Taeuber AO, Mr Kenneth Charles (QB1990)

For public service.

Director-General, Department of Lands, South Australia (SA), 1976-1983; Chairman, Land Commission, 1973-1980; Land Tax and Chief Land Valuer SA, 1961-1968; Secretary, Land Tax Department, 1959; Assistant Chief Land Valuer, 1958. Chairman, SA Meat Corporation Board since 1987. Currently Chairman Golden Grove Development; Chairman, Peak Australia Proprietary Limited; Deputy Chairman State Planning Commission. Member, SA Government Insurance Commission, 1970-1976; Commissioner, SA Public Service Board, 1968-1973. Life Fellow, Australian Institute of Valuers. Fellow, Royal Institute of Public Administration and Australian Institute of Management. Served as National and State President, Australian Institute of Valuers, and Chairman, Australian Institute of Urban Studies.

Taggert AM, Sr Teresa (AD2004)

For service to the community as an advocate for the development of policies and professional standards for services to assist homeless families.

St Joseph's Family Care Centre: Director since 1985, involved in establishment, 1985. St Anthony's Home, Croydon, New South Wales, established and directed a day care centre for children of working mothers, established and directed a residential child care service for victims of child abuse, 1980-1984. St Joseph's Children's Home, Largs Bay, South Australia, 1973-1979. Sister Teresa has had approximately 25 years experience working in the capacity of Staff Sister in Josephite Mothercraft Training Schools in both Victoria and New South Wales. Joined the Congregation of the Sisters of St Joseph 1955.

Taliangis AM, Mr Basil (QB1988)

For service to the Greek community.

Since 1984 a Commissioner of the Ethnic Affairs Commission of South Australia and appointed to the Council of the Australian Institute of Multicultural Affairs 1985. Chairman of the Multicultural Arts Board of South Australia, Incorporated, since 1987 and a Committee member of the Ethnic Schools' Advisory Committee Ministerial Advisory Body. Currently a Committee member of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia - South Australian Development Committee. Chairman of the Interim School Council of the Cowandilla Language Centre, 1985 to 1988. Active in the Greek community in South Australia since 1952 and associated with the Boards of Management of St. Basil's Greek Orthodox Homes for the Aged - South Australia, the St. George Greek Orthodox College and since 1978 with the Australian Hellenic Educational Progressive Association at State and National levels. Chairman of Promotions of the Glendi Greek Festival 1979-85.

Tan OAM, Mr Ronald Bock Kim (AD1991)

For service to multiculturalism.

Mr Tan has been associated with the Migrant Resource Centre of SA Inc. since 1980, as Committee member, Treasurer (three times), and Chairperson (1982-85, 1986-88, 1990). In 1987-88 he was SA Panel member of the Immigration Review Panel set up by the Department of Immigration and Ethnic Affairs, and for two years was a member of the Council on Overseas Professional Qualifications. He was Co-founder of the Liaison Committee of Asian-Australian Associations of SA and has been Chairperson since 1982. As well, Mr Tan was a Co-founder of the Asian-Australian Families' Association in 1970 and was President until 1985.

Tancibudek AM, Mr Jiri (AD1989)

For service to music.

Reader in Music (Oboe), Elder Conservatorium, University of Adelaide from 1978-86; Lecturer 1964-86. Member, University of Adelaide Wind Quartet 1964-86; Conductor, University of Adelaide Chamber Orchestra 1973-85. Involved with the National Music Camp Association since 1950. Principal oboist with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra from 1953-64.

Tanner AM, Miss Gladys Evelyn (QB1982)

For service to nursing

Miss Tanner became a qualified nurse in 1945 and served as Deputy Director of Nursing at the Royal Adelaide Hospital for three years before her appointment in 1958 as Director of Nursing at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital; a position she held until retirement in 1981. She was involved with the initial commissioning of the Hospital, the establishment of the Nursing Service and the Nurses' Training School. A Fellow of the College of Nursing, Australia, she has been an executive member of many organisations associated with nursing, including, the Royal Australian Nursing Federation, and the Nurses' Board of South Australia.

Tapp OAM, Mr Leslie (QB1997)

For service to tennis administration at club and State levels for many years.

Mr Tapp is currently Secretary, Woodville District Tennis Association and has held this position for 38 years, and was President for three years prior to this. He has assisted many young people to become involved in tennis. Served as President, SA Hard Court Tennis League from 1980-91. Over a 20-year period at State level he has served on various committees, including the Board of Management, the Major Events Committee, and the Davis Cup Committee. He is a Life Member of Seaton Park Tennis Club, Woodville Association, SA Hard Court League and the SA Tennis Association.

Tassie OAM, Mr Gemmel (QB1994)

For service to medicine and to the community.

General Practitioner at McLaren Vale from 1943-73. Mr Tassie was the First Honorary Medical Superintendent at Southern Districts War Memorial Hospital, a position he held for 25 years. He was actively involved in charity/fund-raising in the local community for many years. Other community involvement includes President of McLaren Vale Bowling Club and member of the Progress Association.

Tattersall AM, Major Ronald James (AD1990)

For service to the Australian Army as an Administrative Staff Officer in Army Office, Canberra.

Enlisted in the Australian Regular Army in 1964 and was allotted to the Royal Australian Corps of Signals. He has served in units throughout Australia and overseas in Vietnam, Singapore and Hong Kong. In 1975 he was commissioned as a Lieutenant and was promoted to the rank of Major in 1983. He was posted to the Office of the Military Secretary, Army Office in December 1985 and is currently the Officer Commanding 144 Signal Squadron in Adelaide.

Tavener OAM, Mrs Evelyn Hicks (QB1980)

For service to the sport of hockey.

Taverner OAM, Mr Ian Robert (QB2013)

For service to the community through emergency service roles.

Group Equipment Officer, South Australian Country Fire Service, since 2010. Group Occupational Health and Safety Representative, since 2004. Bushfire Cause Investigator, since 2002; works alongside the South Australia Police in investigating bushfires. Deputy Group Officer, Mawson Group, 1991-2010. Member, Noarlunga and Hackham Group, 1969-1991; obtained ranking of Station Captain. Member, South Australian Country Fire Service, since 1969.

Taylor AM OBE, Mr Peter (AD1990)

For service to the community, particularly in the field of care for the aged and infirm.

Chairman, Southern Cross Homes Inc. SA, since 1968 and widely regarded in South Australia in the development of care and facilities for the aged. Concurrently National Head of Southern Cross Homes, now operating in all States and ACT. An Optometrist and graduate of the University of Adelaide.

Taylor OAM, Miss Gladys Clair (AD1982)

For service to the aged.

Taylor AM, Miss Rosemary (AD1976)

For service to the community and in the field of international relations.

Taylor OAM, Dr Adelheid Elisabeth Johanne (QB1995)

For service to the community, particularly through women's organisations, and to medicine.

Since 1969, Dr Taylor has been an executive member of a number of women's organisations including Zonta International (at club, district and international levels), UN Association of Australia, SA Medical Women's Society, National Council of Women and the Association of Community Service Organisations. On three occasions she has been recognised by Zonta International for her achievements within the organisation, particularly for international growth. From 1969-80, she was Director of the Transfusion Service and Senior Clinical Haematologist at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, during which time she also taught at technical, undergraduate, post-graduate levels.

Taylor AM, Mr Andrew McDonald (QB1990)

For service to the arts, particularly in the field of literature.

Internationally recognised poet and winner of the 1986 Commonwealth Poetry Prize. Founding member, Friendly Street 1975; established the SA Writers' Centre 1985. Member, Literature Board of Australia Council 1978-81, acting Chairman of the Board 1981 and member of Australia Council 1981. Chairman, Writers' Week Committee of the Adelaide Festival of Arts 1980 and 1982 and Committee member 1978-86. Served on Arts Grants Advisory body of SA Department of the Arts and current member, Arts Advisory Finance Committee since 1988. Actively promotes Australian literature and culture overseas.

Taylor AM, Mr Albert Charles (QB1999)

For service to local government through administrative and regulatory authorities in South Australia, to the Adelaide City Council, and to the community.

Member, Local Government Finance Authority of SA, 1986-1987; state elected Trustee since 1994. Commissioner, Local Government Advisory Commission of SA, 1988-1993; Ministerial Appointment to Committee of Review on operation of the Commission, 1990-1993. Member, State Executive, Local Government Association of SA, 1993-1995. Chairman since 1995, Central Market Authority; appointed to Authority in 1993. Elected Deputy Lord Mayor of Adelaide City Council in 1998. Mr Taylor has been a Councillor with Adelaide City Council since 1993; appointed to Sister Cities Authority (Adelaide and Himeji in Japan) in 1993. Chairman, District Council of Tatiara, 1986 and 1987; Deputy Chairman, 1983-1985; held other executive positions with Council from 1980; Councillor, 1978-1987. He has served the community as a member, Committee of Management, Australia Day Council of SA, 1989-1992; served term as Deputy Chairman. President, Prospect Rotary Club, 1997/1998; member since 1991; member, Unley Probus Club, 1992-1994.

Taylor OAM, Dr Jane Amelia (2003)

For service as part of the police joint Bali bombing investigation and victim identification process, known as Operation ALLIANCE.

Taylor OAM, Mr Roger John (AD2005)

For service to education through promoting academic excellence and fostering participation in extra-curricular activities.

Principal, St Peter's Woodlands Grammar School, 1984-2003. Member, Junior School Heads Association of Australia, South Australian Branch, since 1986; Chairman, Music Committee, for 10 years; Chairman Debating Committee, for 5 years. Former Deputy Principal, Fulham Primary School, for 11 years. Member, Australian College of Educators.

Taylor OAM, Mr Glen Kevyn (QB2007)

For service to the environment through the Natural History Society of South Australia.

Honorary Fellow, Natural History Society of South Australia, since 1971; Ranger Coordinator and Editor for the Society's Journal, appointed 1993. Volunteer, Moorunde Wildlife Reserve, since 1970; has undertaken research on the population of the hairy-nosed wombat at the Reserve; responsible for the Feral Pest Eradication Program. Member, Natural History Camera Club, from 1963. Retired Locomotive Engineer, Islington Railway Workshops. Retired Professional Engineer, SA Railways.

Taylor AM, Mr Rodney John (AD2010)

For service to visual arts and art education as the Founder of the Adelaide Central School of Art and through the development of curriculum and academic standards.

