1 live update of NEWS after 49 people were killed in a terrorist attack on two mosques in Christchurch yesterday. Refresh the page for the latest updates.
6:36 pm: Lockdown at Hawke's Bay Hospital is now lifted.
The police were called at 3.15 pm after the report of a hospital threat.
The police said "Following the extensive inquiry at the hospital and the surrounding areas, it was determined that no hospital or public staff was threatened."
6:35 pm: All kills all the races and religions together to weep after the attacks today.
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All religious leaders and struggles are fighting to understand the massacre of the Christchurch mosque.
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6:30 pm: John Campbell is talking to survivors and their families in Christchurch today.
Click here to watch her report on fun stories.  6:15 pm: A scared teenager says he will never pray in a mosque again after a job call can save his life.
6:05 pm: Labor MP David Parker said in Auckland's vigil that the Prime Minister announced was a ban on semi-automatic weapons.
It was met by loud cheers and cheers from the crowd. in his comment, telling RadioNZ that "he does not mean more than the Prime Minister."
5:50 pm: A sad introduction to the opening of the Warriors NRL game against the Bulldogs in Auckland with minute silence is being examined.
The Kiwi team became a good start, leading 22-0 in half an hour
5: 40pm: It was from the police: " the police responded to a report of a threat to Hawke's Bay Hospital and working to determine the circumstances.
"As a precaution, the hospital was placed in lockdown. "
5:30 pm: Jacinda Ardern talked to 1 NEWS about her visit to Christchurch Hospital that she had spent time in the intensive care unit and meeting professionals front-line response health.
He met some family members at this time "incredible time for them" saying "really a chance for support and give them good wishes from all New Zelaanders. "
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Ms Ardern visited the intensive care unit and spoke to family members on her visit.
Donna-Marie Lever said the gunman Brenton Tarrant accused of "showing very little emotion" during his court ruling today.
Security is understood to be tight for its appearance and police
5:00 pm: Click here to watch a special two-hour news bulletin on the attack Christchurch mosque.
4:35 pm: A Victim Support The hit page only reached an amazing $ 1.5 million in donations for those caught in attack.
4:25 pm: 1 NEWS The Christchurch mosque attacks from 5:00 and runs until 7:00 pm.
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4:18 pm: Latest update from Canterbury District Health Board:
"While some people with minor injuries were released last night, we were staring in the care of 36 people at Christchurch Hospital.
"There are 11 people who are ill who are looking forward to our intensive care unit. In addition, a critical kid has been transferred to the Starship Hospital in Auckland.
"Patients are aged from 2 years until late 60s."
4:15 pm: Christchurch The City Council has announced the concert at Slayer at the Horncastle Arena tomorrow night is canceled.
Following the advice from the Police and City Council of Christchurch, Vbase made the decision to cancel the Slayer concert that took place at the Horncastle Arena on Sunday March 17. "
3:50 pm: The guns used in the shooting are apparently altered, which the Government sees to meet the change of gun laws, says Ms Ardern.
3:47 pm: The number of deaths from attacks has not survived this afternoon.
Prime Minister confirmed with 11 people in intensive care
3:40 pm: Ms Ardern has praised the "rural cops from Lincoln" to "put before
3:36 pm: The Prime Minister says the focus is now, "attacking the table in Christchurch. Ensuring the funeral process of loved ones follows the practice. "
3:35 pm: Ms Ardern said:" Many of you will know that this morning I met community leaders in Christchurch.
"The discussion acknowledged that it was not New Zealand one of us knew.
" Security from the police will continue in mosques throughout New Zealand until we know there is no threat. " 3:25 pm: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is due to meet the media shortly after the attack.
3:10 pm: The Australian police are said that the suspect's family at the mosque shootings assisted their investigation
2:55 pm: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and leader of the National Simon Bridges Party have you
2: 50 pm: A short look at what we know as the day of two of the shooting after the opening:
There are 49 people dead, 41 at the Deans Ave mosque, seven in the Linwood mosque and one in hospital.
There were 48 people admitted with guns worn mot in Christchurch Hospital. A 4 year old girl is in Auckland's Starship Hospital. Two people in a critical situation.
All injured people have been identified with policemen working on identifying the dead.
There were 39 patients still in the hospital, six children, seven were released. Four people died before coming
Eleven people are in ICU, two are children (one is two, one is 13), one is female.
People in mosques are from Pakistan, Syria, Bangladesh, India, Turkey, Afghanistan, Indonesia
2:25 pm: People are united in sadness throughout country. In the flowers of Tauranga are standing around the doors of a local mosque.
In Auckland, people gather in Aotea Square to promote "love, not hate".
1:45 pm The Highlanders-Crusaders Super Rugby match tonight in Dunedin has been canceled.
1:40 pm In arrest, Commissioner Bush said: "That person does not want to be arrested, I'm afraid I've probably seen some of the live video, audio returned to Wellington's command center that concern.
"I can tell you while I'm listening that the person does not follow.
"Our staff, well equipped, engaged in that year and put themselves in real danger to keep the safe community from further harm."
1:36 pm The accused, Brenton Tarrant, is unknown to any authorities and has no previous convictions, said Commissioner Bush.
1:29 pm It took the police 36 minutes from the time of the arrest call to the accused.
1:26 pm Commissioner Bush said he had no intelligence about further attacks but the police did not think anything.
1:24 pm Officials from other agencies also tell the courageous staff work on emergency services.
1:20 pm Commissioner Bush also thanked religious leaders who provided support.
18pm He noted that priority is public safety with staff working in Christchurch and across the country in a bid to keep the public safe.
1:17 pm Mike Bush is now commander of the media in Christchurch.