2010 New Year Honours

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The New Year Honours 2010, was announced on 31 December 2009 in the United Kingdom,[1][2] New Zealand,[3][4] Cook Islands,[5] Barbados,[6] Grenada,[7] Papua New Guinea,[8] Solomon Islands,[9] Saint Lucia,[10] Belize,[11] Antigua and Barbuda,[12] Saint Christopher and Nevis[13] and other Commonwealth realms to celebrate the year passed and mark the beginning of 2010.

The 2010 New Year Honours were unusual in that none of the 121 Members of Parliament (MPs) who had announced their retirement at the next general election received honours: this was perceived to be a reaction to a series of parliamentary scandals in 2009 which had diminished the public opinion of politicians.[14][15] There were few honours for people from the financial services sector either, after controversy over high bonus payments despite the financial crisis. (One notable exception was Dyfrig John, a former deputy chairman/chief executive of HSBC, a bank which did not require a taxpayer bail-out. Dyfrig John was named CBE.)[14][15]

The recipients of honours are displayed here as they were styled before their new honour, and arranged by the country whose ministers advised The Queen on the appointments, then by honour, with grades i.e. Knight/Dame Grand Cross, Knight/Dame Commander etc. and then if appropriate, divisions (i.e. Military and Civil).

Contents

United Kingdom[edit]

Knights Bachelor[edit]

Order of the Bath[edit]

Knights Commander of the Order of the Bath (KCB)[edit]

Military Division
Army
Civil Division

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

Military Division
Royal Navy
Army
Royal Air Force
Civil Division
  • Christopher Bolt, Arbiter, London Underground Public Private Partnership Agreements and lately chairman, Office of Rail Regulation, Department for Transport
  • Lawrence Conway, lately Director, Department of the First Minister, Welsh Assembly Government
  • Gloria Linda Craig, director, International Security Policy, Ministry of Defence
  • Elizabeth Anne Jackson, director, Child Wellbeing, Children and Families Directorate, Department for Children, Schools and Families
  • Helen Kiltpatrick, Director-General, Financial and Commercial, Home Office
  • William Francis Sebastian Rickett, Director-General of Energy, Department for Energy and Climate Change.

Order of Saint Michael and Saint George[edit]

Knights / Dames Commander of the Order of St. Michael and St. George (KCMG / DCMG)[edit]

Civil Division

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

Military Division
Army
Civil Division

Royal Victorian Order[edit]

Knights Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (KCVO)[edit]

Commanders of the Royal Victorian Order (CVO)[edit]

Lieutenants of the Royal Victorian Order (LVO)[edit]

Members of the Royal Victorian Order (MVO)[edit]

Royal Victorian Medal[edit]

Bar to the Royal Victorian Medal (Silver)[edit]

Royal Victorian Medal (Silver)[edit]

Order of the British Empire[edit]

Knights / Dames Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE / DBE)[edit]

