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OAM honours community service

Heather Bieman, Kim Hill and Val Stewart have all been recognised for their services to community receiving the Order of Australia Medal (OAM) as part of the King’s Birthday Honours.

The three women from Camden and Wollondilly are among many to be acknowledged in the awards under the name of the newly crowned King.

Of the 1,191 Australians acknowledged – 919 received the General Division of the Order of Australia awards – six AC, 46 AO, 246 AM and 621 OAM. Since the awards were established in 1975 – this year the number of women recognised has reached parity.

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Headmaster receives OAM

Dr Stuart John Quarmby, founding headmaster of Wollondilly Anglican School, has been awarded an Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for his service to primary and secondary education. Dr Quarmby was


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