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The Canterbury District Health Board (CDHB) has reported that up to the end of June they have topped $6 million in costs relating to the mosque shootings that took place in March. The Ministry of Health has approved additional funding of $3 million for the CDHB. CDHB chief executive David Meates added: "This has been derived from our internal costing systems, and covers the direct costs that have been incurred by Canterbury DHB in the initial response post-attack through to the end of June." Click here to read more. 




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