SYDNEY (Reuters): Australia moved to strip entertainer Rolf Harris of some of the numerous honours bestowed during a five-decade career after a London court found him guilty on 12 counts of indecently assaulting young girls. Australian-born Harris was convicted on Monday of sexually assaulting four girls, some as young as seven or eight, between 1968 and 1986. ‘Following his conviction in UK courts, the Aria Board has made the decision to withdraw the Aria Hall of Fame award bestowed upon Rolf Harris,’ the Australian Recording Industry Association said in a statement on its website.