The extraordinary group of inspiring Australians in the running for the 2016 Australian of the Year Awards is now finalised. The group includes leaders in human rights, individuals working in science, health, medicine, arts and culture, who come from far and wide around Australia including places such as Cooktown, Queenstown, Alice Springs and Esperance.
Australia’s leading food rescue organisation, OzHarvest, received a Royal visit by Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall earlier today (Thursday, 12 Nov 2015).
If you're in #CBR get along to @MoAD_Canberra to check it out! https://t.co/J4DmejaZfc
"However we come home, we come home changed." Graham Edwards AM, 2016 WA Senior #AusoftheYear https://t.co/Q29YMGKJbK
RT @LasekJeremy: @GlennKeysAspen Hats off to you and the team Glenn. An inspiring project driven by our ACT @ausoftheyear for 2015. #congra…
Big Boss, Laurie Baymarwannga, 2012 Senior #ausoftheyear doco on @NITV tonight. At 97, she's the last fluent speaker of Yan-nhanu language.