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For service to the community through contributions to the development of government policies in relation to social security reform, as an advocate for women's issues, particularly in the health and welfare areas, and as a supporter of local organisations in Tasmania. For service to education through leadership and representational roles in the secondary and tertiary sectors and with professional organisations, and to school rugby union football. For service to women and their families in rural and remote areas through contributions to the development of policies relating to health and welfare, aged care, local government and reconciliation.
Professor Eric Charles REYNOLDS University of Melbourne.
For service in the field of international humanitarian relief and to children in South-East Asia, particularly in Vietnam, through the establishment and administration of education and social welfare programs. For service to librarianship through the facilitation of wider community access to the collections of the National Library of Australia, the preservation of cultural heritage in digital forms, and collaboration with other collecting agencies nationally and internationally. For service to the community through philanthropy and support for a broad range of health and aged care, medical research, child welfare and cultural organisations.
The Honourable Justice Alan Henry GOLDBERG Melbourne.
For service to the community through fostering the development of educational institutions in Australia and Israel, promoting tolerance and co-operation, and contributing to a broad range of charitable organisations.
The Honourable Justice Jane Hamilton MATHEWS Sydney.
For service to the judiciary, particularly in the areas of competition law and equity, and to the community as a contributor to debate on human rights and civil liberties, and as a supporter of the arts. For service as an educator and researcher in the field of information systems and to the development of applications for electronic commerce in the agribusiness sector. For service to clinical genetics, particularly as a researcher and practitioner, to education, and to the community as a contributor to the debate on the ethical, legal and social implications in science. For service to the community as a benefactor to a broad range of educational, health, social welfare, environmental, youth and cultural organisations, and to international humanitarian relief through the activities of Care Australia.
Isador Alexander MAGID AM, deceased Late of Melbourne.For service to the Australian automotive industry through contributions to policy formulation, economic reform initiatives and the development of environmental and safety standards.The Reverend Timothy Ewen COSTELLO Elsternwick, Vic.For service to the community as a benefactor to a broad range of educational, health, social welfare, environmental, youth and cultural organisations, and to international humanitarian relief through the activities of Care Australia. For service to science as a researcher and academic in the area of physical chemistry, and to the community through support for the activities of the Ian Potter Foundation and Philanthropy Australia. For service to furthering Australian international interests and the development of trade links, particularly in negotiating a bilateral agreement with China for the supply of energy. For service to engineering, science, industry and the environment as an inventor, and through contributions in the fields of fluid and particle mechanics, mineral processing, water and wastewater treatment and particle technology.The Honourable Justice Stanley Graham JONES Cairns, Qld.