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01:13
Joy Reid was on the ground as angry civilians protested against President Emmanuel Macron.

'I can still hear the sounds of sirens' - 1 NEWS reporter gives detailed recount of up-close experience with latest Paris protests

"A yellow vest protester tells me, 'this is a revolution' - and it certainly feels like it," 1 NEWS Europe Correspondent Joy Reid says.

05:07
1 NEWS Europe Correspondent Joy Reid has the latest from London.

Everything you need to know about Brexit

1 NEWS Europe correspondent Joy Reid breaks down the whole complicated mess.

Michael Sullivan's grave.

Successful search for relative of Kiwi WW1 soldier brings together two families at opposite ends of the world

1 NEWS helped the two families to find each other and strike up a friendship across oceans.

BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND - AUGUST 26: Fiao'o Faamausili of New Zealand lifts the trophy following the Women's Rugby World Cup 2017 Final between England and New Zealand at Kingspan Stadium on August 26, 2017 in Belfast, United Kingdom. (Photo by Charles McQuillan - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images)

New Zealand to host Women's Rugby World Cup in 2021

New Zealand will be the first country in the Southern Hemisphere to host the event.

00:10
Tuesday’s incident at training in London means the front-rower will miss six weeks of action.

All Blacks front-rower Joe Moody suffers gruesome eyelid injury in freak training ground incident, out for six weeks

The injury-ravaged prop needed three layers of stitches and the plastic surgeon says he is unable to play rugby 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

1 NEWS' Joy Reid reflects on NZ's relationship with the French town, and the 142 Kiwis who died freeing it from occupation.

Michael Sullivan's grave.

Yorkshire teen visits grave of Kiwi WWI soldier, now he's on a mission to find the man's family

William Hutchinson, 16, went on a school trip to Belgium and came back completely changed.

01:40
Joy Reid sits down with the actor to find out about the man behind the on-screen legend.

Meeting Michael Caine, a Hollywood star who values family above everything else

Europe Correspondent Joy Reid caught up with the legendary actor.

02:36
Entries are often controversial like Damian Hirst’s 1995 winner – a pregnant cow cut in two.

New Zealander in the running for Britain’s premier art award, the Turner Prize

Luke Willis Thompson's work explores a police shooting in the US.

03:31
It’s one of the largest ever displays in the UK.

Major exhibition showcasing 500 years of Pacific art set to open in London

It's one of the largest ever displays in the UK, with pieces by some of our best known Māori and Pasifika artists.

00:27
Europe Correspondent Joy Reid explains just how difficult it is for Britain to find a way out of the European Union by the deadline next March.

All you need to know about Brexit, six months before the big split with EU

1 NEWS Europe correspondent Joy Reid canvasses the big issues, six months before Britain goes alone.

03:10

Brexit could be good news for Kiwis wanting to live and work in the UK

Cathy Allen is a speech and language therapist who is reluctantly heading back to New Zealand.

02:15
A British judge said Watson secured millions of dollars from Sir Owen by fraudulent misrepresentation.

Prominent Kiwi businessman Sir Owen Glenn claiming victory in multi-million dollar legal dispute with Eric Watson

The judge found Sir Owen's $250m investment was fraudulently secured, describing it as "a deceit planned and orchestrated by Mr Watson".

03:19
Parker will aim to get his career back on track when he faces Dillian White in London on Sunday.

'I really want to hurt him' – Joseph Parker desperate for redemption, massive KO

Parker will aim to get his career back on track when he faces Dillian White in London on Sunday.

'I want to smash him' – Joseph Parker promising combinations galore in UK bout with Dillian Whyte

Parker could line up another title shot against with a win this weekend.

02:15
1 NEWS Europe Correspondent Joy Reid reports from the scene.

'Chaos as mobsters looted shops' - Joy Reid reflects on violent scenes in Paris as France's World Cup celebrations turn ugly

Within hours the Parisian streets that had been littered with broken glass and tear gas canisters, Joy Reid writes.

'They’re heroes no matter what the result' - Croatia's footballers uniting a young nation

1 NEWS' Joy Reid has been soaking up the atmosphere in Croatia ahead of their World Cup final showdown.

01:55
Erin Routliffe, Michael Venus, Marcus Daniell and Artem Sitak are competing in London.

'The more Kiwis, the better!' Four NZ tennis aces hunting Wimbledon doubles’ glory

Erin Routliffe, Michael Venus, Marcus Daniell and Artem Sitak are competing in London.

01:58
In June 2017, 70 people died when the residential tower caught on fire.

'Individual stories' from London's deadly Grenfell Tower fire 'bring me to tears' - Joy Reid

On the first anniversary of the tragedy 1 NEWS' Europe Correspondent reflects as grief and unanswered questions continue.

02:18
1 NEWS Europe Correspondent Joy Reid gives a last minute round up ahead of the Royal Wedding.

Detailed itinerary: Your guide to the times, details and people of Harry and Meghan's royal wedding

Here's everything you need to know about the Royal Wedding tonight, including New Zealand times for each part of the ceremony, assembled in one place.

01:28

Inside Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding

Europe correspondent Joy Reid takes a tour through St George’s Chapel in Windsor.

00:30
Ms Ardern said she received numerous questions about the cloak, its origins and its significance.

Blog: 'Front pack' and swollen feet no impediment to Ardern impressing the world at CHOGM

Joy Reid writes that the Prime Minister has packed a lot into her trip, and has gained a lot of attention for how she handled it.

02:29
The PM is attempting to create a European FTA, and also discussed climate change and the Pacific with President Macron.

Fascination with NZ's Prime Minister continues far from home as Jacinda Mania comes to Europe - Joy Reid

Even French President Emmanuel Macron seemed captivated. So what's Jacinda Ardern's x-factor, ponders 1 NEWS' Europe Correspondent.

02:30
Britain's RAF marks 100 years as world's first independent air force, and Kiwi commander Andrew Keith controls the famous Red Arrows.

Kiwi takes command of British RAF Red Arrows aerobatic team

Britain's RAF marks 100 years as world's first independent air force, and Kiwi commander Andrew Keith controls the famous Red Arrows.

Boxing Blog: Boxing-mania, Parker-Pride or Joshua-frenzy - 'Heavyweight boxing is full of upsets. The question is will this be one of them?'

1 NEWS Europe Correspondent Joy Reid says it's hard not to get caught up in the hype of Sunday's title fight.

02:45
The Kiwi heavyweight underwent two operations late last year.

Watch: Joseph Parker's elbow surgeries explained - 'for the first time in two years, he's pain free'

Trainer Kevin Barry detailed the Kiwi heavyweight's two surgeries from late last year.

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