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Atherden, Natalie

Occupation
Political candidate
Website
http://www.vic.greens.org.au/vote-green/election-campaign-archive/2006Election/Images/Natalie-Atherden.jpg/view

Summary

Natalie Atherden stood as a candidate for the Australian Greens Party in the Legislative Assembly seat of Polwarth at the Victorian state election, which was held on 30 November 2002. She stood again for the same party and in the same seat at the election which was held on 25 November 2006.

Details

Natalie Atherden lives outside Colac on an extended family small permaculture farm. She has two children.
She is a tertiary student and performing artist and is a member of Arts Colac Incorporated, Colac Kana Festival Incorporated and the Colac-Otway Soccer Association.

Rosemary Francis

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