Knife-wielding IT worker kills four people at Paris police HQ The man three male officers and a female assistant before being shot in the courtyard of the square stone building next to Notre-Dame cathedral in the historic heart of Paris. SBS - Published 2 weeks ago
Gucci billionaire gives $160 million to rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral The money was donated as authorities draw up plans for the cathedral's reconstruction, following the devastating fire this year. Sydney Morning Herald - Published 2 weeks ago Also reported by • The Age • Brisbane Times
Slow progress for Notre-Dame, months after fire
Renovations of Notre-Dame are taking "more time than expected" six months after a devastating fire, the Paris cathedral's archpriest, Patrick Chauvet, said on Tuesday. Ciara Lee reports.
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Paris Knife Attack at Police Headquarters Leaves 4 Dead
Paris Knife Attack
at Police Headquarters
Leaves 4 Dead The unidentified attacker reportedly
was a longtime administrative employee
of the Paris Police Headquarters,
close to Notre Dame cathedral...
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Ambulance arrives at Paris knife attack scene
An ambulance arrives at the scene of the police attack in Paris today (October 3).
Four officers were stabbed to death at the police headquarters opposite Notre Dame cathedral.
The assailant has..
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Knifeman attacks officers at Paris police station
An assailant fatally stabbed a police officer inside the Paris police headquarters on Thursday, before being shot dead by another officer, a police union official said. Rough cut (no reporter..
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TrustX, Publishers’ Own PMP, Is Trading More Than $10M: CEO: Kohl
Three years after it set out to create a digital advertising supply chain platform that set out to ease publishers' worries, trade association Digital Content Next's own private marketplace is now..
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Restoration work at Notre Dame cathedral resumes Building work to secure the structure and prevent the collapse of Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris resumed after the works were suspended over fears of lead contamination. SBS - Published on August 19, 2019
Notre Dame fire was not criminal, Paris prosecutor says An investigation into the fire that gutted the Notre Dame Cathedral found no evidence to suggest it was criminal. Sydney Morning Herald - Published on June 27, 2019 Also reported by • The Age • Brisbane Times This medieval castle could be key to Notre-Dame's restoration Tucked away in the French countryside, a medieval castle may hold some of the answers on how best to restore the Notre-Dame cathedral to its former glory. SBS - Published on June 24, 2019
Notre-Dame celebrates first Mass since devastating April fire The archbishop wore a hard-hat helmet, burnt wood debris was still visible and only about 30 people were let inside, but Notre-Dame Cathedral on Saturday held its first Mass since the devastating April.. Sydney Morning Herald - Published on June 15, 2019 Also reported by • The Age • Brisbane Times
Young, pregnant urged to take blood tests for lead after Notre-Dame fire Children and pregnant women living around Notre-Dame cathedral are being urged to have their blood checked after one child was found to have high lead levels following the April fires. SBS - Published on June 5, 2019
Notre-Dame scaffolding workers admit to smoking on the job before blaze Roof workers repairing the roof and spire of Notre-Dame Cathedral before it went up in flames have admitted to flouting smoking bans. SBS - Published on April 24, 2019 Yellow vest anger burns in France, fuelled by Notre Dame donations French yellow vest protesters set fires along a march route through Paris on Saturday to drive home their message to a government they see as out of touch with the problems of the poor: that rebuilding.. Sydney Morning Herald - Published on April 20, 2019 Also reported by • The Age • Brisbane Times
Notre-Dame paintings removed amid lead pollution fears French art experts have ignored warnings of a toxic health threat, heading inside the stricken Notre-Dame cathedral to remove all the remaining paintings. SBS - Published on April 19, 2019
Short-circuit suspected in Notre Dame fire An electrical short-circuit is believed to have been the most likely cause of a fire that severely damaged the Notre Dame cathedral, a French official says. SBS - Published on April 18, 2019
Christians 'under siege', Sydney archbishop says in wake of Notre-Dame blaze Catholic Archbishop of Sydney says he hopes the Notre-Dame Cathedral fire was not a deliberate attack. SBS - Published on April 18, 2019 Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age • Brisbane Times
Architects from around the world will have the chance to design the next Notre-Dame spire As France mourns the damage to its 850-year-old Notre-Dame Cathedral, architects around the world have been given the chance of a lifetime. SBS - Published on April 17, 2019 Worries over Notre-Dame's fragile walls Notre-Dame Cathedral's rose windows have survived the fire but they are at risk, as are the gables, because of the heavy stone statues perched on top of them. SBS - Published on April 17, 2019
French leaders put out global call for architects to design new Notre-Dame spire France will invite architects from around the world to submit their designs for a new spire on the renovated Notre-Dame cathedral. SBS - Published on April 17, 2019 Notre-Dame to close for up to six years Paris' Notre-Dame cathedral will be closed for up to six years after the devastating fire, and there will be a competition to design a new spire. SBS - Published on April 17, 2019 More than $1 billion raised for rebuild of Notre-Dame Cathedral after fire More than $1 billion has already poured in from ordinary worshippers and high-powered magnates around the world to restore the fire-ravaged cathedral in Paris. Sydney Morning Herald - Published on April 17, 2019 Also reported by • The Age