1999 New Year Honours


1999 New Year Honours

The New Year Honours 1999 for the United Kingdom were announced on 31 December 1998 to celebrate the year passed and mark the beginning of 1999.

The recipients of honours are displayed here as they were styled before their new honour, and arranged by honour, with classes (Knight, Knight Grand Cross, etc.) and then divisions (Military, Civil, etc.) as appropriate.

Contents

Life peers

Privy Counsellors

Companions of Honour

Knights Bachelor

  • Maurice Victor Blank, deputy chairman of Great Universal Stores and chairman of Mirror Group.
  • John Alexander Raymond Chisholm, chief executive of the Defence Evaluation and Research Agency, Ministry of Defence.
  • David John Davies, lately chairman of the Advisory Committee on Business and the Environment. For leading business in abating Air Pollution.
  • Andrew Frank Davis, C.B.E., conductor. For services to Music.
  • Professor Michael Anthony Eardley Dummett, Emeritus Professor of Logic, University of Oxford. For services to Philosophy and to Racial Justice.
  • Reginald Norman Morgan Empey, O.B.E., member of Belfast City Council. For political and public service.
  • Ronald Flanagan, O.B.E., Chief Constable of the Royal Ulster Constabulary. For services to the Police.
  • Ian Gibson, C.B.E., vice president of Nissan Europe and chief executive of Nissan Motor Manufacturing Ltd. For services to the car manufacturing industry.
  • Professor Denis John Pereira Gray, O.B.E., General Medical Practitioner and president of the Royal College of General Practitioners. For services to Quality and Standards in General Practice.
  • John Ralph Sidney Guinness, C.B., chairman of British Nuclear Fuels plc. For services to the Nuclear Industry.
  • Nigel Barnard Hawthorne, C.B.E., actor. For services to the Theatre, Film and Television.
  • Lyndon Jones, principal and chief executive of Harris City Technology College. For services to education.
  • Professor John Richard Krebs, F.R.S., chief executive of the Natural Environment Research Council. For services to Behavioural Ecology.
  • George Ross Mathewson, C.B.E., group chief executive of the Royal Bank of Scotland. For services to Economic Development and to Banking.
  • Charles Alan McLintock, for services to the Church of England.
  • Mohammed Anwar Pervez, O.B.E., chairman of Bestway Ltd. For services to the Food Retail and Wholesale Sector and for charitable services.
  • Professor Michael David Rawlins. For services to the Improvement of Patient Protection from the Side Effects of Medicinal Drugs.
  • Henry John Roche, for services to the Newspaper Industry.
  • Nicholas Andrew Serota, director of the Tate Gallery. For services to the Visual Arts.
  • James Shand, M.B.E., accordionist and Scottish Country Band Leader. For services to Scottish Culture.
  • Professor Eric Brian Smith, for services to Academic/Business Partnership and to Higher Education.
  • Graham William Smith, C.B.E., HM's Chief Inspector of Probation. For services to the Probation Service.
  • Peter Alfred Soulsby, leader of Leicester City Council. For services to Leicester and to Local Government.
  • Quentin Jeremy Thomas, C.B., for services to Peace in Northern Ireland.
  • John Ernest Walker, F.R.S., for services to Molecular Biology.
  • John Kemp-Welch, chairman of the London Stock Exchange. For services to Financial Regulation and to Financial Services.
  • Francis Owen Garbett Williams, C.B.E., chairman and managing director of Williams Grand Prix Engineering Ltd. For services to the Motor Sport Industry.
  • John Kyffin Williams, O.B.E., D.L., for services to the Visual Arts in Wales.
  • David Ross Winkley, director of the National Primary Trust. For services to Primary Education.
  • Po-Shing Woo, for charitable services to the Arts.

Order of the Bath

Knights Grand Cross of the Bath (G.C.B.)

Civil division
  • Sir Nigel Leonard Wicks, K.C.B., C.V.O., C.B.E., Second Permanent Secretary of Finance, HM Treasury.

Knights Commander of the Bath (K.C.B.)

Military division
Army
Civil division

Companions of the Bath (C.B.)

