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Recognising Indigenous military service

April 14, 2015
By Ben Roberts-Smith VC, MG Chairman, National Australia Day Council (NADC). After 17 years of service with the Australian Regular Army, Mr Roberts-Smith transferred to the Army Reserve in 2013. He is a recipient of the Victoria Cross, Australia’s highest military honour. In 2014 he was appointed as Chair of the National Australia Day Council.     There is nothing that brings two people closer together...
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Mr Bill Lawson AM joins the Board of Reconciliation Australia

June 30, 2015
Mr Bill Lawson AM has recently been appointed to the Board of Reconciliation Australia. Mr Lawson, a retired engineer from Tasmania has worked extensively across the public and private sectors. Prior to his retirement Mr Lawson was the principal of Sinclair Knight Merz. During his tenure he had also been the Group Manager of the Company’s global Corporate Social...
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