Accused mosque gunman Brenton Tarrant plans to represent himself in court - raising concerns he could attempt to turn a trial into a platform for his beliefs.
Accused mosque gunman Brenton Tarrant has been warned he's a marked man in prison.
The police officers who dragged an alleged gunman from a car following a shooting at two Christchurch mosques had come straight from a training session on how to deal with armed offenders.
"First up I said 'Nah, it couldn't be'. Then I saw his photo. What he's done, it's not right," Brenton Tarrant's grandmother Marie Fitzgerald told Nine News.
More than $6.3 million has now been donated to the victims of the Christchurch massacre via online fundraising pages.
While the rest of New Zealand is comforting the Muslim community, two women at a railway station were subjected to vile abuse today for wearing hijab.
Days after the inconceivable act of terrorism in Christchurch, details about the victims are still emerging.
The Christchurch community is rallying to support each other in the wake of the tragedy that killed 50 people.
A man has been arrested in Britain for posting support for the man accused of the Christchurch terrorist attacks.
While four people were arrested in relation to Christchurch's mosque massacres, only one man, Brenton Tarrant, has been charged with murder.
Gamal Fouda was about five minutes into delivering his sermon from his elevated pulpit to 200 worshippers when some of them started jumping and shouting after what sounded like three gunshots.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is seeking advice on any possible deportation of the man accused of the mosque shootings.
When the gunman advanced toward the mosque, killing those in his path, Abdul Aziz didn't hide. Instead, he picked up the first thing he could find, a eftpos machine, and ran outside screaming "Come...
More than $3.5 million in donations has poured in to help the victims of the Christchurch massacre.
Comment: New Zealand is at half-mast: half-ashamed of itself, half-mad with grief – there's a lot of halves going on, a lot of unfinished, unresolved feelings of rage and blame and anguish.
A little girl shot in the Christchurch mosque attacks and flown to hospital in Auckland is the daughter of a Jordanian barber, who was also gunned down beside her.
A father has spoken through tears of his "brave little soldier," a 14-year-old boy who died at the Al Noor Mosque.
Two Blackcaps stars are not travelling to Dunedin to take part in tomorrow's match between Auckland and Otago over yesterday's terror attack and Canterbury has withdrawn from its match.
A 28-year-old man has appeared in court this morning charged with murder after yesterday’s Christchurch mosque shootings. His address was listed as Andersons Bay Dunedin.
A survivor of the Al Noor Mosque shooting has described how he ran for his life as the bullets flew.