Military division
Navy
Army
Air Force
Civil division
  • Mark Andrew Blythe. Legal Adviser, HM Treasury; (London).
  • Graham Duff. Lately director, Casework Services, Crown Prosecution Service; (Northumberland).
  • David John Fisk. Chief Scientist and director, Environment International, Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions; (St Albans, Hertfordshire).
  • Vera Kathleen Gordon. Head, Agricultural Crops and Commodities Directorate, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food; (London).
  • Derek James Langlands Grover. Director, Skills and Lifelong Learning, Department for Education and Employment; (Sheffield, South Yorkshire).
  • Jeremy John Moore Harbison. For public service; (Belfast, Northern Ireland).
  • Paul Richard Samuel Hartnack. Comptroller General, Patent Office, Department of Trade and Industry; (Hitchin, Hertfordshire).
  • Alfred James Hastings. Clerk of the Journals, House of Commons; (Oxford, Oxfordshire).
  • Michael Mckenzie, QC. Master of the Crown Office and Queen's Coroner and Attorney, Registrar of Criminal Appeals and of the Courts-Martial Appeal Court, Lord Chancellor's Department.
  • Anthony Charles Sawyer. Director, Operations Prevention, HM Board of Customs and Excise; (London). *Geoffrey Richard Scaife. Chief executive, NHS in Scotland; (Edinburgh).

Order of St Michael and St George

Knights Grand Cross of St Michael and St George (G.C.M.G.)

Diplomatic division

Knights Commander of St Michael and St George (K.C.M.G.)

Diplomatic division

Companions of St Michael and St George (C.M.G.)

Military division
Navy
Civil division
  • Peter Freemantle Berry. Chairman, Crown Agents for Overseas Governments and Administrations Ltd. For services to Humanitarian Aid.
  • Susan Margaret Scholefield. Lately head, Balkans Secretariat, Ministry of Defence; (Kent). *James Francis Wall. Head of Shipping Policy 3 Division, Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions; (Hampshire).
Diplomatic division

Royal Victorian Order

Knights Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order (G.C.V.O.)

Knights/Dames Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (K.C.V.O./D.C.V.O.)

Commanders of the Royal Victorian Order (C.V.O.)

Lieutenants of the Royal Victorian Order (L.V.O.)

  • John Leveson-Gower Ablitt. Member of The Prince's Trust-Bro.
  • Cherrill Diana Auton, MVO. Sales Ledger Administrator, Royal Household.
  • Robin Orr Blair. Purse Bearer to the Lord High commissioner.
  • Edward George Fancourt, MVO, RVM. Lately Senior Conservator, Royal Collection.
  • Sheena Mary Fergus, MVO. Secretary to the Master of the Household.
  • Canon George Rumney Hall. Domestic Chaplain to The Queen at Sandringham.
  • Neil Martin Hansford. Treasury Accountant, HM Treasury.
  • Capt David Percy Langley Hodgetts. Lately secretary to the Lieutenant Governor of Guernsey.
  • Canon Michael Mervlyn Hamond Moore. Chaplain, Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace.
  • Jane Mary Elizabeth Holderness-Roddam. Lady in Waiting to The Princess Royal.
  • John Barry Bingham Stewart, OBE. High Constable of Holyroodhouse.

Members of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.)

  • Emmanuel Oribi Amadi. Lately director of Fundraising, The Prince's Trust.
  • Pamela Alice Bishop. Personnel director and administrator, Government House, Canberra.
  • Sarah Lucy Georgina Goodall. Secretary, The Prince of Wales's Household.
  • George Hassall. Business Liaison director, Rover Group Limited.
  • Gail Elizabeth Johnson. Financial Controller, Royal Collection.
  • Sgt Christopher John Larnder. Royalty Protection Department, Metropolitan Police.
  • Maj Andrew Charles Burrell MacEwan. Lately Temporary Equerry to Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother.
  • Alexandra Gay McCreery. Secretary to the private secretary to The Duke of Edinburgh.
  • John Simon McGivern. Managing director, UniTech Complete Computing.
  • Gillian Lesley Middleburgh. Chief Clerk, Private Secretary's Office.
  • Jeanie Elizabeth Moore. Lately vice-chairman of the Devonshire Committee of The Prince's Trust.
  • Jonathan Anthony Skan. Lately assistant private secretary to The Prince of Wales.
  • John Alexander Spens. R.D., Albany Herald of Arms.
  • Beverley Ann Wilson. Clerk to the Lieutenancy, City of Edinburgh.

Royal Victorian Medal

Royal Victorian Medal (Gold)

  • Raymond Frederick Bridges, RVM. Lately Motor Mechanic, Sandringham Estate.

Bar to the Royal Royal Victorian Medal (Silver)

  • Graham John Harrod, RVM. Lately Painter, Sandringham Estate.

