Joy Reid
Joy Reid interviews the legend of Kiwi music, who has joined forces with Fleetwood Mac and will be touring New Zealand later this year.
Neil Finn learning how to get his voice heard with Fleetwood Mac
CJ Bott and Sarah Gregorius say the team knows they can rally from the defeat for their next two games.
Opinion: Bouncing back from their first loss won't be easy, but there's something special about this Football Ferns side
1 NEWS’ Europe correspondent explains that her great, great uncle Ffitch H.H was among the New Zealanders killed at Gallipoli on April 25, 1915.
'Surreal' to be in Gallipoli where my great, great uncle died, writes 1 NEWS reporter Joy Reid
Erdogan used a political rally to play parts of video, live-streamed by the gunman to Facebook.
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
The many Kiwis there are banding together to share their nation's pain, along with locals, officials and royalty.
Christchurch attack: 'The heartache is very real' - being far from home when your city is hurting
At stake are hundreds of cross-border businesses and even the fragile peace process itself.
Joy Reid: Irish border conundrum 'seems an unsolvable problem right now'
The topic has been high on the agenda of our prime minister during her six-day tour of Europe.
Analysis: A free trade deal with the EU would be really big for NZ. Here's why
The 1 NEWS Europe correspondent says the prime minister has most certainly put New Zealand on the map during her time in Europe.
Joy Reid's analysis: Jacinda Ardern wowed on whirlwind Europe trip
Mr Watson told the court, however, he can’t afford it due to the poor state of his companies.
Eric Watson’s money woes laid bare in London court as Sir Owen Glenn’s lawyers press him over $80 million judgement
Speaking from Downing Street the British Prime Minister has vowed to plough ahead with the Brexit deal.
'I’d almost go as far as calling it a farce' - Brexit fallout slowly pulling Britain apart, 1 NEWS reporter says
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
1 NEWS Europe Correspondent Joy Reid has the latest from London.
Everything you need to know about Brexit
Michael Sullivan's grave.
Successful search for relative of Kiwi WW1 soldier brings together two families at opposite ends of the world
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
'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
Michael Sullivan's grave.
Yorkshire teen visits grave of Kiwi WWI soldier, now he's on a mission to find the man's family
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
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
It’s one of the largest ever displays in the UK.
Major exhibition showcasing 500 years of Pacific art set to open in London
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
Brexit could be good news for Kiwis wanting to live and work in the UK
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
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
Critics and fans alike sense there’s something different about the Kiwi boxer in his return to the UK.
Boxing world gets first look at Joseph Parker since title fight loss to Anthony Joshua - 'He's grown up'
'I want to smash him' – Joseph Parker promising combinations galore in UK bout with Dillian Whyte
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
'They’re heroes no matter what the result' - Croatia's footballers uniting a young nation
Nerves turned to pure joy for English fans around the world as Colombia were sent packing.
Nation comes to a standstill as penalty shootout curse finally lifted as England win crucial World Cup match
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