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A national remembrance service will be held on the afternoon of Sunday 15 March 2020 to honour those killed in the Christchurch mosque attacks and to build on the spirit of unity that came out of the tragedy.
Millions of dollars pledged through the Our People, Our City Fund will be used to provide targeted support to the victims of the 15 March mosque shootings.
Hundreds of messages and mementoes left as tributes following the 15 March mosque attacks will be displayed at Christchurch Art Gallery on the six-month anniversary of the tragedy.
More than $1 million raised by Jewish communities in New Zealand, Australia and America has been gifted through the Christchurch Foundation to the victims of the March mosque attacks.
An advisory group has been set up to help determine how money donated to the Our People, Our City fund in the wake of the mosque shootings should be used.
Hundreds of soft toys left at the Rolleston Avenue tribute wall and outside Masjid Al Noor in the wake of the mosque shootings have been given to young Muslim children in Christchurch as part of Eid celebrations.
Christchurch’s civic leaders are endorsing international efforts to stop social media platforms from being used to spread violent, extremist content.
A 100-metre scroll bearing thousands of good wishes from Australia has been presented to Christchurch in the wake of the mosque attacks.
Global non-profit group Who is Hussain? has paid tribute to Christchurch City Council for the leadership it demonstrated following the 15 March mosque shootings.
The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, has praised Christchurch for the way it has responded to the mosque attacks and spoken of his optimism "for the future of this great city.''
Heavy traffic is expected around the Addington area later today as thousands make their way to the You Are Us – Aroha Nui benefit concert at Christchurch Stadium.