Cal State Chancellor Talks Public Education

Good morning. (Here’s the sign-up, if you don’t already get California Today delivered to your inbox.) On Wednesday, you may have watched or heard or read about the impeachment hearing. California congress members played a big role — notably, Representative Adam Schiff, who is chairman of the Intelligence Committee, and …

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Opinion | Will the Trump Impeachment Hearings Become a Circus?

With the impeachment inquiry underway in the House of Representatives, House members have the choice of maintaining a deliberate and thoughtful process or succumbing to the temptations of reality TV and social media memes, turning a solemn and serious undertaking into a political circus. Unfortunately, if Wednesday’s opening round was …

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NT indigenous want end to police brutality

Indigenous Australians have demanded police stop brutalising them as more than 1000 people protested in Alice Springs over the shooting death of indigenous man Kumanjayi Walker. Politicians have called for calm after the shooting on Saturday of Mr Walker, 19, by a police officer who was trying to arrest him …

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Eco-village lots on sale next year

The ambitious Witchcliffe Eco-Village project will go live for prospective homebuyers early in the New Year. The developers of the landmark project which could add 1000 residents to Witchcliffe have battled a number of delays since September 2017 when they confirmed a green light for the eco-village. But Sustainable Settlements …

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Two men with serious burns after fires in Malaga, Bayswater

Two men have been rushed to Fiona Stanley Hospital after sustaining significant burns in structure fires across Perth this afternoon. The fires began within minutes of each other at a commercial property in Malaga and at a garage between two adjoining Bayswater homes. It’s understood West Coast Metals Recycling Pty …

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