Service Of Australians Rewarded

The Age

Thursday January 26, 1995

The Order of Australia awards are awarded twice a year, on Australia Day and on the Queen's Birthday. They were an initiative of the Whitlam Government and were formally instituted on 14 February 1975.

The awards were established to recognise the meritorious services of Australian citizens.

The order consists of two divisions, general and military. Each division comprises four levels of awards - companion, officer, member, or recipient of the medal of the Order of Australia.

The Governor-General is chancellor of the order and responsible for its administration.

Nominations for the order are submitted to the Council for the Order of Australia and come from individuals and institutions.

About 400 awards are presented twice a year as well as another 140 military and public service awards.

Appointments as companions (AC) are made for eminent achievement and merit of the highest degree in service.

Officers (AO) are appointed for distinguished service to Australia or humanity at large.

Members (AM) are appointed for service in a particular locality or field of activity.

Awards for the medal (OAM) are made for service worthy of popular recognition.

AC.

COMPANIONS OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA.

Dr Elinor Catherine HAMLIN, AM, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. For service to gynaecology in developing countries, particularly in the field of fistula surgery, and for humanitarian service to improving the health, dignity and self-esteem of women in Ethiopia.

Dr Phillip Garth LAW, AO, CBE, Canterbury, Victoria. For service to science, particularly in the field of Antarctic exploration and research, and to education.

Professor Edwin Carlyle WOOD, CBE, Ashburton, Victoria. For services to the discipline of obstetrics and gynaecology, particularly through the development of in vitro fertilisation and its application to human infertility.

AO.

OFFICERS OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA.

Associate Professor David Louis BENNETT, Lindfield, NSW. For service to medicine, particularly in the field of adolescent health and medical care.

Mrs Jean Edna BLACKBURN, Glenunga, SA. For service to the development of education in Australia.

Professor Peter John BOYCE, Floreat Park, WA. For service to education, to international relations and to the community.

Emeritus Professor Sir Frank Adams CALLAWAY, CMG, OBE, Floreat Lakes WA. For service to music education, particularly through the development of the Callaway International Resource Centre for Music Education.

Professor Jeffrey CARMICHAEL, Nerang, Queensland. For service to finance, to education and to the community.

Professor Timothy Boyd CARTMILL, Camperdown, NSW. For service to paediatric cardiology and cardiac surgery.

Mr Robert Frederick CLIFFORD, Moonah, Tasmania. For service to the shipbuilding industry, particularly through the development and design of high speed catamarans.

Mr Anthony Stuart COLE, Sydney, NSW. For service to the development of public-sector policy, particularly in the areas of industry policy and public finance.

Mr Graham Charles EVANS, Aranda, ACT. For service to micro-economic reform in the transport and communications fields.

Mrs Valerie Claire FISHER, OBE, Barnawartha, Victoria. For service to raising the status of women in developing countries through the organisation Associated Country Women of the World.

Mr Stuart Anthony HAMILTON, Campbell, ACT. For service to public administration and public sector reform.

Professor Kenneth John HARDY, University of Melbourne, Victoria. For service to medicine in the field of surgery, particularly liver transplant and laparoscopic surgery.

Dr John Charles HARGRAVE, MBE, Darwin, NT. For service to the treatment of leprosy and in the fields of reconstructive surgery and micro-surgery.

Mr William John HARRIS, Singapore. For service to public administration, particularly in the Australian Capital Territory, and to the community.

Mr Philip Christian HERCUS, Kirribilli, NSW. For service to the shipbuilding industry, particularly through the development and design of high-speed catamarans.

Mr Robert Duncan HOGG, Cremorne, NSW. For service to politics and government as national secretary of the Australian Labor Party.

Dr Donald Jack HOPGOOD, Morphett Vale, SA. For service to the South Australian Parliament, to conservation and the environment and to the community.

Mr James Joseph KENNEDY, CBE, Hawthorne, Queensland. For service to business, to tourism and to the community.

Mr Ian Bruce Carrick KIERNAN, OAM, Kirribilli, NSW. For service to conservation and the environment through the Clean-Up Australia and Clean-Up the World campaigns.

Mr Christopher John KOCH, West Launceston, Tasmania. For service to Australian literature as a novelist.

Ms Irene Kwong MOSS, Glebe, NSW. For service to the advancement of a multicultural society as federal Race Discrimination Commissioner.

Emeritus Professor Sir Rupert (Horace) MYERS, KBE, Castle Cove, NSW.

For service to the promotion of innovation and commerce in the fields of science, technology and engineering.

Joseph Martin RIORDAN, Caringbah, NSW. For service to industrial relations, to social justice and to the community.

Mrs Imelda Joan ROCHE, Point Piper, NSW. For service to business and commerce, to women's affairs, and to the community.

Professor Peter Winston SHEEHAN, Hill End, Queensland. For service to education, research and psychology.

Judge James Henry STAUNTON, CBE, QC, Sydney, NSW. For service to judicial administration and to the legal, ethical and administrative responsibilities of the judiciary.

Dr Ian Matheson STEVEN, Mylor, SA. For service to paediatric anaesthesia and to the establishment of intensive-care services at Adelaide Children's Hospital.

Mr Kerry Matthew STOKES, West Perth, WA. For service to business and commerce, to the arts and to the community.

Mr Kenneth William TAYLOR, Toowong, Queensland. For service to the development of aid abroad and to the community.

Associate Professor Michael James TYLER, Belair, SA. For service to zoology, particularly through the research and conservation of Australian amphibians.

Professor Brian Graham WILSON, St Lucia, Queensland. For service to Australian higher education.

Mr Lionel Barrie WOODWARD, Griffith, ACT. For service to public-sector administration and reform.

AM.

MEMBERS OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA.

Mr Robert Crichton ALLISON, Kew, Victoria. For service to the funeral industry and to the community.

Mr John Nils ALMGREN, Beecroft, NSW. For service to the telecommunications and electronics industries.

Mr Basil Grose ATKINSON, Brighton, Victoria. For service to the tourism and hospitality industries.

Mr Philip David A'VARD, Menzies Creek, Victoria. For service to the performing arts, particularly in the field of children's theatre.

Mrs Concetta BENN, Flemington, Victoria. For service to social welfare, particularly in the areas of health and education.

Dr Brian Douglas BOOTH, Pymble, NSW. For service to Australian agriculture, particularly to the grain and livestock industries.

Mrs Alison Glenda BOWEN PAIN, Glen Osmond, SA. For service to amateur swimming, particularly as an administrator.

Mr Michael Keith Frosbery BRAY, Bellevue Hill, NSW. For service to conservation and to the community.

Mrs Ngairetta Joy BRENNAN, Clayfield, Queensland. For service to the environment, particularly through the planting and maintenance of trees, and to the community.

Mr Roger David BROCKHOFF, Lenswood, SA. For service to local government and to the community.

Mr Lindsay Arthur BUCKLEY, Chelmer, Queensland. For service to international relations, particularly through the Australia-Japan Society of Queensland, and to the community.

Mr Anthony James CLARK, Roseville, NSW. For service to business and commerce and to the community.

Mr Alexander Stewart COCKBURN, Glen Osmond, SA. For service to journalism and literature.

Dr Harry COHEN, Nedlands, WA. For service to medicine, particularly in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology, and to international relations.

Dr Robert Benjamin COOTER, Urrbrae, SA. For service to medicine, particularly in rural areas, to the Royal Flying Doctor Service and for community service through Lions International.

Mr Michael Charles Palliser COURTNEY, Launceston, Tasmania. For service to journalism and to the community.

Professor Alan David CROWN, Bellevue Hill, NSW. For service to education, particularly in the field of Semitic studies.

