Familiar faces honoured on Australia Day 2015Photos

Familiar faces honoured on Australia Day 2015 | Photos Jonathan Coleman has received an accolade for service to the broadcast media industry, and to the community. Picture: Fairfax Digital Collections.
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David Stratton has received an accolade for significant service to the film industry as a critic and reviewer, and as a promoter and ambassador for Australian cinema. Picture: Fairfax Digital Collections.

George Negus has received an accolade for significant service to the media as a journalist and television presenter, and to conservation and the environment. Picture: Getty Images.

Richard Alston has received an accolade for distinguished service to the Parliament of Australia, to international relations through diplomatic roles, to business development in diverse sectors, and to the community. Picture: Fairfax Digital Collections.

Rosemary Anne Crowley has received an accolade for distinguished service to the Parliament of Australia as a Minister in the Commonwealth Government and Senator representing the people of South Australia, and as an advocate for promoting the status of women. Picture: Fairfax Digital Collections.

Carrie Graf has received an accolade for significant service to basketball, particularly as a coach, mentor and athlete, and to the community. Picture: Getty Images.

Craig Knowles (pictured right) has received an accolade for significant service to local government, to the Parliament of New South Wales, and to the community through a range of health initiatives. He is pictured with Member for Watson Tony Burke. Picture: Fairfax Digital Collections.

Jessica Rowe has received an accolade for significant service to the community as an ambassador, campaigner and advocate for mental health policy reform, and to the broadcast media. Picture: Getty Images.

Noel Tovey has received an accolade for significant service to the performing arts, to Indigenous performers, and as an advocate for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex community. Picture: Fairfax Digital Collections.

Layne Beachley has received an accolade for her support for a range of charitable organisations, as a mentor for women in sport, and to surfing as a world champion competitor.

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