Royal Victorian Medal (Silver)

  • Barry Russell Ambrose. Tractor Driver, Crown Estate, Windsor.
  • Robert Paul Bigsby. Deputy chief steward, Royal Train.
  • Div Sgt Maj Walter Harry Bint. The Queen's Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard.
  • Constable Stephen Charles Bryant. Royalty Protection Department, Metropolitan Police.
  • Constable Joseph Kevin Carlin. Royalty Protection Department, Metropolitan Police.
  • Richard George Cottrell. Driver, Gardens Department, Crown Estate, Windsor.
  • Joseph Walter Frank Day. Lately Royal Mews, Buckingham Palace.
  • Constable Paul George Gillender. Royalty Protection Department, Metropolitan Police.
  • Div Sgt Maj Charles Thomas Hugh Hazell, BEM. The Queen's Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard.
  • Margaret Elsie Hollis. Housemaid, Government House, Adelaide.
  • Raymond Claud Cyril Mootoo. Electrician, Buckingham Palace.
  • Stephen Michael Soulard. Senior Gardener, Kensington Palace.
  • Agnes Annie Watt Stewart. Lady's Maid, Household of the Lord High Commissioner.
  • Div Sgt Maj Ronald David Walkerdine. Lately The Queen's Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard.

Order of the British Empire

Knights/Dames Commander of the Order of the British Empire (K.B.E./D.B.E.)

  • Pauline Fielding. Director of Nursing, Preston Acute Hospitals Trust and Chorley and South Ribble NHS Trust. For services to nursing.
  • John Eaton Holmes, CMG, CVO. Principal private secretary to the Prime Minister. For services to peace in Northern Ireland.
  • Margaret Helen Elizabeth Seward, CBE. President, General Dental Council. For services to the dental profession.
  • Helena Shovelton. For services to the Citizens Advice Bureau Movement and for public service.
Military division
Navy
Civil division

Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (C.B.E.)

