2005 New Year Honours
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- 1 United Kingdom
- 1.1 Knights Bachelor
- 1.2 Order of the Bath
- 1.3 Order of St Michael and St George
- 1.4 Royal Victorian Order
- 2 New Zealand
- 3 References
- 4 External links
- Clive John Bourne, J.P. For services to Charity and to Education.
- Professor Robert Rees Davies, C.B.E., lately Chicele Professor of Medieval History at the University of Oxford. For services to History.
- Robert Gerard Finch, lately Lord Mayor of London. For services to the City of London.
- Professor Andrew Paul Haines, Dean of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. For services to Medicine.
- Professor Brian Howard Harrison, lately Editor of the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
- Alan Jeffrey Jones, Chair of Toyota Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd. For services to the Automotive Industry.
- Digby Marritt Jones, Director-General of the Confederation of British Industry. For services to Business.
- Roger Spencer Jones, O.B.E. For services to Business and Training in Wales.
- Robert Walker Kerslake, Chief Executive of Sheffield City Council. For services to Local Government.
- Professor John Hartley Lawton, C.B.E., F.R.S., Chief Executive of the Natural Environment Research Council. For services to Ecological Science.
- Dr. Jonathan Michael, Chief Executive of Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the National Health Service.
- Dr. Peter James Ogden, Founder of the Ogden Trust. For services to Education.
- Mervyn Kay Pedelty, lately Chief Executive of Co-operative Financial Services. For services to Business and to Charity.
- Matthew Clive Pinsent, C.B.E., Rower. For services to Sport.
- Professor Desmond Rea, O.B.E., Chair of the Northern Ireland Policing Board. For services to the Police.
- Richard John Staite, O.B.E., Headteacher of Beeslack Community High School, Penicuik, Midlothian. For services to Education.
- Michael John Tomlinson, C.B.E., Chair of the A-level Standards Inquiry, Working Group on 14–19 Reform and the Learning Trust for Hackney Schools. For services to Education.
- Professor James Cressee Elphinstone Underwood, Professor of the Royal College of Pathologists and Professor of Pathology at the University of Sheffield. For services to Medicine.
- David Veness, C.B.E., Q.P.M., Assistant Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis. For services to the Police.
- John Stuart Vickers, Chair and Chief Executive of the Office of Fair Trading. For public service.
- Derek Wanless. For public service.
- Diplomatic Service and Overseas List
- Mark John Spurgeon Allen, C.M.G., Counsellor at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
- Professor Clive William John Granger. For services to Economics.
- Professor Basil Spyridonos Markesinis, Q.C., F.B.A. For services to international legal relations.
Knights Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath (G.C.B.)
- Military Division
- General Sir Michael David Jackson, K.C.B., C.B.E., D.S.O., A.D.C. Gen (475176), late The Parachute Regiment.
Knights Commander of the Order of the Bath (K.C.B.)
- Military Division
- Lieutenant-General (Local General) Kevin O'Donaghue, C.B.E. (486538), late Corps of Royal Engineers.
- Royal Air Force
- Civil Division
- (Edward) John Watson Gieve, C.B., Permanent Secretary at the Home Office.
- David John Normington, C.B., Permanent Secretary at the Department for Education and Skills.
Companions of the Order of the Bath (C.B.)
- Military Division
- Royal Navy
- Major-General Jonathan Bernard Appleton Bailey, M.B.E. (494267), late Royal Regiment of Artillery.
- Major-General Michael Huntley (494362), late Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
- Lieutenant-General Anthony Malcolm Douglas Palmer, C.B.E. (487557), late The Royal Green Jackets.
- Royal Air Force
- Air Vice-Marshal James Andrew Collier, C.B.E., Royal Air Force.
- Air Vice-Marshal Peter Brett Walker, C.B.E., Royal Air Force.
- Civil Division
- Mark Eric Addison, Director-General of Operations and Service Delivery at the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
- Colin McLauchlan Baxter, lately Head of the Police and Community Safety Group in the Justice Department of the Scottish Executive.
- David Brummell, Legal Secretary to the Law Officers of the Office of the Attorney General.
- John David Coles, Chief Executive of the Warship Support Agency.
- Naomi Eisenstadt, Director of Sure Start, Department for Education and Skills.
- Mark Gibson, Director-General of the Business Group, Department of Trade and Industry.
- John Francis Gilhooly, Chief Executive of the Parliamentary Counsel Office.
- Brian Leslie Glicksman, Treasury Officer of Accounts at HM Treasury.
- Robin Paul Halward, lately Deputy Director-General of the Immigration and Nationality Directorate, Home Office.
- David Seymour, Legal Adviser to the Home Office and the Northern Ireland Office.
- Douglas Armitage Smith, lately Chief Executive of the Child Support Agency.