Chief Executive Officer, Adelaide Central School of Art (ACSA), 1982-2008; Founder, 1982. ACSA is a private tertiary art school which has a 3-part structure: Adelaide Central School of Art, Tertiary Visual Arts Education. Central Studios; Founder, 1982; an incorporated group of some 20 visual artists who interact with students from the School. Adelaide Central Gallery, which operates on a commercial basis. ACSA is an Accredited Higher Education Provider at both Federal and state levels.; it offers an Associate Degree of Visual Art, a Bachelor of Visual Art and a Bachelor of Visual Art (Honours), as well as a Graduate Diploma of Visual Art and a Master of Visual Art; the School also offers a double degree with the Flinders University of South Australia, allowing students to combine a Bachelor of Arts with a Bachelor of Visual Arts. Collaborative Agreement, New York Studio School in New York. Collaborative Agreement, Hong Kong Institute of Education. Associate Professor, Flinders University, 2005-2008. Head of Sculpture, Salisbury College of Advanced Education, 1979-1981; now the University of South Australia. Mr Taylor’s own works are displayed in public and private collections including the Art Gallery of South Australia and the Adelaide Central Gallery. Current supporter, Royal South Australian Society of Arts Inc. Speaker at Symposiums. Judge, Youthscape Art Exhibitions. Involved with The South Australian Story Exhibition, 2006. Member, Helpmann Academy. Founding Member, Artists Week. Former Executive, Arts Industry Council of South Australia. Former Secretary, Former Art Worker's Union. Awards/recognition include: Fellowship Award, Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools, 2008. Honorary Fellowship, Royal South Australian Society of Arts Inc, since 2005.

Telfer OAM, Supt. Andrew Graham (2003)

For service as part of the police joint Bali bombing investigation and victim identification process, known as Operation ALLIANCE.

Telford OAM, Mrs Jeanette Campbell (AD1981)

For service in the field of choral music.

Terlet AO, Mr Michael John (AD1991)

For service to business and commerce and to exportation.

Mr Terlet is the Managing Director of AWA Defence Industries Ltd., and before that headed Fairey Australasia Pty. Ltd. for more than 10 years. He is a member of the National Executive of the Metal Trades Industry Association, Chairman of the MTIA Defence Manufacturers' Council, Chairman of the SA Centre for Manufacturing, and Treasurer of the Engineering Employers' Association. Mr Terlet is also a member of the Government Offset and Procurement Advisory Committee, Councillor of Regency Park TAFE College, and a former member of the SA National Safety Council, the Industrial Design Council of SA, and the SA Government Council on Technological Change. He chaired the Committee of Inquiry into reorganisation of the Defence Science and Technology Organisation. In addition to his business and commercial interests, Mr Terlet is a member of the Bedford Industries Foundation which supports disabled people, former Chairman of the SA Paraplegic and Quadriplegic Association, and was a member of Lions and Rotary.

Theiley OAM, Mr Clifford Frank (AD1999)

For service to cricket through the Adelaide and Suburban Cricket Association.

Mr Theiley has been a member of the Adelaide and Suburban Cricket Association for over 45 years. He has held the positions of Vice President, 1967-1998, Life Member from 1972, Patron, 1981-1998, and a member of Executive Committee since 1963. Mr Theiley recently upgraded the Association’s Constitution, which he originally wrote in 1977. He was the Founding Editor of the Association’s Handbook in 1966, a position held for over 20 years, and during this time the Handbook was extensively revised several times. Arranged documentation so that the Association could be incorporated.

Thiele AC, Mr Colin Milton (QB1977)

For eminent and meritorious service to literature and education.

Thiele OAM, Mr James B. (QB1996)

For service to church and community music as senior organist at Bethlehem Lutheran Church Adelaide and as a director of choirs.

Mr Thiele has been the senior organist at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Adelaide, since 1948. Involved in the rebuilding and extensions of the organ. He has given organ recitals for the ABC's "Organists of Australia" broadcasts, the Lord Mayor's Adelaide Town Hall concerts and Adelaide Organ Society concerts. He has conducted Concordia Seminars Choir and directed The Lutheran Singers (a top Australian choral group). Consultant in the design and stop-list of the new organ in Immanuel College Chapel and has frequently given advice on organs throughout Australia. He taught music privately and in various secondary schools from 1978-93. Performed the role of musical editor of the 1973 Australian Lutheran Hymnal.

Thomas AO, Mr John Robert (QB1987)

For public service, particularly as Chief Executive of the Australian Industry Development Corporation.

Chief Executive of the Australian Industry Development Corporation 1977-86; Director since 1983. General Manager and Director, Elders Finance and Investment Co. Ltd. 1970-77; Assistant General Manager 1969-70. Assistant Secretary, Reserve Bank of Australia 1964-69; Assistant Divisional Chief, International Monetary Fund, Washington DC 1960-64; Assistant Economist 1959-60. Member, Management and Investment Companies Licensing Board since 1984. Chairman, Financial Executives Institute of Australia (SA Chapter) 1976-77. President, Economic Society of Australia and New Zealand (NSW Branch) 1966-67; Council member 1951-60 and 1965-68. Member, Australia-Japan Business Co-operation Committee 1978-86.

Thomas AM, Mr Daniel Robert Rhys (AD1986)

For service to arts administration.

Thomas OAM, Det Sgt Ronald Albert (QB1985)

For public service with the South Australian Police Force.

Member, South Australian Police Force since 1952. Transferred to Criminal Investigation Bureau 1957 and to Homicide Squad in 1960. Designated Detective 1961 and promoted to Detective Sergeant 1971.

Thomas OAM, Mr Donald David (QB1991)

For service to the community, particularly through the ambulance service.

Commenced as Volunteer Ambulance Driver 1957. Represented Riverland on Country Ambulance Services Committee 1960s-83, Chairman two years. Barmera Board representative on Riverland Ambulance Services Zone Committee 1960-83, Chairman nine years. Joined St. John Ambulance Brigade 1967 as Corps Superintendent for the Riverland 1967. Board Chairman, Barmera Homes for the Aged Inc. Member, Barmera District Council.

Thomas AO, Mrs Patricia Marietje (QB1994)

For service to the science of zoology in both research and teaching and the development of the Australian Helminthological Collection.

Mrs Thomas has made an outstanding contribution to zoology in Australia over 40 years. Her dedicated honorary work led to the establishment and development of the Australian Helminthological Collection of more than 25,000 specimens. Her own research has focused on the identification of parasitic nematodes, especially of native birds or marsupials. Published over 150 papers, making a substantial contribution to cataloguing the bio-diversity of the Australian invertebrates. Internationally recognised for an outstanding contribution to science. Fellow of the Australian Society of Parisitology, the only woman so honoured.

Thomas OAM, Mrs Joyleen Hilda (AD2003)

For service to the ageing and people with disabilities, particularly through Community Options, the Community Living Project, and the training of service providers.

Current Project Officer, Better Practice Project, Aged Care and Housing Group; Coordinator, Community Options, for over 7 years. Board Member, Community Living Project, since 1994; Coordinator, 1992-1994. Volunteer, Training and Evaluation for Change.

Thomas OAM, Dr Peter Dean (Toby) (QB2004)

For service through the provision of medical assistance to the victims of the bombings which occurred in Bali on 12 October 2002.

Dr Thomas, Director of Intensive Care, Royal Adelaide Hospital, was one of a number of doctors who travelled to Darwin by Jet Air Ambulance to provide acute urgent medical support to the victims of the Bali bombings. Subsequently, at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, he oversaw the Care Management of five additional Bali bombing victims during their admission to the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit.

Thomas AM, Dr Ashleigh Clifford (AD2005)

For service to medicine, particularly in the field of Indigenous health in rural and remote areas, and through the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia.

Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia (Port Augusta Base): Senior Medical Officer, since 1988; Rural and Remote General Practitioner, primarily for Indigenous communities’ needs, especially for paediatrics and obstetrics. Advocate for Indigenous health issues. Port Augusta Hospital: Board member, for many years. Initiated "Step Down" Unit (pre and post Admission Accommodation). Northern and Far Western Regional Health Service: Board member, since the Board’s inception. Awards/recognition include: Named Non-Indigenous Person of the Year by Port Augusta and regional Indigenous community, 2003.

Thomas OAM, Mr William Glanville (AD2000)

For service to local government and to the community of Jamestown.

Involved with local government for 50 years. District Council of Jamestown Councillor, 1977-1997; Chairman of the Finance Committee. Served on the committee responsible for merging four councils in the mid-north areas of South Australia, 1996-1997. Served as Mayor for four years and Deputy Mayor for 15 years; instigated townscaping the main street during 1960s. Instrumental in merging the Corporation of Jamestown and the District Council of Jamestown. He was a Councillor with the Corporation of Jamestown, 1950-1980, and was a Councillor representing Jarcowie Ward, 1977-1999. Delegate to SA Local Government Association for 14 years. Represented Council and the Corporation on community service organisation committees and boards. Jamestown Bowling Club: member since 1958. Instrumental in developing, planning and organising the finance for the construction of a new club house, 1970s. Served on the management committee in various capacities including President. Team Selector and Chairman of Selectors for a number of years. Continues involvement as a playing member and Life Member.

Thomas OAM, Rev Rex Malcolm (AD2007)

For service to the Uniting Church in Australia, particularly through ministry and chaplaincy roles in outback areas, and as a supporter of welfare and service groups.

