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Dorinda Cox
Senator for Western Australia

Mental health support could curb police attrition rate

16 January, 2023 - A record number of WA police left the force, and retired, last year according to a dossier compiled by the WA Police Union. The Union clai...

Santos’ sponsorship of Tour Down Under is unwelcome

13 January, 2023 - One of South Australia’s biggest tourism and sporting events, the Tour Down Under, begins today. Santos, a major fossil fuel company and c...

The Kimberley needs all funding supports to build back stronger

11 January, 2023 - This week, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese toured the flood ravaged Kimberley region with the Minister for Emergency Management, Senator Murr...

First Nations deaths taking toll on community

29 December, 2022 - A First Nations man collapsed and died at Greenough Regional Prison on Tuesday afternoon, the second death of an Aboriginal person in custod...

Last chance to save Murujuga from Perdaman

9 December, 2022 - Clough falling into voluntary administration may be the final hope for the world's oldest and largest collection of rock art. As a result ...

Santos ruling marks time to pivot

5 December, 2022 - Contrary to what fossil fuel companies and lobby groups would have you believe, the landmark ruling against Santos in favour of the Munupi pe...

Another tragic death of a First Nations woman

2 December, 2022 - Diane Miller’s tragic death yesterday is just another case of senseless violence against First Nations women. The rate of these occurrences i...

Santos ruling sets a new precedent for offshore gas

2 December, 2022 - This landmark win for the Munupi Nation today sets a new precedent for consultation with Traditional Owners for offshore gas projects.  ...

Theia Energy wants to accelerate the climate crisis

28 November, 2022 - Today Theia Energy announced it will resubmit its application to frack the Canning Basin. Theia has changed its plans multiple times in a...

Recognition of cultural heritage 234 years overdue

24 November, 2022 - The government’s response to ‘A Way Forward: Final report into the destruction of Indigenous heritage sites at Juukan Gorge’ is welcomed by ...

Who’s paying to clean up Ranger Uranium Mine?

23 November, 2022 - If passed by the Senate, the Atomic Energy Amendment (Mine Rehabilitation and Closure) Bill 2022, will require Energy Resources of Australia...

Secretive UK and India trade agreements

22 November, 2022 - The Senate will vote this week on the enabling legislation of the Australia-UK Free Trade Agreement (A-UKFTA) and Australia-India Economic C...