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Melland, Julia

Summary

Julia Melland was a a long-time community activist in her local area. She contested the 2003 elections for the seat of Lismore in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly on behalf of the Australian Democrats. Her main policy interest was public education and at the time of her campaign she had lived in Lismore for ten years. Julia has two children.

Sources used to compile this entry: Northern Star, 15 March 2003.

Annette Alafaci

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