New Zealand attack

Building unity in New Zealand a year after Christchurch attacks

Plans due to be unveiled to rebuild Linwood Islamic Centre as community hub in fusion of Islam and Maori culture.

Building unity in New Zealand a year after Christchurch attacks

New Zealand attack

Survivors remember Christchurch shooting, a year on

For survivors of the mass shooting at two mosques in New Zealand, the many paths to recovery are still long and winding.

Choosing how we remember: Finding peace a year after Christchurch

UpFront

How big a threat is white nationalism?

A year after the Christchurch mass shooting we discuss the root causes of the growth in white nationalist attacks.

Asia Pacific

New Zealand police investigate threat against Christchurch mosque

New Zealand is due to mark a year since the mass shooting with a memorial service later this month.

New Zealand police investigate threat against Christchurch mosque

AJ Impact

Singapore cuts growth outlook as virus increases recession risk

Thailand and New Zealand also lowered their economic forecasts as the virus increasingly affects tourism and trade.

Singapore cuts growth outlook as virus increases recession risk

Indigenous rights

'My culture on my face': New Zealand's Maori assert identity

Ta moko, the traditional tattoo symbolising a Maori's heritage, is making a comeback after colonial suppression.

'My culture on my face': New Zealand's Maori assert identity

AJ Impact

New Zealand says it can manage economic effects of coronavirus

Prime Minister Jacinda Arden said spread of virus would 'inevitably' affect New Zealand's economy.

New Zealand says it can manage economic effects of coronavirus

New Zealand

Thousands flee severe flooding in New Zealand

Southland region declares a state of emergency after being deluged with more than 1,000 mm of rainfall in just 60 hours.

Thousands flee severe flooding in New Zealand

Australia

Bushfires trigger state of emergency in Australian capital

Officials declare state of emergency in Canberra as intense heat and strong winds whip up huge, unpredictable blazes.

Elections

New Zealand to hold elections on September 19

Vote will test whether Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's popularity overseas is matched at home.

New Zealand to hold elections on September 19

AJ Impact

Davos: World needs to prepare for 'millions' of climate refugees

Richer countries may become a rising source of refugees as climate change forces people to flee their countries.

Davos: World needs to prepare for 'millions' of climate refugees

Tennis

Serena Williams adds another trophy to her collection

The 23-time grand slam champion defeats Jessica Pegula at the Auckland Classic to secure 73rd career title.

Serena Williams adds another trophy to her collection

US-Iran escalation

World reacts after Iran fires missiles at US targets in Iraq

Iran launches missile strikes at US facilities in Iraq, less than a week after US killed top general.

New Zealand

New Zealand ends search for two missing in Whakaari eruption

Remains of teenager from Australia and tour guide from New Zealand are believed to have been swept into the ocean.

New Zealand ends search for two missing in Whakaari eruption

Asia Pacific

New Zealand to end gun buy-back started after mosque shootings

Police say 56,350 weapons had been handed in by Friday morning in a campaign gun-control groups say has been a success.

New Zealand to end gun buy-back started after mosque shootings