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Sir Kenny Daglish leads Queen's Birthday Honours list

Sir Kenny Daglish leads Queen's Birthday Honours list

"I feel very humbled and honoured to receive this award in recognition of my contribution to psycho-oncology", Professor Chambers said in a statement.

For the first time, women have outnumbered men on the list of Australians receiving one of the top Queen's Birthday honours.

Mr Don, who lives near Leominster, in Herefordshire, will receive the honour for services to horticulture, to broadcasting and to charity.

Fenella's remarkable career spans seventy years and at ninety-years-old she continues to enthral audiences with her memoirs readings: 'Do You Mind If I Smoke?', most recently appearing at The Crazy Coqs/Brasserie Zédel, and the Century Club, with more appearances scheduled this year.

The Skysports Ambassador now holds WBA, IBF and WBO titles after winning his March unification clash with Joseph Parker and was honoured for his services to boxing.

Among the politicians honoured are Conservative MPs Eleanor Laing and Bernard Jenkin, awarded a damehood and a knighthood respectively for their political and public service, while Labour's Louise Ellman has also been made a dame for parliamentary and political services.

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He also speaks regularly around the world about improving wellbeing at work.

"In 2013, she was given the Exceptional Service Award by the British Arts Festivals Association (BAFA) a national award within the Arts for volunteers", it said.

A former policeman in South Wales, he went to work in Bosnia to help bring people to trial for war crimes committed during the conflicts there in the 1990s.

Paralympian Kurt Fearnley and author Kate Grenville are among the 1007 Australians on this year's Queen's Birthday Honours List.

In total, 1,057 people have received an award with 10% of the successful candidates come from a BAME background.