1989 New Year Honours

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The New Year Honours 1989 were appointments by most of the Commonwealth realms of Queen Elizabeth II to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by citizens of those countries, and honorary ones to citizens of other countries. They were announced on 31 December 1988 to celebrate the year passed and mark the beginning of 1989.[1]

New Zealand[edit]

Knight Bachelor[edit]

Order of the Bath[edit]

Companion of the Order of the Bath (CB)[edit]

Military Division
  • Rear Admiral Douglas Brian Domett CBE (H13278) – Royal New Zealand Navy, Chief of Naval Staff.

Order of Saint Michael and Saint George[edit]

Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG)[edit]

  • Brian Hall Picot. For public and community service.
  • Thomas Graeme Shadwell – lately Commissioner of Works.

Order of the British Empire[edit]

Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE)[edit]

Civil Division

Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE)[edit]

Civil Division

Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)[edit]

Civil Division
Military Division
  • Brigadier Raymond John Andrews OBE (A712609) – New Zealand Army.

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)[edit]

Civil Division
  • William Harold Bongard. For services to education.
  • James Alexander Boomer. For services to the trade union movement.
  • Leslie Thomas Bradshaw. For services to athletics.
  • Gordon Charles Burgess. For services to cricket.
  • Mrs Lillian Jessie Chrystall. For public service.
  • Miss Sharon Margaret Crosbie. For services to broadcasting.
  • Sidney Murray Hurst. For services to agriculture and education,
  • Bernard Kelly. For services to racing.
  • Dr Derek Alexander Larnder. For services to dermatology.
  • Frederick Kenneth McInerney – lately Chief Executive, Telecom Corporation of New Zealand.
  • Dr James Connell Marshall. For services to the intellectually handicapped.
  • Ivan Gerald Mauger MBE. For services to speedway sport. .
  • Prof. Jane Ritchie. For services to women, education and the community.
  • Leslie John Raymond Tucker. For services to local government.
  • Brian Spencer Mooney – Assistant Commissioner, New Zealand Police.
Military Division
  • Colonel Graeme William Talbot (E30709) – New Zealand Army.
  • Group Captain John Stuart Hosie (Y79671) – Royal New Zealand Air Force.

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)[edit]

Civil Division
  • Douglas Frank Bond. For services to cycling.
  • Dr Kathleen Audrey Bradford. For services to medicine and the community.
  • Seton William Clare. For services to local government.
  • Ivan David Cox. For services to returned servicemen.
  • Mrs Oroya Day. For services to the preservation of local history.
  • Mrs Clodagh May Flynn. For services to the community.
  • Leonard Fortune. For services to industrial relations.
  • Leslie Alexander Hine – lately Superintendent, Auckland Maximum Security Prison, Department of Justice.
  • Trevor Milton Inch. For services to local government.
  • Mrs Diedre Allison Irons. For services to music.
  • John James Patrick Kirwan. For services to rugby.
  • Mrs Heather McCrostie Little JP. For services to local government and the community.
  • Patrick Macaskill. For services to education and the community.
  • Royce Peter McGlashen. For services to pottery.
  • Colin Francis Alexander McLennan. For services to welfare work.
  • Dr James Ng. For services to the community.
  • Mrs Noela Olwyn Page. For services to local government and the community.
  • Ramesh Bhai Patel. For services to the Indian community.
  • Roy Clevedon Purdon. For services to harness racing.
  • John Goodwin Smith. For services to the construction industry.
  • The Reverend Dr David Garth Stewart. For services to religious studies.
  • Ronald William Ward. For services to outdoor education and the community.
  • Peter Roy Warnock JP. For services to the community.
Military Division
  • Lieutenant Commander Gerrard Owen Harvey (U20166) – Royal New Zealand Navy.
  • Warrant Officer Radio Supervisor Paul Murray (P19724) – Royal New Zealand Navy.
  • Warrant Officer Class 1 Robert Arthur Davies (H46717) – New Zealand Army Infantry Regiment.
  • Warrant Officer Kevin Charles Faulkner (T78171) – Royal New Zealand Air Force.

Queen's Service Order[edit]

Companions of the Queen's Service Order for Community Service (QSO)[edit]

Companions of the Queen's Service Order for Public Services (QSO)[edit]

  • Miss Jacqueline Nancy Mary Adams – lately Scientist, National Museum.
  • Emeritus Prof. John Alexander Asher.
  • Mrs Janet Mary Clews JP.
  • Dr Robert Graham Gudex.
  • Ronald Albert Kelly – lately Director-General and Chairman, Housing Corporation of New Zealand.
  • Roderick Macalister Miller.
  • The Right Honourable Alfred Morris MP.
  • John Simcock – lately Commissioner of Inland Revenue.

