Residents recognised by the Queen in 2018 Birthday Honours List
Jun 13 2018 by Desiree Burns
More than 1000 Australians have been recognised for their contributions across a diverse range of areas, as part of The Queen's Birthday 2018 Honours List, with a number of Gold Coasters among them.
Other famous faces featured in the list include lawyer and businesswoman Margaret Casely-Hayford, for her services to charity in the United Kingdom and overseas, and footballer Jermain Defoe for services to the Jermain Defoe Foundation for underprivileged children.
Mr Don, who lives near Leominster, in Herefordshire, will receive the honour for services to horticulture, to broadcasting and to charity.
Speaking of her recent award, Liz Cuddy said: "It was a huge surprise to receive an OBE".
"I am extremely honoured to be receiving an MBE and highly appreciative to those that put my name forward as this is not something that you ever consider a possibility". I'm terribly moved. It's lovely to have my work acknowledged in a serious way. "I am forever grateful", said Marshall. "I am proud of it to be honest".
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"And you try and give objective to the racing, to contribute to the community. and have conversations around disability". I also welcome the Knighthood for Jim Ratcliffe, chair and chief executive of Ineos Chemical Group, who has built a business empire which contributes so much to the Scottish economy.
Malcolm Richardson, a magistrate in North Avon and then South Gloucestershire for more than 25 years, and former national chairman of the Magistrates" Association, has been recognised in the honours list for "services to the administration of justice'.
Ms Coghill said: "I feel honoured and humbled to be recognised for the work I love doing in an organisation that is the best in the world".
Forty-nine percent of the honorees are women, while 10% of all those on the list are from black and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.