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March 7, 2021

Stop CSG Party campaign launch

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The Stop CSG Party has announced its number two senate candidate in New South Wales is Lynda Dean, OAM, who will be holding her campaign launch this afternoon with a garden party at her home in Byron Bay.

Lynda has spent 35 years in the natural health industry, co-founding Thursday Plantation, which took tea tree oil to the world.

Currently she sits on the board of Organic India, an organisation that seeks to assist Indian farmers obtain internationally recognised organic certification and open up export opportunities.

The launch is at 16 Kingsley Street, Byron Bay, at 5.30 for 6pm.


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