Military division
Navy
Army
Air Force
Civil division
  • Robin Andrew. SCS, Ministry of Defence. (London)
  • Carol Andrews. Detective Sergeant, Metropolitan Police. (Middlesex)
  • Peter Hill Bagnall, DL. For services to the community in Oxford. (Bampton, Oxfordshire)
  • Muriel Mary Barker. Leader, North East Lincolnshire Council. For services to the community in Grimsby and North East Lincolnshire. (Grimsby, Lincolnshire)
  • Robert Barnes. Lately director, Social Survey Division, Office for National Statistics. (Cilgerran, Dyfed)
  • Paul Stuart Barron. Senior vice president, ALSTOM Gas Turbines Ltd. For services to the gas turbine industry. (Lincoln, Lincolnshire)
  • Patrick Alphonsus Bradley, OBE. For services to the electoral process. (Londonderry, Northern Ireland)
  • Clayton Mark Brendish. Chairman, Admiral plc. For services to the information technology industry and to the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster's Executive Agencies. (Ascot, Berkshire)
  • Trevor David Brooking, MBE. For services to sport. (Essex)
  • Professor Susan Jocelyn Bell Burnell. Professor of Physics, Open University. For services to astronomy. (Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire)
  • Anthony Victor Carey. Principal director, Contracts/Ordnance, Ministry of Defence. (Surrey)
  • Professor Alan Carrington, FRS. Royal Society Research Professor, University of Southampton. For services to academic chemistry. (Hampshire)
  • Jeremy P Carver. For services to international law. (London)
  • Margaret Ann Charrington. Chairman, Horticultural Development Council. For services to horticultural research. (Matfield, Kent)
  • Colin Nicholas Clark. Chief executive, Vickers Defence Systems. For services to the defence industry. (Northumberland)
  • Freda Mary Cocks, OBE. For services to the community, especially health care, in Birmingham. (Birmingham, West Midlands)
  • David Gerald Compston. Chairman, Manchester Training and Enterprise Council. For services to Training and Enterprise. (Nr Kirkby Lonsdale, Cumbria)
  • Professor Roger Stanley Crofts. Chief executive, Scottish Natural Heritage. For services to environmental management. (Edinburgh)
  • Sean Curran, OBE. For public service. (Belfast, Northern Ireland)
  • Jonathan Stephen Day. Director, Defence Policy, Ministry of Defence. (London)
  • Professor Richard Deacon. Sculptor. For services to Sculpture. (London, SE22)
  • Professor John Ashton Dodge. For services to children's health. (Harpenden, Hertfordshire)
  • Professor George Hill Elder. Head, Department of Medical Biochemistry University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff. For services to Medicine. (Llanishen, Cardiff)
  • Margaret Elizabeth Farquhar. Lord Provost, Aberdeen City Council. For services to Local Government. (Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire)
  • Professor Mark William James Ferguson. For services to the Health and Life Sciences Foresight Panel. Professor Janet Finch. For services to social science. (Keele, Staffordshire)
  • Professor Richard Bailey Flavell, FRS. Lately director, John Innes Centre. For services to Plant and Microbial Science. (London)
  • Professor Robert Harold Fryer. Lately Principal, Northern College for Residential Adult Education. For services to community education. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)
  • Clive Daniel Gillinson. Managing director, London Symphony Orchestra. For services to music. (London, N10)
  • Professor Kevin Joseph Michael Gournay. For services to Psychiatric Nursing, Research and Education. (Cheshunt, Hertfordshire)
  • Ronald Harwood. Playwright. For services to drama and to literature. (London, SW10)
  • Graham Alfred Hawker. Group chief executive, Hyder plc. For services to industry in Wales. (Abergavenny, Monmouthshire)
  • John Garry Hawkes. Chairman, Gardner Merchant. For services to tourism and to the catering industry. (Haywards Heath, West Sussex)
  • Nigel John Mytton Hawkes. Science Editor, The Times. For services to the newspaper industry and to science. (Woodchurch, Kent)
  • Frederick Alexander Heddell. Chief executive, MENCAP. For services to people with learning disabilities. (Harston, Cambridgeshire)
  • Lenny Henry. Comedian and writer. For services to comedy drama and to Comic Relief.
  • Professor John Robert Hills. For services to social security analysis. (London, N5)
  • Elspeth Rosamund Morton, Lady Howe of Aberavon. For services to the advancement of women.
  • Robert Valentine Hughes. For services to local government and to the community in Kirklees, West Yorkshire. (Kings Thorn, Herefordshire)
  • Brian Gammell Ivory. Chairman, Highland Distillers plc. For services to the Scotch whisky industry and to the arts (by Blairgowrie, Perth and Kinross).
  • Frank Charles Jenkins. Lately Accountancy Adviser, Company Law Directorate, Department of Trade and Industry. (Fetcham, Surrey)
  • Joel Goodman Joffe. For charitable services (Swindon, Wiltshire)
  • James George Kane, DL. Member, Northamptonshire County Council and Corby Borough Council. For services to the community in Northamptonshire (Corby, Northamptonshire)
  • Professor John David Michael Henry Laver. Professor of Phonetics, University of Edinburgh. For services to phonetics (Edinburgh)
  • Professor William Robert Lee. Lately Professor of Ophthalmic Pathology, University of Glasgow. For services to ophthalmology (Milngavie, Dunbartonshire)
  • Robert Ferguson Lees. Lately regional procurator Fiscal, Lothian and Borders, Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service. (Edinburgh)
  • Walter Kenneth Lindsay. For public service. (Belfast, Northern Ireland)
  • Maureen Diane Lipman. Actress and Writer. For services to comedy drama. (London)
  • William Alexander Macgregor. Lately Chief Agricultural Officer, Agriculture, Environment and Fisheries Department, Scottish Office. (St Andrews, Fife)
  • John Lionel Madden. For services to library and information services in Wales. (Aberystwyth, Ceredigion)
