ORDER OF AUSTRALIA COMPANION (AC) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION The Honourable James Alexander BACON, deceased Late of North Hobart.For service to the Tasmanian Parliament, to developing strategies for long-term social, economic and environmental benefit, and to support for a vibrant arts and cultural life in Tasmania. For service to the international community, during an unsafe and dangerous period in Uganda, through the provision of humanitarian aid and nursing care to improve the lives of the sick, poor and dispossessed, and to the Salvation Army.For service to community dental health through research and development of preventative and restorative products, to dental education through curriculum development, and as an administrator and teacher.His Excellency Mr David James RITCHIE Australian Embassy, Jakarta.For service to the finance sector, particularly through the development of postgraduate and distance education, training courses and professional standards.Charles Hamilton BELL, deceased Late of The Rocks, NSW.Douglas Neville DAFT Williamstown, Massachusetts, US. For service to leadership in the global business community, commitment to corporate social responsibility, contributions in the field of education, and support for community-based development initiatives.
Isador Alexander MAGID AM, deceased Late of Melbourne.
For service to the arts and commitment to cultural development, particularly in the field of dance as founding director of the Australian Ballet School, and to encouraging young artists to achieve the highest standards in their careers.
The Honourable Justice Marilyn Louise WARREN Melbourne.
For service to the judiciary and to the legal profession, particularly the delivery and administration of law in Victoria; to the community in areas affecting the social and economic conditions of women, and to forensic medicine internationally.
OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION Roslyn ALLAN Paddington, NSW.
For significant contributions to public life in Australia in support of hospital and health administration, social justice and education, to young people as a role model, and to the Australian Parliament. For service to the Catholic Church in Australia and internationally, to raising debate on matters of an ethical and spiritual nature, to education, and to social justice.