Mr John Ronald CURRO, MBE, New Farm, Queensland. For service to music, particularly to the development of youth orchestras.

Mrs Isolde Ira DAVIS, Henley Beach, SA. For service to the Lithuanian community and to education.

Mr Raymond Joseph DELMENICO, City Beach, WA. For service to the grain industry. Dr Richard Arthur Ian DREW, Oxley, Queensland. For service to entomology, particularly in the field of fruit-fly control.

Mr Kenneth William Michael EASTWOOD, Dalkeith, WA. For service to accountancy and to the community.

Mrs Vera ENTWISTLE, West Pennant Hills, NSW. 2125 For service to children as the founder of Camp Quality International.

Mrs Daphne Grace FANCUTT, Lutwyche, Queensland. For service to tennis as a player, coach and administrator.

Mr Robert William FITZGERALD, West Ryde, NSW. For service to community welfare, particularly through the Society of St Vincent de Paul.

Mr John Anthony GILBERT, Darling Point, NSW. For service to the performing arts.

Mr Alan George Frank GILL, Drummoyne, NSW. For service to the media, particularly in the field of religious journalism.

Mrs Mollie GILLEN, London, England. For service to genealogy and to Australian historical research.

Ms Anna GLOVER, University of New England, Armidale, NSW. For service to arts administration.

Dr John Gouldhawke GOLLEDGE, Yeerongpilly, Queensland. For service to medicine and to community health administration.

Dr Peter Warner GRAHAM, Cohuna, Victoria. For service to medicine, particularly in rural areas.

Dr Christopher John Gwyn GRIFFITHS, Westmead, NSW. For service to forensic dentistry.

Mr Yoram Jerzy GROSS, Double Bay, NSW. For service to the Australian film industry, particularly in the field of animation techniques.

Dr John Chadwick HANRAHAN, Peppermint Grove, WA. For service to medicine, particularly in the field of plastic and reconstructive surgery, and hand surgery, and to administration.

Professor Simon Hai HASKELL, Deakin University, Burwood, Victoria. For service to special education.

Ms Leonie (Noni) Elva HAZLEHURST, Woolloomooloo, NSW. For service to the performing arts as an actor, director and presenter of children's television programs.

Mr John Roger HOLDICH, Canberra, ACT. For public service.

Mr Patrick Hennessy HUNT, Melba, ACT. For service to basketball, particularly as a coach.

The Reverend Brother Fabian HYNES, Vatican City, Rome, Italy. For service to international relations, to pharmacy and to the Hospitaller Order of St John of God.

Mr Graeme Gordon INNES, Artarmon, NSW. For service to the community, particularly as an adviser on disability anti-discrimination policy.

Mr Ross Douglas IRVINE, Morphett Vale, SA. For service to community health and to international relations.

Mr Harold Hugh JEFFREY, Glen Waverley, Victoria. For service to people with visual impairments.

Mr Paul Arthur JENNINGS, Ringwood, Victoria. For service to children's literature.

Ms Sally Margaret JOHNSON, Edmonton, Queensland. For service to remote area nursing and to Aboriginal health.

Dr Helen Patricia JONES, Beaumont, SA. For service to education, particularly through documenting the history of women in South Australia.

Emeritus Professor Edwin Arthur JUDGE, Linley Point, NSW. For service to education, particularly in the field of ancient history.

Ms Olga KANITSAKI, East Preston, Victoria. For service to nursing, particularly through the development of a multicultural health service.

Professor David Thomas KELLY, University of Sydney, NSW. For service to medicine, particularly in the field of cardiology.

Dr John Douglas KELLY, Eastwood, NSW. For service to conservation and the environment, particularly in the field of wildlife preservation, and to zoo administration.

Dr Richard John KEMP, Taringa, Queensland. For service to medicine, particularly in the management of infectious diseases including HIV infection. Dr David McMillan KING, Christies Beach, SA. For service to medicine and to the South Australian Branch of the Australian Medical Association.

Dr Colleen Juanita Ann McDONOGH, Bathurst, NSW. For service to education, particularly in the field of higher education, and to the community.

Miss Margaret Bell MACFARLANE, Harrisville, Queensland. For service to nursing. Mr Alec Frank MacKELDEN, MC, Surfers Paradise, Queensland.

For service to the community, particularly as Chairman of the Skin and Cancer Foundation of Australia.

Mr Walter Richard McVITTY, Montville, Queensland. For service to the arts, particularly as an educator and publisher of children's literature.

Dr Frank Ian Russell MARTIN, Kew, Victoria. For service to medicine, particularly in the field of endocrinology and diabetes.

Mr Peter Edward MASON, Pymble, NSW. For service to the community as Chairman of the Children's Hospital Fund of the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children.

Mr Richard Chapman Hope MASON, OBE, Mosman, NSW. For service to industry and to the community.

Major Peter MAZENGARB, (Ret'd) Macgregor, ACT. For service to veterans.

Mrs Zosia (Sophie) MERCER, East St Kilda, Victoria. For service to the Jewish community.

Mr Ronald Glen MERTIN, Curtin, ACT. For service to Australian-Asian relations as a consultant and adviser on dairy plant management.

Mr Frank William MOSSFIELD, Blacktown, NSW. For service to industrial relations through the trade union movement and to the community.

Associate Professor Elaine Margaret MURPHY, Essendon, Victoria. For service to health, physical education and recreation.

Professor John Edward MURTAGH, Hughesdale, Victoria. For service to medicine, particularly in the areas of medical education, research and publishing.

Mr Trent Hugh Robert NATHAN, Alexandria, NSW. For service to the fashion industry.

Mr Leslie John NAYDA, Greenacres, SA. For service to the community, particularly in the area of Aboriginal welfare.

Mr Archibald John Alexander NELSON, Armidale, NSW. 2350 For service to education, particularly in the field of adult literacy.

The Reverend Peter John O'CONNOR, Maclean, NSW. For service to the community, particularly as Superintendent of the Brisbane City Mission.

Dr Hamilton Stuart PATTERSON, Alexandra Headland, Queensland. For service to medicine, particularly in the fields of general practice paediatrics and preventive medicine, and to the community.

Mr Gordon Charles PEARCE, Golden Bay, WA. For public service.

Mr Charles Ian PERDRIAU, Brighton, Victoria. For service to the community, particularly through Kiwanis International.

Mr Lloyd Stanley PERRON, Applecross, WA. For service to business and commerce and to the community.

Mr David Lee PRICE, OAM, Darling Point, NSW. For service to the community.

Mr Robert Albert RAYNOR, Toorak, Victoria. For service to the community through the Art Foundation of Victoria.

Mr Eric Walter REA, Taringa, Queensland. For service to people with hearing impairments.

Mrs Karin Victoria REDMAN, Mount Isa, Queensland. For service to education, particularly in the field of distance education.

Dr Robert Bruce REID, Kirribilli, NSW. For service to the community and to international relations.

Mr Kenneth James ROBERTS, Avalon Beach, NSW. For service to the pharmaceutical industry and for the promotion of medical research.

Miss Pamela ROBERTS, (Mrs Thorne), Balmain, NSW. For service to the community, particularly in the areas of adoption and child welfare.

Mr William ROCHE, Point Piper, NSW. For service to business and commerce.

Dr Ian Shearer RUSSELL, Parkville, Victoria. For service to medicine, particularly in the area of the management and control of breast cancer.

Mr Thomas Victor SHAW, Aspley, Queensland. For service to veterans and to the community.

Dr Damien Patrick SMITH, Glen Iris, Victoria. For service to optometry, particularly through the promotion of eye care in the Asia-Pacific region.

