Christchurch Terror Attack: Support services for Christchurch

Publish Date
Saturday, 16 March 2019, 5:00PM

If you need support:

New Zealand Police helpline: 
People can register a missing person or register themselves at the Restoring Family Links (RFL) website

People in New Zealand can also register missing persons on 0800 115 019.

People outside of New Zealand can call 0064 3 353 4532.

Victim Support helpline 0800 842 846

Need to talk? Free text or call 1737

Keep up to date with the latest updates online.

 

Vigils and prayer ceremonies across New Zealand:

NORTH ISLAND

NORTHLAND 

The Northland Indian Association is holding a candle-lit vigil at Whangārei’s Laurie Hall Park on Sunday March 17 at 6pm.

AUCKLAND

vigil is planned at Aotea Square next Friday March 22 from 6pm-7pm

Bringing Light to Our Darkest Hour’ is happening at Takapuna Beach in Auckland on Saturday March 16 8-10pm

HAMILTON

Love to Christchurch Vigil is scheduled for 8pm Saturday at Claudelands Park.

 

ROTORUA

Rotorua will be holding a vigil at Te Papaiouru Marae in Ōhinemutu at 7pm on Saturday March 16.

 

HASTINGS 

A public prayer session will be hosted on Sunday March 17 at Waipatu Marae.

 

PALMERSTON NORTH

A vigil will be held in The Square in Palmerston North at 7pm on Saturday March 16

 

WELLINGTON

A vigil will be held on Sunday March 17 at 6pm in Te Ngākau Civic Squaret with attendees being asked to wear something white.

Amnesty at Vic is also holding a vigil in Civic Square on Thursday, March 21 from 7pm.

 

SOUTH ISLAND

NELSON

Nelson Race Unity Day will be on Sunday March 17 in Victory Square from 11am-4pm

CHRISTCHURCH

Christchurch has a vigil to “remember those who lost their lives in the mosque attacks in Christchurch on 15-3-19 beind held on Thursday March 21 from 8.30pm-9.30pm.

 

DUNEDIN

vigil has been planned for Thursday March 21 in the Octagon hosted by Amnesty Otago from 7pm-8.30pm. 

 

INVERCARGILL

A Vigil for Peace and Solidarity is taking place Sunday March 17 from 11am-12pm

 

This article was first published on the NZ Herald and is republished here with permission.