  • Michael Peter Maine. Lately Group Technical Director, BAA. For services to public transport and to the airport industry. (Maidenhead, Berkshire)
  • David Arthur Mallen. County Education Officer, East Sussex County Council. For services to education. (London, SE3)
  • Professor Colin Nicholas Jocelyn Mann. Director, Warburg Institute, University of London. For services to Renaissance studies. (London, N1)
  • Professor Averil Olive Mansfield. Professor of Surgery, Imperial College, St. Mary's Hospital, London. For services to surgery and to women in medicine. (London, W2)
  • John Anthony Markland. Chief executive, Fife Council. For services to local government. (Cleish, Perth and Kinross)
  • Michael John Paul Marks. Executive chairman, Merrill Lynch, Europe, Middle East and Africa. For services to the finance industry. (London, N6)
  • Maxwell Clive Marsh. Director physics research, AWE Aldermaston. For services to the defence industry. (Berkshire)
  • James Mason, DL. Chairman, Enterprise plc. For services to regeneration in North West England. (Lancaster, Lancashire)
  • Professor Andrew Miller. Principal, University of Stirling. For services to higher education. (Edinburgh)
  • Robert McDowall Murdoch. Headteacher, Earnock High School, Hamilton, South Lanarkshire. For services to improving the quality of Education. (Lanark, Lanarkshire)
  • Ronald John Baillie Neil. Lately chief executive, BBC Production. For services to broadcasting. (Richmond, Surrey)
  • Robin Alaster Nicholson. For services to architecture. (London, N5)
  • Desmond O'Brien, OBE, QPM. For services to the British Transport Police. (Northamptonshire)
  • Turlogh Patrick O'Brien. Director, Ove Arup Partnership. For services to Innovation in the Construction Industry. (London, W2)
  • Derek Edwin Oddy. Divisional director, Project Services Directorate, Highways Agency, Department for the Environment, Transport and the Regions. (Birmingham, West Midlands)
  • Iona Margaret Balfour Opie. For services to the Study of Children's Literature and Childhood. (Liss, Hampshire)
  • Stephen Michael Orchard. Chief Executive, Legal Aid Board. For services to Legal Aid. (Dorset)
  • Dennis Frederick Parrett. Lately Deputy director, Board of Inland Revenue. (Berkshire)
  • Gareth Peirce. For services to justice. (London, NW1)
  • George Norman Phipson. Headmaster, West Hatch High School, Essex. For services to the Association of Headteachers of Grant Maintained Schools. (London, SE3)
  • George Henry Poste, FRS. Chief Science and Technology Officer, SmithKline Beecham plc. For services to the development of Biosciences. (Hertfordshire)
  • Peter Clifford Rainbird. Chairman, Essex Training and Enterprise Council. For services to the Construction Industry and to Training. (Woodbridge, Suffolk)
  • Craig Collins Reedie. Chairman, British Olympic Association. For services to sport. (Bridge of Weir, Renfrewshire)
  • Professor Michael Schofield. Chairman, Dorset Community NHS Trust. For services to the NHS. (Nr. Blandford Forum, Dorset)
  • Richard Gordon Scriven, JP. Chief Commoner, Corporation of London. For services to local government. (Forest Row, East Sussex)
  • Anthony Lawrence Sell. For services to the British Tourist Authority. (London, W4)
  • Ann Forrest Shaw. For services to occupational health and safety. (Co Armagh, Northern Ireland)
  • Paul Welton Shepherd, DL. Group chairman and managing director, Shepherd Building Group Ltd. For services to the Construction Industry. (York, North Yorkshire)
  • Maurice Slapak. For services to transplant patients and to the British and World Transplant Games. (Itchen Abbas, Hampshire)
  • Arthur Edward Smith, OBE. Chairman, Lincolnshire Trust for Nature Conservation. For services to nature conservation. (Alford, Lincolnshire)
  • Bruce Gordon Smith, OBE. Chairman, Smith Institute for Industrial Mathematics and System Engineering. For services to technological innovation. (Cobham, Surrey)
  • Ranjit Sondhi. For services to community relations. (Birmingham, West Midlands)
  • Professor Richard Rustom Kharsedji Sorabji. Professor of Ancient Philosophy, King's College, London. For services to ancient philosophy. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
  • Anthony James Speed. Assistant chief constable, Metropolitan Police. (London)
  • Clare Mary Joan Spottiswoode. Lately director general of gas supply. For services to the gas industry and to consumers. (London)
  • Peter Gregory Spurgeon. Chief executive, Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority, Home Office. (London)
  • Sir Michael Strang Steel, Bt, DL. Forestry Commissioner. For services to forestry. (Selkirk, Selkirkshire)
  • Lynette Ann Stone. Nursing and quality development manager, dermatology, Guy's and St Thomas's Hospital Trust, London. For services to dermatological nursing. (London, N1)
  • William Ian Stuttle. Collector, South East England, HM Board of Customs and Excise. (Kent)
  • Jane Tewson. Founder, Charity Projects. For innovation in charitable fund Raising. (Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire)
  • Elizabeth, Lady Toulson. For services to the Women's Royal Voluntary Service. (Guildford, Surrey)
  • Sydney William Treadgold. For services to the Financial Reporting Council. (Wokingham, Berkshire)
  • George Ian Turnbull. Headteacher, Francis Askew Primary School, Kingston-upon-Hull. For services to education. (North Humberside, East Riding of Yorkshire)
  • E Michael Walker. Chairman, Walker Group Ltd. For services to Lothian and Edinburgh Enterprise. (Edinburgh)
  • James Nicol Walker, DL. Joint managing director, Walkers Shortbread Ltd. For services to the Food Industry. (Aberlour, Banffshire)
  • David Leonard West. Head, Post Compulsory Division, OFSTED. (Tunbridge Wells, Kent)
  • John Llewellyn Williams. For services to the dental profession and to surgery. (Chichester, West Sussex)
  • Graham Peter Arthur Winyard. Director, Health Services, NHS Executive, Department of Health. (Winchester, Hampshire)
  • Elizabeth Ann Wolstenholme. Head, Continuing Health Services, Department of Health. (Bradford, West Yorkshire)

