The march will start at 10am.

Scott Esdaile is organising another event called Remember Those Who Lost Their Lives 15-3-19 on Sunday from 5pm to 7pm, also at North Hagley Park.

The event was originally planned for Tuesday in Cathedral Square but it was postponed until Thursday, then again until Saturday, out of respect for the Muslim community.

stuff.co.nz/national/christchurch-shooting/111411022/public-vigil-and-march-for-love-all-set-for-christchurch-this-weekend

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1 day ago

Supporting our Christchurch victims

The Warehouse New Zealand

Donate today to the Christchurch Victims Fund. All money raised will help meet our victim’s needs, including support and financial assistance. We thank-you for your contribution, every little bit helps. Donate now

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1 day ago

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2 days ago

A message to our Canterbury members...

The Team from ACC New Zealand

Do you know someone that was injured in the terror attack in Christchurch last Friday?

We want to hear from anyone who was injured, or is a family member of someone who was injured or killed, so we can organise and explain the support we can provide.

Please help us share the contact details … View more
Do you know someone that was injured in the terror attack in Christchurch last Friday?

We want to hear from anyone who was injured, or is a family member of someone who was injured or killed, so we can organise and explain the support we can provide.

Please help us share the contact details and information links below.

📞 Phone us on 0800 080 273 (or International +64 78598678)

📧 Email us at christchurchresponse@acc.co.nz

🚩 Visit us at the ACC Christchurch branch, located at The BNZ Centre, Level 2, 101-111 Cashel St, Christchurch. We are open 8.30am – 5pm, Monday to Friday.

🌐 For more information on the support that’s available to you click here.

Christchurch Victims Organising Committee
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