Christchurch Terrorist would have gone broke in August 2019

Christchurch Terrorist would have gone broke in August 2019

The Christchurch Terrorist (Brenton Tarrant), who shot and killed 51 and injured 40 on March 15 2019 at the Al Noor Mosque in the suburb of Riccarton, continuing at Linwood’s Islamic Centre would have gone broke in August of 2019. A to-do list was revealed including a planning document for his...

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Ponsonby Intermediate School engulfed in flames, Auckland

Ponsonby Intermediate School engulfed in flames, Auckland

Flames engulfed Ponsonby Intermediate School during the afternoon in Auckland. The large fire, which started in a computer room, broke out at around 4:30 pm on Tuesday. Emergency services rushed to the scene, including Police. Fire and Emergency sent eight trucks to put the fire out as quickly as possible,...

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Judith Collins: ‘Royal Commission must lead to meaningful change’

Judith Collins: ‘Royal Commission must lead to meaningful change’

National Leader Judith Collins has released her idea of the Royal Commission in regards to the Christchurch Terrorist attack that happened on March 15 of 2019. 51 were shot killed by a gunman, and 40 were injured at the Al Noor Mosque in the suburb of Riccarton at about 1:40...

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Christchurch Terrorist attack: NZ YouTube and Social Media may acquire new content censorships

Christchurch Terrorist attack: NZ YouTube and Social Media may acquire new content censorships

PM Ardern had announced to the nation of New Zealand that the Royal Commission’s Inquiry into the March 15 Christchurch terror attacks could pose new YouTube and social media censorship. A statement by the PM reads: “Before concluding, I want to remark briefly on the role of social media. You...

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Anti-terrorism and hate speech laws to be ‘stronger’ since Christchurch Terrorist attack – NZ Govt

Anti-terrorism and hate speech laws to be ‘stronger’ since Christchurch Terrorist attack – NZ Govt

The New Zealand Government has agreed to implement all 44 recommendations contained in response to the Royal Commission’s Inquiry into the March 15 Christchurch terror attacks. The Royal Commission was set up to investigate what specific state-agencies knew about the terrorist activities leading up to the attack. It also was set...

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6 new cases of COVID-19 reported in managed isolation

6 new cases of COVID-19 reported in managed isolation

There are 6 new cases of COVID-19 to report today in managed isolation. There are no new cases reported in the community. The first case arrived on December 3 from the United Arab Emirates via Australia. They tested positive for COVID-19 at routine day 3 testing and have been transferred...

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Aliens exist according to Former head of Israel’s space programme

Aliens exist according to Former head of Israel’s space programme

According to the Former head of Israel's space programme Haim Eshed, aliens exist and have reached agreements with the US government to keep quiet about experiments they conduct on Earth. Eshed says that there is a secret base on Mars, and until humankind is ready to accept them, they will...

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Police asking public to help locate missing Torbay man, Auckland

Police asking public to help locate missing Torbay man, Auckland

Police are asking the public to help located missing man Athol Charlton, who is also known as Rob.  The man went missing from his home on Torbay. Athol Charlton, aged 58, left his home in Torbay at around 9:45 pm on Sunday, he has not returned since. Reports indicate that...

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Christchurch Terrorist shot himself months before March 15 attack

Christchurch Terrorist shot himself months before March 15 attack

Stuff reported that the Christchurch Terrorist had accidentally shot himself months before his attack at the Masjid An-Nur (Al Noor mosque) and the Linwood Islamic Centre on March 15, 2019. The man responsible for the Christchurch attack had discharged his gun while cleaning or holding it at his Dunedin home,...

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A mystery illness has hospitalised 300 people in Andhra Pradesh, India

A mystery illness has hospitalised 300 people in Andhra Pradesh, India

A mystery illness is under investigation by health officials in India after many hundreds of people have been hospitalised over the weekend. The illness was first noticed on Saturday. Patients who experience this illness have symptoms of nausea, vomiting and some who have suffered seizures. Burning eyes was another symptom....

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