Minister, Brighton Parish, 1994-2001; during this period also served as Volunteer Police Chaplain, Glenelg Police Station, appointed 1994, and Chaplain, Oxford and Alwyndor Rest and Nursing Homes. Chairman, Frome Presbytery, 1992-1994; Chairman, Pastoral Relations Committee, 1992-1994. Presbytery Representative, Synod Christian Education Committee. Chaplain to Lake Eyre Protection Committee, 1990s. Padre, Sturt Patrol, Frontier Services, 1987-1995; during this period also served as Volunteer Police Chaplain at Quorn, Hawker, Leigh Creek, Marree, Birdsville, Tibooburra, Coburn, Manna Hill, Yunta, Peterborough and Orroroo, 1991-1995, and Industrial Chaplain to the then Department of Transport (SA) employees on behalf of ITIM Australia, 1994-1995. Minister, Burra Parish, 1984-1987; Industrial Chaplain to the copper mine and mineral processing plant workers, 1984-1987; Chaplain, Adelaide and Wallaroo Fertilisers, ITIM Australia, 1984; Chaplain, Burra Hospital. Minister, Hawker/Leigh Creek Parish, 1980-1983; during this period also served as Chaplain to Carrieton, Hawker and Leigh Creek Area Schools, Ecumenical Industrial Chaplain to workers laying the oil pipeline from the Moomba gas field to Wyhalla, 1982-1983, and Ecumenical Chaplain, Quorn and Hawker Hospitals; established a 'kids club' for local schoolchildren. Patrol Padre, Synod Mission Committee, 1987-1995. Lay Preacher, Methodist Overseas Mission Department, Yirrkala, Arnhem Land, 1971-1975. Lay Preacher, Emergency Team, 1960-1970; covered an area from Mount Brian, Burra and Padthaway. State Leader, South Australia, Methodist Order of Knights, 1966-1970. Volunteer, Meals on Wheels, since 2001. President, Rotary Club of Brighton, 2003-2004; Member, since 1995. Member, Burra Council Community Consultation Committee, 1984-1986. Promoted Aboriginal Art and Craft, Yirrkala, Arnhem Land, 1973-1975. Awards/recognition include: Paul Harris Fellow, Rotary International.

Thomas OAM, Mr Clarence Rodney (QB2007)

For service to local government, and to the community of the Riverland region through welfare and service organisations.

Mayor, Renmark Paringa Council, 1991-2006; successfully lobbied the former Minister for Education, Science and Technology, the Honourable Dr David Kemp, in 2000 to allocate university places in the Riverland region. Vice-President, Murray and Mallee Local Government Association, for an extensive period of time. Former Delegate, Local Government Association of South Australia, appointed 2001; former Proxy Delegate for the River Murray Zone. Board Member, Rotary Club of Renmark 1979-1981; Member, 1978-1999; Honorary Member. Involved with community organisations including Apex, for 18 years, and Meals on Wheels, for 20 years. Patron of the Riverland Brass Band Inc, Renmark Senior Citizens Inc, and the Riverland Vintage and Classic Car Club Inc.

Thompson AM, Dr Bryan William (QB1979)

For community service.

Thompson OAM, Mr James Andrew (QB1982)

For service to the sport of gymnastics.

Thompson OAM, Mr William Robert (AD1983)

For service to the community.

Thompson OAM, Mr Pantju (QB1994)

For service to the Aboriginal community.

Mr Thompson is the Community Development Officer for Anilalya Homelands and the Community Chairman of Pukatja Inc. He is also a Councillor for Nulla Wimila Kutju Region of ATSIC. State representative and delegate for NW area of the National Aboriginal Council. Chairman of the Aboriginal Student Support and Parent Awareness at Ernabella School. Mr Thompson was Chairman during the 70s of the Pitjantjatjara Council and executive member of Anunga Pitjantjatjara.

Thompson OAM, Dr John Robert (AD1997)

For service to medicine and hospital administration through the Port Augusta Hospital for over 35 years.

Dr Thompson has been a general medical practitioner in Port Augusta, South Australia, for 50 years. He also served as Medical Superintendent, Port Augusta Hospital for 38 years and Medical Officer, Port Augusta Council for 50 years. Served as a Medical Officer, Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS), and conducted the first clinic flight for the base in 1955. Appointed Medical Officer, Commonwealth Railways and held this position for 30 years and was National Educator in First Aid for the interstate railways examinations for 35 years. Appointed Divisional Superintendent, St. John Ambulance and is now a Commander of the Order. Charter member, Port Augusta Rotary Club and Patron, Port Augusta Tennis Club.

Thompson AM, Mr Paul Charles (AD2004)

For service to the development of the commercial radio broadcasting sector in Australia.

Mr Thompson was the founding Managing Director of the Austereo Group, Australia's largest radio company, and guided its growth over a 15 year period. Mr Thompson is the founding Chief Executive Officer of DMG Radio Australia in Australia. In his seven year tenure the company has acquired, and now owns and operates, five capital city and 59 regional radio licences across Australia. Many of these stations were developed from new licenses released at auction. Chief Executive and Director of DMG Radio Australia. Chairman of Nova 969 Pty Ltd. Chairman of Nova 100 Pty Ltd. Chairman of Nova 937 Pty Ltd. Director of Brisbane FM Radio Pty Ltd. Chairman of DMG Regional Radio Pty Ltd. Chairman of Festival City Broadcasters (licensee of 5AA in Adelaide). Vice-Chairman of Commercial Radio Australia (CRA) since 2000; Member of the Board of Directors since 1987; has served as Chairman of various committees including Research and Copyright. Named as Radio Executive of the Decade by Mediaweek (the industry's weekly publication) in December 1999. CRA Hall of Fame - Inaugural Inductee, 2002.

Thompson AM RFD ED, Mr Leslie (AD2006)

For service to the building and construction industry, particularly through contributions to the development of national assessment and accreditation standards for professional education.

President, South Australia Chapter, Australian Institute of Building, 1983-1985; Honorary Secretary, 1987-2005; Treasurer, 1995-2005; Committee Member, since 1973. President, Western Australia Chapter, Australian Institute of Building, 1962-1964. Councillor, National Council, Australian Institute of Building, since 1962; Member, Education Committee, National Council; Honorary Life Fellow, 1989; Fellow, 1970-1989; Associate, 1956-1970; Licentiate Member, 1953-1956. Member, Construction Industry Training Board (formerly SA Building and Construction Industry Training Council); Chair, Training Advisory Committee; Member, Sector Advisory Committees; involved in establishing the Board. Former Member, SA Building and Construction Industry Training Council. Registered Builder, since 1944.

Thompson AM, Mr Graham Ralph (QB2007)

For service to the community of Adelaide, particularly through Crime Stoppers and the Noarlunga Farm Project for at-risk youth.

Inaugural South Australian Director, Crime Stoppers Australia, since 1996. Chairman and Board Member, Crime Stoppers SA, since 1996. Involved in the establishment of Noarlunga Farm Project, 1992; operates mentoring and training programs for at-risk young people in southern Adelaide; managed by Fusion Australia. Founder, Principal and Chairman, Marshall Thompson Homes, since 1980s. South Australian President, Housing Industry Association, 1995-1997; Vice-President, 1993-1995; National Board Member, 1995-1997; State Board Member, early 1990s.

Thompson AM, Prof Philip Douglas (QB2013)

For significant service to neurology, particularly in the field of Parkinson's disease and movement disorders.

Head, Department of Neurology, Royal Adelaide Hospital, since 1996. Professor of Neurology, Discipline of Medicine, University of Adelaide, since 1997. President, International Movement Disorder Society, 2009-2011; Executive Member, since 1998. Inaugural Chair, Asian and Oceanic Section, Movement Disorder Society. Member, Research Group in Parkinsonism and related Disorders, World Federation of Neurology, since 2001. Council Member, Australian and New Zealand Association of Neurologists, 2003-2010; Member, Education and Training Sub-Committee, 2002-2010. President, Brain Foundation, 2003-2009. President, Movement Disorder Society of Australia, 1998-2001.

Thomson OAM, Mr Angus Leith (AD1996)

For service to tennis as a coach and administrator.

Has provided over 40 years' service to the sport of tennis at club, district and State levels. Concurrently chief coach, South Australian Hardcourt Tennis League (SAHCTL) since 1967 and Junior Tournament Director, SAHCTL since 1978, now Life Member. President, SAHCTL 1972-80 and at the same time delegate to the SA Tennis Association (now Tennis South Australia, TSA). Received TSA long service award 1995. At District level served the Northern Districts' Tennis Association (NDTA) in various capacities including President, Coach and Administrator, now Life Member. At club level involved in administration of the Leroy Tennis Club from 1951 until 1970s.

Thomson OAM, Miss Erna Marlienne (QB1995)

For service to nursing through the Christian Medical College and Hospital, Vellore, India.

Sponsored by the Commission for Mission with the Uniting Church in Australia as a Nursing Sister and Teacher over a period of almost 30 years at the Christian Medical College and Hospital, Vellore, South India. Assistant Nursing Superintendent 1976-1982. From 1984 until her retirement in 1993 she was responsible, with a multidisciplinary team for the care of HIV positive patients throughout the 1500 bed hospital. Consultant to other hospitals in India. Cared for children of Missionaries working in remote areas so that the children could attend school. Involved in planning and building of a hostel to accommodate them.

Thonard AM, Mrs Margaret Renee (AD1999)

For service to community health, particularly to people with multiple sclerosis in South Australia.

Mrs Thonard has been actively involved with the Multiple Sclerosis Society of South Australia for 35 years. With her late husband, she formed a group of interested people who became the MS Society of South Australia in 1962. She also served as Honorary Secretary from 1968 to 1997, and formed a Welfare Committee and a Medical Advisory Board to assist the Society. Mrs Thonard was the first Chairperson of the Society’s Ladies Auxiliary. During the 1970s, significant milestones were achieved, including the formation of a National MS Society and the appointment of the Society’s first full time Executive Director. Involved in the establishment of a Treatment Centre at Memorial Hospital and in the employment of professional staff: physiotherapist, occupational therapist and medical advisors. Mrs Thonard was appointed a Board Member of the Centre in October 1997 and continues her active involvement.

Thonard AM, Em Prof John Charles (AD2006)

For service to dentistry and the advancement of dental education, to the promotion of dental research, and to improved multidisciplinary health science networks.

Inaugural Chair in Dental Science and Head, Division of Oral Biology, University of Adelaide from 1966 until 1984. Instrumental in establishing dental research in the field of biomedical research in Australia. President, Australian Society of Microbiology.

Thorp OAM, Mrs Betty Vera (QB2002)

For service to the community through the Royal Commonwealth Society of South Australia and to Probus.

President, Royal Commonwealth Society South Australian Branch, 1989-1990 and since 2000; Treasurer, 1991-1999; Council member, since 1982; member, since 1979. Member, Mitcham Hills Combined Probus Club, since 1993; Served on the Committee for five years; President, 2000-2001.

Thorsen OAM, Det Chief Sup Kenneth Lawrence (AD1980)

For public service.

Threadgold OAM, Mr Roy Thomas (QB2004)

For service to veterans and their families, particularly through the Keswick and Richmond Sub-Branch of the Returned and Services League of Australia, and to the community through the Richmond Lions Club.

