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05 November 2019 15:18

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Efforts to improve financial education in schools should help give young people a better sense of how debt worked and the implications it could have for them in future, he said. The first full month of digital news websites' audience numbers since nzherald.co.nz imposed the premium paywall on April 30 shows the Herald dipping and Stuff gaining in both unique viewers and page views. The gap between the two sites' monthly unique audiences, as captured by Nielsen, now sits around 330,000 people - which is up from as low as 13,000 in December but is around what it was a year ago in May. In months other than the peak news spike in March when the Christchurch terror attacks occurred, the country's biggest news site has not been over the 2 million mark since August last year. He was fatally shot at the Masjid Al Noor on Deans Ave. He was shot and killed as he tried to shield another person, according to his son Omar Nabi. Omar Nabi holds a photo of his father, 71-year-old Haji-Daoud who was killed in the Al Noor Mosque.

(JASON SOUTH/STUFF) Omar Nabi holds a photo of his father, 71-year-old Haji-Daoud who was killed in the Al Noor Mosque. He was killed at the Masjid Al Noor in Deans Ave, Syrian Solidarity New Zealand spokesman Ali Akil said. Joukhai said wife Salwa Mustafa "is now all alone in New Zealand, on the other side of the world from her family, with just her daughter". New Zealand futsal goalkeeper Atta Elayyan is among those killed in the Christchurch terror attacks. (SUPPLIED) New Zealand futsal goalkeeper Atta Elayyan is among those killed in the Christchurch terror attacks.

Elayyan leaves behind his wife Farah and 2 year old daughter Aya. He was a popular member of the Christchurch tech industry and the goalkeeper for the national and Canterbury men's futsal teams. He was shot as he prayed at the Masjid Al Noor on Deans Ave. His friends have described him as a "loving father and husband, passionate technologist, loyal friend, and beautiful human". Ahmed was killed when she returned to the Masjid Al Noor in Deans Ave to check on her husband Farid, after getting some children to safety. He arrived in New Zealand from Syria with his family only a few months ago. He was a regular at the Masjid Al Noor in Deans Ave, Christchurch, where he was killed.

Hussein's family moved to New Zealand from the United Arab Emirates 22 years ago. Mucad, whose family is from Somalia, was with his father and brother at the Masjid Al Noor in Deans Ave when the shooting began. He died at the Linwood Masjid and is survived by his wife and 15-year-old son. Long-time friend Sukhvinder Singh said he was a very kind and helpful man, well-loved in the Indian and Muslim communities. Sayyad, a Cashmere High School student, grew up in Corsair Bay, near Lyttelton, He was killed in the attack on the Masjid Al Noor in Deans Ave. Milne was described by his half sister, Brydie Henry, as a good-natured, sporty teenager who loved football.

Ali had moved to New Zealand 17 years ago, his elder brother Shabeer Ali told the Fiji Times. His family described him as a loving and caring man who never missed any prayer at the mosque, according to the Fiji Times. He came to New Zealand from Afghanistan with a relative via India about nine years ago and worked at various jobs in Christchurch. He was killed at the Al-Noor mosque in Deans Ave. During his time in Christchurch he went back to visit his home country. He moved to New Zealand from Hyderabad, India, several years ago and obtained a masters degree at Auckland University, his uncle Idris Ansari said on Sunday.

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Kamel immigrated to New Zealand from Jordan about six months ago and worked on a dairy farm in Ashburton, his older brother says. Kamel's wife and three young children remain in Jordan and had applied for a visa to move to New Zealand. Zuhair Darwish said he'd been in New Zealand since 2007 and convinced his younger brother to join him because it was a safe place to raise a family. He moved to New Zealand in 2017 and lived in Auckland for a year before moving to Christchurch for a new job with his wife Asma and two young daughters aged 2.5 and 5. His family moved to New Zealand in the early 1990's because of the first Gulf War, seeking a more secure place for his children. He has a wife and three daughters who are living in New Zealand, Australia and England. Vora and his father Arif were killed in the attack on the Masjid Al Noor on Deans Ave. Vora was originally from Gujarat, India but lived and worked in Christchurch, according to a member of the Indian community. He and his wife had just had a baby daughter in the week before the attack, the man said. She had hoped to secure a good job in New Zealand to support her family back in India, the friend said. Originally from Hyderabad, India, he had been in Christchurch for about a year, according to a member of the Indian community. His family said he was a quiet man whose life was his work and home. Due to his hours of work, Ragheb was not a regular at the Masjid Al Noor where he was praying with his wife Seham when he was shot. Ahmed had recently moved to Christchurch from Karachi, Pakistan to work as a chartered accountant on secondment at PriceWaterhouseCooper to support his family. Mohd-Tarmizi moved to New Zealand from Malaysia with his family about 18 months ago. He came to New Zealand from Egypt 20 years ago looking for a better life for his family. Raza, a mechanical engineer, moved to New Zealand from Karachi, Pakistan last year. He lived in Auckland before moving to Christchurch for work in December. He survived the civil war in Somalia, and came to New Zealand around 10 years ago with his family. He is survived by his wife of nearly 50 years, five sons and four daughters. Al-Harbi lived in New Zealand for 25 years and worked in water desalination. While in Christchurch, he had another child, who is a New Zealand citizen. Hoq had been in Christchurch for more than three years and worked in health care. Faruk leaves behind a wife who is three months pregnant and living in Bangladesh, his friend Md Mehedi said. Faruk, a welder, came to New Zealand more than three years ago. Awale had been in Christchurch for about 30 years, former Muslim Association president Mohammed Jama said. He came to New Zealand around twice a year to visit family, and arrived in Christchurch around one week before his death at Al Noor Mosque. His wife died around six months ago, his brother, Ramzan, said. His first wife, with whom Ali had a daughter, died four years ago. Bhuiya had been working in New Zealand to provide for his family, including his wife, back in Bangladesh. The father-of-two had been in intensive care at Christchurch Hospital after being shot at the Masjid Al Noor. Yet it's still cold comfort for those running Stuff, one of two major New Zealand media companies (the other being MediaWorks) whose current owners are keen to see the back of them. Stuff Fibre is available in every region across New Zealand where fibre is available, as per the government roll out plan, starting at $49 a month.