Civil Division

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

Military Division
Royal Navy
Army
Royal Air Force
Civil Division

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

Military Division
Royal Navy
Army
Royal Air Force
Civil Division
  • William Abbott, National Security Adviser, Secure Mental Health Services, Department of Health. For services to Healthcare.
  • Victor Akers, lately Manager, Arsenal Ladies’ Football Team. For services to Sport.
  • Professor Alan Alexander, Emeritus Professor of Local and Public Management, University of Strathclyde. For services to Social Science.
  • Alexander Beveridge Anderson, D.L., Chairman of Governors, University of Teesside. For services to the community in the North East.
  • Deirdre Anne, Mrs. Kinloch Anderson, Director, Kinloch Anderson. For services to the Textile Industry.
  • John Huxley Fordyce Anderson. For services to St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London and to the Construction Industry.
  • Craig Armstrong. For services to Music.
  • Anthony John William Attard, Chief Executive, Panaz Ltd. For services to the Textile Industry and to International Trade.
  • Sir Nicholas Hickman Ponsonby Bacon, Bt., D.L. For services to the community in Norfolk.
  • Linda Margaret, Mrs. Costelloe Baker. For public service.
  • Stuart Kemp Baker, Deputy Director, National Projects, Rail and National Networks, Department for Transport.
  • Dr. Michael Thomas Barlow. For services to Intellectual Property Law.
  • Professor Ann Barrett, Professor of Oncology and lately Deputy Head of School, University of East Anglia. For services to Healthcare.
  • Ms Hillary Anna Bauer, Head, International and Cultural Property Unit, Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
  • Ms Margaret Baxter. For services to the Voluntary Sector.
  • Miss Ailsa Elizabeth Beaton, Director of Information, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to the Police.
  • Alan Kenneth Bowers Beavis. For services to the Scouts.
  • Dr. John William Beer, lately Executive Director of Social Services, Southampton City Council. For services to Local Government.
  • Ms Anthea Bell. For services to Literature and to Literary Translations.
  • Arlene, Mrs. Bell, Headteacher, Beechdale Nursery School, Durham. For services to local and national Early Years Education.
  • Thomas Bell. For services to the Wooden Spoon Children’s Charity.
  • Madeleine, Countess of Bessborough. For services to the Visual Arts.
  • Dr. Anthony Bernard Best. For services to the Education of Deafblind Children.
  • Kay, Mrs. Bews, Chief Executive, Home-Start UK. For services to Children and Families.
  • Professor Alison Blenkinsopp, Professor of the Practice of Pharmacy, Keele University. For services to Healthcare.
  • Ronald John Bowers, Grade B2, Ministry of Defence.
  • Paul Vincent Boyle, lately Chief Executive, Financial Reporting Council. For services to the Financial Services Industry and Accountancy.
  • Ms Anne Elizabeth Brannagan, Complex Trauma Manager, Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre, Headley Court, Surrey, Ministry of Defence.
  • Ross Brawn, Team Principal, Brawn GP. For services to Motorsport.
  • Dr. Michael Peter Briggs, lately Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Roehampton University. For services to Higher Education.
  • Dr. Alison Fiona Campbell, Managing Director, King’s College London Business Ltd. For services to Knowledge Transfer.
  • Peter Carne, lately National Champion, Learning Outside the Classroom and Programme Manager, Growing Schools Programme. For services to Education.
  • David Brian Cassells. For services to the Inland Waterways Association of Ireland.
  • Eileen, Mrs. Cavalier (Mrs. Schatunowski), Founder, London College of Beauty Therapy. For services to Further Education.
  • Pamela, Mrs. Challis, Leader, Castle Point Borough Council. For services to Local Government in South East Essex.
  • Mavis Lurline, Mrs. Champagnie, Councillor, London Borough of Harrow. For services to Local Government and to Diversity.
  • Captain Kandiah Chandran, M.B.E., Chief Executive, Preset Charitable Trust. For services to Young People in London.
  • Gillian, Mrs. Coffey, Headteacher, Lynch Hill Foundation Primary School, Slough. For services to Education.
  • Yvonne, Mrs. Coghill, National Lead, Breaking Through Programme, NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement. For services to Healthcare.
