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'Anything but ordinary' Clean Up founder honoured at memorial

Clean Up Australia founder Ian Kiernan has been remembered as anything but ordinary and one of a kind at a state memorial service in Sydney.
Credit: SBS - Published

Working-class clean-up man Ian Kiernan farewelled by 400 old mates

The memorial service for Clean Up Australia champion Ian Kiernan brought together many identities from 1980s Australia.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published

Clean Up founder 'anything but ordinary'

Clean Up Australia founder Ian Kiernan had been remembered as anything but ordinary at a state memorial service in Sydney.
Credit: SBS - Published

Ian Kiernan, the working-class clean-up man, farewelled

The memorial service for Clean Up Australia champion Ian Kiernan brought together many identities from 1980s Australia.
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Clean Up founder's legacy to live on

Clean Up Australia founder Ian Kiernan had been remembered as anything but ordinary at a state memorial service in Sydney.
Credit: SBS - Published

Hundreds gather to farewell Ian Kiernan

A state memorial service will be held at the Sydney Opera House for Clean Up Australia founder Ian Kiernan, who died in October aged 78.
Credit: SBS - Published

Clean Up founder to be farewelled in Syd

A state memorial service will be held at the Sydney Opera House for Clean Up Australia founder Ian Kiernan, who died in October aged 78.
Credit: SBS - Published

'He changed the future': The Ian Kiernan I knew

Kiernan would have loved having a Sydney Harbour ferry named after him.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'I got a good headlock on him': When Ian Kiernan 'saved' Prince Charles

The late Ian Kiernan got more than he bargained for at the 1994 Australian of the Year awards. The yachtsman and environmentalist sat on the stage after receiving his award, when shots rang out and an..
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

When the streets and beaches heaved with litter, Ian Kiernan led the clean-up

Kiernan used the brute force of his personality - humour, showmanship, larrikinism and eccentricity - to create the largest community-based environmental event in Australia.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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