1. 'It's beautiful' – SBW touches down in Christchurch, reacts to NZ public's response after terror attacks  TVNZ
  2. Sonny Bill Williams arrives in Christchurch, praises support for Muslim community  New Zealand Herald
  3. All Black Sonny Bill Williams arrives in Christchurch to support Muslim community  Newshub
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  4. Brigitte Morten: Action is what NZ needed on gun control, and what PM Jacinda Ardern delivered  Radio New Zealand
  5. New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern talks to Al Jazeera | Al Jazeera English  Al Jazeera English
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  3. Why White Supremacist Attacks Are on the Rise, Even in Surprising Places  TIME
  4. Editorial: NZ's peaceful Muslim immigrants have earned our respect  New Zealand Herald
  5. Isis threat 'real': Why the show of solidarity from New Zealanders is critical, according to Paul Buchanan  New Zealand Herald
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  2. Call to prayer for a mourning nation  Otago Daily Times
  3. Live: Christchurch mosque shootings: Friday's national day of reflection - the call to prayer, mosques open doors  New Zealand Herald
  4. Live: A nation reflects - today's 'humbling' call to prayer: What to expect, how to listen  Newstalk ZB
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  2. The New Zealand Attacks Show How White Supremacy Went From a Homegrown Issue to a Global Threat  TIME
  3. Militant groups are using Christchurch mosque shootings to spread a message of hate  The Washington Post
  4. Isis threat 'real': Why the show of solidarity from New Zealanders is critical, according to Paul Buchanan  New Zealand Herald
  5. Why White Supremacist Attacks Are on the Rise, Even in Surprising Places  TIME
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  2. Latest breaking news NZ  Stuff.co.nz
  3. Live: Christchurch mosque shootings: Friday's national day of reflection - the call to prayer, mosques open doors  New Zealand Herald
  4. Live updates: NZ marks one week from the Christchurch mosque attacks  TVNZ
  5. Live: A nation reflects - today's 'humbling' call to prayer: What to expect, how to listen  Newstalk ZB
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NZ announces post-Christchurch ban on military-style semi-automatic weapons | ABC News  ABC News

