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ORDER OF AUSTRALIA COMPANION (AC) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION Professor Ian William CHUBB, AO, Acton, ACT.
For service to higher education, including research and development policy in the pursuit of advancing the national interest socially, economically, culturally and environmentally, and to the facilitation of a knowledge based global economy. For service to the development of sport nationally and internationally through the Olympic movement promoting the wellbeing of youth and values of tolerance, understanding, peace and mutual respect between peoples of the world. For service to business and commerce as a leader in promoting a dynamic and competitive financial sector and dialogue between business and government, and to the community in setting the strategic direction for many sporting, arts, not-for-profit and health care organisations.
Miss Margaret Hannah OLLEY, AO, Fortitude Valley, QLD.
For service as one of Australia's most distinguished artists, for support and philanthropy to the visual and performing arts, and for encouragement of young and emerging artists.
The Honourable Justice Margaret Joan BEAZLEY, Sydney NSW..
For service to the judiciary and the law, particularly through contributions to professional and ethical standards, to the advancement of women in the legal profession and the community. For service to science and to medical research, particularly in the area of cell biology of coronary artery and other vascular diseases, and to education. For service to business and the financial services sector, to the arts, and as a supporter of corporate social responsibility through contributions to community and charitable organisations. For service to the information technology and services industry internationally, to the business sector through facilitating the introduction of world's best technology in many companies, and as a mentor to industry professionals. For service to medical research through significant contributions in the field of cancer immunotherapy. For service to the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly, particularly through influencing the development of self-government and as inaugural Chief Minister, and to community development, human rights and the advancement of women. For service to the performing arts as a producer contributing to the development of film, television and theatre in Australia, and in promoting Australian productions and talented actors overseas, and to the community. For service to the community in the areas of social welfare and public health, particularly as a counsellor, researcher and academic in the fields of drug and alcohol related issues. For service to community development through leadership roles in organisations related to education, health care, advancement of the status of women, the Catholic Church, the arts and sport, and to international relations between Australia and Asia, particularly support for Bhutanese people living in Australia. For service to business nationally and internationally, particularly through the print media sector, and to the promotion of Australian-American relations through corporate, educational, cultural and social activities.
Emeritus Professor Ifan Odwyn JONES, Waterford, WA.
The Honourable Shane Leslie STONE, QC, Larrakeyah, NT.
For service to politics contributing to strengthening federal-state-territory intergovernmental processes, to furthering the bi-lateral relationship between Australia and the Asia/Pacific region, and to the oil and gas industry.
Mr Donald Benjamin Mc DONALD, AO, Darling Point, NSW.
For significant contributions to national life and to creative endeavours serving with a range of cultural, academic and arts organisations and to public broadcasting.
Professor David Morritz de KRETSER, AO, Melbourne, VIC.
For distinguished contributions to public life as a medical researcher of international reputation in the field of reproductive biology, to the development of the biotechnology industry, and to bioethics.