Events around the country marking the first anniversary of the Christchurch mosque attacks has been cancelled amid safety fears over Covid-19. They include the Christchurch National Remembrance Service and events in Auckland and Wellington. Government representative Megan Woods said a major factor in the Christchurch event cancellation was because it was unticketed which would have… Continue reading Christchurch mosque shootings National Recruitment Service cancelled
As the Christchurch shooting tragedy was underway, school students were taking part in climate strikes in Cathedral Square. Among the MPs and city leaders in attendance was Christchurch City Mayor Lianne Dalziel. She had just walked off stage at the event when she was alerted to what was unfolding. “I was shown a phone that… Continue reading Chch attack, one year on: Mayor Lianne Dalziel says ‘disbelief’ has stayed with her
A memorial event should be held every year to remember the 51 people killed during the Christchurch mosque shootings, says one of the city’s imams who survived the attacks. Tens of thousands are expected to attend a national remembrance service in Hagley Park on March 15 on the first anniversary of New Zealand’s worst ever… Continue reading Christchurch imam calls for an annual “WAR” memorial event for March 15 victims
Influenced by Islamist extremists inside her council, she’s spending her personal money to denigrate her city. When the mayors of Christchurch and London met to discuss responses to “the rise of right-wing extremism around the world” in the wake of the Christchurch terror attack, the Christchurch mayor revealed she refused to commit the alleged shooter’s name… Continue reading Christchurch & London mayors meet to discuss “right-wing extremism”.