  • Maureen, Mrs. Cooke, Head of Capability and First Line Service Management, Customer Service Delivery, Corporate IT, Department for Work and Pensions.
  • Gordon Raymond Couch. For services to Disabled People.
  • David John Cowie, lately District Manager, Jobcentre Plus, Forth Valley, Fife and Tayside, Department for Work and Pensions.
  • John Andrew Craig, Chairman, British Record Industry Trust. For services to Music and to Charity.
  • Mary Elizabeth, Mrs. Craig, Chief Executive, Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland. For services to the Voluntary Sector.
  • Bruce Millson Crook, Grade B1, Ministry of Defence. Ms Frances Crook, Director, Howard League for Penal Reform. For services to Youth Justice.
  • Neil Philip Cunliffe, Group Manager, Road Safety Group, Lancashire County Council. For services to Road Safety.
  • Phillip Leyland Darnton, Chairman, Cycling England. For services to Transport.
  • Frederick Geoffrey Davies, lately Chairman, Gwent Magistrates Bench and Wales Bench Chairmen’s Forum. For services to the Administration of Justice. *Derek John Davis, lately Chairman, Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Combined Fire Authority. For services to Local Government.
  • Amanda, Mrs. Deeks, Chief Executive Officer, South Gloucestershire Council and Founder, West of England Partnership for Bristol. For services to Local Government.
  • Paul Deneen, J.P., D.L. For services to the community in Herefordshire and Worcestershire.
  • John Henry Derbyshire, Sailing Coach and Manager. For services to Sport.
  • Professor Fiona Devine, Professor of Sociology, University of Manchester. For services to Social Science.
  • Ian Laidlaw-Dickson, Chairman, Hertfordshire Police Authority. For services to the Police.
  • Michael Donnelly, Chief Executive Officer, Habinteg Housing Association. For services to the Housing Sector.
  • Jacqueline Ann, Mrs. Dowell, Customer Operations Business Design Manager, H.M. Revenue and Customs.
  • Professor Marcus Peter Francis du Sautoy, Professor of Mathematics, University of Oxford. For services to Science.
  • Brigadier Hedley Dennis Cardew Duncan, M.B.E., lately Yeoman Usher of the Black Rod, House of Lords.
  • Martin Donald Dunford, Chairman, Association of Learning Providers and Chief Executive, Skills Training UK. For services to Skills.
  • Antony Dunne, Grade B1, Ministry of Defence.
  • Dr. Linda Ebbatson, Leader, Chester-le-Street District Council. For services to Local Government.
  • Ms Janette Morag Faherty, Chief Executive,TNG/ Avanta. For services to Unemployed People and to Entrepreneurship.
  • Ms Julia Fawcett, Chief Executive, Lowry Centre, Salford Quays. For services to the Arts in the North West.
  • Derek Forest, Detective Superintendent, West Midlands Police. For services to the Police.
  • Diana, Mrs. Fulbrook, Chief Officer, Wiltshire Probation Area, Ministry of Justice.
  • Elizabeth Laureen, Mrs. Fullerton, lately Chair, NHS Shetland. For services to Healthcare.
  • Ms Lucy Diana Gampell (Mrs. Itkin), lately Director, Action for Prisoners’ Families. For services to Disadvantaged People.
  • Professor Mary Gibby, Director of Science, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. For services to Botany.
  • Captain Duncan Colin Glass, lately Director of Navigation Requirements, Trinity House, Department for Transport.
  • Celia Jane, Mrs. Godsall. For services to Sport.
  • Dr. James Desmond Hall, General Medical Practitioner, Belfast. For services to Healthcare.
  • Ms Susan Elizabeth Hall, Chief Officer, West Yorkshire Probation Area, Ministry of Justice.
  • Ms Catherine Graham-Harrison. For services to Heritage.
  • David James Harrison. For services to Golf.
  • Michael Clifford Hart, Director, Ffestinog Railway Company and Chairman, Welsh Highland Railway Construction Ltd. For services to the Rail Industry. *Maurice Adrian Sylvester Heaster, Deputy Leader, Wandsworth Council. For services to Local Government.
  • Elizabeth Irene, Mrs. Henderson, Network Nurse Director, Northern Ireland Cancer Network. For services to Healthcare.
  • Tom Henderson. For services to Humanitarian Aid. Dr. Barbara Hendrie, lately Deputy Director, Iraq, Department for International Development.
  • David Henry, Chairman, National Association for Mental Health. For services to Healthcare.
  • Dr. Andrew James Herbert, Managing Director, Microsoft Research, Cambridge. For services to Computer Science.