Officers of the Order of the British Empire (O.B.E.)

Military division
Navy
Army
Air Force
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Members of the Order of the British Empire (M.B.E.)

Military division
Navy
Army
Air Force
Civil division

Royal Red Cross, Associates (A.R.R.C.)

Queen's Police Medal

England and Wales

Scotland

Northern Ireland

Isle of Man

Queen's Fire Service Medal

England and Wales

Scotland

Northern Ireland

New Zealand

O.N.Z.

Kenneth George Douglas of Porirua.
Clifford Hamilton Whiting of Russell.

D.N.Z.M.

Cheryll Beatrice Sotheran of Wellington. For services to museum administration.

K.N.Z.M.

Robert James Charles C.B.E., of Oxford, Canterbury. For services to golf.
Selwyn John Cushing C.M.G., of Hastings. For services to business, sport and the arts.
Douglas Arthur Montrose Graham M.P., of Auckland. For services as a Minister of the Crown and Member of Parliament.
Donald Rees Llewellyn C.B.E., J.P., of Hamilton. For services to agriculture and the community.

C.N.Z.M.

Campbell William Ballantyne of Christchurch. For services to the community.
Zena Isabel Daysh of London, United Kingdom. For services to human ecology.
Brian Finbar Myram Edwards of Auckland. For services to broadcasting and journalism.
Professor Robert Bartlett Elliott of Auckland. For services to medical research.
Martha Friedlander (Marti Friedlander) of Auckland. For services to photography.
William Murray Gallagher M.B.E., of Hamilton. For services to business and export.
David Robert Henry of Upper Hutt. For services as Commissioner of Inland Revenue.
Ernest Albert James Holdaway O.B.E., D.F.C., J.P., of Auckland. For services to conservation.
Patricia Charmaine Judd J.P., of Auckland. For services to health administration and the community.
Pauline Kingi of Auckland. For services to the community.
Geoffrey William Fleetwood Thompson of Waikanae. For services to politics. The New Zealand Defence Force
Carey William Adamson A.F.C. (N80420), Chief of Air Staff, Royal New Zealand Air Force.

O.N.Z.M.

Margaret Hilda Alington of Wellington. For services to local history.
Peter Beadle of Arrowtown. For services to painting.
Colin Brokenshire J.P., of Thames. For services to local body and community affairs.
John Law Fulton of Dunedin. For services to roading and contracting industries.
Elaine Gill of New Plymouth. For services to tourism and the community.
Frederick Robert Goodall E.D., of Wellington. For services to sport.
Karen Lesley Grylls of Auckland. For services to choral music.
Colin Leslie Knight of Christchurch. For services to education.
Molly Janette Mabee J.P., of Auckland. For services to the community.
Shirley Frances Whitley Maddock Easther (Shirley Maddock) of Hamilton. For services to broadcasting.
Margaret Isobel Maylor of Auckland. For services to the community.
Bryan William Mogridge of Auckland. For services to the wine industry.
Donald Clendon Peebles of Christchurch. For services to art.
Anaru Ririwai Rangiheuea J.P., of Rotorua. For services to the Māori people and the community.
Lancelot Miles Rive of Auckland. For services to the Salvation Army and education.
Don Charles Selwyn of Auckland. For services to theatre, film and television.
Eileen Smith of Auckland. For service to the deaf.
Norman Wallace Stevens of Auckland. For services to the Auckland Youth Orchestra.
Jillian Rae Williams of Blenheim. For services to marching.
John Roland Williams of Wanganui. For services to manufacture and export.
Colin Walter Wilson L.V.O., of Wellington. Assistant Commissioner of Police, New Zealand Police.
Russell John Worth of Wellington. For services to medicine and the community. The New Zealand Defence Force
Peter Francis Keith Usher (X23573) Royal New Zealand Navy.

M.N.Z.M.

