Ms JODI McKAY (Strathfield) (23:05): I bring to the attention of the House the work of Dr Vairamuttu Manomohan from Strathfield, who is not only a well-respected cardiologist but also an active member of the Tamil Australian community. I have seen the great regard in which he is held and have witnessed his commitment to helping others. Since moving to Australia in the early 1990's, Dr Manomohan has worked with a cardiologist in Western Sydney. In 2000 he established the Australian Medical Aid Foundation, an organisation that has raised millions of dollars for medical equipment, beds and surgical support in developing countries including for Jaffna Hospital in northern Sri Lanka. Dr Manomohan has also served as president of the Sydney Murugan Temple, where he actively works to improve the temple's facilities for all its members. He has been president of the Tamil Resource Centre and chairperson of the Australian Tamil Electoral Lobby. I thank Dr Manomohan for his tireless work and for his dedication to the Tamil Australian community. As a Member of Parliament who represents a significant Tamil Australian community, I am very grateful for his compassion and selfless commitment to my community.