President, Keswick and Richmond Sub-Branch of the Returned and Services League of Australia, 1971-1973; current Pensions and Legacy Liaison Officer; Executive Member, for over 40 years; Member, since 1957; Life Member, 1978. President, 2/27th Battalion Welfare Association, 1966-1967; Anzac Day marshal, for over 17 years; Foundation Member; Life Member, 1980s. President, Richmond Lions Club, 1967-1968 and 1991-1992; Secretary, 1971-1972; Charter Member, since 1964; Life Member, 1990. Awards include: Citizen of the Year, City of West Torrens, 1995.

Thumm AM, Mr Herman John (QB1980)

For service to tourism and to the wine industry.

Thurlow OAM, Mr Donald Noel (AD1985)

For public service and for service to the community.

Tiddy OAM, Mrs Lorraine Wendy (QB2005)

For service to the community, particularly through the Peter Nelson Leukaemia Fund, and through pastoral care roles in the Mitchell Park area.

Volunteer, Peter Nelson Leukemia Fund, since 1988; involved in sending out letters of appeal, producing receipts for donations; organises and works on film nights and other fundraisers. Member, St Mary’s Catholic Parish Pastoral Care Team, for over 15 years; has visited the sick and house-bound, provided transport and helped with household duties. Secretary, Mitchell Park High School Band's Parents Committee, 1982-1985.

Tiddy OAM, Mr Matthew Palmer (QB2009)

For service to people with disabilities and their families, and to the community.

Chairman, Diocesan Association for Intellectually Disabled Persons, 2003-2006; negotiated merger with Bedford Industries, 2006. Member, Bedford Industries Family Network Committee. Co-opted non-voting Member, Julia Farr Housing Association; Trustee, Julia Farr MS McLeod Benevolent Fund, since 2005; former co-opted non-voting Member, Julia Farr Services Audit Committee. Board Member, South Australian Aid to the Mentally Ill, for 20 years. President, Autistic Children’s Association; Board Member, for many years; Life Member, Autism SA. Former Board Member, International Disabled Services Council. Chairman, Committee for Employer Support of the Reserve Forces, 1977-1987. Deputy Chairman, National Institute of Labour Studies, Flinders University, 1974-1979. Member, Rotary Club of Prospect, for 22 years; President, 1969. Board Member, Prince Alfred College Council, 1977-1982.

Tidemann OAM, Mr Harold Thomas Edward (AD1981)

For service to the arts.

Tidmarsh OAM, Mr Harry William Thomas (QB1986)

For service to the welfare of the physically impaired, particularly as a splintmaker.

Established orthopaedic workshop at Somerton Home, Crippled Children's Association (SA) 1950. Expanded service using new techniques. Chief Orthotist 1975-86. President, South Australia Association of Orthotists.

Till OAM, Mr Ronald George (QB1987)

For service to the community.

Has given many years of voluntary service to the community by playing the piano at many functions. Associated with Ramsay Retirement Village Senior Citizens Club over 25 years, Geriatric Ward, Port Augusta Hospital 27 years. Entertainment Officer of the Port Augusta Probus Club.

Tillet AM, Mrs Lurline (AD1990)

For service to children with disabilities, particularly autistic children.

Founding and Life Member of the Autistic Children's Association of South Australia and currently President, National Association for Autism (Australia). Is also Chairperson of the Management Committee of the Ngeringa Association, which provides training/support to young adults with severe intellectual disabilities. Has given 25 years of service to people with disabilities, particularly autism.

Tillett AM, Mr David Wemyss (AD2014)

For significant service to the sport of sailing.

Council Member, International Sailing Federation (ISAF), since 1998; Chairman, Racing Rules Committee, 2004-2012; Member, 2000-2012; Member, Review Board, 2009-2013; Member, Constitution Committee. Ex-Officio Board Member/Board Member, Yachting Australia, 1996-2013; Consultant, Racing Rules Committee. Member, Yachting South Australia, Race Officials Committee, since ca1979; also served as Chairman, Vice-Chairman and Secretary; Life Member, 2010; Honorary Solicitor, 1979. Chair, International Jury - Sailing, London 2012 Olympic Games, Beijing 2008, and Athens 2004; Member, Sydney 2000, and Atlanta 1996. Chairman of the Jury, Louis Vuitton/America's Cup, 2010-2013; Member of the Jury, Valencia 2004-2007, and Auckland 2003; Umpire, Valencia 2004-2007, Auckland 2003, San Diego, 1992 and 1995. A Chairman of the Jury, Volvo Ocean Race, 2008-2009; Jury Member, 2007; Member, Arbitration Panel, 2011-2012. Current Honorary Solicitor, Adelaide Sailing Club (formerly Glenelg Sailing Club). Trustee, Glenelg Sailing Club, in the early 1980s; Junior Commodore, 1968-1969. World Champion, International Cadet Class, 1969. Australian Champion, Cadet Class, 1968-1969, 1969-1970 and 1971-1972. Panel Member, Selection Appeals Tribunal, Australian International Shooting Ltd, London 2012 Olympic Games and Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games. Panel Member, Selection Appeals Tribunal, Equestrian Australia, London 2012 Olympic Games. Partner, Duncan Basheer Hannon Lawyers and Solicitors, 1992-2013; Consultant. Partner, Povey Waterhouse and Basheer, 1984-1989; employee, 1977-1984. Member, The Law Society of South Australia, since 1978. Chairman of Directors, Mintaro Slate Quarries. Director, Tillett Natural Stone Industries. Awards/recognition include: Australian Sports Medal, 2000. Order of Merit, South Australian Olympic Council, 2012. Boatman of the Year, Boating Industry Association of South Australia, 2012. President's Award, Yachting South Australia, 2008. Official of the Year, Confederation of Australian Sports, 2004.

Tilley AM, Mr John Garfield (QB1987)

For service to local government.

Member of the Tea Tree Gully Council since 1965 and Mayor since 1974 (except 1982). Council representative on the Executive Committee of the Local Government Association of South Australia. Member and Chairman of the Tea Tree Gully (Golden Grove) Development Committee 1978-82. Member of the SA Environment Control Council. Active in a wide range of community organisations including Modbury Hospital Board, Rotary, the SA Geographical Names Board.

Tily OAM, Mr Howard James (AD1996)

For service to the community, particularly through St. John Ambulance Australia.

Involved in the community at a local and district level for 40 years. Volunteer ambulance officer with St. John Ambulance since 1957. Currently Secretary/Treasurer Hamley Bridge Branch since 1988; member Branch Committee since 1961; Chairman 1968-77. Member, Lower North Zone Co-ordinating Committee for many years serving two terms as Secretary/Treasurer. Justice of the Peace since 1956 and local coroner since 1975. Member, Hamley Bridge Memorial Hospital 1962-77; Chairman 1968-71 and 1973-77. Active member, Stockport Agriculture Bureau since 1953, Past President. Member Hamley Bridge Uniting Church. Rural Watch Zone Leader since 1988. Member, Hamley Bridge Bowling Club for past 25 years.

Titus OAM, Mr Ray Douglas (AD2014)

For service to the media as a sports photographer.

Senior photographer for The Advertiser (Adelaide newspaper), 1992-2011. Photographer at the The News in Adelaide, ca1957-1992. One of the longest serving employees of News Ltd. Throughout his career spanning 53 years, Mr Titus has photographed major sporting events and sporting identities including 50 international cricket Test matches in Adelaide, 48 South Australian Football League Grand Finals, and over 5,000 AFL/ South Australian Football League matches. Life Member, Australian Football Media Association. Was the recipient of several awards for his photography including: Walkley Award, 1971; Nikon Sports Photograph of the Year. SANFL Football Picture Awards; on14 occasions between 1986 and 2010, National Press Club. Best Photograph, Netball Australia, 1995 and 2007. Australian Cycling Picture of the Year, 1996. WD & HO Wills Sports Picture of the Year, 1994. Australian Horse Racing Picture of the Year, 1994. Cricket Tours of West Indies, 1984 and 1995. Cricket Tours of Australia, 1981-1985. Other awards/recognition include: Inductee, South Australia Media Hall of Fame, 2012.

Tiver AM, Mr Newton Stanley (AD1981)

For service to agriculture, particularly in the field of pasture research.

Tobin OAM, Mr Ashleigh Hambridge (AD2006)

For service to the community of Adelaide through music education and organ recitals.

Principal Organist, St.Francis Xavier’s Cathedral, Adelaide, since 1993. Senior Lecturer, Keyboard and Theoretical Studies, Elder School of Music, University of Adelaide, 2001-2003. Principal Lecturer, School of Music of the Adelaide Institute of TAFE (Flinders Street School of Music), 1975-2001. Lecturer in Music, 1971-1975. Convenor, sub-degree work group for the Amalgamation of the Flinders Street School of Music and the Elder Conservatorium, 2000-2001. Organist, Director of Music and Conductor, Crafers Boys’ Choir, Church of the Epiphany, 1970-1993. Assisted in raising funds for purchase of new organ ($250,000), installed 1993. Crafers Boys’ Choir performed with the State Opera of South Australia, 1972-1985. Part-time lecturer, University of Adelaide, 1983-1984. Fellow, Royal College of Organists UK, 1968. Fellow, Trinity College of Music, London, 1961. Awards/recognition include: Master of Music, University of Adelaide, 1972. Finalist, St Alban's International Organ Festival UK, 1967. George Murray overseas Scholarship, University of Adelaide, 1964.

Todd OAM, Mrs Daphne Miriam Mary (AD1995)

For service to sport and to the community.

Mrs Todd has been Committee Member of the Sportswomen's Association of Australia (SA Division) for the past five years. President, Vice-President and Committee member, South Australian Netball Umpires' Association and member, SA Netball Association since 1957. Driver, Hindmarsh Meals-on-Wheels for 36 years. Volunteer tutor with SA Education Department's Learning Assistance Program. Founding member - "Richmond Lovelies" - a variety group which raises money for the local school.

Toia AM, Wing Cmdr Mark Anthony (QB2000)

For exceptional service to the Royal Australian Air Force as the Commanding Officer of Number 492 Squadron, and as the Commanding Officer of Number 92 Wing Logistic Operations, Edinburgh.

