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For the sake of Australia’s economy, Professionals Australia CEO Chris Walton is calling for science and engineering degrees to be “off-limits” in the face of rising university fees.President’s message
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For the sake of Australian science, Professionals Australia CEO Chris Walton is calling for science degree fees to be “off-limits”.Military scientists and engineers appeal to Tony Abbott to stop cuts
Military scientists and engineers have appealed directly to Prime Minister Tony Abbott to stop the spending cuts they say are weakening Australia’s ability to defend itself.Cuts to Defence science and engineering undermine national security
Professionals Australia has written to the Prime Minister urging him to step in and halt the cuts to science and technology in Defence.Professionals Australia slams TasWater’s use of fly-in consultants
TasWater’s own scientists, technical specialists, managers and engineers say their confidence in TasWater’s ability to effectively manage the state’s water has reached an all time low.Medical Science Matters - SA Public Sector EBA 2014
Wednesday of this week saw the first Enterprise Bargaining meeting between Medical Scientists, Public Sector Workforce Relations (PSWR) and Health.Notice to members: Advice of rule change from Fair Work Commission
Members please note a rule change in relation to the Association’s governance structure.SA Budget delivers challenges for medical scientists
The SA Budget has foreshadowed significant cuts to health and raises concerns for medical scientists in SA.Geoscience Australia pushes for nine extra minutes a day
Professionals Australia has criticised Geoscience Australia’s move to force staff to work an extra nine minutes a day and slash entitlements.The role of science, research & technology in lifting Australia’s productivity
In handing down its 2014 Budget, the Queensland Government has announced a major sale of government assets designed to fund new infrastructure projects and reduce government debt.What the Budget cuts mean for Science
Liberal MP Dr Dennis Jensen this week launched a strong attack on the Government’s proposed cuts to science and the Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO).Submission - Software as Medical Device
Professionals Australia CEO Chris Walton has raised the impacts of rising university costs on engineering graduate career choices in an interview with the ABC’s Jon Faine.Members disappointed by Defence Minister’s ’fat and happy’ comments
Professionals Australia members have expressed disappointment at the Minister of Defence David Johnston’s failure to apologise for labeling the civilian workforce in Defence ‘fat and happy’.Cuts to CSIRO make no sense
As a member of Science and Technology Australia, Professionals Australia endorses CEO Catriona Jackson’s criticism of the Government’s planned cuts to the CSIRO in this opinion piece from the SMH.Minister must apologise for labelling Defence workers ’fat and happy’
Professionals Australia has called for Minister of Defence David Johnston to apologise after he labelled the civilian workforce in Defence ‘fat and happy’.
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