Emma Keeling

Ali Williams to speak to players about experience so they can 'learn from his mistakes' as part of French Rugby fine

Williams was fined 1500 euro for damaging French rugby's image due to his cocaine bust.

02:12
Fitzy says having watched the players consistently while living in Europe has him on edge for the All Blacks’ chances in the tour.

'I'm a little bit anxious' - Former All Blacks captain Sean Fitzpatrick says Lions squad a formidable one

Fitzy says watching the players consistently while living in Europe has him on edge.

02:20
New Zealanders took part in a small but significant way in the World War I battle.

Princes William and Harry pay tribute to Kiwi soldiers who took part in bloody Battle of Arras

New Zealanders took part in a small but significant way in the World War I battle.

02:26
It was the greatest surprise attack of WW1 and it involved almost 500 miners from the NZ Tunnelling Company.

Video: Going underground with descendants of supremely brave Kiwi miners who served in WW1

It was the greatest surprise attack of WW1 and it involved almost 500 miners from the NZ Tunnelling Company.

03:39
Seven Sharp visited Ian Anderson's home in the UK ahead of Jethro Tull's trip to New Zealand.

Jethro Tull's lead singer on chillis, eating dog food and his advice for Adele

Seven Sharp visited Ian Anderson's home in the UK ahead of Jethro Tull's trip to New Zealand.

02:20
Brexit causing a drop in the pound is not the only concern for Kiwi businesses struggling to plan ahead.

'The worst of both worlds' - Brexit's bad news for Kiwi businesses in the UK

Brexit causing a drop in the pound is not the only concern for Kiwi businesses struggling to plan ahead.

03:40
Theresa May.

Theresa May: 'This is an historic moment from which there can be no turning back'

The British Prime Minister delivered a letter to Brussels, formally announcing the UK is leaving the EU.

02:12
People continue to leave flowers in memory of those murdered and maimed by Khalid Masood.

'I do not condone his actions nor support the beliefs he held' - Westminster terrorist's mum

People continue to leave flowers in memory of those murdered and maimed by Khalid Masood.

02:35
A 75-year-old man is the latest victim of the Westminster Bridge attack.

More details emerge of London terror attacker as fourth victim dies

A 75-year-old man is the latest victim of the Westminster Bridge attack.

02:35
Senior Conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith tells our Europe Correspondent the people who attack the centre of democracy won’t succeed.

'A maniac with the wrong motivation has tried to attack the centre of democracy and they're not going to succeed' - British MP

Conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith talks to 1 NEWS after emerging from the attack lockdown.

02:27
Voters in the Netherlands are going to the polls in one of Europe's most hotly anticipated elections.

Rapid rise of far right party in the Netherlands fuels major concerns about wave of nationalism

Voters in the Netherlands are going to the polls in one of Europe's most hotly anticipated elections.

01:37
Trade Minster Todd McClay has received this welcome news at a Commonwealth gathering in London.

NZ first in line for free trade deal with Britain

Trade Minster Todd McClay has received this welcome news at a Commonwealth gathering in London.

Ali Williams' case throws spotlight on recreational drugs in the French club scene

“Drugs are everywhere, so why would they not be in the sport?” Racing 92 forwards coach Laurent Travers said.

'People in shock and disbelief' over Ali Williams' alleged attempt to buy cocaine outside Paris nightclub

Our Europe Correspondent Emma Keeling reports from Paris with the latest on the accusations levelled against the former All Blacks lock.

01:53
There are concerns that when the UK leaves Europe, it will look to buy more British meat.

Kiwi lamb rebranding a possible sign of things to come in post-Brexit trade war

There are concerns that when the UK leaves Europe, it will look to buy more British meat.

00:23
Waitrose has been forced to rebrand its 'British' ready meals as some contain NZ meat.

Kiwi meat in 'British' lamb supermarket meals leaves bad taste for UK shoppers

Waitrose has been forced to re-brand lamb ready meals in its "British" range.

02:08
Artefacts spanning hundreds and even thousands of years have been dug up during construction of London's newest Tube line.

Bones dug up in London Underground work an archaeologist's dream

Artefacts spanning thousands of years have been dug up during construction of London's newest Tube line.

02:31
The new line will be unveiled next year and Europe correspondent Emma Keeling went underground to check it out.

London's Tube getting a $25b Elizabeth Line

The new line will be unveiled next year and Europe correspondent Emma Keeling went underground to check it out.

01:57
The winner is Lady Alexandra, wife of New Zealand's High Commissioner in London, Sir Lockwood Smith.

Surprise winner of UK New Zealander of the Year

The winner is Lady Alexandra, wife of New Zealand's High Commissioner in London, Sir Lockwood Smith.

02:14
Thousands blocked the street outside 10 Downing Street, protesting against President Trump’s travel ban on seven mainly Muslim countries.

'People want to be standing on the right side of history saying this is wrong you cannot discriminate like this'

Thousands blocked the street outside 10 Downing Street, protesting against President Trump's travel ban on seven mainly Muslim countries.

02:07
One wine company says up to 30 per cent of their return has gone since Britain voted to leave the European Union.

'The uncertainty is really the killer' – Brexit debate hitting Kiwi exporters hard

One wine company says up to 30 per cent of their return has gone since the Brexit vote.

02:09
The British Supreme Court ruled that Parliament not the Government has the authority to start the process of taking the UK out of the EU.

UK Government warns Supreme Court ruling not an opportunity to stop Brexit

The British Supreme Court ruled that Parliament not the Government has the authority to start the process of taking the UK out of the EU.

02:16
NATO has handed security back to Afghan forces, but if it escalates again, will New Zealand send more troops?

NZ unlikely to send more troops to Afghanistan and Iraq despite ongoing global terror threat

The question is, will New Zealand send more troops if things escalate?

02:10
The Prime Minister visited memorials in Flanders and laid wreaths at the cemetery in Passchendaele.

Bill English pays his respects to Kiwis killed on the Western Front during WW1

The Prime Minister visited memorials in Flanders and laid wreaths at the cemetery in Passchendaele.

02:23
Bill English.

New Zealand looks to be on track for free trade deal with EU

Prime Minister Bill English is on a meet and greet with European leaders, where he's talking security and trade.

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