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Giles, Tania

Occupation
Local government councillor and Political candidate

Summary

Tania Giles stood as a candidate for the Australian Greens Party in the Legislative Assembly seat of Hawthorn at the Victorian state election, which was held on 30 November 2002. She stood again in the seat of Malvern at the 2006 state election, which was held on 25 November.

Details

Tania Giles served as a Councillor for the City of Happy Valley from 1991-97 and represented Local Government on the State Revegetation Committee from 1995-97. She stood as the Australian Greens candidate for the House of representatives seat of Bruce at the Federal election, which was held in 2004.

A piano and violin teacher, Tania enjoys bushwalking, painting and ceramic sculpture.

Rosemary Francis

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