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Brenton Tarrant has chosen to represent himself at his sentencing next month for the Christchurch mosque killings.Read more from SBS News
National Party leader Todd Muller issues a statement, saying he has reflected on his experience of recent weeks and it is clear to him he is not the best person to be opposition leader.Read more from www.abc.net.au
New Zealand health authorities reveal close contacts of Auckland's first coronavirus cases in more than three months are showing symptoms as the city readjusts to life in lockdown.Read more from www.abc.net.au
New Zealand's election will now be held on 17 October.Read more from SBS News
Survivors and families of the Christchurch mosque attacks are standing up in court to confront the man who killed 51 people, describing the Australian as a "hate-filled low life". WARNING: This story contains graphic details which may disturb some readers.Read more from www.abc.net.au
The Australian gunman has been denied the possibility of ever seeking or gaining his freedom after killing 51 people in last year's attack.Read more from SBS News
The Christchurch gunman joins that list of mass murderers, animated by a hatred of tolerance, equality and multicultural values, who came to believe indiscriminate violence against unarmed civilians was justified, writes Alexander Gillespie.Read more from www.abc.net.au
New Zealand has asked the country's communications security bureau to help market operator NZX Ltd after it crashed for the fourth day in a row on Friday.Read more from www.abc.net.au
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's Labour Party appeared on track for a resounding victory in New Zealand's general election on Saturday, early returns showed, after a campaign dominated by her handling of COVID-19.Read more from U.S.
After a thumping election win, New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Sunday that she would form a government within three weeks but declined to say whether she would rule alone or form a coalition.Read more from U.S.