Ashburton remains in shock after the daylight killing of two of its residents and a manhunt which swept through the district. We went above the town this morning to see where events unfolded.
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About 80 police officers remain in Ashburton investigating yesterday's shooting at a Work and Income office in which two women died and another was seriously injured. Video, Audio
Placing armed guards at Work and Income offices is a step too far but staff will be asked what measures they want implemented, Social Development Minister Paula Bennett says. Video, Audio
A man has been arrested after the Work and Income office in Blenheim closed its doors in response to a threatening phone call. Armed offenders officers arrested the 38 year-old in Koromiko.
The incident happened at the offices of Work and Income office just after 10am, and the man then fled the office on a bike. Police immediately massed in the centre. Video
There's been a widespread response to events in Ashburton. John Key said he was shocked and dismayed, while minister Paula Bennett described it as a tragedy. Video, Audio
Ashburton is in shock after two people working in the town's Work and Income office were killed with a shotgun this morning and a third person is in a critical condition. A suspect - John Tully - was… Audio
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