The New Zealand Herald previously reported that Brenton Tarrant, a 28-year-old Australian man who killed at least 50 people in two mosques, while live-streaming the shooting, would be representing himself in court.
'Charges have been laid, we can expect additional charges, he'll be appearing in the High Court on the 5th of April, so there's obviously a process that needs to be gone through here, ' she said.
Bodies would be handed over to families from Sunday evening and are expected to be returned by Wednesday, Arden said at a news briefing on Sunday.
He said talk of "panic buying" of guns was a lie and that he was aware of people selling their semi-automatic firearms since the terror attacks.
"We detected nothing extraordinary about this licence holder", Tipple said.
An AR15 with a free-standing pistol grip, or a larger magazine, is deemed a MSSA and requires the more rigorously inspected "E-Cat" firearm licence. Gun owners must pass a firearms test and a background test before they can purchase any weapons.
According to reports, Ardern's comments were backed by the country's attorney general, David Parker, who confirmed the country will ban the sale of semi-automatic rifles. "We are one. They are us", she wrote in the book.
There are an estimated 1.5 million firearms in New Zealand - roughly one for every three citizens and more than double the rate in Australia.
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The mother and brother of one of the victims, Naeem Rasheed, will leave for New Zealand today.
She said her Cabinet had agreed in principle on the gun law reforms to be made, highlighting that the review had come within 72 hours of the attack.
"Moreover, in the same year (Mar. 20, 2016) he entered our country on a flight from Istanbul and stayed for a few days in Heraklion, Crete and Santorini", police said in a statement released Sunday.
"We don't need these in our country". That meant there were different views as to whether they would be washed or not because he said Islamic jurisprudence said martyrs are not to be washed as their blood was witness to their martyrdom.
Bush said forensic officers and pathologists had been working around the clock to gather the evidence from the bodies needed.
"Identification hearings will start this afternoon and we are anticipating that the process of returning the deceased will commence tonight", Judge Marshall said.
Over the weekend and into Monday, tens of thousands of people flocked to memorial vigils around New Zealand and a victim support website raised more than NZ$5.5 million ($3.8 million).
"As of last night we were able to take all of the victims from both of those scenes and in doing so we have further located another victim", New Zealand Police Commissioner Mike Bush said in a press conference.
They had visited the school to offer their condolences to the affected families and referred to the Muslim community as 'our people'. "The response to so much hate, has been love".