  • Donald Peter Herbert, Barrister. For voluntary service to Equality, Diversity and Human Rights.
  • Ms Susan Ann Higham, Business Design Manager, Modernising Pay As You Earn, Telford, H.M. Revenue and Customs.
  • Ms Stephanie Hilborne, Chief Executive, The Wildlife Trusts. For services to Nature Conservation.
  • Professor Anthony Edward Hill, Director, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton. For services to Environmental Science.
  • Professor William Stewart Hillis, Medical Adviser, Scottish Football Association. For services to Medicine and to Sport.
  • Helen Jane, Mrs. Clegg-Hood, Headteacher, Shiremoor Primary School, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. For services to Education.
  • Ms Katharine Sarah Julian Horner, lately Specialist Counsellor and Senior Analyst, Assessments Staff, Cabinet Office.
  • Peter John Hosker. For services to the community in Preston, Lancashire.
  • Gareth Dale Hoskins. For services to Architecture. Kevin Houston, Managing Director, Anderson Manning Associates. For services to Business.
  • Nicholas Howard, Parliamentary Clerk, Prime Minister’s Office.
  • Susan, Mrs. Huggins, Head of Network Development. For services to the Post Office.
  • Shirley, Mrs. Hughes, Chief Executive Officer, Cerebal Palsy Sport. For services to Disability Sport.
  • Robert Alfred Hutchings. For services to the Voluntary Sector in Wales.
  • William Anthony Hynett, Group Chief Executive Officer, B-N Group Ltd. For services to the Defence Industry.
  • Paul Stafford Jackson. For services to the Computer Games Industry.
  • Marc Jaffrey. For services to Music Education. Anthony Paul Jakimciw, Principal and Chief Executive Officer, Dumfries and Galloway College. For services to Further Education in Scotland.
  • Professor Ian Miller Jamieson, lately Pro-Vice- Chancellor (Learning and Teaching), University of Bath. For services to local and national Education.
  • Ms Marion Juliette Janner. For services to Mental Healthcare.
  • Ms Deborah Jeffery, Grade B2, Ministry of Defence. Martin John Jenkins, Grade B1, Ministry of Defence.
  • Jane, Mrs. Johnson, Headteacher, St. Stephen’s Primary School, Newham, London. For services to Education.
  • Glenys, Mrs. Johnston, Chair, Local Safeguarding Children Board, Leicestershire and Rutland. For services to Local Government.
  • Paul Lloyd Jones, Executive Headteacher, Blackpool and Chudleigh Knighton Lady Seaward’s and Salcombe Primary Schools, Devon. For services to local and national Education.
  • Stephen Jones, Milliner. For services to the Fashion Industry.
  • Professor Vijay Vir Kakkar, Emeritus Professor, University of London. For services to Clinical Science.
  • Ms Jeanne Kaniuk, Head of Adoption Services, Thomas Coram Foundation for Children. For services to Children.
  • Professor Paul Keane, Dean, School of Health and Social Care, Teesside University. For services to Healthcare.
  • Anna, Mrs. Kendall, lately Headteacher, Christ Church Church of England Primary School, Kensington and Chelsea, London. For services to Education.
  • Nigel Kershaw, Chief Executive, Big Issue Invest and Chairman, The Big Issue. For services to Social Enterprise.
  • Simon Henry King. For services to Wildlife Photography and to Conservation.
  • John Gordon Kingston. For services to the Voluntary Sector.
  • Ms Anne Kirkham, Grade 5, Decent Homes and Housing Finance Division, Department for Communities and Local Government.
  • Richard Philip Kitson, lately Chief Executive, Aster Group. For services to the Housing Sector.
  • Susan, Mrs. Knox. For services to Food Safety.
  • Silas Krendel. For charitable services.
  • Ram Parkash Lakha. For services to the Sikh community in Coventry, West Midlands.
  • Anthony Edward Langford, Non-Executive Director, John Smedley. For services to the Knitwear Industry.
  • Heather, Mrs. Lawrence, Chief Executive, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Healthcare.
  • Jurat and Lieutenant Bailiff Sally Carolyn Ann Le Brocq. For services to the Administration of Justice and to the community in Jersey.
  • Andrew John Leigh. For public service.
  • Eva, Mrs. Loeffler, Vice-President, WheelPower. For services to Disability Sport.
  • Helen, Mrs. MacKenzie, Headteacher, Shevington High School, Wigan. For services to Education.
  • John Graham Marks. For charitable services.
  • Victor Alan Marshall, Detective Superintendent, Sussex Police and Adviser to the Home Office. For services to the Police.