Dr David Floyd SMITH, Nagambie, Victoria. For service to primary industry.

Ms Patricia Jane STAUNTON, Newtown, NSW. For service to nursing.

Dr Toby Dix ST GEORGE, Chapel Hill, Queensland. For service to veterinary science, particularly in the field of veterinary virology.

Dr George Randall STIRLING, Kew, Victoria. For service to medicine, particularly in the field of cardio-thoracic surgery.

Ms Jillian de Pledge SYKES, Newtown, NSW. For service to the arts.

Emeritus Professor Michael Gleeson TAYLOR, Hunters Hill, NSW. For service to medicine, particularly in the field of physiology, and to health administration.

Mr Graham Elgin THOMSON, the Gap, Queensland. For service to education.

Sister Mary Felix THORBURN, Launceston, Tasmania. For service to nursing, particularly in the field of intensive care and operating theatre nursing.

Mr John James TREVILLIAN, Kensington, NSW. For service to the community as Executive Director of the New South Wales Australia Day Council.

Mrs Elizabeth Bell WILLIAMS, Warradale, SA. For service to the trade union movement and to the rights of women in the workforce.

Associate Professor Lesley Merle WILLIAMS, University of Queensland, St Lucia, Queensland. For service in the fields of education, science and the study of medical history.

OAM.

MEDAL OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA.

Miss Rowena Christine ALLSOP, Essendon, Victoria. For service to the community. Mr Maxwell Geoffrey ANDERSON, Barrabool, Victoria. For service to local government, the pastoral industry and to the community.

Mr Ronald Stuart ANDERSON, Carine, WA. For service to people with physical disabilities, particularly through sport.

Mr Cecil Ernest ANSTEY, Wavell Heights, Queensland. For service to sport, particularly cricket.

Mrs Margaret Hazeldine ASHNEY, Roma, Queensland. For service to children with disabilities.

Mr James Arthur BADGER, Belrose, NSW. For service to children's television and films.

Mrs Minnie Jane BAILEY, Trangie, NSW. For service to the community.

Mr Hilton William BAKER, QFSM, Strathfield, NSW. For service to greyhound racing.

Archbishop Aghan BALIOZIAN, North Manly, NSW. For service to the Armenian community, particularly as Primate of the Armenian Diocese of Australia.

Councillor Frederick William Scott BALLHAUSEN, Narromine, NSW. For service to local government and to the community.

Mr John Kerr BARNES, Eaglehawk, Victoria. For service to veterans.

Mr Ronald Edwin BARR, Sackville North, NSW. For service to youth, particularly as Founder of Youth Insearch.

Mr Irwin Prescott BARRETT-LENNARD, Wongan Hills, WA. For service to the community.

Mrs Rosilyn Ivy BAXTER, Longueville, NSW. For service to local government and to conservation.

Mr Arthur John BEAKLEY, Sandy Bay, Tasmania. For service to the community.

Miss Pamela North BELL, Boonah, Queensland. For service to the arts and to the support of artists.

Mr Raymond Claude BELL, Roselands, NSW. For service to youth, particularly through the Australian Air League.

Mrs Jill BENNETT, South Perth, WA. For service to people with intellectual disabilities.

Mrs Laura Mary BENNETT, Mentone, Victoria. For service to the community.

Councillor Peter Laurence BLACK, Broken Hill, NSW. For service to local government and to the community.

Mr Leslie Norman BLACKLEY, Hawker, ACT. For service to education.

Mrs Patricia Margaret BLASHKI, Springvale, Victoria. For service to the community.

Mr Harold McLennan BLUNDELL, Trinity Beach, Queensland. For service to veterans.

Mrs Dorothy Alice BOND, Wynnum West, Queensland. For service to community health, particularly through the Bayside Rheumatism and Arthritis Support Group.

Mr Louis William BOND, Morwell, Victoria. For service to local government and to the community.

Mr Albert (Bert) Edward BOWDEN, Wantirna, Victoria. For service to community music, particularly through the Victorian Bands League.

Mrs Mabel Emily BOWEN, North Balgowlah, NSW. For service to the community, particularly to aged people.

Mr Harold Power BOYD, Isle of Capri, Queensland. For service to veterans.

Father Martin Charles BRANAGAN, Cranbrook, Queensland. For service to the Redemptorist Order and to the Roman Catholic Church in North Queensland.

Mr James Hill BROWN, Kempsey, NSW. For service to veterans, to the community and to the New South Wales Parliament.

Ms Karen Mary BROWN, Blaxland, NSW. For service to the Aboriginal community and to hockey.

Mr Noel Edward BULLARD, Panania, NSW. For service to the community, particularly through the Charity Fundraising Committee, Revesby Workers' Club. Mr Ian Rutherford BULMER, Lakes Entrance, Victoria.

For service to the community, particularly as Chairman of the Tambo Water Board.

Mr Joseph Michael CAMILLERI, Woodlands, WA. For service to local government and to the community.

Mr Ronald Barry CAMPLIN, Bathurst, NSW. For service to radio broadcasting and to the community.

Mr Edward Francis CAROLAN, Roselands, NSW. For service to local government, to industrial relations and to the community.

Mr Kenneth John CARTNER, South Golden Beach, NSW. For service to the community, particularly through the Brunswick Valley and District Volunteer Rescue Association.

Mr Frederick James CHURCH, OBE, Wahroonga, NSW. For service to the community, particularly through the Baptist Community Services.

Mr Kingsley Juan CLARK, Nubeena, Tasmania. For service to veterans and to the community.

Mr John Lloyd CLEMENGER, Malvern, Victoria. For service to the Windana Society. Mrs Mary Imelda COCKS, Eden, NSW. For service to the community.

Mr Wilfred Kenneth COLLICOAT, Coburg, Victoria. For service to cricket.

Mrs Joy Lorraine CONNOLLY, Willetton, WA. For service to community health, particularly through SOLACE.

Mr William Harold COPELAND, Taroom, Queensland. For service to local government.

Miss Margaret Wren CORDEN, Curtin, ACT. For service to community health, particularly in the field of nutrition.

Sister Teresita (Joan) CORMACK, Cowandilla, SA. For service to education and to the Mary MacKillop Promotion Committee.

The Reverend Father Alan Alexander CORRY, Alice Springs, NT. For service to the community, particularly the Aboriginal community.

Mr Douglas George Elliott COWLES, Ballarat, Victoria. For service to the newspaper industry and to the community.

Mrs Frances Tonia CRAMPTON, Parramatta, NSW. For service to gymnastics.

Mr Neville Douglas CREW, Armidale, NSW. For service to adult education and community development programs.

Mr Douglas Henry CROSBY, West Pennant Hills, NSW. For service to the dairy industry and to sport, particularly golf.

Mrs Jean Margaret CRUMPLER, Glass House Mountains, Queensland. For service as a foster parent.

Ms Elizabeth CAMERON DALMAN, Bungendore, NSW. For service to contemporary dance.

Mr Raymond Neville DART, Bathurst, NSW. For service to the community.

Mrs Beverley DAVIS, Camberwell, Victoria. For service to Australian Jewish history and to the community.

Mr Jurij DECHNICZ, MBE, Berala, NSW. For service to the Ukrainian community.

Mr William Ross DELLER, Jolimont, Victoria. For service to Australian Rules football, particularly as the National Director of Umpiring.

Ms Lilian DIXON, Mt Lawley, WA. For service to assisting families in crisis and to establishing Youth Insearch, WA.

Miss Phyllis Margaret DRAY, Airlie Beach, Queensland. For service to nursing, particularly as Matron of Proserpine Hospital.

