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Time to consider our bargaining options 

Negotiations for a new enterprise agreement at CSIRO seem to be going nowhere, fast. What's becoming increasingly clear is that management’s support for the Government’s unworkable bargaining policy is to blame. It’s time for Staff Association members to consider our options. More here.

Yes! Minister.. for science 

In case you missed it, we have a Minister for Science again. Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane emerged as a winner from last December’s cabinet reshuffle, by adding science to his existing portfolio. The Minister will be assisted by Queensland MP Karen Andrews who scored a promotion to Parliamentary Secretary. More here.

Study shows climate change will hit hard 

CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology have released updated climate change projections for Australia, producing what's been described as the most robust picture yet of how Australia’s climate will change due to global warming. More from Guardian Australia here.

International Women's Day

International Women’s Day is celebrated every year on 8 March and provides an opportunity to focus on the challenges that remain on the path to equality. Find out how you can support IWD by hosting an event or getting active online. More here

Get organised for 2015

It's time to get organised for the new year - and what better way than with our 2015 wall calendar. Click here to download a printable version for your work space. If you'd prefer a printed copy, talk to you delegate today or email csstaff@cpsu.org.au 

Ever been to Parliament?  

Science meets Parliament brings researchers and scientists together in Canberra to observe the practical workings of federal politics. We’re calling on members for expressions of interest to form part of our delegation. Find out more here.
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