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Are CSIRO's Northern Australia sites at risk?

The Staff Association has received reports that a review of CSIRO laboratories in Far North Queensland and the Northern Territory is underway, with the process kept under wraps during the election campaign. Full report here

People power: scientists campaign against cuts

Angered by the scale of job cuts that have taken place under the Coalition's watch, CSIRO scientists have decided to do something highly unusual: mobilise and get political, writes Farrah Tomazin for Fairfax Media. Read the story here.  

Help make CSIRO an issue on polling day   

We can only secure a better deal for CSIRO if Staff Association members campaign for it. There's increasing community support thanks to the likes of groups such as CPSU and Friends of CSIRO. Find out how you can get involved via our campaign page

Support CSIRO with a T-shirt

Show your support for CSIRO with one of our campaign T-shirts. Available in a range of colours and sizes, these T-shirt are Australian made and ethically sourced and a stylish way to display our message in public. Visit the online store

CSIRO cuts and a hidden agenda? 

The PM says the CSIRO's plans to sack hundreds of scientists is its own decision, not the government's. But has it been made with the support of the government, including Malcolm Turnbull himself? Background Briefing investigates.

Fears for ATCA and The Dish

The Staff Association has demanded an urgent briefing on whether the Turnbull Government’s cuts to science could result in the closure of the iconic Parkes radio telescope (aka The Dish) or Narrabri's Australia Telescope Compact Array. Read the full story here.
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