  • Ms Wendy Martinson, Consultant Dietitian, British Olympic Association. For services to Sport and to Nutrition.
  • June Colette, Mrs. Mason, Grade 7, Cohesion and Migration Directorate, Department for Communities and Local Government.
  • Samuel Abraham McCrea, Principal, Ballyclare Secondary School. For services to Education in Northern Ireland.
  • Professor John Alexander McDermid. For services to the Defence Industry.
  • William John McGawley, Executive Vice-Chairman, TDR Group. For services to Business and to Skills Training in the North East.
  • The Very Reverend Dr. Robert Samuel James Houston McKelvey, Q.V.R.M., T.D., Dean, St. Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast. For services to the community in Northern Ireland.
  • Ms Alison Mary McLean. For services to Rural Affairs in the West Midlands.
  • Bishop Louis Richard McLeod, For services to Southwark Credit Union.
  • Ronald McNab, lately Managing Director, Caledonian Alloys Ltd. For services to the Recycling Industry.
  • Ms Loretta Minghella, Chief Executive, Financial Services Compensation Scheme. For services to the Financial Services Industry.
  • Michelle, Mrs. Mone, Founder and Owner, MJM International Group. For services to the Lingerie Industry.
  • Kenneth Montgomery, Principal Conductor, Ulster Orchestra. For services to Music in Northern Ireland.
  • Ms Debbie Moore, Founder and Chair, Pineapple Dance Studios. For services to Business.
  • Heidi, Mrs. Mottram, Managing Director, Northern Rail. For services to the Rail Industry.
  • Ms Diane Mulligan. For services to Disabled People and to Equal Opportunities.
  • Braham Sydney Murray, Artistic Director, Royal Exchange, Manchester. For services to Drama.
  • Peter Murray, Co-Founder, Ormiston Trust. For services to Children and Families.
  • Dr. Sydney Donnelly Neill, Director, Agriculture Food and Environmental Sciences Division, Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute, Northern Ireland Executive.
  • David Nixon, Artistic Director, Northern Ballet Theatre. For services to Dance.
  • Edward James O’Gorman. For charitable services to the Foundation for Children with Leukaemia.
  • Professor Timothy O’Riordan, D.L., Emeritus Professor of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia. For services to Sustainable Development.
  • Gary Oldman. For public service.
  • Dr. Jane Overbury, Principal, Christ the King Sixth Form College, Lewisham, London. For services to Education.
  • Richard Parfitt, Co-Founder, Singer and Guitarist, Status Quo. For services to Music and to Charity.
  • Dr. Louise Mary Perrotta. For public service.
  • Peter Phillipson, Chairman, Merlin Entertainments Group. For services to the Leisure Industry.
  • Raymond Pollock, Principal, Banbridge Academy. For services to Education in Northern Ireland.
  • Diane, Mrs. Poole, General Manager, Passengers Norfolkline Irish Sea Ferry Services. For services to the Tourist Industry.
  • Melloney, Mrs. Poole, Deputy Director, Legal Services and Governance, Big Lottery Fund. For public service.
  • Andrew Richard Pope, J.P., National Business Crime Partnership Manager, Co-operative Group. For public service.
  • Ms Rachel Portman, Film Composer. For services to Music.
  • Colin Preece, lately Director, Social Services, Neath Port Talbot. For services to Local Government.
  • Professor Michael Charles Prestwich, Emeritus Professor of History, Durham University. For services to Scholarship.
  • Richard Edward Priest, Chief Executive, Riverside Centre. For services to the community in the Isle of Wight.
  • Walter Rader, Director, Big Lottery Fund. For services to the community in Northern Ireland.
  • Judith, Mrs. Ragan, Headteacher, Queensmill Special School for Autism, Hammersmith and Fulham, London. For services to Special Needs Education. *Bernardine, Mrs. Rees, lately Chief Executive, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire Local Health Board. For services to the NHS in Wales.
  • Raymond Victor Refausse, lately Director and Chief Executive, South West College. For services to Further and Higher Education in Northern Ireland.
  • Professor Margaret Reid, Professor of Women’s Health, University of Glasgow. For services to Healthcare and to Higher Education.
  • Ms Lyndy Reynolds, lately Deputy Head, Government Legal Service Secretariat, Treasury Solicitor’s Department.
