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London Bridge attack condolence book open

NZ Newswire logoNZ Newswire 5/06/2017

A book of condolences for victims of the London Bridge attacks over the weekend has been opened at the Australian High Commission.

The book will be open for signing from 10am-12pm, and 2pm-4pm on Wednesday and Thursday this week.

Staff from the British High Commission are working from the Australian High Commission on Hobson Street in Wellington as its building was damaged in the November earthquakes.

Aucklanders will be able to sign also from a mobile British High Commission site from 12pm-5pm on Tuesday, and 10am-12pm on Wednesday, which is travelling around New Zealand for the Lions tour.

ISIS has claimed responsibility for the terror attack which killed 10 people, including three terrorists and injured 48 on London Bridge and nearby Borough Market over the weekend.

Christchurch man, Oliver Dowling, 32, was stabbed several times in the attack, and has woken up from a four-hour surgery with his parents by his side.

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