Kengo Kuma has designed an entrance gallery for Angers Cathedral
In this week's comments update, readers are debating Kengo Kuma's plans for a contemporary entrance at Angers Cathedral, France, and discussing other top stories.
Voters will be asked to show identification to vote under Morrison government proposal
All voters will be asked to present identification to vote under a Morrison government bill to crack down on alleged voter fraud.
Australia Covid update: as most Victoria restrictions lift next month, 'vaccinated economy' to stay for 2022
Melbourne will go from the world's most locked-down city to almost entirely free of restrictions next month, but the Victorian premier, Daniel Andrews, has warned that a significantly expanded "vaccinated economy" will remain for 2022.
Cleo Smith: WA police search missing girl's family home for signs of a stalker
The focus of the investigation into the disappearance of four-year-old Cleo Smith from a remote camping site in Western Australia shifted to her family house on Saturday.
'It hurts and it's wrong': family of Aboriginal woman shot dead by WA police officer speak out after acquittal
The family of a Geraldton woman shot dead by a Western Australian police officer has said there is "no equality" and "no justice" for Aboriginal people after the constable was acquitted of her murder on Friday.
Melbourne celebrates end of lockdown amid concerns about rising Covid cases in young and regional Victorians
As Melbourne continues to celebrate opening up, health officials have expressed concern about a growing proportion of Covid cases in young people, particularly in regional Victoria.
'Nervous giddy excitement': relieved Melbourne residents enjoy weekend out of lockdown
rom St Kilda to Coburg the traffic is heavy in Melbourne for the first time in months.
Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community - 2021.10.22
The top stories from the #AzureDevOps #community for 2021.10.22 are here!
Welcome back! I am Jay Gordon and every week I try to bring you the latest updates from around the DevOps on Azure community.
Police officer who shot dead Indigenous woman on WA street found not guilty of murder
A police officer who shot dead an Indigenous woman carrying a knife on a suburban West Australian street has been acquitted of her murder.
Stuart Ayres tells Icac inquiry into Gladys Berejiklian he believed $5.5m grant 'had a lot of merit'
The deputy leader of the New South Wales Liberal party Stuart Ayres has told Icac he believed a $5.5m grant for a shooting range and conference centre in Wagga Wagga "had a lot of merit", despite public servants previously telling the inquiry they thought a business case for the project was "deficient".