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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.

The Reverend Timothy Ewen COSTELLO Elsternwick, Vic.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 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.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 business, to management development, and to the community through support for and promotion of charitable and cultural organisations.

Dr Coral Mary BELL Australian National University, Canberra.

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 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.