Percy James Anstiss of Wellington. For services to the community.
Frederick William Arnold J.P., of Pukekohe. For services to farming and the community.
Mabel Mary Baker of Auckland. For services to the community.
Ivan Ernest Billcliff of Christchurch. For services to soccer.
Peter Chan of Auckland. For services to the Chinese community.
Jane Ruby Karina Davis of Riverton, Southland. For services to the community.
Noel John Dunlop of Queenstown. For services to the community.
Ailsa Jean Eddie of Pahiatua. For services to education and the community.
David Joseph Flynn J.P., of Featherston. For services to local body and community affairs.
Rachel Gillies of Waiuku. For services to the community.
Mary Grace Going of Northland. For services to the community.
Robert Miles Hamill of Hamilton. For services to ocean rowing.
James Henry Hayes of Rotorua. For services to scouting and the community.
Pamela Margaret Highet of Levin. For services to the disabled.
Deborah Ann Hockley of Christchurch. For services to cricket.
Selwyn Ira (Bill) Katene of Porirua. For services to the community.
Theresa Elizabeth Keenan of Hokitika. For services to the community.
Tuhakia-Ihimaera Teepa (Sonny) Keepa of Hastings. For services to the community.
Jo-Anne Marie La Grouw of Rotorua. For services to business and the community.
Monica Marjorie Leggat of Hamilton. For services to netball.
Warren Alexander Lindberg of Waitakere. For services to welfare work.
Fraser Grant McKenzie J.P., of Rotorua. For services to farming and the port of Tauranga.
Tupou Here Tamata Manapori of Manukau City. For services to local body and community affairs.
Isobel Anne Mayman of Timaru. For services to the community.
Noel Allan Meek of Greytown. For services to the community.
Robert Narev of Auckland. For services to the community.
Hine Patokariki Rosina Paewai of Carterton. For services to the Maori people.
Stephen Kelly Petterson of Auckland. For services to smallbore rifle shooting.
Ruby Selby of Christchurch. For services to nursing and the community.
Philip Mark Stubbs late of Auckland. For services to
Madeleine Sophie Tangohau J.P., of Tolaga Bay. For services to the community.
The Reverend Morehu Te Whare of Hamilton. For services to the community.
Gordon Frederick Tietjens of Tauranga. For services to rugby.
Pane Puhipuhi Frances Ututaonga of Paihia, Bay of Islands. For services to nursing and the community.
Camille Rangihoea (Sandy) Walker of Herbertville, Hawke's Bay. For services to the community.
Sheila Mary Weight J.P., of Auckland. For services to the community.
Gillian Karawe Whitehead of Dunedin. For services to music.
Mutu Wihongi of Auckland. For service to the community.
Kevin John McKenna (E90808) Royal New Zealand Air Force.
Helen Jessie Webber (M89021) Royal New Zealand Air Force.
Robert Featherston Little (G134487) Territorial Air Force.
Kevin James Hopkins (K88122) Royal New Zealand Air Force (Retired).
Makoare Kohupara Te Kani (F21142) Royal New Zealand Navy.
Brendon Roy Kane (S22993) Royal New Zealand Navy.

O.N.Z.M. Additional

Jeremiah Mateparae (T45557) Colonels' List, New Zealand Army.

M.N.Z.M.

Janet Lois Castell (E745273) Royal New Zealand Corps of Signals.
Gerald Peter Shirley (N50244) The Corps of Royal New Zealand Engineers.
Esther Jean Harrop (P996465) Royal New Zealand Army Logistic Regiment.
Warren Stuart Nathan (U49376) The Corps of Royal New Zealand Engineers.

Q.S.O.

Joan Scott Cumming of Hamilton. For Community Service
Brian Hauauru Jones J.P., of Taupo. For Community Service
William Douglas McElhinney of Christchurch. For Community Service
Judith Anne Mills of Napier. For Community Service
Alan Desmond Nixey of Auckland. For Community Service
Denise Marion Nicolay Richardson of Christchurch. For Community Service
Gordon Walter Marshall Strachan J.P., of Raumati Beach. For Community Service
Lyall Graeme Thurston J.P., of Rotorua. For Community Service
Janice Roberta Campbell of Wellington. For Public Services
Jeremy Paul Dwyer J.P., Clive, Hawke's Bay. For Public Services
Robert Fellowes G.C.B., G.C.V.O., Private Secretary to The Queen. London, United Kingdom. For Public Services
Leonard Keith Fyall of Balclutha. For Public Services
Richard James Gerard of Ottawa, Canada. For Public Services
John Plimsoll Godfrey of Christchurch. For Public Services
Richard Barton Johnson J.P., of Springfield, North Canterbury. For Public Services
Richard Alexander White J.P., of Gisborne. For Public Services

Q.S.M.

