Sue Pennicuik

MLC for Southern Metropolitan

Sue is the Victorian Greens spokesperson on Arts, Education, Justice, Corrections, Police, Racing, Tourism, and Animal Welfare. She is a passionate advocate for justice and equality and greater investment in public education and the arts.

Sue joined the Greens in 1996 due to her commitment to social justice, democracy, peace and ecological sustainability.

She was elected to state parliament in 2006, 2010 and 2014, representing the Southern Metropolitan region of Melbourne where she has lived for the past 25 years.

Sue has BAs in Arts and Phys Ed and a Masters in Environmental Science.

Before entering parliament, Sue worked in a variety of jobs including as a teacher and for the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU), where she coordinated occupational health and safety (OHS) campaigns including tackling stress and bullying at work, safer working hours and banning asbestos.

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25/05/2016

The Victorian Government should be protecting and preserving our native birds, not facilitating their injury and slaughter. Tell the Premier to end this cruel practice.

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Thu, 23/06/2016 - 12:30pm

Ms PENNICUIK (Southern Metropolitan) — My constituency question is for the Minister for Public Transport, and it concerns the level crossing removal at Koornang and Murrumbeena roads and the proposed rebuilding of Carnegie and Murrumbeena stations. Both stations were opened in 1879 — 137 years ago — Carnegie originally as Rosstown station. I am very familiar with both stations from using the Cranbourne-Pakenham lines and from cycling alongside them for many years. Following discussions with the Level Crossing Removal Authority, I am concerned that it plans to demolish the stations.