Mrs Fay Irene DRAYTON, Willoughby, NSW. For service to netball.

Miss Elizabeth DREGER, Wanneroo, WA. For service to aged people, to nursing and to the community.

Judith DURHAM, (Mrs Edgeworth), South Yarra, Victoria. For service to music, particularly as an entertainer and composer.

Mrs Margaret McLean EVANS, Berri, SA. For service to local government and to the community.

Mrs Winifred EVANS, Sans Souci, NSW. For service to aged people and to the community.

Mr Raymond Boultwood EWERS, Frankston, Victoria. For service to the arts, particularly as a sculptor.

Mr Robert Gordon FAIRLIE, DFC, Clareville, NSW. For service to the community, particularly through charitable and financial administration.

Mr Dennis FALL, Dodges Ferry, Tasmania. For service to local government and to the community.

William Brian FEGAN, MBE, Hackett, ACT. For service to veterans and to the Defence Widows Support Group.

The Reverend Arthur Lockhart FINLAY, Hornsby, NSW. For service to the Uniting Church in Australia, particularly St Ives Uniting Church, and to the community.

Mr Edward John FISHER, Tarwin Lower, Victoria. For service to local government and to the community, particularly aged people.

Ms Jill Louise FOGARTY, Blackheath, NSW. For service to the Podiatry Education and Training Section at the Sydney Institute of Technology.

Mrs Victoria Maria FONTANA, Fairfield, NSW. For service to the Italian community.

Mr Morris Zion FORBES, North Bondi, NSW. For service to the Australian Jewish Historical Society.

Mr John Grosvenor FRANCIS, Bundaberg, Queensland. For service to the sugar industry and to the community.

Dr George McLennan FRASER, Prospect, SA. For service to hospice and palliative care, particularly through the Mary Potter Hospice.

Mrs Clara Maud FREUDENSTEIN, Young, NSW. For service to the community.

Mrs Audrey Prescott FUHRER, Glenside, SA. For service to the Girl Guides Association of South Australia.

Mrs Pamela Wilhelmina GEDLING, Benalla, Victoria. For service to the Country Women's Association of Victoria.

Mrs Anna Ida GEORGOUSSIS, Vermont South, Victoria. For service to the Greek community, particularly the care of aged people.

Mrs Wensley Frances GOEBEL, Coorparoo, Queensland. For service to the Girl Guides' Association and to the community.

Mrs Florence Mavis GOLDFINCH, Lake Haven, NSW. For service to Toukley and District Senior Citizens.

Mr Frederick Richard GOLDFINCH, Lake Haven, NSW. For service to Toukley and District Senior Citizens.

Mr William Alexander GOLDING, Portland, Victoria. For service to the environment and to the development of the Great South West Walk.

The Reverend Dr Djiniyini GONDARRA, Darwin, NT. For service to the Uniting Church and the Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress.

Mr William James Pigott GOODMAN, Wollstonecraft, NSW. For service to surf lifesaving and to basketball.

Mr Desmond Lyle (Jim) GRAHAM, Armidale, NSW. For service to education, particularly at the Armidale School, and to the arts.

Mr Leslie Francis GRAHAM, Point Frederic, NSW. For service to the community.

Mrs Shirley Dorothea GRAHAM, Clontarf, Queensland. For service to the community, particularly through the Queensland Motor Neurone Society and the Girl Guides' Association.

Dr Brian Ashley GREED, Benalla, Victoria. For service to the community and to local government, particularly the Benalla Water Board.

Sister Marietta GREEN, Bourke, NSW. For service to education, particularly through the provision of specialised educational programmes for Aboriginal children.

Mrs Patricia Ann GREENHAM, Rochedale, Queensland. For service to the community through Fodder Drive '92.

Mr Geoffrey John GUEST, Petford North, Queensland. For service to the community, particularly disadvantaged youth.

Mrs Margaret Dawn GUTHRIE, Bribie Island, Queensland. For service to the community, particularly aged people, and to community arts.

Mrs Etheleen Veronica GUY, Risdon Vale, Tasmania. For service to the community. Mr James John GUY, Launceston, Tasmania. For service to cricket, particularly as an umpire and administrator.

Mr Trevor Frank HAGAN, Aroona, Queensland. For service to veterans, particularly the Vietnam Veterans' Association of Central Queensland.

Associate Professor John Kenneth HARCOURT, Glen Iris, Victoria. For service to dentistry and dental education.

Mr Robert Alexander Forbes HAY. For service to people with disabilities, particularly the visually impaired.

Miss Shirley Irene HEAYSMAN, Plympton, SA. For service to nursing, particularly as the Deputy Director of Nursing at Flinders Medical Centre.

Mr Leslie Edward HEWITT, Burnie, Tasmania. For service to the community.

Mr Ian Douglas HEYWOOD, Williamstown, Victoria. For service to music education and to community music.

Mr John Jacob HINES, Beaumont, SA. For service to the Jewish community and for developing and promoting exports from South Australia.

Mrs Caroline HOLMES, North Rockhampton, Queensland. For service to education, particularly for children who are deaf or hearing impaired.

Mr Leonard Christopher HOLT, Victoria Point, Queensland. For service to the community through Fodder Drive '92.

Mr Noel Anthony HOWARD, Kiama, NSW. For service to the care of aged people, particularly as the Executive Director of the Illawarra Retirement Trust.

Mr Patrick John HUGHES, Raymond Terrace, NSW. For service to the dairy farming industry, to local government and to the community.

Mr Fred HUNTRESS, Slacks Creek, Queensland. For service to the community of the Logan City district.

Mr Francis Laurence IVES, Wellington Point, Queensland. For service to sailing, particularly junior sailing in the Sabot class and 18 Footers.

Miss Elaine Margaret JOHNSTON, Bateau Bay, NSW. For service to women's and junior hockey on the Central Coast.

Mrs Marie Kathryn KAYS, Lenah Valley, Tasmania. For service to veterans and war widows, particularly as National President of the War Widows' Guild of Australia.

Miss Ida Maud KENNEDY, Aspley, Queensland. For service to education as Principal of Clayfield College (Brisbane).

Father William Patrick KENNEDY, O'Connor, ACT. For service to the community.

Mr Maxmillian John KLINGNER, Kirra, Queensland. For service to surf lifesaving. Mr Leonard KOSCHEL, Finley, NSW. For service to the community and to cricket.

Mr John Alfred KOSOVICH, Baskerville, WA. For service to the wine industry.

Mr Antanas Viktoras KRAMILIUS, Canley Heights, NSW. For service to the Lithuanian community.

Chief Commissioner Stacey Lester KRUCK, OBE, Brisbane, Queensland.

For service to the community through Everyman's Welfare Service.

Mr Frederick Noel LAKIN, Taroona, Tasmania. For service to education and to the community.

Mr Allan Bruce LEAKE, Labrador, Queensland. For service to jazz music.

Sergeant Stanley George LEAN, Mt Morgan, Queensland. For service to the community.

Mr Gordon Falconer Gearing LEE, MBE, Victoria Point, Queensland. For service to veterans and to the community.

The Reverend Dr Sang Taek LEE, Strathfield, NSW. For service to the Korean community.

Mr Russell George LEITCH, Birkdale, Queensland. For service to the Employers' Federation of New South Wales.

Mr Spencer Hardinge LOGUE, Howrah, Tasmania. For service to the hospitality and tourism industries.

Mr Joseph Lewis LONSDALE, Main Beach, Queensland. For service to veterans and to the community.

Lieutenant Colonel Austen George Francis Eliott LOVEDAY, RFD, ED, (retired) Toowoomba, Queensland. For service to education, particularly children with learning difficulties.