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  2. Anthony Mundine visits Christchurch shooting victims in hospital  Stuff.co.nz
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  1. Isis threat 'real': Why the show of solidarity from New Zealanders is critical, according to Paul Buchanan  New Zealand Herald
  2. Islamophobic attacks in the UK leave Muslims feeling increasingly anxious  The Guardian
  3. The New Zealand Attacks Show How White Supremacy Went From a Homegrown Issue to a Global Threat  TIME
  4. Christchurch mosque shootings: What's fuelling the rise of far-right terrorism?  New Zealand Herald
  5. We must give nothing to racism and Islamophobia  Stuff.co.nz
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  1. Australian PM Scott Morrison gives his account of 'anti-Islam' meeting in tense television interview  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Scott Morrison tells Waleed Aly he sought to lower fears on Islam, not exploit them  The Guardian
  3. The Project viewers lash out at Scott Morrison after fiery interview  Daily Mail
  4. Christchurch shooting: Scott Morrison’s fury over Muslim claims  NEWS.com.au
  5. Morning mail: Scott Morrison faces Waleed Aly, Cyclone Idai, plastic pollution  The Guardian
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  1. Christchurch mosque shootings: 15000 at Dunedin vigil  New Zealand Herald
  2. 18,000 at Dunedin vigil to remember terror attack victims  Radio New Zealand
  3. Dunedin vigil sees 15,000 unite to pay respects to Christchurch attack victims  Newshub
  4. Thousands turn out for Dunedin vigil  Otago Daily Times
  5. A city united  Otago Daily Times
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  2. Christchurch mosque shooting: How accused obtained guns - the referees and police interview  New Zealand Herald
  3. Christchurch terror attack accused's gun licence obtained without proper checks - former police officer  Radio New Zealand
  4. Christchurch terror attacks: Police reveal how alleged gunman obtained firearms licence  Newshub
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  1. Mongrel Mob Kingdom dumps Nazi 'sieg heil' rallying cry after Christchurch mosque shooting  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Mongrel Mob Kingdom drops Hitler's infamous catch-cry 'sieg heil' after mosque attacks  New Zealand Herald
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  2. Prayers today at city mosque  Otago Daily Times
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  2. Intel's Xeon & Xe Compute Accelerators to Power Aurora Exascale Supercomputer  AnandTech
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  1. Multiple mosques attacked in Birmingham  Newshub
  2. Birmingham mosque attacks probed by counter-terrorism officers  CNN
  3. Counter-terror police investigating after five Birmingham mosques attacked with sledgehammer  The Telegraph
  4. Birmingham Muslims blame 'far-right extremism' for mosque attacks  Aljazeera.com
  5. Four Birmingham mosques smashed in overnight sledgehammer attack  Daily Mail
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  1. Mongrel Mob Kingdom dumps Nazi 'sieg heil' rallying cry after Christchurch mosque shooting  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Mongrel Mob Kingdom drops Hitler's infamous catch-cry 'sieg heil' after mosque attacks  New Zealand Herald
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  2. Isis threat 'real': Why the show of solidarity from New Zealanders is critical, according to Paul Buchanan  New Zealand Herald
  3. Dunedin students wear hijabs in solidarity with Muslim women  Radio New Zealand
  4. 'It's beautiful' – SBW touches down in Christchurch, reacts to NZ public's response after terror attacks  TVNZ
  5. Headscarf a simple show of respect for Muslim community, event organisers say  Stuff
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  2. Drinking Very Hot Tea Increases Risk of Esophageal Cancer, Study Shows | Medicine  Sci-News.com
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  2. 'Mindblowing' haul of fossils over 500m years old unearthed in China  The Guardian
  3. Scientists Find Huge Trove of Marine Fossils from the 'Cambrian Explosion' in China  Gizmodo
  4. Half the species in a new Cambrian fossil site are completely new to us  Ars Technica
  5. Unknown species found in new treasure trove of fossils found in China  CNN
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  2. Facebook stored hundreds of millions of passwords unprotected | Technology  The Guardian
  3. Facebook stored hundreds of millions of passwords in plain text  The Verge
  4. Facebook stored millions of passwords in plain text  DAWN.com
  5. New Facebook ‘security failure’ put 600million users ‘at risk of being hacked’  The Sun
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  3. Another case of measles out of LAX confirmed by health officials  FOX 11 Los Angeles
  4. 2nd Measles Passenger Passed Through LAX, Health Officials Say  NBC Southern California
  5. Flight bound for Los Angeles forced to divert to Dublin Airport due to 'medical emergency'  Dublin Live
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  1. Owner of Christchurch's Gun City thinks he knows where alleged mosque shooter bought semi-automatic rifle  TVNZ
  2. What is likely to change with gun law reform after Christchurch mosque shooting  Stuff.co.nz
  3. Christchurch mosque shootings: Auckland gun store working with police  New Zealand Herald
  4. The ban of military-style semi-automatics will cost millions - here is how the Australians did it  Stuff.co.nz
  5. Christchurch terror shooting: Gun laws change, wrong man named dead  Radio New Zealand
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  1. Christchurch mosque shootings: Militant groups are using the massacre to recruit  New Zealand Herald
  2. Rifat Audeh: Will Chch be our wakeup call?  Newsroom
  3. Seven funerals held across Christchurch for terror victims  RNZ
  4. Isis threat 'real': Why the show of solidarity from New Zealanders is critical, according to Paul Buchanan  New Zealand Herald
  5. New Zealand Shootings Show White Supremacy as Global Threat  TIME
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  1. Christchurch mosque shootings: Auckland gun store working with police  New Zealand Herald
  2. Christchurch mosque shooting: Police question Auckland gun store as part of weapons investigation  Stuff.co.nz
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  1. Jacinda Ardern: 'We reject extremism and violence in all its forms' | Al Jazeera English  Al Jazeera English
  2. Jacinda Ardern: The New Zealand Prime Minister’s former life as a DJ  NEWS.com.au
  3. 'Our Darkest of Days.' New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Reflects on How The Country Can Move Forward  TIME
  4. Heartbroken school children perform haka for Jacinda Ardern  Daily Mail
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  2. New Zealand is tightening its gun laws after Christchurch — here's how they compare to ours  ABC News
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  1. Super Rugby: Right call, but lousy timing over decision to dump Sunwolves  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Super Rugby: How cutting the Sunwolves will make for a better competiton  New Zealand Herald
  3. Super Rugby 2019: Sunwolves handed lifeline in second-tier competition  Newshub
  4. Sunwolves, Fiji could join second tier Super Rugby competition  Stuff.co.nz
  5. Super Rugby: Clash with Top League likely to leave Sunwolves without Japanese players for final season  New Zealand Herald
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  1. Super Rugby: Right call, but lousy timing over decision to dump Sunwolves  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Liam Napier: Timing of the Sunwolves' expected axing could not be worse  New Zealand Herald
  3. The collateral damage of the Nations Championship is already happening  The Spinoff
  4. Sunwolves, Fiji could join second tier Super Rugby competition  Stuff.co.nz
  5. Super Rugby: How cutting the Sunwolves will make for a better competiton  New Zealand Herald
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  2. Jung Joon-young at court over sex video scandal  Korea Times
  3. Spy cameras secretly live-streamed 1600 hotel guests for subscribers in South Korea  Stuff.co.nz
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  2. 'Super worm equinox moon' will be the last supermoon of 2019  Stuff.co.nz
  3. March equinox and a super moon - The Bay's News First  SunLive
  4. Rare super worm moon will loom large as it coincides with equinox  The Guardian
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Christchurch attacks force New Zealand to see 'racist underbelly' | Al Jazeera English  Al Jazeera English