- George Macaulay Trevelyan, lately Director of the Delivery Strategy Team, Defra.
- Marjorie Williams, Director of Local Services, Inland Revenue.
Knights Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George (K.C.M.G.)
- Diplomatic Division
- Edward Clay, British High Commissioner, Nairobi.
- Robert John Coleman, lately Director-General of Health and Consumer Protection, European Commission.
- John Douglas Kelso Grant, UK Permanent Representative to the European Union.
Companions of the Order of St Michael and St George (C.M.G.)
- Civil Division
- Elizabeth Kerr Burns, O.B.E., President of the International Association of Volunteer Effort. For services to Volunteering.
- Stuart John Doughty, Chief Executive of Costain Group plc. For services to International Trade and Investment.
- John Charles Odling-Smee, lately Director of the European II Department of the International Monetary Fund. For services to International Finance.
- Diplomatic Division
- Dr. Robin William Baker, Deputy Director-General of the British Council.
- John Cummins, M.B.E., lately Counsellor and HM Consul-General in Moscow.
- Paul Stephen Dimond, HM Ambassador to the Philippines.
- Major-General Robert Duncan Seaton Gordon, C.B.E. (490208), late 17th/21st Lancers.
- Allan Graham Gormly, C.B.E. For services to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Board of Management.
- David John Gowan, HM Ambassador to Serbia and Montenegro.
- Alison Mariot Leslie, HM Ambassador to Norway.
- Philip Raymond Nelson, Counsellor at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
- William Charters Patey, HM Ambassador to Sudan.
- Angela Joy Williams, lately Director of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East.
Commanders of the Royal Victorian Order (C.V.O.)
- Dr. Claude Blair, O.B.E. For services to the Royal Collection.
- Edward Peter Demery, Clerk of the Royal Cellars.
- Major-General Geoffrey William Field, C.B., O.B.E., Resident Governor and Keeper of the Jewel House in the Tower of London.
- Vice-Admiral Michael Peter Gretton, C.B., Director of The Duke of Edinburgh's Award (UK).
- Brigadier Colin John McCrae Harrisson, O.B.E., formerly Chief Executive of King Edward VII's Hospital (Sister Agnes)
- Major-General David Houston, C.B.E., formerly Lord Lieutenant of Sutherland.
- Lieutenant-General Maurice Robert Johnston, K.C.B., O.B.E., formerly Lord Lieutenant of Wiltshire.
- Graeme Neil Munro, formerly Director and Chief Executive of Historic Scotland.
- Surgeon Captain David Leslie Swain, L.V.O., R.N., Medical Officer to The Queen abroad.
Lieutenants of the Royal Victorian Order (L.V.O.)
- Philip Metcalf Bolam, Honorary Press Officer of Royal Agricultural Society of the Commonwealth.
- Elizabeth Faith Currer Buchanan, Deputy Private Secretary to The Prince of Wales.
- Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Guy Cartwright, Secretary of the Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood.
- Nicholas John Lucas Chance, J.P., Private Secretary to Prince and Princess Michael of Kent.
- Nigel John Fordham, formerly Head of the Crown Agents Stamp Bureau.
- The Reverend Charles Robertson, Minister of the Kirk of the Canongate.
- Constance Margaret Tyler, formerly Assistant Fundraising Director of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award (UK).
- Dr. Peter Wheeler, Apothecary to The Prince of Wales.
Members of the Royal Victorian Order (M.V.O.)
