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National order of chivalry of the Commonwealth of Australia

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Order of Australia: National order of chivalry of the Commonwealth of Australia
The Order of Australia is an order of chivalry established on 14 February 1975 by Elizabeth II, Queen of Australia, to recognise Australian citizens and other persons for achievement or meritorious service. Before the establishment of the order, Australian citizens received British honours.

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George Pell to be stripped of his Order of Australia

Catholic Cardinal George Pell will be stripped of his Order of Australia after losing an appeal against his child sex abuse conviction.
SBS - Published

Fraser Anning has written to the Queen asking her not rescind honour from robot sex expert

Fraser Anning, whose term as a Queensland senator expires this Sunday, has written to the Queen asking her not to rescind an Order of Australia honour on Adrian Cheok, who ran for his political party..
SBS - Published

Governor-General to face formal request to cancel Adrian Cheok's Order of Australia

A letter will be sent next week to the Governor-General urging the reversal of the decision to award an Order of Australia medal to Professor Adrian Cheok over his 'track record' of poor behaviour and..
SBS - Published

Fraser Anning candidate given Queen's birthday honour says party's leader is not a racist

Professor Adrian Cheok, who was awarded an Order of Australia medal on Monday, says Fraser Anning is not a racist.
SBS - Published

Forrest's community service honoured

Nicola Forrest, who with her billionaire husband Andrew founded the charitable Minderoo Foundation, has been appointed an officer of the Order of Australia.
SBS - Published

NSW's firebrand DPP Nick Cowdery honoured

Outspoken Nicholas Cowdery, who was NSW's director of public prosecutions for almost two decades, has been appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia.
SBS - Published

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