Wing Commander Toia has been a central figure in the outstanding improvement in aircraft availability at Number 92 Wing. He has successfully changed the tenor of the maintenance organisation through a series of initiatives. He has increased the confidence of aircrew in the reliability and quality of day-to-day operational support. His tenure as Commanding Officer of Number 492 Squadron has been notable for his capacity to cope with tremendous change, executed in very short timeframes, and to produce outcomes that will positively influence the organisation for years to come.

Tolley OAM, Mr Ian Stockdale (QB1995)

For service to horticulture, particularly the citrus industry.

Mr Tolley was President of the International Society of Citrus Nurserymen (ISCN) 1991-1993. Member, Consultative Committee of the Department of Horticulture, Viticulture and Oenology, Waite Agricultural Research Institute of the University of Adelaide. President, International Plant Propagator's Society (IPPS) 1985, Horticultural Consultant to FAO-UNDP Rome 1990; Consultant to Thai-GZT on the rehabilitation of Thailand's citrus industry. Received Award of Merit from Nursery Industry Association of Australia in 1985. Secretary, Churchill Fellows Association Inc. of SA since 1991.

Tolley AM, Mrs Noelie Claire (QB2001)

For service to women in business, particularly as National President of Women Chiefs of Enterprise International, and to the community.

Women's Issues: President, Women's Chiefs of Enterprises International - Australia (WCEI-A), since 1997. World Vice-President, Femmes Chefs d' Enterprises Mondiales (FCEM), since 1998. Member, SA Executive Women's Forum. Business: Director/Secretary, Tolley's Nurseries - involved in specialised sales of citrus seed, nursery machinery and orchard technology transfers to various regional countries. Membership Secretary, International Society of Citrus Nurserymen, since 1989. Community: Member, Churchill Fellows Association of SA, and has assisted in the development of a membership database. Active as a writer with the Riverland and Mallee Writers Guild. Founding member, Renmark Arts Council in late 1950s. Vice-President, Riverland Zone Representative to SA Arts Council Board of Management:, 1987-1998. Member, Riverland TAFE Council, 1983-1987.

Tolley OAM, Mr John Clifford (AD2000)

For service to the preservation and recording of the history of South Australia, particularly as a researcher and writer.

In 1954, Mr Tolley commenced research into the history of South Australian and is still continuing. Became a member of the Pioneer Association and was Vice-President for 11 years. In 1954 also became a member of the Royal Geographical Society (South Australian Branch) and in 1964 was appointed Chairman of the Historical Division. Commenced writing a chronological history of South Australia. In 1965, co-wrote and published the "Story of Victor Harbor". In 1968, wrote and published the "South Coast Story". Both these books were written for the local government councils and are still in print. Has written numerous other books and articles. In 1970, Mr Tolley was on the Steering Committee for the formation of the South Australian Historical Society. In 1988 the Federal Government conducted an Australian Bicentennial History Record Research and Mr Tolley’s vast collection was included in their records. Continues to conduct numerous history walks and excursions in and around the South Coast area.

Tomaszewski OAM, Mr Henryk (QB1993)

For service to the Polish community.

He has been an executive member of the Federation of Polish Organisations in SA for 10 years. Since 1982, he has been the co-ordinator of the volunteer committee established by the Federation to assist the resettlement of Polish refugees in SA under the Community Refugee Settlement Scheme. He served as a member of the Social Security Migrant Consultative Committee for the year 1990-91. In 1981, he contributed to the organisation of Pol Art 1981, a festival of Polish arts and craft, and was a Committee member organising the help Poland Live Appeal in 1982.

Tongerie AM, Mr George (AD1988)

For service to the Aboriginal community.

Regenerated small outback town of Oodnadatta as Community Development Worker since 1980. Awarded South Australian "Aboriginal of the Year" 1985 for assisting the welfare of people for many years. Senior Community Welfare Worker with Aboriginal Co-ordinating Unit with Department for Community Welfare, SA Member, Oodnadatta Progress Association; Chairman, Aboriginal Community Centre 1975-80, member 1970-80. Council member, Aboriginal Community College 1973-80. Member, Aboriginal Lands Trust 1983-87. Aboriginal Representative, Parole Board 1987-90.

Tongerie AM, Mrs Maude (AD1988)

For service to the Aboriginal community.

Co-ordinator, Homemaker Service Programme, Oodnadatta Aboriginal Housing Society 1981-87. Member, Board of Management, Aboriginal Health Board 1981-87. Aboriginal Community Worker 1973-83. Foundation member, Aboriginal Women's Council of Australia 1962-81, served as Vice-President, Life Member 1981 (now named Aboriginal Community Centre). Instrumental in forming Aboriginal Child Care Agency and Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement. Member, Aged Persons' Trust three years. Member, Australian Aboriginal Education Consultative Committee several years.

Tonkes OAM, Mr William Roy (QB1995)

For service to lawn bowls.

Mr Tonkes was Chair of the Royal South Australian Bowling Association, Rules and Appeals Committee from 1981-92 and has been Chair Match Programme Committee since 1983, and National Umpire since 1966. He was involved in producing a Model Constitution for bowling clubs following enactment of Equal Opportunity Legislation. Patron, Alberton Bowling Club since 1993, Honorary Treasurer 1982-89 and 1965-74.

Tonkin OAM, Mr Arthur Allan (QB1985)

For service to the trade union movement, particularly through the Meat Industry Employees' Union.

Has served the trade union movement, particularly through the South Australian Branch of the Australasian Meat Industry Employees' Union from 1950 as a Shop Steward, Organiser 1960 and Secretary since 1969. Councillor, United Trades and Labor Council Executive Committee of South Australia, 1971-79.

Tonkin OAM, Mrs Merle (AD1991)

For service to women's affairs.

Mrs Tonkin has been a member of the SA Women's Electoral Lobby since 1978 and is currently a member of WEL's Co-ordinating Committee. She was Membership Officer for eight years, Public Officer and Acting Co-ordinator. Since 1979 Mrs Tonkin has also been a member of the volunteer staff of the Women's Information Switchboard of SA and co-ordinated the Support Group for four years. For the past five years she has also been a member of the Management Committee. She joined the Older Women's Advisory Committee of SA in 1985 and is a Member of the Board.

Tonkin AM, Mr Berwick Carlyon (AD1992)

For service to engineering and to the community.

Since 1958, consulting engineer providing services for government, industry and commerce. Valuable contribution to engineering and professional organisations. Member SA Institute Technology since 1973, Chairman Civil Engineering School Advisory Committee since 1982. Life member, Chairman SA Hydrological Society. Member, Chairman, Councillor. SA Chapter Association Consulting Engineers 1977-79. Since 1968, member, Federal Councillor, Divisional Chairman, Vice-President, National President, Institution of Engineers Australia, and Chairman Professional Issues Committee. Member since 1971 Anglican Synod Diocese of Adelaide. Important contribution to Anglican religion and Holy Trinity Church since 1950s. Member Parish Council 1960, Chairman since 1978.

Tonkin AO, The Hon David Oliver (AD1993)

For service to the South Australian Parliament, the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association and to the community.

Premier of SA, Treasurer, Minister for State Development and Ethnic Affairs 1979-82 following defeat Dunstan Government 1979. During three-year term in office instrumental in notable achievements including legislation to grant land rights to Pitjantjatjara people and for establishment Roxby Downs uranium, copper, gold mine. Leader of the Opposition 1975-79, Liberal Member for Bragg 1970-83. Highly regarded Secretary-General Commonwealth Parliamentary Association since 1986, playing leading role in development of organisation. Also Chairman State Opera Company of SA 1985-86; Director Australian Foundation for Prevention of Blindness 1962-79, making significant contribution, particularly through establishment glaucoma testing programme.

Toogood OAM, Ms Alice (QB1993)

For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Paralympic Games, Madrid, 1992.

Gold Medallist at the Paralympic Games, Madrid 1992, in the Women's Wheelchair Basketball Team event.

Toohey AM, Mr James Philip (QB1978)

For services to trade unionism and to politics.

Torino OAM, Mr Domenico (QB2006)

Service to the Italian community, particularly through promoting commerce and industry, and as a supporter of a range of charitable organisations.

Vice-President, National Council, Italian Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Australia, 2000-2005. President, SA Division, Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Australia, 1997-2004; Board Member, 1995-2004; Member, since 1986. Currently Vice-Chairman, Associazione Beneficienzi Calabresi, SA. President and Co-Founder, Italian Golf Club; Member. President, Radio Television Italiana. Former Board Member and fundraiser for SPARC Disability Foundation. Board Member and fundraiser for St Anne's Special School, during early 1990s. Managing Director, Festival City Wines and Spirits, since 1985. Awards/recognition include: Cavaliere dell'Ordine al Merito della Repubblica Italiana, 2003.

Tostevin AM, Mrs Diana Mary (QB1999)

For service to the community, particularly through hospital and university advisory councils and boards.

Mrs Tostevin served as a member of the Board of Directors Royal Adelaide Hospital, 1982-1994, and Deputy Chairperson, 1992-1994; Chairperson, Medical Committee; member, Hampstead Centre Management Committee; Research Fund Committee; Operations Committee; Fundraising Committee for Hanson Centre for Cancer Research. Council member, Australian Hospital Association of SA; Vice-President, 1986-1987; member, National Congress Committee in 1986. She was also involved as a member, Board of Management, Flinders Medical Centre, and member, Medical Advisory Committee from 1986 to 1989. Served as a member, Inaugural Council for Hospitals and Health Services Association of South Australia, 1988-1990. Currently Mrs Tostevin is a member, Medical Selection Committee of the Division of Health Sciences, University of Adelaide since 1996. Her contribution to tertiary education includes serving as Chairperson, 1979-1993, St Ann’s College, University of Adelaide, and member of Council, 1975-1994. Member, Adelaide College of the Arts and Education Council, 1980-1981. Inaugural Council Member, South Australian College of Advanced Education; member of Board of the Faculty of Education and Community Development; Staffing Committee and Finance Committee, 1982-1984. Council member, Australian Institute of Management, South Australia, 1987-1989. Visiting Syndicate Leader for eleven Management Development Programs for Australian Management College, Mt Eliza, Victoria, 1983-1991. Member of the Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee in South Australia, 1989-1991, and for Australia in 1990.

Tothill OAM, Mrs Betty Joy (AD2005)

For service to the community, particularly through the South Australian Country Women's Association, and through a range of school, parent and choral groups.

