Ms FLINT (Boothby—Government Whip) (13:49): I would like to congratulate the following dedicated members of our community in Boothby who were recently awarded Orders of Australia and meritorious awards:
Ms Rosalind Butler AM, for significant service to women, vocational education and gender equity; Mr Ian Cox AM, for significant service to the homeless and to the community; Ms Lolita Mohyla AM, for significant service to architecture and to construction law; Emeritus Professor Barbara Santich AM, for significant service to tertiary education in gastronomy, food, culture and history; Emeritus Professor James Toouli AM, for significant service to tertiary medical education, notably to gastroenterology; Mr Keith Yates AM, for significant service to the minerals and mining sector and to the community; Mr Donald Burge OAM, for service to the community through many roles; Mr Graeme Hall OAM, for service to the community of Marion, particularly through the Marion Probus Club; Mrs Deborah Harrison OAM, for service to the community through charitable initiatives; Dr Felicity-Ann Lewis OAM, for service to local government and to the community of Marion, particularly through her time as Mayor of the City of Marion; and Dr Kaye Roberts-Thomson OAM, for service to dentistry and to the community.
Our professional public servants in Boothby have also attracted awards. I acknowledge Detective Superintendent Gail McClure APM, Senior Sergeant First Class Sharon Walker-Roberts APM, and, lastly Professor Nicola Spurrier PSM. Thanks to them all for their significant service