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When the US locked up white Australians

Lurking behind the debates about offshore processing lies a little-known historical irony: white Australians were once locked up in immigration centres that bore a striking resemblance to the Manus

Research a step in the right direction

La Trobe designs shoe to prevent elderly falls

Cyber games winners announced

The 2017 winners of La Trobe's Cyber Games have been crowned

Dogs key to making connections

La Trobe disability research finds social lives improve with dogs

Mungo Man returns home

La Trobe University Archaeologist Nicola Stern on the Mungo Man

Zimbabwe political situation

La Trobe expert Dr David Dorward on Mugabe's sacking

The Trans-Pacific Partnership is back

Experts respond to the return of the Trans-Pacific Partnership

Early career success in research funding

Two researchers receive grants from Australian Research Council

Cann Group relocates to La Trobe

Cann Group moves corporate HQ to La Trobe Technical Enterprise Centre

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Back in 1921, the United States introduced immigration restrictions based on national quotas.

Anne Rees, David Myers Research Fellow, La Trobe University

The new TPP is informally known as the TPP11, after the US pulled out of the original 12-country bloc earlier this year.

La Trobe Senior Lecturer in Public Health Deborah Gleeson, Australian National University Research Fellow Belinda Townsend, University of Sydney Law School Professor and Associate Dean Kimberlee Weatherall, University of Sydney Research Associate Pat Ranald, University of Western Australia Professor Peter Robertson

The polls are in and Australians have signalled their strong support for same-sex marriage.

La Trobe University Senior Lecturer in History, Timothy W. Jones

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