They were united in opposition to hatred and extremism.
Hamilton pharmacist and teacher cook up a storm for Canterbury.
Thousands gather at events around NZ to remember those killed in Christchurch attack.
Artist believes the well-intentioned "This is not NZ" statement is made in ignorance.
Remembrance Service for victims of Christchurch terror attack will be held at 10am Friday.
South Africa's Muslim community has praised PM's "truly heart-warming" words and acts.
A Unity walker since 1990, Pat Magill wonders "if people heard a word" of his message.
"Everyone sang, people joined in from off the street - it was all very overwhelming."
"These were the voices from the frontline of everything we need to heal."
Northland regional heat is next month; Christchurch attacks likely to feature in speeches.
The Whanganui community turned out on Friday night for a peace vigil for Christchurch
Police said that initial concerns were "to do with a tattoo".
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Givealittle campaigns have been launched for each man, both of whom had young families.
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