Mrs Bonita Grace LOVITT, South Springvale, Victoria. For service to the Kingston Centre and to the community.

Mr Gary Joseph James LYNAGH, Carseldine, Queensland. For service to rowing.

Mr Joseph John McCORLEY, North Rockhampton, Queensland. For service to education.

Mr Paul Newman McCULLOUGH, Netley, SA. For service to marching.

Councillor John Bruce MACDONALD, West Rosebud, Victoria. For service to local government.

Mr Gerard Majella McGUIRE, Earlwood, NSW. For service to the Dental Technicians' Association and the Dental Prosthetists' Association.

Mr Neil Alexander McLEAN, Spring Gully, Victoria. For service to the community. Mrs Eleanor Hope McSWAN, Maclean, NSW. For service to local history and to the community.

Mrs Aelsie Rose MAGNUS, Auchenflower, Queensland. For service to the National Council of Jewish Women.

Mrs Wendy Sheila MANDER, Mt Claremont, WA. For service to children with learning disabilities.

Mr Ronald George MAPP, Brisbane, Queensland. For service to surf lifesaving.

Mrs Mavis Joy MARTIN, Blair Athol, SA. For service to veterans through the Royal Australian Air Force Association (SA).

Mr Ross Thomas MARTIN, Willunga, SA. For service to the community.

Mr Alwyn Charles MAUCH, Yangan, Queensland. For service to gliding and to the community.

Mr David Lynton MENADUE, Elwood, Victoria. For service to community health, particularly assisting people with HIV/AIDS.

Mrs Margaret (Peg) MINTY, Campbell, ACT. For service to the visual arts as a landscape painter.

Mrs Lorna May MITCHELL, BEM, Kalgoorlie, WA. For service to the community.

Mr Alberto MODOLO, Vaucluse, NSW. For service to the tourism and hospitality industries.

Mr John Patrick MONAHAN, Swan Hill, Victoria. For service to Australian Rules football through the Victorian Country Football League.

Mr John Francis MORAHAN, MBE, Yowie Bay, NSW. For service to the community, particularly through the Society of St Vincent de Paul.

Mrs Patricia Mary MORRISEY, Balgowlah, NSW. For service to the Catholic Women's League and to fundraising for the disadvantaged.

Mr William James MORROW, DFC, Newtown, Geelong, Victoria. For service to the Geelong Historical Society and to historical research.

Mrs Mary Heaford MURRAY, Mooloolaba, Queensland. For service to the community as a fundraiser and for the establishment of the Mary Murray Welfare Committee.

Commander George Michael NEKRASOV, RAN, (Ret'd), Beaumaris, Victoria.

For service to the Russian community.

Mr Alexander NELSON, Mallacoota, Victoria. For service to the community as a volunteer fundraiser for local charities and community welfare projects.

Mr Michael Joseph NORTON, Leongatha South, Victoria. For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Paralympic Games, Lillehammer, 1994.

Mr James Francis O'BRIEN, Port Macquarie, NSW. For service to the trade union movement.

Mr James William O'CALLAGHAN, Wangaratta, Victoria. For service to aged people and to the community.

Mrs Audrey Campbell OERTEL, Peakhurst, NSW. For service to music as an accompanist and singing coach.

Mrs Geraldine Joyce PACK, Chatswood, NSW. For service to the Australian Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.

The Honourable Ernest Noel PARK, DSO, ED (died 14.9.1994) Tamworth, NSW. For service to the New South Wales Parliament and to the community.

Mr Edward Henry George PASK, South Melbourne, Victoria. For service to dance history as an archivist, lecturer and broadcaster.

Mrs Eunice Olive PETERSON, New Town, Tasmania. For service to swimming, particularly through the Tasmanian Amateur Swimming Association.

Mrs Irene PETTIFORD, Yenda, NSW. For service to youth and to the community.

Mr Maurice Arthur PHILLIPS, Robinvale, Victoria. For service to the community.

Dr Jean Margaret PIAGGIO, (Mrs Leworthy), Bundaberg, Queensland. For service to medicine and to the community.

Mr Kerry George PINK, Burnie, Tasmania. For service to journalism.

Mr Stanley Bruce PITT, Salisbury Plain, SA. For service to hockey.

Ms Frances Anthonette POLLON, Leura, NSW. For service to researching and recording local history.

Mr William Frederick POWELL, McLaren Vale, SA. For service to the welfare of veterans.

Miss Helena PUGH, Darlington Point, NSW. For service to the community.

Mr Francis Xavier PURCELL, Werribee, Victoria. For service to the law, particularly Aboriginal land rights, and to the community.

Mrs Jane RAFFIN, Orange, NSW. For service to the arts, particularly through the promotion of regional art galleries.

Mr Shakib Abraham RASHEED, Fullarton, SA. For service to the community.

Mrs Lydia Mikhailovna RASOUMOVSKY, Revesby, NSW. For service to the community.

Mr Warren Allen RENNIE, Cronulla, NSW. For service to surf lifesaving.

Mrs Evelyn Mary RIMINGTON, Mordialloc, Victoria. For service to conservation and the environment.

Mr Jack ROBERTS, Happy Valley, SA. For service to local government and to the community.

Miss Violet Frances ROBINSON, Gunnedah, NSW. For service to the community, particularly children and Aboriginal people.

Mr Kevin James ROCHE, Centennial Park, NSW. For service to the security industry.

Mr Brian Donald ROEBIG, Samford, Queensland. For service to the insurance industry.

Mr Peter Charles RORKE, Toowoomba, Queensland. For service to music.

Dr John Layton ROUSE, Toorak, Victoria. For service to horticulture, particularly the cultivation and propagation of Vireya Rhododendrons.

Dr Brian Gordon SANDO, North Adelaide, SA. For service to sports medicine.

The Reverend Father Seraphim SANZ de GALDEANO, MBE, New Norcia, WA.

For service to the Aboriginal community at Kalumburu Mission.

Mrs Daphne Elizabeth SCHLIPALIUS, Sale, Victoria. For service to charities through fundraising.

Mr Leonard Marshal SCHLIPALIUS, Sale, Victoria. For service to charities through fundraising.

Mr Edmond Joseph SCOTT, Rainworth, Queensland. For service to sport.

Mrs Elizabeth Jane SCRIVENER, Gwent, Wales. For service to the ACT Cancer Society and to the community.

Mr Charles Joseph SEARSON, Wanneroo, WA. For service to the Speech and Hearing Centre for Deaf Children WA (Inc) and to the community.

Mrs Hazel Joan SIMS, West Croydon, SA. For service to women's bowling and indoor bias bowls.

Mrs Jeanette McDonald SLADE, Armidale, NSW. For service to women's hockey.

Mr Archibald Edmund SMITH, Werribee, Victoria. For service to police/community relations.

Dr Ernest Walter SMITH, Swan Hill, Victoria. For service to art administration and promotion, particularly as Director of the Swan Hill Regional Gallery of Contemporary Art.

Mr Stuart David SOUTHWICK, Elwood, Victoria. For service to local government and to the community.

Mr John Charles STAINES, Coobowie, SA. For service to the community.

Mr Arnold Lloyd STEPHENS, Bicheno, Tasmania. For service to the Bicheno Players and to the community.

Mrs Esna May STEWART, Mosman, NSW. For service to swimming and to women's bowling.

Mrs Lillian Mabel STUBBS, Fairfield, NSW. 2165 For service to the community.

Mr Ronald Keith SUICH, Heathcote, Victoria. For service to Templestowe High School and to the Victorian Council of School Organisations.

