Joy Reid

'Incredibly grateful to the Kiwi soldiers who gave their lives' -1 NEWS reporter on Belgium honouring WWI heroes

1 NEWS Europe Correspondent Joy Reid reflects on the commemorations which marked 100 years since Passchendaele.

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Prince William will also attend the New Zealand service on Thursday.

Kiwis winging their way to Belgium, for special centenary commemorations of Passchendaele

Prince William will also attend the New Zealand service on Thursday.

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The Giant Kiwi carved into the English hillside by WWI soldiers has just been given protected status and a tidy-up.

'Special way of showing that respect' - High Commissioner among those giving UK's giant Kiwi a spruce up

The kiwi, carved by WW1 soldiers waiting to return home, was recently granted a protected status.

From stay-at-home mum to London reporter

Joy Reid has taken her young family from Christchurch to the UK to be the 1 NEWS Europe Correspondent.

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Pair of Christchurch scientists have turned pie-in-the sky idea into ground-breaking research.

3D printing of cancer tumours by Kiwi scientists allow new drugs to be tested

A pair of Christchurch scientists have turned pie-in-the sky idea into ground-breaking research.

Timaru Hospital fully reopened after nearly 24 hours in lock-down

The lock-down came into effect when a patient came in with a gun shot wound to the thigh.

Extra security in place as Timaru Hospital placed on lockdown

The hospital says the lockdown does not affect patient appointments and visitation.

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Lily Moore, Sam Drost and Cole Hull, who were all 15, died in the crash.

Teen driver ordered to speak to youth groups and schools after Boxing Day crash killed three friends

Lily Moore, Sam Drost and Cole Hull, who were all 15-years-old, were killed in the crash.

Permanent site sought for 185 Chairs quake memorial art work in Christchurch

The art installation was first erected five years ago, and each chair represents one of the 185 victims of the February 22nd, 2011 earthquake.

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The quake claimed two lives and changed the landscape and the livelihoods of many.

'We're stronger and we're closer' - Kaikoura six months on from 7.8 earthquake

The quake claimed two lives and changed the landscape and the livelihoods of many.

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The division between Pike River families and the Government continue, with the latest conflict over a video filmed using a robot.

'The video does not change the assessment the mine is unsafe for manned re-entry' - PM

The division between Pike River families and the Government continues.

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Rest home and care employers say the pay increases will keep valuable staff in a job.

Aged care boss: Pay rise will help attract new talent

Nurse Maude employs 500 support workers to go into people's homes and help about 14,000 people with day-to-day tasks.

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Artists' impressions have just been made public and are being welcomed by those wanting to bolster tourism.

Christchurch Convention Centre design released, tells story of region's rivers, mountains and plains

The impressions show a slick two-storey facility, capable of hosting up to 2000 people.

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Winstone Aggregates mines rock for Christchurch's rebuild but its neighbours say their dust contains hazardous crystallised silica.

Residents say dust from Christchurch quarry is making them sick

Winstone Aggregates is mining rock for the city's rebuild, but its neighbours say the dust in the air contains crystallised silica.

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The Christchurch Symphony Orchestra's running a week long programme inside one of the country's youth prisons.

Reformed murder and Christchurch orchestra team up to help young criminals

The CSO's running a week long programmer inside one of the country's youth prisons.

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The bug is back on the scene causing $100m worth of damage a year and it’s getting worse.

Pastoral farmers at the mercy of the Argentine weevil

The bug is back on the scene causing $100m worth of damage a year and it’s getting worse.

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The prestigious travel guide has named Christchurch as one of the world's street art capitals.

Berlin, Barcelona, New York and Christchurch - Lonely Planet hails Garden City for its world-class street art

The prestigious travel guide has named Christchurch as one of the world's street art capitals.

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Huge murals have appeared in the post-quake central business district.

Christchurch launches major street art exhibition

Huge murals have appeared in the post-quake central business district.

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Police are now finding and seizing more illegally owned firearms than ever before.

Significant spike in illegally owned firearms

Police are now finding and seizing more illegally owned firearms than ever before.

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This comes just days after 39 year-old Craig Chambers died when a foreign driver crossed double yellow lines.

Harrowing vision shows suspected tourist driver on wrong side of scenic road

39 year-old Craig Chambers died when a foreign driver crossed double yellow lines.

The Isaac Royal Theatre paid tribute to Nick Alexander and all others affected by the Paris attacks with lights depicting the French flag.

Christchurch lighting director mourns for friend killed in Paris attacks

Mike McDonald had worked with Briton Nick Alexander on numerous tours.

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The airport has been voted the fifth worst in the world for taking a nap while waiting for a flight.

Get up! Christchurch airport the fifth worst in the world to get sleep

Passengers say airport authorities advised overnight, in-transit travellers to stay upright and awake.

Key opens children's home rebuilt after earthquakes

Cholmondeley children's home in Governors Bay has been rebuilt at a cost of $6 million.

Joy Reid

Joy Reid is the 1 NEWS Europe Correspondent based in London.

Destroyed Casey Hut

Famed Arthur's Pass back country hut destroyed by fire

Casey Hut was popular with weekend trampers and those setting out on longer expeditions.

One dead in head-on collision

A young man died in the crash on SH1 south of Christchurch.

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After two days of the World Cup only one NZ punter can still snare $1m by picking the result of each match.

Could NZ have it's very own Notradamus?

An unassuming Christchurch security guard has so far predicted the correct results for every tournament game so far.

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