Joy Reid
Joy Reid: Canterbury quake struck, then my lonely, long and painful journey to recovery started
Christchurch officially in a heatwave as temperature hits 25 degrees today
Judge tells agitated Christchurch white supremacist to 'stop the noise' as parole breach charge dropped
Sister of man killed in Christchurch hit and run calls offender a 'coward' at sentencing
Man pleads not guilty over Christchurch crash that resulted in deaths of teenage sisters
Far right teen pleads guilty, fined for failing to assist police investigating Christchurch mosque threat
Man who filmed himself coughing at Christchurch supermarket during lockdown sentenced
Sentencing delayed for man who filmed himself coughing on Christchurch shoppers
Questions raised after 14-year-old girl spends days in police cell during lockdown
Christchurch man who sneezed on shoppers sorry for 'senseless behaviour', admits offensive behaviour charge
Christchurch's new stadium a step closer to reality after $220 million Government investment
Endometriosis sufferer hopes new guidelines will spare other women agonising pain
Neil Finn learning how to get his voice heard with Fleetwood Mac
Opinion: Bouncing back from their first loss won't be easy, but there's something special about this Football Ferns side
'Surreal' to be in Gallipoli where my great, great uncle died, writes 1 NEWS reporter Joy Reid
Opinion: Turkey still safe for Kiwis despite President's actions and Winston Peters' 'peaceful' choice not to challenge them
Opinion: In NZ's response to Christchurch terror attacks the world is seeing true beauty rising from the ashes
Christchurch attack: 'The heartache is very real' - being far from home when your city is hurting
Joy Reid: Irish border conundrum 'seems an unsolvable problem right now'
Analysis: A free trade deal with the EU would be really big for NZ. Here's why
Joy Reid's analysis: Jacinda Ardern wowed on whirlwind Europe trip
Eric Watson’s money woes laid bare in London court as Sir Owen Glenn’s lawyers press him over $80 million judgement
'I’d almost go as far as calling it a farce' - Brexit fallout slowly pulling Britain apart, 1 NEWS reporter says
'I can still hear the sounds of sirens' - 1 NEWS reporter gives detailed recount of up-close experience with latest Paris protests
Everything you need to know about Brexit
Successful search for relative of Kiwi WW1 soldier brings together two families at opposite ends of the world
All Blacks front-rower Joe Moody suffers gruesome eyelid injury in freak training ground incident, out for six weeks
'We don’t share a common language but we do share a common bond' - 100 years on, Le Quesnoy remembers the NZ forces who saved it
Yorkshire teen visits grave of Kiwi WWI soldier, now he's on a mission to find the man's family
Meeting Michael Caine, a Hollywood star who values family above everything else