Black Power, Mongrel Mob hold hui for community service
Black Power and the Mongrel Mob are holding a joint-hui to set their commitments to the community over the next three years. One of the discussion will centre on how to engage with the Muslim community in a productive way following the Christchurch terror attacks. Both gangs have offered to guard mosques in the city and around the country in the wake of Friday's attacks - as a way of showing solidarity. Denis O'Reilly is a lifetime member of the Black Power and will be at the hui. He talks to Philippa Tolley.