Ian Henderson ('70)
Ian is an Australian television news presenter, currently presenting the ABC News in Victoria.
Dr. Ian Watterson ('75)
Dr. Ian Watterson is the Principal Research Scientist at the CSIRO, a place where he has worked for 22 years. At CSIRO, Dr Watterson has contributed to the development of global climate models and has performed simulations of global warming due to greenhouse gases.
John Gollings AM ('62)
Born in Melbourne in 1944, John Gollings began his foray into photography and darkroom developing at the keen age of 11.
Professor Simon Molesworth AO QC ('71)
Professor Molesworth is the Foundation Executive Chairman of the International National Trusts Organisation which is the co-ordinated voice for some seven million National Trust members and tens of millions of supporters world wide.
Professor Geoffrey Cleghorn ('71)
Geoffrey Cleghorn is Deputy Head of the School of Medicine and Professor of Paediatrics and Child Health at the University of Queensland, Australia
Peter Batten: the OHA's top gun
The sky's the limit for most, but not Peter Batten (OH '74). For his entire career, Peter has been pushing the limits in aviation whether that involved flying fighter jets for the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) or developing the next generation of helicopters.
Bob Sedergreen ('60)
Last month, artists and industry figures within the Australian jazz scene gathered at Melbourne's Bird's Basement for the 16th Australian Jazz Bell Awards.
Geoff McGeary OAM ('59)
Geoff McGeary is the 10th recipient of the Old Haileyburians Association Medal.
Chris Pfeiffer OAM ('68)
Chris Pfeiffer has devoted over 30 years to the wine industry, working for Lindemans before setting up his own winery, Pfeiffer Wines, in Rutherglen in 1984.
Paul Ronalds ('89)
Paul Ronalds is CEO of the Save the Children Australia and is one of Australia's leading voices on poverty eradication and international development.