New Zealand is a multicultural, multi-ethnic country and everyone seems to get along. But the attacks that took the lives of 50 Muslims has forced New Zealan...

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Vernal Equinox: A balanced bite for spring  CGTN

According to Chinese Astronomical Almanac, the "Vernal Equinox", or "Chunfen" solar period will start at 5:58 a.m. BJT on March 21 this year. Zhao Zhiheng ...

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Vernal Equinox 2019: Google Doodles Celebrate as Earth's Seasons Change  Space.com

The seasons change on Earth today, and Google is getting into the equinox spirit with a pair of doodles to celebrate the yearly milestone.

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  1. 'We must follow New Zealand's lead' - Bernie Sanders praises gun ban in wake of mosque massacre  TVNZ
  2. Christchurch mosque shooting: Gun City sells out of rifle used in terror attack  New Zealand Herald
  3. What is likely to change with gun law reform after Christchurch mosque shooting  Stuff.co.nz
  4. Campaigner not convinced Government will deliver on its promises of banning semi-automatic firearms  TVNZ
  5. The ban of military-style semi-automatics will cost millions - here is how the Australians did it  Stuff.co.nz
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  1. Kane Williamson, Amelia Kerr big winners at sombre New Zealand Cricket awards  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Cricket: Kane Williamson and Amelia Kerr take out major honours at New Zealand Cricket Awards  New Zealand Herald
  3. Williamson bags Sir Richard Hadlee Medal, Test player of the Year award  Cricbuzz
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  1. Super Rugby: Australian franchises express concerns as Sunwolves face the chop  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Liam Napier: Timing of the Sunwolves' expected axing could not be worse  New Zealand Herald
  3. The collateral damage of the Nations Championship is already happening  The Spinoff
  4. Super Rugby: Right call, but lousy timing over decision to dump Sunwolves  Stuff.co.nz
  5. Super Rugby: How cutting the Sunwolves will make for a better competiton  New Zealand Herald
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  2. Behind the Doodle: Celebrating Johann Sebastian Bach  googledoodles
  3. Google's first AI-powered Doodle is a piano duet with Bach  Engadget
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  1. Highlanders lift spirits at city mosque  Otago Daily Times
  2. Dunedin students wear hijabs in solidarity with Muslim women  Radio New Zealand
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  1. NZ gun laws: Can they be changed after mosque massacre?  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Campaigner not convinced Government will deliver on its promises of banning semi-automatic firearms  TVNZ
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  2. NZ GDP grew 0.6 per cent in December quarter  New Zealand Herald
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