Schoolchildren in Christchurch have performed an impromptu haka to pay tribute to two of their classmates who were killed in an attack on mosques in the city.
A small group of teenagers began the traditional Maori war dance beside a makeshift memorial as others laid flowers, three days after the shootings that left 50 dead.
They were soon joined by dozens more in a show of support for the Muslim community targeted in New Zealand’s deadliest shooting in modern history.
Brenton Tarrant, a 28-year-old Australian, has been charged with murder over the attack during Friday prayers and appeared at court on Saturday. He was remanded until 5 April.