The Royal Commission investigation will look into the shooter's activities, use of social media and international connections, as well as whether there were inappropriate priority settings in counter-terrorism resources.
Australian comedians stand up for Christchurch
14 May 2019
Muslim Comedian Nazeem Hussain, star of "Legally Brown" and "Orange is the New Brown", organised some of the biggest names in Australian comedy to raise money for the victims of the Christchurch massacre. #Christchurch #massacre #NewZealand
Austria finds 'more ties' between Christchurch attacker and Identitarians
New Zealand's prime minister has been rightly applauded for her response to the attacks against Muslims in New Zealand, but that shouldn't obscure the fact that she has helped to empower anti-Muslim bigotry in her rise to power.
The Last Prayer: Surviving Christchurch Terror Attack | TRTWorld Documentary 2019
29 Apr 2019
Stories of survival in the Christchurch mosque massacre, New Zealand's worst terror attack.
One month after the New Zealand terror attacks
16 Apr 2019
It has been a month since terrorist Brenton Tarrant killed 50 people at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. Here is what's happened since. #NewZealandTerroristAttack #Christchurch #NewZealand
Worshippers avoid Christchurch mosques month after attacks
The Muslim community was further shaken this week when a man, wearing a t-shirt with the name of US President Donald Trump, shouted abuse at worshippers at Al Noor Mosque – the site of the March 15 terror incident.
New Zealand passes gun reform laws in wake of Christchurch terror attack
Lawmakers voted on the first substantial changes to New Zealand's gun laws in decades, reforms which will ban the use and circulation of semi-automatics. The bill must now receive royal assent from the governor general to become law.
Is the man behind the New Zealand attacks mentally ill or a terrorist?
8 Apr 2019
Is Australia's ruling coalition fueling racist sentiments through their political campaigns? We dive into the record of the country's recent Coalition prime ministers to find out.
Six appear in New Zealand court for redistributing mosque attack video
Six people appeared in a New Zealand court on Monday, charged for illegally redistributing the livestream video of the terrorist attack on two mosques in Christchurch on March 15.
New Zealand Terror Attack: Court orders mental assessment for accused
5 Apr 2019
The Australian man accused of killing 50 people at two mosque attacks in Christchurch has been ordered to undergo a mental assessment. A New Zealand judge said experts will decide if the 28 year old is insane, or fit to stand trial.
Australia's new social media law penalises violent content
5 Apr 2019
Australia will fine social media and web hosting companies up to 10 percent of their annual global turnover and imprison executives for up to three years if violent content is not removed "expeditiously" under a new law.
Australia threatens social media firms with fines, jail for violent content
The Australian man who carried out the Christchurch mosque attacks in New Zealand will be seen by two health assessors to determine "whether he is fit to stand trial or insane", a High Court judge ruled during a brief hearing in Christchurch.
Rugby - Crusaders to hold independent review of team name, branding
The Crusaders' name and branding has been questioned as to its appropriateness given its potential link to the medieval religious wars between Christians and Muslims, especially in the aftermath of the NZ mosque attacks.
Australian senator censured for blaming Muslim victims of NZ terror attack
Police Minister Stuart Nash said that if lawmakers pass the bill as expected, the new law will take effect April 12, less than a month after the March 15 terror attacks.
Christchurch terror attack: Did New Zealand's intelligence fail to protect Muslims?
1 Apr 2019
In the aftermath of the Christchurch terror attack that killed 50 muslim worshipers, questions linger about whether the government focused too much on surveilling the Muslim community while ignoring the rise of the far right.
New Australian laws could see social media execs jailed over terror images
The tough new legislation will be brought to parliament next week as Canberra pushes for social media companies to prevent their platforms from being "weaponised" by terrorists in the wake of the mosque attacks in New Zealand's Christchurch.