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Suffragists can inspire today's politics

In February 1902 – just 13 months after the Australian colonies federated to become the world's newest nation – a tall, slender woman from Portland, Victoria, was standing outside the d

La Trobe lecturer awarded for research

La Trobe lecturer James Hunt awarded for communicating grains research

John Makeham appointed at La Trobe

John Makeham appointed chair of China Studies Research Centre

Ten ways to help nature adapt to change

Ten ways we all can help nature adapt to a changing climate

La Trobe leads national aphasia trial

La Trobe aphasia experts lead the way in looking at new and targeted t

Melbourne City Women's remarkable win

Congratulations to our valued partner, Melbourne City Football Club fo

New treatment gives tendon pain the boot

Simple exercises and brain training can stop tendon pain in athletes

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