Men's anti-violence organisation Man-Up led a powerful haka in Christchurch which saw dozens of other mourners join in.
It was part of a memorial at Hagley Park, near Al Noor mosque, where dozens of people were killed and others injured in a horrific terrorist attack on Friday.
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Grief is still raw across the community, with an outpouring of support across the country.
Hundreds of flowers have been left at the park and by the mosque to commemorate those who were lost.
During Wednesday evening's memorial, members of the Man-Up organisation began to perform an intense haka.
As they continued dozens of others joined in, with the haka ringing out loudly across the crowd of mourners.
An emotional Muslim woman thanked the group for their support.
"It means the world to us and I've never been more proud to be a New Zealander."
The official Givealittle page for the victims of the attack has raised more than $7.25 million in less than a week; mourners refusing to let racism and hate divide them, but uniting instead.