Mr Walter SUMMERTON, Ivanhoe, Victoria. For service to the Totally and Permanently Disabled Soldiers' Association and to the Australian Funeral Directors' Association.

Mr Phillip SYMONS, Caulfield, Victoria. For service to the community.

Mr Colin John THOMAS, Sandgate, Queensland. For service to community music, particularly band music.

Mrs Norma Jean THOMAS, (died 8.11.94) Dianella, WA. For service to the community, particularly through the Australian Red Cross.

Mr Harry THOMPSON, West Hobart, Tasmania. For service to badminton.

Mr Norman Collingwood TILLEY, Launceston, Tasmania. For service to pistol shooting and to the Australian Booksellers' Association (Tas).

Mrs Daphne Miriam Mary TODD, Marleston, SA. For service to sport and to the community.

The Most Venerable Phuoc Hue THICH (Van Canh TRAN), Wetherill Park, NSW. For service to the Vietnamese community.

Mr David Stanley TURFREY, Grove, Tasmania. For service to the care of aged people.

Mr Raymond Mervyn TYSON, KPFSM, BEM, Coogee, NSW. For service to the community through the New South Wales Volunteer Rescue Association.

Miss Rachel VALLER, (Mrs Travers), Bondi Junction, NSW. For service to music, particularly as a pianist.

Mr Salvino Emmanuel VELLA, Blacktown, NSW. For service to soccer and to the Maltese community.

Mrs Ivy Katherine Frances VOWLES, Kensington, SA. For service to the care of aged people.

Mr Paul WADE, Rowville, Victoria. For service to youth and the community through the Anti-Smoking and Drug Offensive campaigns and to soccer.

Mrs Doreen Marian WALDING, Marion, SA. For service to women's lawn bowls.

Mr Harry Lachlan WALLACE, Beecroft, NSW. For service to the community and to the development of the AUSBUY campaign.

Mr Allan WARBURTON, Woolsthorpe, Victoria. For service to local government and to the community.

Dr Matheus John WASHYN, Beverley, SA. For service to the Ukrainian community.

Mr Robert George WEBSTER, Alexandra, Victoria. For service to veterans and to the community.

Mr Cyril Charles Arthur WENDT, Bundaberg, Queensland. For service to band music as a drum major, drill adjudicator and administrator.

Mr Kenneth William WILDER, Burradoo, NSW. For service to the publishing industry.

Mr Charles Stanley WILLIAMS, Buderim, Queensland. For service to the community, through the State Emergency Service and Australian Red Cross, and to veterans. Mr Lester Joseph WILLIAMS, Toogoolawah, Queensland. For service to local government and to the community.

Mr Kenneth Stanley WILLIAMSON, Cooroy, Queensland. For service to veterans, particularly through the Korea Association of Australia and the South-East Asia Forces Association.

Mr Jack WILLIS, Monash, ACT. For service to the promotion of recreational activities, particularly lawn bowls, for the disabled.

Mr Eric Ronald WILSON, Allingham, Queensland. For service to the development of industry and tourism in the Hinchinbrook and Cardwell areas.

Dr Robert Melville WITHERS, Donvale, Victoria. For service to horticulture, specialising in camellias, rhododendrons and liliums.

Mr John Albert WOOD, Mater Hill, Queensland. For service to the retail food industry and to the community.

Mr Donald Adrian WOOLNOUGH, Yarram, Victoria. For service to lawn bowls.

Mr Maurice Reginald WORTHY, Croydon, Victoria. For service to the welfare and rehabilitation of prisoners.

Mr Joseph Charles WROTH, Toodyay, WA. For service to the community.

Mr Raymond Frederick YEE, Fannie Bay, NT. For service to the Chinese community. Mrs Nancy Melva YORK, Rosanna, Victoria. For service to community health, particularly through the Mental Health Auxiliaries of Victoria.

MILITARY AND OTHER HONORS.

AC.

COMPANION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA.

AUSTRALIAN ARMY.

Lieutenant-General John Stuart BAKER, AO, Cook ACT. For exceptional service to the Government as Vice Chief of the Australian Defence Force.

AO.

OFFICERS OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA.

AUSTRALIAN ARMY.

Major-General Geoffrey David CARTER, AM, Red Hill ACT. For distinguished service to the Australian Army, particularly as Deputy Chief of the General Staff.

ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE.

Air Commodore Robert Victor RICHARDSON, Canowindra NSW. For outstanding service to the Royal Australian Air Force as the Air Officer Commanding Training Command.

AM.

MEMBERS OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA.

ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY.

Captain Geoffrey Raymond COLE, Garden Island NSW. For exceptional service to the Royal Australian Navy and Naval Support Command, particularly as the Commanding Officer of the now decommissioned HMAS Nirimba.

Warrant Officer Barry William KANE, Aberfoyle Park SA. For outstanding devotion to duty with the Royal Australian Navy, particularly as the Fleet Warrant Officer Signals Yeoman.

Captain Ivan Anthony SHEARER, RFD, RANR Paddington NSW. For distinguished service and exceptional performance of duty to the Royal Australian Navy and the Australian Defence Force, particularly in the fields of international law and training of naval lawyers.

AUSTRALIAN ARMY.

Brigadier Peter John ABIGAIL, Wanniassa ACT. For exceptional service to the Australian Army in command and staff appointments.

Lieutenant-Colonel Peter Robert BALL, Eight Mile Plains Queensland.

For distinguished service to the Australian Army as the Commanding Officer of the 9th Battalion, the Royal Queensland Regiment.

Brigadier Peter James BRAY, Isaacs ACT. For distinguished service to the Australian Army, particularly as the Commander 4th Military District and Director General of Personnel Support Army.

Colonel Peter Malcolm DINHAM, Wanniassa ACT. For exceptional service to the Australian Army and Australian Defence Force in the fields of personnel support and health administration.

Colonel David William KIBBEY, Canberra ACT. For outstanding service to the Australian Army, particularly as Colonel, Headquarters Training Command and Commandant, 1st Recruit Training Battalion, Kapooka.

Lieutenant-Colonel Michael Bernard O'BRIEN, United Nations Truce Supervision Organisation, Israel. For distinguished service to the Australian Army, particularly with the 1st Armored Regiment.

Principal Chaplain Ernest Theodore SABEL, Mollymook NSW. For exceptional service to the Australian Army in the field of chaplaincy.

Lieutenant Colonel John Yew Hong TEH, Yeronga Queensland. For exceptional service to the Australian Army, particularly in the field of Army Health Services.

Brigadier Gregory Ramon THOMAS, Ingleburn NSW. For outstanding service to the Australian Army, particularly in establishing the Defence National Storage and Distribution Centre.

ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE.

Group Captain Gary William KIRK, RAAF Base Edinburgh SA. For outstanding service to the Royal Australian Air Force, particularly as the Director of Personnel Airmen and Officer Commanding Base No.

304 Air Base Wing, Edinburgh.

Wing Commander John Archibald LONGRIGG, Medowie NSW. For outstanding service to the Royal Australian Air Force, particularly in the formation and development of the Tactical Fighter Logistics Management Squadron at RAAF Williamtown.

Air Commodore Peter Gervase NICHOLSON, Cottesloe WA. For exceptional service as Commander Northern Command.

Group Captain Clarence James STJERNQVIST, Weetangera ACT. For outstanding service to the Royal Australian Air Force, particularly as director of personnel airmen.

OAM.

MEDAL OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA.

ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY.

Commander Antony Keith ANDERSON, Holder ACT. For conspicuous service to the Royal Australian Navy and the Australian Defence Force in the development of future defence capabilities, particularly the Training and Helicopter Support Ship Project.

