Christchurch – mosques handed back to community
Police have today handed the Masjid Al Noor and Linwood
Masjid back to the local community.
An armed police
presence will remain at both mosques, and at mosques around
Cordons that have been in place since
the terror attacks have been reduced and roads in the
vicinity of Masjid Al Noor and Linwood Masjid have reopened.
Police would like to thank all those impacted by
the road closures for their patience and cooperation while
the roads remained closed.
A number of roads around
Hagley Park will be closed over the weekend, to assist with
the management of events being held there today and
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