Country Women's Association: Life Member, Associated Country Women of the World (ACWW); Delegate to ACWW conferences in Vancouver and Kansas City. Member, Organising Committee, Adelaide Conference, Country Women's Association of Australia, 1997. Delegate, South Pacific Area Conferences, New Zealand, Barossa and Hobart. State President, South Australian Country Women's Association (SACWA), 2002-2005; Central Divisional President, 1998-2000; Deputy State President, 1993-1996; State Arts Officer, 1991-1993; Minute Secretary, State Council and Conference, 1983-1993 and 1996-2002; Member, Finance Committee, 1991-1992; Member, Constitution Committee, since 1994; Area Publicity Representative, 1993-1996; Representative to Women's Information Services, since 1994; Representative to South Australia Women's Suffrage; Member, Centenary Steering Committee, 1993-1995; Torrens Group President, 1992-1994; Life Member, 1989. Chairman, South Australian Country Women's Magazine, for 2 years; Editor, 1980-1983 and 1986-2002; Committee Member, for one year. Chairman, SACWA Arts Committee, 1988-1989; Secretary, 1982-1984 and 1986-1987; Acting Secretary, 1985-1986; Treasurer, 1981-1982; Reporter, 1979-1980. Accompanist, SACWA Massed Choir, since 1977. Foundation Member, SACWA Singers; accompanist, since 1981. President, Enfield Branch, Country Women's Association (CWA), 1996-1998; Secretary, 1999-2001; Member, since 1975. Member and Choir Pianist, Walkerville Branch, CWA, 1976; Conductor/pianist, 1987. Formed Enfield Walkerville CWA Choir (now Enfield CWA Choir), 1993. Accompanist, Primary Schools Festival of Music Choirs, SA Department of Education, for more than 20 years since the 1970s. Accompanist, Woodville Choral Group, since 1983. Accompanist, Metropolitan Male Voice Choir, 1979-1993. Assistant Accompanist, COTA(SA) Choir, for several years until 1997; Chorister, until 2002. President, South Australian Association of School Parents Clubs, 1977-1979; Assistant Secretary, 1974-1976; Member, since 1973; oversaw affiliation with national organisation, Australian Council of State Schools Association. Trainer, ‘The Joy Singers’, Aldersgate Village, 1983-1997. Member, Broadview Uniting Church; has held positions as member of Parish Council, Elder and Sunday School teacher and superintendent; Youth Club Leader. Associate Member, National Council of Women. Awards/recognition include: Centenary Medal, 2001. Citizen of the Year, Prospect Council, 1998. Member of Honour, SACWA, 1998. Certificate of Community Service, 1997. 50th Anniversary Award, Australian Council of State School Organisations, 1996.

Tottman OAM, Mrs Janice (QB2006)

Service to the community through the Adelaide Zoo and Monarto Zoological Park.

Volunteer, Adelaide Zoo, since 1983. Volunteer, Monarto Zoological Park, since 1991; coordinator of members’ fundraising; involved with guide training, since 1993. Life Member, Royal Zoological Society of South Australia. Involved in the foundation of the Cadaver Corps, 1990; Member; group prepares animal cadavers for use in zoo education exhibits. Volunteer Representative, Monarto Executive meetings. Member, Members’ Activity Committee. Involved in the Scrubby Flat clean up of exotic trees and plants and revegetation.

Trabilsie OAM, Mr Steve Joseph (QB2001)

For service to the community, particularly as a volunteer providing care and assistance for the terminally ill, people with disabilities, the homeless and the aged.

Since his retirement from hairdressing about 10 years ago, Mr Trabilsie been a volunteer at the Mary Potter Hospice where he has assisted with patient care and hairdressing (no charge). He has also assisted Minda Inc clients to participate in a range of activities including gardening, personal grooming and walks in the local area. Assisted at the Daughters of Charity Home in Hutt Street as a kitchen hand and by providing hairdressing services for the disadvantaged. Volunteer kitchen hand at Meals on Wheels Glenelg on a fortnightly basis. Awarded the James D Richardson award in 1998 by the local Lions Club for service to humanity and the community.

Traeger OAM, Mrs Elaine Dawn (QB2009)

For service to the community, particularly through Meals on Wheels in South Australia.

Board Member, Meals on Wheels (SA), since 1998; State Kitchen Liaison Officer, since 1998; Chair, Services Development Committee, for 9 years; current Chair, Cook-Chill Committee; Kitchen Supervisor, Brighton Branch, 1987-1995; volunteer, since 1970. President, Southern Hospice Friends, Southern Adelaide Palliative Services, for 2 years; Board Member, for 3 years; representative on the Board of the Daw House Hospice Foundation. President, Probus Club of Brighton, for 2 years. Awards/recognition include: Centenary Medal, 2001. Community Service Medal, Rotary Club of Adelaide, 2008.

Trainor AM, Rev Dr Michael Francis (AD2007)

For service to education, particularly in the areas of theology and archeology, to international and inter-faith relations, and to ecumenism.

Senior Lecturer (New Testament), Adelaide College of Divinity, since 1991, and at Flinders University School of Theology, since 1992; the Adelaide College of Divinity provides all teaching in theology for Flinders University. Adjunct Lecturer of Theology, Catholic Adult Education Service, Archdiocese of Adelaide, since 1997. Head of Catholic Adult Education, Adelaide, 1983-1996. Current Co-investigator, ‘Colossae: Unearthing the Past’ project, with Flinders University Department of Archaeology, and Pamukkale and Denizli Universities in Turkey, cultural and archaeological study of the early Christian communities in the Lycus Valley of south west Turkey near the ancient site of Colossae. Collaborative work with lecturers in Archaeology and Theology Departments, Flinders University; set up series of inter-disciplinary courses including an on-site course in Turkey, 2005. Visiting Professor, Dallas University USA, 2004. Visiting Fellow, Macquarie University, 2003. Leader, ‘Bible Lands Study Tours’ to the Middle East, open to students and the public, annually for over 10 years. Conference and Seminar Presenter, within Australia and internationally, since 1995. President, Australian Catholic Biblical Association, 1991-1992 and 2004-2006; Member, since 1983. Co-Chair, Uniting Church - Roman Catholic Dialogue, Adelaide, since 1994; Member, since 1992. President, Catholic Adult Faith Educators Association of Australia, 1999-2001. Co-Chair, Council of Christians and Jews - South Australia, 1997-1998; Member, since 1997; South Australian Representative, National Conference of Councils of Christians and Jews, 2004. Member, Society of Biblical Literature, since 2004. Member, British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara, since 2003. Member, Australian College of Educators, since 1998. Current Parish Priest, St Augustine's Catholic Church, Salisbury. Editorial Committee, The Earth Bible (international project), 1995-2002. Editor, Australian Biblical Project, St Paul Publications, 1995-2002. Consultant, HarperCollinsReligious Publishers, 1996-2001. Author of numerous books, chapters and articles in a range of theology publications. Awards/recognition include: Living Legend, City of Salisbury, 2006. International Service to the Community Award, City of Salisbury, Australia Day 2006. Keys to the City, Denizli, Turkey, 2004.

Tran AM, Assoc Prof My-Van (QB2002)

For service to the Vietnamese community and to the promotion of multiculturalism and Asian studies.

Associate Professor and Coordinator, Asian Studies, University of South Australia. Ministerial Appointee, SA Multicultural Education Committee, 2002. Ambassador for the Recognition of Women, 2001-2002. Member, National Multicultural Advisory Council, 1994-2000. Director, Special Broadcasting Service, 1992-1998. Member, Bureau of Immigration, Multicultural and Population Research, South Australian Reference Group, 1995-1996. South Australian representative, Commonwealth-State Council on Non-English Speaking Background Women’s Issues, 1992-1994. Member, South Australian Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission, 1988-1991. Author of several publications on Vietnam and the Vietnamese in Australia. Member, National Population Research Council, 1985-1987. Dr Tran was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia in the Australia Day 1986 Honours List for her service to Asian-Australian relations.

Tran-Thi-Nien OAM, Sr Marie (QB1990)

For service to the Vietnamese community and to education.

Foundation President of South Australian Chapter of the Vietnamese Community. Appointed to the Australian Refugee Advisory Council 1979-80. Member Vietnamese subject Advisory Committee for the Senior Secondary Assessment Board of South Australia since 1979.

Travers OAM, Mr Ignatius Stephen (AD1986)

For service to the community.

Treagus OAM, Mr Edward Mervyn (AD2002)

For service to the community, particularly the families of veterans, through participation in ex-Service welfare organisations.

Mr Treagus has been involved in community activities for many years. Veterans' Children's Education Board: nominated by Adelaide Legacy Club to the Board in 1987; Deputy Chairman, since 1994. Legacy: Member, Adelaide Legacy Club, since 1973; Chairman, Education Committee, for six years; Committee Member, Badge and Pensions Committees. Neighbourhood Watch: Zone Coordinator, for past 10 years. Teacher (unpaid), Bedford Industries Rehabilitation Association, 1981-1985. Also involved with the Seaford Ecumenical Mission, since 1996, and the Southern Urgent Relief Fund.

Treloar OAM, Mr Brian Sydney (AD2006)

For service to local government and to the community, particularly through health-care, church and freemasonry organisations.

Chairman, District Council of Lower Eyre Peninsula, since 2001; Deputy Chairman, 1993-2001. Councillor, since 1985. President, Eyre Peninsula Local Government Association, 2003-2005. Chairman, Development Assessment Panel, since 1985. Chairman, Works Committee, 1995-2002. Chairman, Finance Committee, 1989-1995. Chairman, Airport Committee. Delegate to South Australian Regional Organisation of Councils and to State Local Government Association Executive (LGA). LGA representative to State Revegetation Committee, 1998-2001. Vice-Chairman, Eyre Peninsula Natural Resource Management Group, 2002-2003. Member, Lower Eyre Peninsula Group Country Fire Service Committee, 1987-1997. Member, Southern Eyre Animal and Plant Control Board, 1989-1995. Chairman, Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare/Equal Employment Opportunity Committee, 1989-1990. Deputy Chairman, Lower Eyre Health Services, 2000-2003; Deputy Chairman, Finance/Executive Committee, 1999-2002; Member of Finance Committee, 1996-1998; Building Committee, 1995-1998; and House Committee, 1995-1996. Board Member, Cummins and District Memorial Hospital, 1995-2003. Council Member, Cummins Recreation Centre, 1985-2005. Chairman, Church and Parish Councils, St Simon and St Jude Anglican Church; Priest's Warden, for many years. Chairman, Eyre Peninsula ‘On Farm’ Training Scheme (for young rural people), early 1980s. Member, Cummins Community Choir. Involved in formation and operation of Cummins and District Community Bank; inaugural Director. Junior Grand Warden, Grand Lodge of South Australia, 1991-1992; Assistant Grand Director of Ceremonies, 1989-1991; Senior Grand Deacon, 1987-1989; Grand Steward, 1985-1987. Secretary, Cummins Lodge (Lodge Sirius), 1978-1985; Current Treasurer and Chaplain. Vice-Patron, Great Flinders Football League; League delegate; goal umpire; Life Member, 1979. President, Eyre Peninsula Bowls Association, for 2 years. Since 1985 has held the positions of: President, Senior Vice President, and Junior Vice-President; Member, Management Committee; Association Delegate; and Member, Grounds Committee, Cummins Bowls Club. Awards/recognition include: Citizen of the Year, 2004.