Chief Petty Officer Rodney Thomas COUGHRAN-LANE, Frankston Victoria.

For meritorious service to the Royal Australian Navy, particularly in the field of ceremonial music as Drum Major, Royal Australian Navy Band, Melbourne.

Lieutenant William Kenneth McMILLAN, Narraweena NSW. For outstanding devotion to duty with the Royal Australian Navy, particularly with regard to his unstinting efforts in ensuring the highest possible standards of underwater warfare.

Warrant Officer Ian Alan RUSHTON, Somers Victoria. For meritorious service, outstanding professionalism and exceptional devotion to duty with the Royal Australian Navy as the sports officer at HMAS Cerberus.

AUSTRALIAN ARMY.

Warrant Officer Class One David Arthur ALLEN, Townsville Queensland.

For exemplary service to the Australian Army as the Regimental Sergeant Major of the Puckapunyal Logistic Battalion.

Warrant Officer Class One William Frank BOWSER, Strathpine Queensland.

For conspicuous service to the Australian Army in the field of military intelligence.

Warrant Officer Class Two Craig Andrew COLEMAN, Mitchelton Queensland.

For exceptional service to the Australian Army, particularly while serving with the Cambodian Mine Action Centre.

Warrant Officer Class One Lloyd Thomas GOUGH, Toolakea Queensland.

For outstanding service to the Australian Army, particularly as the Regimental Sergeant Major of 3rd Combat Engineer Regiment.

Warrant Officer Class One Kevin Andrew HALL, Miranda NSW. For outstanding service to the Australian Army, particularly in the field of logistics.

Warrant Officer Class Two Alexander John McDADE, Daisy Hill Queensland. For outstanding service to the Australian Army, particularly as the Battery Sergeant Major of 104th and 41st Field Batteries.

Warrant Officer Class One Peter Stanley SIMS, South Coogee NSW. For distinguished service to the Australian Army, particularly with the Army Community Service in Sydney and Darwin.

Warrant Officer Class One Barry TOLLEY, Currajong Queensland. For outstanding service to the Australian Army, particularly in the field of training.

Warrant Officer Class Two Charles Thomas TOURNOFF, Oakey Queensland.

For outstanding service to the Australian Army, particularly in the field of training at the School of Army Aviation.

ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE.

Chaplain Flight Lieutenant Rodney Graham ACREMAN, Townsville Queensland. For meritorious service to the Royal Australian Air Force, particularly in the field of pastoral care.

Flight Sergeant Lindsay Graham CURTIS, Banksia Park SA. For meritorious service to the Royal Australian Air Force, particularly in the field of telecommunications management at RAAF Wagga and RAAF Edinburgh.

Flight Sergeant Shayne Thomas FLYNN, Silkstone Queensland. For meritorious service to the Royal Australian Air Force, particularly in the field of Non-Destructive Inspection at No 501 Wing, Amberley.

Squadron Leader Robyne Louise GREEN, Bellbowrie Queensland. For meritorious service to the Royal Australian Air Force, particularly in the field of administrative management.

CS.

CONSPICUOUS SERVICE CROSS.

ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY.

Commander Elizabeth Jane COLES, Avenue, Queanbeyan NSW. For conspicuous service as the Staff Officer responsible for equal employment opportunity and related matters on the Headquarters Australian Defence Force Staff.

Commander David Lindsay GARNOCK, Jervis Bay ACT. For conspicuous service to the Royal Australian Navy and outstanding performance as the leader of the Good Working Relationships Project.

Captain Patrick James OATES, Campbell ACT. For conspicuous service to the Royal Australian Navy and the Australian Defence Force as Director Defence Force Pay and Allowances.

Petty Officer Kevin Lee ROLLINS, Two Wells SA. For outstanding devotion to duty with the Royal Australian Navy while posted as the radio supervisor onboard HMAS Sydney.

Petty Officer Michael William SPARKES, Kogarah NSW. For conspicuous service to the Royal Australian Navy in the performance of duties as Petty Officer-in-Charge of the wardroom and main galleys at HMAS Watson.

AUSTRALIAN ARMY.

Warrant Officer Class One Callum William BARNES, Florey ACT. For conspicuous service to the Australian Army as Chief Clerk of the Office of the Chief of the General Staff.

Lieutenant-Colonel Brian Robert DAWSON, Annandale Queensland. For conspicuous service to the Australian Army as the Senior Staff Officer Plans on Force Headquarters, United Nations Operation in Somalia.

Captain Paul Robert O'BRIEN, Manly West, Queensland. For conspicuous service to the Australian Army as a Movement Officer for the United Nations Operation in Somalia.

Major Valerie Joan PEPPLER, Portsea Victoria. For conspicuous service to the Australian Army as the Officer Commanding Support Wing School of Army Health.

Colonel Robin Terence REGAN, Road, Canterbury Victoria. For conspicuous service to the Australian Army with Headquarters Logistic Command.

Sergeant David James SAVVAS, Liverpool Military Area NSW. For conspicuous service to the Australian Army, particularly at the scene of a fatal military truck and a civilian bus accident in Malaysia on 23 September 1993.

Major John Raymond TOLMIE, Wattle Grove NSW. For conspicuous service with Headquarters 1st Brigade.

Lieutenant-Colonel Stephen YATES, Larrakeyah Barracks, Darwin NT. For conspicuous service to the Australian Army in the field of operational planning.

ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE.

Flight Lieutenant Peter John BRUCE, Croydon North Victoria. For service to the Royal Australian Air Force as Deputy Chief Inspector of the Chemical Destruction Group while serving with the United Nations Special Commission in Iraq.

Squadron Leader Ian Graham GLENDINNING, RAAF Base, Edinburgh SA. For outstanding service to the Royal Australian Air Force, particularly in the field of facilities management.

Group Captain Dudley Francis McARDLE, Giralang ACT. For conspicuous service to the Australian Defence Force, particularly as the Director of Families Information and Liaison Staff.

Warrant Officer Arthur John ROWE, Northmead NSW. For conspicuous service to the Royal Australian Air Force as the Warrant Officer-in- Charge Receipts and Warehousing at No 2 Stores Depot, Regents Park.

Flight Sergeant Wayne Patrick SCHOFIELD, Hughes ACT. For conspicuous service to the Royal Australian Air Force in the field of aircraft maintenance management.

Squadron Leader David John WILLCOX, Seaham NSW. For conspicuous service to the Royal Australian Air Force in the field of tactical fighter operations and as the Executive Officer No 3 Squadron, Williamtown.

NSC.

NURSING SERVICE CROSS.

AUSTRALIAN ARMY.

Corporal Timothy John HAYDEN, Nowra NSW. For exceptional dedication and devotion to duty to the Australian Army, particularly following a motor vehicle accident near the Paluda Camp in Malaysia on 23 September 1993.

CSM.

CONSPICUOUS SERVICE MEDAL.

ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY.

Able Seaman Phillip John DURNAN, Woolloomooloo NSW. For conspicuous service to the Royal Australian Navy, particularly as the safety equipment sailor on board HMAS Perth.

Chief Petty Officer Jeffrey Thomas ELLIS, Glenroy Victoria. For outstanding devotion to duty with the Royal Australian Navy as Chief Boatswain's Mate on board HMAS Darwin.

Warrant Officer Rayleen Ann LEECHMAN, Monash ACT. For exceptional performance and devotion to the Royal Australian Navy and the Australian Defence Force while posted to the Defence Signals Directorate.

Commander Helen Elizabeth MARKS, Wangaratta Victoria. For meritorious service to the Royal Australian Navy as the Director of Naval Personal Services.

Petty Officer Michael John MOORE, Winnellie NT. For exceptional service to the Royal Australian Navy while employed on board HMAS Launceston.