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|The Right Honourable Jonathan Lucas Hunt||M.P.||Waitakere City||Speaker of the House of Representatives For services to Parliament|
|Professor Donald Ward Beaven||C.B.E.||Christchurch||For services to persons with diabetes|
|The Right Honourable Peter Blanchard||Auckland||For services to the Judiciary|
|Dr Mary Josephine (Joy) Drayton||C.N.Z.M., M.B.E.||Tauranga||For services to education and local body affairs|
|Dr Alan Russell Frampton||Auckland||For services to agriculture|
|Mr Tumu Te Heuheu||Taupo||For services to conservation|
|Mr Arthur Wynyard Beasley||O.B.E., E.D.||Wellington||For services to orthopaedics and the community|
|Professor Dick Bellamy||Auckland||For services to science and education|
|Mrs Margaret Anne Bendall||Auckland||For services to education|
|Mrs Gwendoline Joyce Bull||J.P.||Papakura||For services to local government|
|Professor Wystan Tremayne Le Cren Curnow||Auckland||For services to art and literature|
|Mr James Kempster Guthrie||Dunedin||For services to environmental law, conservation and the community|
|Dr Bryan Foss Leach||Picton||For services to archaeology|
|Mr Christopher Robert Mace||Auckland||For services to the Antarctic and the community|
|Mrs Alexia Helen Pickering||Q.S.O., J.P.||Wellington||For services to persons with disabilities|
|Mr Michael Charles Wintringham||Waikanae||For public services as State Services Commissioner|
|Billy Apple||Auckland||For services to art|
|Alistair Te Ariki Campbell||Wellington||For services to literature|
|Hamish Carter||Auckland||For services to sport especially as a triathlete|
|Philip Maurice Carter||J.P.||Christchurch||For services to business|
|Vernon Raymond Clark||Canterbury||For services to agriculture and the community|
|Professor Kathryn Elizabeth Crosier||Auckland||For services to medicine|
|Caroline Frances Evers-Swindell||Cambridge||For services to rowing|
|Georgina Emma Buchanan Evers-Swindell||Cambridge||For services to rowing|
|Professor Emeritus Leon Frank Garner||North Shore City||For services to optometry|
|Dr Arthur Henry Hackett||Mount Maunganui||For public services|
|Dr Patricia Harris||Palmerston North||For services to science|
|Associate Professor Jack Hilton Havill||Hamilton||For services to medicine and medical research|
|Dennis Ashley Hills||J.P.||Christchurch||For services to science and industry|
|Raymond Stuart Labone||Wellington||For services to the design industry|
|Professor Diana Rosemary Lennon||Auckland||For services to science and health|
|Gary Patrick Lennon||Christchurch||For services to education, sport and the community|
|Murray John McNae||Porirua||For services to industry development|
|Joseph Patrick Moodabe||Auckland||For services to the film industry and the community|
|Margaret Alison Nielsen||Wellington||For services to music|
|Robin David Marks Owen||J.P.||South Canterbury||For services to local body and community affairs|
|Ioannis John Psathas||Wellington||For services to music|
|John Stewart Robson||Palmerston North||For services to local government and the building industry|
|Thomas Trevor Ryder||J.P.||New Plymouth||For services to education and the community|
|Frederick Martyn Brocas Sanderson||Otaki||For services to literature and the theatre|
|Emeritus Professor Michael John Selby||Hamilton||For services to education|
|Anne Rosemarie Todd-Lambie||Nelson||For services to women|
|Sarah Elizabeth Ulmer||Cambridge||For services to cycling|
|John Douglas Voss||Tauranga||For services to the kiwifruit industry|
|Michael Heseltine Watt||Pulborough, England||For services to the community|
|Walter Glenn Whittaker||Tauranga||For services to the dairy industry|
|Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Bryan Howie||(D46394)||Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment|
|Group Captain Gavin John Howse||(N87251)||Royal New Zealand Air Force|
|Lieutenant Keri Maree Anderson||(H1009845)||The Corps of Royal New Zealand Engineers|
|Major William Thomas Blaikie||(V1010133)||New Zealand Intelligence Corps|
|Acting Warrant Officer Communications Analyst Denise Jones||(S1009003)||Royal New Zealand Navy|
|Staff Sergeant Darrin James Waitere||(F1964710)||The Corps of Royal New Zealand Engineers|
|Corporal James Mark Whitworth||(V52965)||The Corps of Royal New Zealand Engineers (Territorial Force).|
|Sapper Luke James Wilson||(M1009757)||The Corps of Royal New Zealand Engineers|
|Lieutenant Commander Karl Edwin Woodhead||(P26187)||Royal New Zealand Navy|
|Mr James Grenville Geddes||Gore||For Community Service|
|Mrs Matire Glover||Gisborne||For Community Service|
|Mrs Margaret Alexandria Huinga Kaua||J.P.||Gisborne||For Community Service|
|Mr William Stanley Penno||South Canterbury||For Community Service|
|Mrs Ellen Ann Ramsay||Otago||For Community Service|
|Mrs Barbara Stewart||Christchurch||For Community Service|
|Mr Peter Robert Bennett||Trevignano Romano, Italy||For Public Services|
|Mr Alistair David Betts||Canterbury||(Deceased. Her Majesty's approval to this appointment was signified before the date of decease.) For Public Services|
|Mr Gordon Joseph Blake||M.N.Z.M. J.P.||Tirau||For Public Services|
|Mr Neil John Clarke||O.B.E. J.P.||Mount Maunganui||For Public Services|
|Mr Alan John Dick||Napier||For Public Services|
|The Honourable Roger Neville McClay||Wellington||For Public Services|
|Mr Gerald Reginald McGhie||Wellington||For Public Services|
|Mr Gary Vernon Taylor||J.P.||Waitakere City||For Public Services|
New Zealand Gallantry Decoration
|Private (now Trooper) Phillip Murray Cheater||(X1003534)||Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment|
New Zealand Gallantry Medal
|Corporal Gerald Stewart Fenton||(K55577)||Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment|
New Zealand Bravery Medal
|Sergeant Ngametua Tetava||(C748537)||Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment|