AUSTRALIAN OF THE YEAR AWARDS 2014

2014-01-28 04:38:50 | Al Muslim News
AUSTRALIAN OF THE YEAR AWARDS 2014

 

Four outstanding Australians were honoured as part of the Australian of the Year Awards for 2014. AFL footballer Mr Adam Goodes have been awarded as Australian of the Year 2014. Fred Chaney AO have honored as the 2014 Senior Australian of the Year. A former Federal Minister, Mr Chaney has a long history of public service and a commitment to reconciliation and improving opportunities for Indigenous Australians. Australia’s 2012 Paralympian of the Year Jacqueline Freney continues to add to her extraordinary record of achievement and was named the Young Australian of the Year 2014. Since 1998 Mr Tim Conolan has assisted more than four million children and their families through his charity TLC for Kids. This has earned him the well-deserved honour of Australia’s Local Hero 2014..

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