"Alarming revelations at the Inquiry into The Port of Melbourne’s proposal to deepen the shipping channels in Port Phillip Bay should prove once and for all that this project is fundamentally flawed and should be stopped,” said Sue Pennicuik, MLC for Southern Metropolitan Region.

Greens MLC Sue Pennicuik has told parliament today that the voters in Albert Park and Williamstown are sceptical about channel deepening, and the Panel Inquiry has only heightened concerns.

Greens MLC Sue Pennicuik today hosted a forum at Parliament House to present alternative views on the Port of Melbourne’s channel deepening proposal.

Greens MLC Sue Pennicuik today in Parliament called for the Government provide heritage funding for the refurbishment of Palais Theatre to remove the need for massive commercial overdevelopment on the Triangle site on the foreshore of St Kilda.

Greens MLC Sue Pennicuik today in Parliament questioned whether the scope of the Upskirting Bill could include invasive media coverage of celebrities without their consent.

Greens MLC Sue Pennicuik today in Parliament urged all concerned members of parliament to support a cavalcade and carnival on Sunday 7 October organised by community group Blue Wedges.

Greens MLC Sue Pennicuik told state parliament today that Victoria is failing to meet community expectations for animal welfare, falling behind the UK, USA, Canada, and New Zealand, who are moving away from factory farming methods towards more humane free range methods.

Greens MLC Sue Pennicuik has criticised the State Government’s plans to have new school buildings and other facilities effectively privatised under a Public Private Partnership scheme (PPPs).

At Ricketts Point today Sue Pennicuik, Greens MLC for the Southern Metropolitan Region, released a report on the SEES Inquiry into Channel Deepening, which was held from 18 June to 31 July.

Greens MLC Sue Pennicuik said today that "World Farm Animals Day (WFAD) is a time for all of us to think about the suffering, exploitation and death of billions of innocent, feeling animals in the world’s factory farms and slaughterhouses.