Queen's Service Medal[edit]

Queen's Service Medal for Community Service (QSM)[edit]

  • Donald Stoneham Bergin.
  • Edwin Thomas Brownlee.
  • Miss Enid Annie Evans.
  • Mrs Joyce Lilian Farmiloe.
  • John Barry Fenton.
  • Mrs Bridget Madge Isabel Francois.
  • Major (Miss) Marjory Jack Hardcastle – NZWRAC (Retired).
  • Miss Nola Winifred Harrington.
  • Joseph Oscar Hattersley.
  • Miss Carol Mary Hayward.
  • Mrs Ida Winifred Henderson.
  • Mrs Daphne Doreen Hunt.
  • Harry Morgan Lewis JP.
  • Mrs Beryl Doris Lyle.
  • Mrs Valerie Joan Minn.
  • Frederick Ronald Moore.
  • Mrs Dorothy Kate Mouat.
  • Mrs Margery Lois Moyse.
  • Christopher Michael Pickett.
  • Mikolaj Jan Stanislaw Polaczuk.
  • Trevor Lawson Richards.
  • Mrs Mary Ethna Lockwood Roper.
  • Keith Fraser Scott.
  • Boyce Simiona.
  • Mrs Betty May Stanley.
  • Mrs Dawn Noeline Sullivan.
  • Hugh Henry Thomas Sweeny.
  • George Noel Thorne.
  • Mrs Wairata Walker.
  • Dan Wilkinson.

Queen's Service Medal for Public Services (QSM)[edit]

  • Colin Herbert Archer.
  • Allan Ward Back.
  • Miss Joyce Bell.
  • Arthur Ernest Budd JP.
  • John Chirnside JP.
  • George James Christie.
  • Alan James Crowther.
  • Gordon Lee Dine.
  • Mrs Edith Margaret Dovell.
  • Raymond Philip Edward Ellis.
  • Harry Charles Evison.
  • John Alexander Gray.
  • James Alexander Hopa.
  • Colin Clyde McCready.
  • Bernard Trevor Matthews.
  • Mrs Mary Merekatohau Mita.
  • Miss Mary Rei Preston-Thomas – Principal Nurse, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Rotorua.
  • James Alexander Price JP.
  • Kenneth Allan Richards.
  • Peter Murray Robinson.
  • Mrs Juliet Christina Ryan.
  • Mrs Jennifer Mary Seddon.
  • Howard Leslie Shadbolt.
  • Ian Alfred Shaw JP.
  • Iain Archibald Simpson.
  • John William Stewart JP.
  • Miss Margaret Rosemary Swarbrick.
  • Robert Owen Vaile.
  • David Costello Vallely JP.
  • Ronald Stephen Francis Halpin – lately Senior Sergeant, New Zealand Police.
  • Graham Reeves Bracey – Sergeant, New Zealand Police.

Queen's Fire Service Medal (QFSM)[edit]

  • Ernest Barry Bridges – Chief Fire Officer, Blenheim Volunteer Brigade, New Zealand Fire Service.
  • Evan John Carroll – Chief Fire Officer, Eastbourne Brigade, New Zealand Fire Service.
  • Clifford John Garrett – Senior Station Officer, Ravensbourne Volunteer Brigade, New Zealand Fire Service.
  • Ronald Harry Hartley Smith – Fire Force Commander, No. 3 Region, Palmerston North, New Zealand Fire Service.

Queen's Police Medal (QPM)[edit]

  • Ian Edward Robson – Detective Sergeant, New Zealand Police.

Royal Red Cross (RRC)[edit]

  • Lieutenant Colonel Thursa Margaret Kennedy (W30932) – Royal New Zealand Nursing Corps.

Air Force Medal (AFM)[edit]

  • Sergeant Helicopter Crewman John Austin Bray (N86216) – Royal New Zealand Air Force.

Cook Islands[edit]

Order of the British Empire[edit]

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)[edit]

Civil Division
  • Tinomana Napa Ariki. For services to the community.

Queen's Police Medal (QPM)[edit]

  • Tepure Tapaitau – Commissioner of Police, Cook Islands Police.

References[edit]

  1. ^ New Zealand and Cook Islands lists: London Gazette (supplement), No. 51580, 30 December 1988. Retrieved 12 January 2013.