Treloar OAM, Mrs Geraldine Mavis (AD2012)

For service to the podiatry profession.

Instrumental in the formation of the National and State Australian Podiatry Association, from the 1960s; Council Member, for 20 years. Chairperson, Podiatry Board of South Australia, 1993-2001; Member, from 1970-2001. Consultant for program development, University of South Australia, for 10 years. Editor, Australian Podiatrist, for 11 years. Instigated the Australian Standards for sterilisation of surgical instruments and equipment (AS4187-1949) and (AS4815 - 2001) for ‘Small Office based practices’. The standards are now compulsory for all health practitioners. Member of both relevant committees. Established the first Podiatry services to Mental Health Services, 1961; and to the Repatriation Outpatients Department, 1962.

Tremaine AM, Mr Jack Anzac (QB1985)

For service to the community of Kangaroo Island.

Member, Parndana Branch Agricultural Bureau since 1953, Secretary 18 years, now Life Member. Executive member, Parndana Show Society since 1957, President six years, Life Member 1981. Committee member of Parndana Progress Association since its formation in 1950, President 10 years. Foundation Member and member of Management Committee of Kangaroo Island Community Club since 1964, President four years, Life Member 1981. Has also been active in church committees, War Service Settlers' Association, South Australia Wheat and Woolgrowers, and United Farmers and Graziers.

Trembath OAM, Mrs Marie Olive (QB2011)

For service to the community through volunteer roles with Meals on Wheels, church and charitable organisations.

Volunteer, Prospect Branch, Meals on Wheels, 1971-2008. Volunteer, Moonta Branch, Meals on Wheels, 1966-1971. Treasurer, Women's Fellowship, Broadview Uniting Church, since 1993; Member, since ca1974. Member, Broadview Uniting Church, since 1974. Volunteer, Friends of the Women's and Children's Hospital Shops Auxiliary, 1981-2007; Member, Management Committee.

Tremethick OAM, Mr Eric James (QB1984)

For service to the welfare of ex-service personnel.

Tremethick AM, Mr Ralph Mansfield (QB1979)

For service to trade unionism, particularly to the Police Federation of Australia.

Trengove OAM, Mrs Janet Anne (Jan) (QB2010)

For service to the Uniting Church in Australia, and to the community.

Moderator, Uniting Church in South Australia, 2001-2003. Chair, Frontier Services, since 2006; Board Member. Former Member, National Assembly Standing Committee, Uniting Church in Australia. Lay Preacher, Uniting Church Spalding, since 1997. Former Chair, Uniting Care Wesley Port Pirie. Chair, Organising Committee, Trans-Tasman Rural Ministry Conference, 2004. Inaugural Chair, Mid North Grasslands Working Group; current Member. Member, Spalding State Emergency Service Unit, since 1978. Initiator, local monthly newsletter Spalding Scribe, 1984; Editor/typist, since 1997. Committee Member, International Farm Youth Exchange World Conference, 2008. Founding Member, Spalding Drama Group, 1983-1996; served as a performer, Director and Chief Motivator, for many years. Founder, Spalding History and Archive Group, 1991. Inaugural Member, Spalding Community Management Committee, 1997.

Trent AM, Prof Faith Helen (QB2003)

For service to education as an academic, as a contributor in the area of educational reform, and to the community, particularly in the areas of indigenous and multicultural affairs.

Head, Faculty of Education, Humanities, Law and Theology, Flinders University. Inaugural Member, Committee for the Advancement of University Teaching (now known as the Australian Universities Teaching Committee). Member, Board of the Deans of Education. Member, National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition Expert Teaching Panel. Member, Steering Committee, SA Curriculum Review. Board Member, Senior Secondary Assessment Board of SA. Involved in the establishment of the Wollotuka Centre, University of Newcastle. Involved in the establishment of the Yunggorendi First Nations Education and Research Centre, Flinders University, 1996. Chair, Advisory Committee and Review of Aboriginal Programs, Flinders University. Member, SA Multicultural Forum. Member, Teritary Education Multicultural Committee. Involved in the Galbally program (to retrain professionals from different cultural backgrounds). Inaugural Chair, Hunter Migrant Resource Centre, 1985-1988. Member, Legal Practitioners' Conduct Board.

Trenwith OAM, Mr Samuel Leonard Lancelot (QB1981)

For service to band music.

Trethewey OAM, Mr Lincoln (QB2004)

For service to the community of Kangaroo Island through local government, conservation and historical preservation activities and economic development projects.

Councillor, Dudley and Kangaroo Island Council, 1991-1998. Deputy Chairman and Councillor, Dudley Council (amalgamated with Kangaroo Island Council), 1996. Chair, Kangaroo Island National Parks and Wildlife Consultative Committee, for 4 years; involved in a range of committees, since 1990, including Chair, Friends of Dudley Peninsula Parks and Wildlife Group, since 2001. Founding Chair, Penneshaw Rural Transaction Centre Committee. President, Penneshaw Progress Association, since 1999. Chairman, National Trust Penneshaw Folk and Maritime Museum, for over 10 years. Volunteer, Penneshaw First Response Group, South Australian Ambulance Service; involved since 1993.

Trevor AM, Mrs Irene Hazel (QB1976)

For services to the community, particularly aged and invalid pensioners.

Trimper OAM, Mr Eric Leslie (AD2001)

For service to horticulture and floriculture, particularly as the Head Gardener of Ashford Community Hospital and through the National Rose Society of Australia.

Head Gardener, Ashford Community Hospital, 1972-1997. Council member, Rose Society of South Australia, 1974-1998; Vice-President, 1976-1990; and President, 1984-1987. Delegate, National Rose Society of Australia, 1986-1987 and 1991. Committee member, Adelaide Rose Festival Committee, 1993-1996. Serves as Judge for various Horticultural Shows. Also instrumental in the establishment of the Judges School for the Rose Society of South Australia. Conducts training in rose culture for Adelaide Botanic Gardens and the Technical and Further Education Colleges. Consultant to: the National Trust regarding rose plantings at the historic Carrick Hill and Beaumont House; the Adelaide City Council in the development of Rymill Park Gardens; and the Botanic Gardens of Adelaide in the selection of roses for the International Rose Garden. Member, Tree Advisory Council, Corporation of Renmark. Lecturer to various Garden Clubs and community groups. Received the 1992 Australian Rose Award - National Rose Society of Australia; and the 1991 TA Steward Award - award given for outstanding service and shared between Australia and New Zealand. Life Member - South Australian Rose Society, Renmark Floricultural Society, Fern Society of South Australia, and SA Geranium and Pelargonium Society. Patron- Cottage Garden Club of South Australia.

Trotman-Dickenson AM, Wing-Com Richard Greville (AD2009)

For exceptional service to the Royal Australian Air Force as the Intelligence Commander Joint Electronic Warfare Operational Support Unit and as Wing Commander Operations (Information Warfare) at Information Warfare Wing.

Wing Commander Trotman-Dickenson is an exceptional officer who displays mastery of his craft, exemplary initiative and unrivalled devotion to duty in extremely challenging circumstances. Wing Commander Trotman-Dickenson has successfully brought about vast improvement to the quality of information and intelligence support provided by Aerospace Operational Support Group to the Australian Defence organisation and has laid a solid foundation for an integrated information warfare capability for the Royal Australian Air Force.

Trott AM, Adj Ass Prof Patricia Helen (AD2012)

For service to physiotherapy through administrative and academic roles and through a range of professional associations at the state and national level.

Adjunct Associate Professor, Division of Health Sciences, University of South Australia, since 2000; Head, School of Physiotherapy, 1992-2000; Coordinator, International Affairs, 1999-2000; Associate Professor, 1991-1992; Principal Lecturer, 1986-1990; Senior Lecturer, 1980-1985; Lecturer, 1975-1979. National President, Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA), 1975-1977; Chair, Central Planning Committee, National Conference, 2006-2007; Member, Specialisation Committee, since 2005; Member, Board of Directors, 2003-2005; Member, National Advisory Council, 1999-2000; Member, House of Delegates, 1972-1982. Chairman, Interim Committee for Specialisation, 1984-1986; Member, 1986-1990. APA Representative and Executive Member, World Confederation for Physical Therapy, 1977-1982. Current Chair, Physiotherapists in Retirement, APA (SA Branch); Former President; Council Member, 1966-1977; Honorary Consultant for Research, 1996-2000; Member, Research Committee, 1995-1998; Honorary Consultant for Manipulative Physiotherapy, 1980-1996; Convenor, Spinal Manipulation Course, 1967-1979. Delegate to National Council, 1972-1975. Examiner, Australian College of Physiotherapists, 1986-2008; Council Member, 1984-2008; Chief Censor, 1999-2003; Treasurer, 1985-1988. Director, Physiotherapy Research Foundation (PRF), 1997-2000; Chair, Management Committee, 1993-1997; Deputy Chair, 1991-1993. Member, 2006-2007; Honorary Adviser, 2008-2009. Chair, PRF Working Party, 2001-2005; Member, 2006-2007. Co-Founder, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia, 1966; National Vice-President, 1972-1973; State President (SA), 1983. Chairman, National Education Standards Committee, 1983-1988; Committee Member, 1972-1988. Member, Australian Examining Council for Overseas Physiotherapists, Australian Physiotherapy Council, 2000-2002. Member, Assessment Committee, New Undergraduate Physiotherapy program at Charles Sturt University, 1998-1999. Representative of Heads of Schools of Physiotherapy, 1997-1998.