Queenie Amy Ballance of Auckland For Community Service
Joan Mary Bythell of Blenheim For Community Service
Margaret Carroll of Ngaruawahia For Community Service
Eleanore Jean Clark of Warkworth For Community Service
Elizabeth Cooke of Auckland For Community Service
Kerewai Conrad of Kaitaia For Community Service
Jill Creamer J.P., of Woodend, North Canterbury For Community Service
Rosabelle Irene Devadhar of Hawera For Community Service
Walter Francis Elgar of Marton For Community Service
Lesley Elizabeth Exeter of Christchurch For Community Service
William Francis Falvey M.B.E., of Wellington For Community Service
Anthony Russell Harris of Auckland For Community Service
Frances Mary Hunter J.P., of Reefton For Community Service
Elva May Jeffreys of Christchurch For Community Service
David William Jupp of Wellington For Community Service
Dorothy Isabel King of Christchurch For Community Service
Gavin Wareham Maclean of Gisborne For Community Service
Ian Roderick Matheson of Palmerston North For Community Service
Cecilia Brenda Monk of Wellington For Community Service
Doris Mary Robertson of Mount Maunganui For Community Service
Doreen Roil of Hamilton For Community Service
The Reverend Mase James Salesa of Invercargill For Community Service
Doris Maude Elizabeth Skinner of Levin For Community Service
Claude Alexander Stratford of Te Puke For Community Service
Mavis Stuart Tucker of North Shore City For Community Service
Mamatua Margaret Takaia Vaine Vahua-Matheson J.P., of Rotorua For Community Service
Jessie McLeod Walker of Tauranga For Community Service
Joseph Melvin Walker of Tauranga For Community Service
Nigel Wingent Werry J.P., of Wellington For Community Service
Margaret Joyce Wilson of Takaka, Golden Bay For Community Service
Heather Anne Adams J.P., of Pauanui For Public Services
Florence Rebecca Bain of Oamaru For Public Services
Walter James Baker J.P., of Lincoln For Public Services
Leslie William Brough of Queenstown For Public Services
Sheryl Ann Burns of Auckland For Public Services
Alexander John Raven Cooper of Christchurch For Public Services
Margaret Jane Cooper of Auckland For Public Services
Melville Barton Cromie of Rotorua For Public Services
Robert Clifford Dinsdale of Whangarei For Public Services
Roger Fowler of Auckland For Public Services
Shirley Mary Frater of Motueka For Public Services
Nicholas Lyon Gresson of Auckland For Public Services
Colin John Growcott of Hokitika Chief Fire Officer,
Hokitika Volunteer Fire Brigade,
For Public Services
Frank Whanau-Pani Haami-Jones of Darwin, Australia,
formerly of Flaxmere, Hawke's Bay
For Public Services
Tangimoe (Tangi) Haami-Jones of Darwin, Australia,
formerly of Flaxmere, Hawke's Bay
For Public Services
Ian Stewart Harvey of Gore For Public Services
Lindsay Cyril Hazley of Invercargill For Public Services
Pauline Mary Hinds of Christchurch For Public Services
Matekino Lawless of Rotorua For Public Services
Shirley Maureen McDouall of Wanganui For Public Services
Calum Neil McGillivray of Claris, Great Barrier Island For Public Services
Gloria Hinemoa (Bonny) Manley of Auckland For Public Services
Guthrie Cyril Manley of Auckland For Public Services
Josephine Astbury Marr J.P., of Whakatane For Public Services
Joseph William Murphy of Taumarunui For Public Services
Desmond Michael O'Sullivan of Wellington Sergeant, For Public Services
Eileen Louise Parsons of Maungaturoto For Public Services
Henare Maki Pirihi of Onerahi For Public Services
Allen Thomas Procter of Napier Fire Region Commander,
Eastern Fire Region
For Public Services
David William Ross of Wellington Senior Constable, For Public Services
William Michel Rubinstein of Nice, France For Public Services
Roy Colin Sefton of Palmerston North For Public Services
Harry Shackleton of Masterton Lately Firefighter,
Masterton Volunteer Fire Brigade
For Public Services
Trevor Colin Smith of New Plymouth Senior Constable For Public Services
Jeffery William Whittaker of Hastings For Public Services

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