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Two other people were arrested on February 16.
"We will need to make further changes to our cost base to navigate through this uncertainty."
"Thoughts of the attack and the incident has really just filled my life and my thinking."
"That's a gnarly name for a town."
FENZ said the blaze was "well involved" when crews arrived on the scene.
A drone flew over the area overnight.
They have blamed the cancellation on "unanticipated logistical issues".
Some of them were there on that fateful day in 2011.
Researchers trawled through thousands of posts on anonymous online forums to find Brenton Tarrant's messages.
It's been exactly a week since the Port Hills lit up in flames.
Many are volunteers from around the country, who have jobs that have taken a back seat.
The 52-year-old was sentenced to six months' community detention and six months' supervision.
The fire is currently being treated as "unexplained".
"That's a win for native biodiversity… It's also a win in terms of protecting the environment from fires."
Meanwhile, drones grounded fire crews' helicopter operations again on Saturday and Sunday.
Up to seven helicopters are being used to fight the blaze on Saturday.
"It's just such a different outcome for us than last time."
Here are the latest developments.
A local state of emergency remains in place.