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Threat to Aussie mammals ranked

New research led by the Threatened Species Recovery Hub has revealed which mammals are most vulnerable to cats and foxes, and many much-loved potoroos, bandicoots and bettongs, as well as native ro

La Trobe to lead new autism research

La Trobe has secured NHMRC funding for autism research

Expansion plans welcomed

La Trobe welcomes state election calls for Shepparton campus expansion

Autism early education breakthrough

New research shows toddlers with autism thrive in mainstream education

Big jump in world subject ranking

La Trobe health teaching and research rating rises

Victoria votes: health promises guide

What are the differences between Labor, the Coalition and the Greens?

After APEC: cooperation left in the cold

US-China tensions at APEC summit leave cooperation in doubt

Should we confiscate bankers' super?

If it works for sports stars, it could work for bankers

Graduate Art Show in Bendigo

Creative arts graduates show off their work

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After APEC, US-China tensions leave ‘cooperation’ in the cold

Nick Bisley - Head of Humanities and Social Sciences and Professor of International Relations at La Trobe University, La Trobe University

Victoria votes: your guide to the 2018 election health promises

Vijaya Sundararajan - Professor and Head of Department, Public Health, La Trobe University & Alan Shiell - Professor of Health Economics, La Trobe University & Hassan Vally - Senior Lecturer in Epidemiology, La Trobe University & Steven Lewis - Adjunct Professor at Simon Fraser University and Clinical Professor, University of Saskatchewan

Confiscate their super. If it works for sports stars, it could work for bankers

Liam Lenten - Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics and Finance, La Trobe University

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