Trounson OAM, Mr Alfred Donald (AD2003)

For service to the community as creator of the National Photographic Index of Australian Birds.

In the 1970s, working in conjunction with the Australian Museum, produced a collection of coloured photographs of all Australian birds. The collection was known as the National Photographic Index of Australian Birds and was used in the Reader's Digest Complete Book of Australian Birds, published in 1976. The Index was later incorporated in the National Photographic Index of Australian Wildlife presently housed in the National Library of Australia. Awards include: Australian Photographic Society Nature Medallion, 1992.

Tuck OAM, Miss Ruth Edith (QB1981)

For service as an art teacher and as an artist.

Tuck AM, Mr Angus Rot Tasker (QB1978)

For services to the community.

Tucker OAM, Miss Jean Blanche (AD1979)

For service to the Girl Guides' Association of Australia.

Miss Tucker has given 48 years of continous service to the Girl Guides' Association, having joined in 1930. She became Region Commissioner for Yorke Peninsula and was Commissioner for the Northern Territory for five years. She was responsible for the establishment of the first Guide Company at Curramulka and a Sea Rangers and a Guide Company at Port VIncent. After the War she served with the Guide International Service in Germany for two years, and in 1957 travelled to England as a member of the Baden Powell staff contingent. Miss Tucker arranged for a disused hall to be transported to Port Vincent for the establishment of a 32-bed hostel in the Youth Hostels Chain.

Tuckwell OAM, Mrs Lorraine (AD1985)

For service to the community.

Tuohy OAM, Mr Roy Gerald (QB2001)

For service to the cinema industry, particularly through the preservation of the history and tradition of film and cinema entertainment, and to the community as a fundraiser.

Mr Tuohy has been involved in the cinema industry since he was 10 years old, when he rang the bell in the street to announce the travelling picture show. His first real movie job was switching the films between the Port Adelaide and Semaphore Ozone Theatres in 1923. Mr Tuohy obtained his Projectionists Licence in 1930. During the Great Depression he built and ran an "Open Air" show in his Mother's backyard and screened the same show at nearby country towns using open air plant. Projectionist at a number of suburban cinemas including Enfield, the Theatre Royal, the Majestic, Chinese Gardens Open Air Cinema (c1935) and the Glenelg Ozone. Appointed to the Ozone Board of Directors in 1948. Managed the Mildura Circuit of theatres before resigning to manage a hotel at Merbein. Leased and ran theatres at Barmera and Berri and built an open air theatre at Berri. Managed Swan Hill Theatre and later constructed and operated drive-in theatres at Swan Hill, Kerang, Casterton, Terang and an open-air theatre at Portland. Mr Tuohy continued to operate a mobile screen around Mount Gambier in hotels, clubs and at charitable functions until his 88th birthday. In 1999 he was elected Film Pioneer of the Year by the Society of Australian Cinema Pioneers.

Turnbull AM, Dr John Winston (QB2000)

For service to medicine and medical education, particularly through the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and to the community.

His major contribution has been toward the development of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners at a state and national level, particularly through the medical education system and the maintenance of standards in training and assessment for general practice. Dr Turnbull’s involvement at state level is as follows: member, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners since 1970 and Fellow since 1974. Member, SA Medical Education Committee, 1970-1980 and Secretary, Undergraduate Education Sub-Committee, 1973-1977. Member, SA Examination Panel since 1973, and Chairman 1978-1983. Member, Panel of Censors for South Australia 1982-1992, and Censor 1983-1992. Member, SANT Faculty Board since 1974, Vice-Chairman in 1977 and Provost, 1990-1992. Represented the Faculty on its Medical Education Committee and the South Australian Maternal Mortality Committee. Elected SA representative, College Council in 1994. At national level, he was Censor-in-Chief, 1992-1994, and Chairman of Council, 1994-1996. Represented the SANT Faculty at a national level on the Vocational Registration Eligibility Committee and the Specialist Recognition Advisory Committee for South Australia and Northern Territory and the Australian Patient Safety Foundation. Dr Turnbull has been a member of Rotary since 1970. He served as President of the Woodville South Rotary Club, 1975-1976, and Rotary volunteer for two months in Vietnamese Refugee Camps in Hong Kong.

Turner AO CBE, Mr Raymond Stanmore (AD1984)

For service to the community, particularly as National Chairman of the Winston Churchill Trust.

Mr Turner has been a dedicated honorary worker for the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust since its establishment in 1965, when he was appointed Director and State Appeal Chairman, having spent three years as a member of the National Committee and SA Chairman responsible for the planning and setting up of the appeal. In 1975 he was appointed National Chairman, a position he held until December, 1983. Mr Turner has also given distinguished service with the National Heart Foundation of Australia and the Institute of Directors.

Turner AM, Dr Frederick Boyd (AD1990)

For service to people with physical disabilities.

Joint founder and inaugural President, Fokus Society of SA 1977, 1981-82, established to support and help handicapped children to live in the community rather than in institutions. Former physician, Adelaide Children's Hospital 1947-66. Helped establish Handicapped Employment Training Assistance Scheme in 1970s. Involved with ACROD since 1976. Foundation Fellow and State Committee Member, Australian College of Rehabilitation Medicine.

Turner AM, Mr Edward (AD1999)

For service to the community, particularly through advocacy for aged people.

Mr Turner was the President, Council of Pensioners and Retired Persons Association (COPARPA), 1993-1996. He was also the President, Voice of the Elderly (VOTE), 1989-1990, Secretary/Treasurer, 1990-1992, and committee member for many years. This former association was incorporated into COPARPA. Mr Turner contributed as a member to the Consumer Forum for the Aged in 1990, and to the Older Persons Advisory Committee of the Office for the Ageing, 1990-1992. President, Australian Retired Persons Association (ARPA) Somerton Group, 1988-1991; Vice President in 1987 and committee member in 1985. He was a member, Aged Rights Advocacy Service, 1991-1992. President, Brighton/Glenelg Community /Centre, 1988-1990. Mr Turner was named South Australian Senior Citizen of the Year in 1993. Served as President and Treasurer, Mayfair Light Opera Society.

Turton AM, Sq Ldr Anthony Michael (AD1993)

For service to the Royal Australian Air Force as Resident Project Manager Israel for the P-3C Electronic Support Measures Project.

Squadron Leader Turton joined the Royal Australian Air Force in June 1974 as a Cadet Aircrew. He has served as an Air Electronics Officer with No. 10 Squadron, No. 292 Squadron, RAAF Washington and RAAF Support Unit Canberra. He was posted to Israel in May 1990 as the Resident Project Manager for the P-3C Electronic Support Measures Project Team.

Turtur OAM, Mr Michael Colin (AD1985)

For service to the sport of cycling.

Tuul OAM, Mr Iivo Veljo (QB2013)

For service to the Estonian community.

President, Adelaide Estonian Committee, 2008-2010; Vice-President 1994. Chairman, Estonian Council of Sports, Australia, 1976-1992. Chairman, Estonian Festival held in Adelaide, 1990, 1997, 2003 and 2010. Awards/recognition include: Service recognised by the Republic of Estonia through the award of the White Star in 2005.

Twartz OAM, Mr Harold Elliot (AD1984)

For service to the community.

Twigden AM, Mr John Kevin Charles (QB1990)

For service to primary industry, to local government, and to the community.

Currently Chairman, Board of Waikerie Co-operative Producers Ltd.; Deputy Chairman, 1978-86; elected to Board 1963 currently Chairman Murray River Wholesalers; elected to the Board, 1978. South Australian Delegate to the Federal Council of the Australian Dried Fruits Association for the past 10 years. Director of the Management Committee of the Association's marketing arm Australian Dried Fruit Sales since 1978. Chairman, Manchester Unity Friendly Society since 1982. Currently Director, Manchester Unity-Hibernian Building Society and Credit Union. Involved with local government 1961-1975 including a period as Deputy Mayor of Waikerie. Leading member during the 1970s of the Offenders' Aid Rehabilitation Service associated with Cadell Training Centre.

Twining OAM, Mrs Joy Nancy (QB1980)

For service to the sport of badminton.

Twist OAM, Mrs Shirley Wrathall (AD1990)

For service to the community.

Supervisor of the Henley Beach Branch of Meals on Wheels 1974-89. Served on the State Executive Committee 1975-77; original member of the State Services Development Committee 1980-87.

Tyler AO, Prof Michael James (AD1995)

For service to zoology, particularly through the research and conservation of Australian amphibians.

Internationally known as a pre-eminent authority on amphibians in general and sole contributor to our knowledge of the fossil history of Australian frogs. Associate Professor of Zoology at the University of Adelaide since 1984. Senior lecturer 1979-83, lecturer 1975-78, describing many new species and publishing more than 200 scientific papers and 13 books on the subject. Very active in spreading knowledge of frogs to the general public. Consultant to ABC TV "Nature of Australia" and BBC TV "Life on Earth". City of Adelaide Australia Day Citizen of the Year 1993, awarded Australian Natural History Medallion and Sir Joseph Verco Medal 1980 for contribution to herpetology. Chairman of the board of the South Australian Museum 1982-92, Honorary Associate in Herpotology since 1962. President of the Royal Zoological Society of South Australia and Fellow of the New York Academy of Sciences.

Tyler OAM, Mr Lyle Oscar (QB2003)

For service to softball as an administrator and an umpire.

South Australian Softball Association: President, since 1993; Vice-President, 1989 and 1991-1993; Honorary Treasurer, Acting Treasurer or Co-Treasurer, 1990-1992 and since 1995; Member, Board of Management, 1981-1989 and since 1991; Director of Umpiring, 1981-1989; Grounds Director, 1989-1993; Member, Building Committee, 1984-1986; Member, Zoning Committee, 1968-1974; Member, Umpires' Auxiliary, 1966-1973; Life Member, 1982. South Australian Delegate to Australian Softball Federation, since 1991. Convenor, Australian U16 Boys' Championship, 2000. Umpire, Australian Women's Open Championship, 1971. Awards include: Australian Sports Medal, 2000. International Year of Volunteers Recognition Certificate, 2001. Service Award, Sportsman Association, SA Division, 2000. Service Award, South Australian Softball Association, 1996. Administrator of the Year, South Australian Sportswomen's Association, 1993. Service Award, Australian Softball Federation, 1993.