1 NEWS live updates after 49 people killed in a terrorist attack at two mosques in Christchurch yesterday. Refresh the page for the latest updates.
6:36 pm: The locking has now been eliminated by Hawke's Bay Bay
The police were called around 3.15pm after reporting a hospital threat.
The police say "Having made extensive inquiries into the hospital and surrounding areas, it was decided that there is no threat to hospital staff or to the public."
6:35 pm: Kiwis all races and religions have come together to cry after the attacks today
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religious leaders and mourners are all struggling to understand Christchurch's mosque empathy.
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6:30 pm: John Campbell is talking to survivors and their families in Christ today.
Click here to view his report on the terrible stories.  6:15 pm: A person who never prayed at a mosque says again after a work call to save his life.
6:05 pm: Labor MP David Parker said that semi-automatic weapons were banned by the Prime Minister at the Auckland.
The crowd met the crowd very much.
Shortly after Mr Parker tracked his comment, saying to RadioNZ "he did not intend to go beyond the Prime Minister".
5:50 pm: A somber start to the warriors opening NRL against the Bulbs in Auckland for a minute
The Kiwi team have a great start, and the time is 22-0. that will be the case.
5:40pm: This is just from the police: "The police are responding to a report of a threat at Hawke's Bay Hospital and are working to get the circumstances
"As a precaution, the hospital has been put into a locdown. Jacinda Ardern spoke to 1 NEWS about her visit to Christchurch Hospital stating that she spent time in the intensive care unit and meeting health professionals on the front line
t ] She met some of the family members during this period of time "they were very worried" saying "it was an opportunity to get support and to give them the best of luck from the New Zelaanders.
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Ms Ardern visited the intensive care unit and spoke to family members on her visit.
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5:06 pm: 1 The reporter Donna-Marie Lever says that little the feeling that gunman accused Brenton Tarrant showed
security was tight because of his appearance and police
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4:35 pm: An informal support page Victims just reached $ 1.5 million in donations to those who caught up in the attacks.
4:25 pm: 1 of the mosque attacks Christchurch starting at 5pm and running until 7pm
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4:18 pm: District Health Board:
"Although some people were released with minor injuries last night, we are very low giving ill health for 36 people in Christ's Hospital.
"There are 11 seriously ill people in care in our intensive care unit. In addition, one seriously injured child was transferred to Starship Hospital in Auckland.
" The age of patients is between 2 year and 60 years late. ”
4:15 pm: The Christchurch The City Council has celebrated the Slayer concert at the Horncastle Arena tomorrow night. Following advice from the Police and Christchurch City Council, Vbase has decided to take the Slayer concert to take place at Horncastle to cancel Arena on Sunday 17 March. "
3:50 pm: The guns used in the shooting, which the Government will look at and change gun laws, seem to have changed, says Ms Ardern.
3: 47 pm: The number of deaths from the attacks this afternoon did not increase
The Prime Minister confirmed that 11 people are still in intensive care.
3:40 pm: Ms Ardern made a suggestion on the "rural cops from Lincoln" who first put New Zealand "responding to Christchurch mosque attacks".
Her quick actions exceeded the gunman doing more attacks she says.
3:36 pm: The Prime Minister says that the focus is now, "Ensuring that the burial process of loved ones continues to issue."
3:35 pm: Ms Ardern said: "Many of you will be aware that I had a meeting with community leaders in Christchurch this morning.
" The debate acknowledged that we do not know New Zealand.
"Police security will continue at mosques across New Zealand until we know there is no threat."
3:25 pm Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has to fight the media early on the attacks.
3:10 pm: Australian police say the family of the suspect in the mosque shooting is helping their investigation.
2:55 pm: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and leader Simon Bridges
2:50 pm: Short recap of what we know as which expands day two of the shot rescue:
There are 49 dead people, 41 by mosque Deans Ave, seven at Linwood mosque and one in the hospital.
48 people were taken with guns worn at Christ's Hospital. There is a 4 year old girl in Auckland Starship Hospital.
Everyone was injured with the police working to identify the dead ones.
39 patients are still in hospital, six children, seven have been released. Four people died before reaching
There are eleven people in ICU, two children (two two, 13 others), one woman who was there
was from Pakistan, Syria, Bangladesh , Jordan people inside the mosques, India, Turkey, Afghanistan, Indonesia
2:25 pm: People are coming together across the nation. In Tauranga flowers local mosque gates are being built around.
In Auckland, people are gathering in Aotea Square to promote “love, not hate”
1:45 pm Super Rugby Rugby Ireland-Crusaders game was canceled in Dunedin.
1:40 pm From the arrest, Commissioner Bush said: "That person was not happy to get caught, again I think you saw some of the live video, live
"I can tell you because I was listening to that person was non-compliant."
"Our team, which was well equipped, contacted that person"
1:36 pm No authority knew the accused, Brenton Tarrant, and did not any previous convictions, Commissioner Bush said.
1:29 pm It took 36 minutes from the police from the time of the call to arrest the accused. Police bosses are happy with this response time.
1:26 pm Commissioner Bush says he has no information about additional attacks but there is nothing being taken by the police.
Officials from the various agencies also identified the hard work of staff around the emergency services
1:20 pm Commissioner Bush thanked the religious leaders who gave support.
1: 18pm He says that the priority is the safety of the public with staff employed in Christ and throughout the country to try to keep the community safe. .