Chief Petty Officer Graeme Hugh POCKNEE, Florey ACT. For exemplary service to the Royal Australian Navy in the management of the Stonefish Exercise Mine Project.

AUSTRALIAN ARMY.

Sergeant Leslie Andrew D'MONTE, Paddington NSW. For conspicuous service to the Australian Army as an Intelligence Analyst at Force Headquarters, United Nations Operations in Somalia.

Lieutenant-Colonel Jeffery DUNN, Parap NT. For conspicuous service to the Australian Army Reserve in the Northern Region.

Major James GRANT, Singleton NSW. For conspicuous service to the Australian Army and the Australian Defence Force in the development of small-arms skills.

Captain Craig John HARRIS, Kapooka NSW. For conspicuous service to the Australian Army in the development and maintenance of buildings and works at the Kapooka Military Area.

Major Harold Linden HARRIS, Wakeley NSW. For conspicuous service to the Australian Army as the Community Service Officer in the Liverpool and Moorebank areas.

Warrant Officer Class One Carol Bernadette KELLY, Singleton NSW. For conspicuous service to the Australian Army, particularly in the welfare of soldiers and families as Community Service Officer in the Singleton area.

Sergeant Glenn James LEE, Smithfield NSW. For conspicuous service to the Australian Army as the Warehousing Sergeant of Supply Company, 1st Brigade Administrative Support Battalion.

Warrant Officer Class Two Paul Franc LESKOVEC, Kangaroo Flat Victoria. For conspicuous service to the Australian Army in the development of, and technical support for, computer mapping systems at the Army Survey Regiment.

Captain Annette Maree OWTTRIM, Ingleburn NSW. For conspicuous service to the Australian Army in the field of medical resuscitation and intensive care.

Sergeant Kieran PHELAN, Port Wakefield SA. For conspicuous service to the Australian Army as a member of the operations staff, Proof and Experimental Establishment Port Wakefield.

Warrant Officer Class Two Leonard Charles Wesley SMITH, Wanniassa ACT.

For conspicuous service to the Australian Army and the Australian Defence Force as the manager of the Transport Section within Supply Squadron at the Australian Defence Force Academy.

Major Stephen Charles VENN, RFD, Lilydale Victoria. For conspicuous service to the Australian Army as a Battery Commander with the 22nd Field Battery, 2nd/10th Medium Regiment.

ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE.

Corporal Peter Colin JOHNSON, Werribee Victoria. For outstanding service to the Royal Australian Air Force in developing training specifications and graduation requirements for driver training for suppliers.

Wing Commander William Michael JOHNSON, Phillip ACT. For conspicuous service to the Royal Australian Air Force as the Commanding Officer No 77 Squadron, Williamtown.

Flying Officer Cheryl Ann LAMBERT, Edinburgh SA. For outstanding service to the Royal Australian Air Force, particularly as the Officer-in-Charge of the Stock Transfer Team at No. 2 Stores Depot, Regents Park.

Flight Lieutenant Brian William McBRIDE, Canberra ACT. For conspicuous service to the Royal Australian Air Force in the design and development of the Electronic Warfare Software Support Facility.

Squadron Leader Terence Gordon RYAN, Townsville Queensland. For conspicuous service to the Royal Australian Air Force in the field of administrative support.

Flight Sergeant Anthony Peter SCALES, Amberley Queensland. For conspicuous service to the Royal Australian Air Force in the field of motor transport maintenance management.

PSM.

PUBLIC SERVICE MEDAL.

COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE.

Mr Leonard William BROADBRIDGE, Booragoon WA. For outstanding public service as Western Australia Regional Director, Bureau of Meteorology.

Ms Robyn Lloyd BRUCE, Fraser ACT. For outstanding public service in the development and delivery of the Australian Taxation Office's Technical Officer Development program.

Mr Andrew BUCHANAN, Lindfield NSW. For outstanding public service as general manager of Regional Radio Stations, Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

Mr Peter Keith BURNETT, Giralang ACT. For outstanding public service, particularly in leading the ACT taskforce responsible for establishing a separate ACT Government Service.

Mr Edward Ritchie COLE, Narrabundah ACT. For outstanding public service especially as Commonwealth advocate in the 1993 national review of wage principles.

Mr Alan John COLLETT, Evatt ACT. For outstanding public service in developing and implementing initiatives relating to apprenticeships, workplace reforms and enterprise bargaining.

Ms Pepita Helen CONLON, Sydney NSW. For outstanding public service as studio producer of ABC Radio Current Affairs, especially in training ABC broadcasters and current affairs support staff.

Mrs Lavena Dawn EVANS, the Junction NSW. For outstanding public service especially contributing to establishing and promoting the Women's Bureau and to the Department of Employment, Education and Training's enterprise agreement.

Mr Steven Bulkeley GAVIN, Canberra ACT. For outstanding public service as Associate Commissioner, Australian Federal Police, especially in the area of the Commonwealth's law enforcement.

Mr Barry Richard JONES, Wanniassa ACT. For outstanding public service, particularly in advising the Government on the formulation of policy and legislation for the Native Title Act.

Dr Keith Henry LOKAN, Surrey Hills Victoria. For outstanding public service in radiological protection research, development and practice.

Mrs Helene MILLER, Randwick NSW. For outstanding public service, particularly to the development of public awareness of the Translating and Interpreting Service.

Ms Anthea TINNEY, Fisher ACT. For outstanding public service as Director of the Cabinet Office, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Mr Andrew John WHILLAS, Canberra ACT. For outstanding public service, particularly as leader of the Australian aid project, the Mekong River Friendship Bridge.

NSW PUBLIC SERVICE.

Mrs Susan BIDDLE, Picnic Point NSW. For outstanding public service to the NSW Probation Service, particularly to client services.

Mrs Euphemia Macfadyen BOOTH, Oberon NSW. For outstanding public service to local government and the community in the Oberon region.

Mr Warren John FOWLER, Korora, NSW. For outstanding public service to NSW Public Works, particularly to client management services in the Coffs Harbor region.

Mr Terence Bertrandt GORRELL, Bass Hill NSW. For outstanding public service to the Parliament of New South Wales.

Mr Robert James MARMONT, Hay NSW. For outstanding public service to the Ambulance Service of NSW and the local community in the Hay region.

Mr Kevin John SLOANE, Lalor Park, NSW. For outstanding public service to local government, particularly to community event management.

Mr Ian Cecil SMALLS, Castle Hill NSW. For outstanding public service to the Department of Water Resources, particularly to water management and water quality.

Mrs Patricia Jean WILSON, Goonellabah NSW. For outstanding public service to education.

VICTORIAN PUBLIC SERVICE.

Mr Murray Sidney DONALDSON, East Melbourne Victoria. For outstanding public service in developing the Special Investigation Group, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.

Miss Patricia Anne HINCHEY, Ararat Victoria. For outstanding public service in the field of nursing education at both the Ararat Hospital and at regional level.

Mr Neil Bedford LUCAS, Berwick Victoria. For outstanding public service to local government especially to the City of Berwick Mrs Carole Joy SEYMOUR, Ballarat Victoria. For outstanding public service, dedication and commitment to the School of Mines and Industries Ballarat Ltd.

Mr Rodney Charles SOAR, Ballarat Victoria, For outstanding public service and innovative developments in the area of rehabilitation psychiatry in the Grampians region.

Mr Peter STANSFIELD, Warrandyte Victoria. For outstanding public service during a distinguished career in public libraries.

Ms Doreen STOVES, Narre Warren Victoria. For outstanding public service to the Allambie Reception Centre and to Communit

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