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 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 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 law through a range of judicial and legal training roles in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region, and to the community, particularly through support for the activities of the Jesuit Refugee Service in Thailand and for disadvantaged people in Melbourne. For service to the community through support for, and philanthropic contributions to, a broad range of arts, sporting and charitable organisations. For service to scholarship and learning through the study of history focused on Asia, particularly South Asia, East Africa and broader Commonwealth history. For service to educational administration through developing initiatives and collaborations between Australian and British tertiary institutions, and through raising awareness internationally of the quality and significance of Australian scientific research.Isador Alexander MAGID AM, deceased Late of Melbourne.
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 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.
Helen HANDBURY OAM, deceased Late of Hamilton, Vic.
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.