Auckland Council stands with Christchurch

Press Release – Auckland Council

We acknowledge our city’s strong Muslim community and stand united with the community in grief and solidarity.

“Auckland stands with Christchurch and with the Muslim community across New Zealand,” says Auckland Mayor Phil Goff.

For full details visit OurAuckland.

For further information, please contact: Anna Kellett, Senior Media Specialist, Public Affairs, 021 484 037 and

Note for editors

Condolence books have been set up at the six community centres listed below and the Auckland Town Hall. They will be open for the rest of this week from 9am to 4pm daily. This list will be updated if more condolence books are opened at further locations.

Condolence book locations:

•Auckland Town Hall

•Te Atatū Peninsula Community Centre, 595 Te Atatū Road, Te Atatū Peninsula

•New Lynn Community Centre. 45 Tōtara Avenue, New Lynn

•Ellen Melville Centre, 2 Freyberg Place, Auckland

•Wesley Community Centre, 740 Sandringham Road extension, Sandringham

•Onehunga Community Centre, 83 Church Street, Onehunga

•Te Puke o Tara Community Centre, 20 Newbury Street, Ōtara.


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