Rappler's latest stories on Christchurch shooting 2019
Survivors and relatives of those killed in the March 15 attacks pack into a Christchurch courtroom as the alleged gunman appeared via audio-visual link from a maximum-security prison in Auckland
(UPDATED) 'It is important that no stone is left unturned to get to how this act of terrorism occurred and how we could have stopped it,' says New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern
The donations came from over 130,000 donors from New Zealand and all over the world
Among the first to enter the Al Noor mosque is massacre survivor Vohra Mohammad Huzef who managed to live only by hiding under bodies
Violence driven by Islamophobia requires 'genuine, comprehensive and systematic measures to address this affliction,' ministers from the Organization of Islamic Cooperation say in a statement
'Ensuring Muslim communities in New Zealand feel safe and secure is a particular focus,' New Zealand Foreign Minister Winston Peters tells an emergency meeting of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation in Istanbul
As the call was broadcast around the country, thousands of people – including Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern – stood silently in a park opposite the mosque where the killing began, as the country of 4.5 million came to a standstill
Hundreds of mourners also turn out in Christchurch for a second straight day for the funerals of those killed
(4th UPDATE) Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says assault rifles and semi-automatic weapons were now banned with immediate effect
Philip Arps is charged with two counts of distributing objectionable material under the Films Act
(3rd UPDATE) Hundreds of mostly Muslim mourners gather at a cemetery in the southern city of Christchurch to lay to rest Khalid Mustafa and his 15-year-old son Hamza
The House Committee on Homeland Security ask for a briefing by tech executives regarding the online proliferation of the 'horrific' Christchurch video
Police say that all 50 autopsies have been concluded but only '12 victims have been identified to the satisfaction of the Coroner'
'He is a terrorist. He is a criminal. He is an extremist. But he will, when I speak, be nameless," New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern adds
Mia Garlick from Facebook New Zealand says the firm is 'working around the clock to remove violating content using a combination of technology and people'
Duty lawyer Richard Peters, who represented the alleged shooter during the preliminary court hearing, says he 'indicated he does not want a lawyer'
The teenager is also charged with publishing a photograph of the mosque with the message 'target acquired,' and for inciting violence
David Tipple, the managing director of Gun City, confirms selling the alleged gunman 4 firearms and ammunition
Afghan refugee Abdul Aziz hurls a hand-held credit card machine at the gunman and then ducks between several cars, as the self-confessed fascist unleashes a barrage of shots at him
(UPDATED) The 28-year-old Australian-born Brenton Tarrant is charged after killing 49 people at two mosques in New Zealand
(UPDATED) Here is a summary of the main international reactions so far
(UPDATED) The New Zealand government says it could be illegal to share the video, which shows the gunman repeatedly shooting at worshippers from close range
(4th UPDATE) The attack, thought to be the deadliest against Muslims in the West in modern times, is immediately dubbed terrorism by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern