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Mazal tov to our honourees, who make up the 1,042 Australians who have been recognised in this year’s Australia Day Honours.“Recipients come from all parts of the country,” said the Governor General.
“They have served and had an impact in just about every field you can imagine; their stories and backgrounds are diverse.
We value their service, thank them for their hard work and selflessness and, today, celebrate them.
For the second consecutive Honours list, the majority of recipients in the General Division are women.
Full coverage in next week’s AJN.
MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA (AM) June Factor (VIC) For significant service to literature, to history, and to the community.
Ron Ferster (NSW) For significant service to the community through a range of organisations.
Catherine Fritz-Kalish (NSW) For significant service to the corporate sector through developing public policy Julian Gold (NSW) For significant service to medicine as a clinical epidemiologist and researcher, and to community health Professor Gisela Kaplan (NSW) For significant service to science education through research into animal behaviour Peter Lewinsky (VIC) For significant service to the community, to public administration, and to business Jonathan Pinshaw (NSW) (Posthumous) For significant service to business, and to the Jewish community Richard Potok (NSW) For significant service to the Indigenous community, to education, and to the law MEDAL OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA (OAM) Vic Alhadeff (NSW) For service to the Jewish community, and to the media Starlette Beaumont (Isaacs) (NSW) For service to medicine, and to community health Vivienne Elton (VIC) For service to psychiatry, and to the community George Freund (NSW) For service to the Jewish community of Sydney Lesley Gaspar (VIC) For service to the Jewish community of Victoria Peter Gaspar (VIC) For service to the Jewish community of Victoria Frank Greenstein (VIC) For service to the community through political engagement Gary Inberg (NSW) For service to the Jewish community of New South Wales, and to business Tonina Joel (VIC) For service to the community through social welfare initiatives Barbara Kessel (VIC) For service to the community through social welfare organisations Colin Krycer (VIC) For service to the LGBTIQ community Peter Levi (VIC) For service to business, and to the community Arne Rubinstein (NSW) For service to youth Rose Temple (NSW) For service to the Jewish community Get The AJN Newsletter by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign Up

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