PHOTOS: New Zealand united in grief after deadly Christchurch terror attack

• 50 confirmed dead, with victims ranging in age from 2 to older than 60
• 34 injured people remain in Christchurch Hospital, 12 are critical in intensive care
• Seven operating theatres in use, many patients will require multiple surgeries
• Girl, 4, remains in critical condition in Auckland's Starship Hospital
• PM Jacinda Ardern is seeking advice on any possible deportation of the man accused
• MI5 probe gunman's links to British extremists
• Australian-born accused gunman Brenton Tarrant a 'buffed up weirdo': associates
• Kiwis have already donated more than $6m for the victims' families

The country is still reeling after the deadly terror attack in Christchurch that killed 50 people.

Members of the Muslim and wider community are being invited to stand in solidarity with Christchurch at vigils across the country this week.

Vigils are being held in Whangārei, Auckland, Wellington, Hastings, Dunedin, Nelson, Oamaru and Christchurch.