  • Ms Menna Richards, Director, BBC Wales. For services to Broadcasting.
  • Anne, Mrs. Roberts, Chief Executive, Crossroads Association. For services to Carers.
  • Edmund Caerwyn Roberts, M.B.E., Chairman, Snowdonia National Park Authority. For services to the community in Gwynedd.
  • Elizabeth Regina Oluyemika, Mrs. Atere-Roberts, Older People’s Nurse Specialist. For services to Healthcare in London.
  • Brian Keith Rockliffe, Director, Voluntary Service Overseas. For services to International Development.
  • Francis Dominic Nicholas Michael Rossi, Co-Founder and Singer, Status Quo. For services to Music and to Charity.
  • John Kenneth Rostill, Chief Executive, Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to Healthcare.
  • Henry James Griffin Russell, lately Chairman, National Association of General Commissioners. For public service.
  • Professor Edward Sallis, Principal and Chief Executive, Highlands College, Jersey. For services to Education.
  • Sujinder Singh Sangha, Principal, Stockton Riverside College, County Durham. For services to local and national Further Education.
  • Professor Danny Saunders, Professor and Head of the Centre for Lifelong Learning, University of Glamorgan. For services to Higher Education in Wales.
  • Professor Joseph Maurice Savage, Consultant Paediatric Nephrologist, Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children. For services to Medicine.
  • Dr. Caroline Ann Bodley-Scott, Civilian Medical Practitioner, British Forces Germany Health Service, Ministry of Defence.
  • Gordon Scott. For services to Regeneration in South Yorkshire.
  • Jane Antoinette, Mrs. Scott, Leader, Wiltshire Council. For services to Local Government.
  • Ahmad Shahzad. For services to Black and Minority Ethnic People.
  • Ghulam Rasul Shahzad. For services to Social Housing and to the community in Rochdale.
  • Peter Sheldon. For services to the Jewish Community.
  • Miss Julie May Shenton, Departmental Strategic Business Continuity Manager, Department for Work and Pensions.
  • Dr. David Sibbald, F.R.S.E., Chairman, Sumerian Networks. For charitable services in Scotland and Overseas.
  • Alice, Mrs. Sluckin, Chair, Selective Mutism Information and Research Association. For services to Children and Families.
  • Ronald Gordon King-Smith, Author. For services to Children’s Literature.
  • John Thomas Smith, lately Principal, Burnley College. For services to Further Education.
  • Ms Laraine Smith, Principal, Uxbridge College. For services to Further Education.
  • Peter Arthur Smith. For services to the Optometric Profession.
  • Gerard Smyth. For services to the Police in the North East.
  • Margaret, Mrs. Snowdon, Chair, Pensions Advisory Service. For services to Pensioners.
  • The Honourable Rupert Christopher Soames, Chief Executive Officer, Aggreko plc. For services to the Power Industry.
  • Pauline Joan, Mrs. Spencer, lately Head, Victim and Witness Care Delivery Unit, Crown Prosecution Service.
  • Eric Spicer. For services to the Telecommunications Industry.
  • The Right Reverend James Theophilus Stapleton. For services to Inter-Faith and Community Relations in Nottingham.
  • Dr. Miriam Stoppard. For services to Healthcare and to Charity.
  • Professor David Storey, lately Director, Centre for Small and Medium Enterprise, Warwick Business School. For services to Business.
  • Stephen Szemerenyi, Pay and Conditions Specialist, Association of School and College Leaders. For services to Education.
  • Alexander Tait, lately Governing Governor, H.M. Young Offenders’ Institution Castington, Northumberland, H.M. Prison Service, Ministry of Justice.
  • Jeremy James Taylor. For services to Young People and to Musical Theatre.
  • David Ralph Thompson, Governor H.M. Prison Frankland, Durham, H.M. Prison Service, Ministry of Justice.
  • Ms Gillian Jane Thompson, lately Chief Executive, Accountant in Bankruptcy, Scottish Executive.
  • Cyrus Todiwala, M.B.E., Proprietor and Executive Chef, Cafe ́ Spice Namaste ́ Restaurant Group. For services to the Hospitality Industry.
  • Iqbal Wahhab, Chairman, Department for Work and Pensions, Ethnic Minority Advisory Group. For public service and for services to the Hospitality Industry.
  • Ms Amanda Jane Wakeley, Designer. For services to the Fashion Industry.
  • Professor Janet Anne Walker, Deputy Chair, Social Security Advisory Committee. For public service.
  • James Arneil Wardrop. For services to the community in Renfrewshire.
  • Caroline, Mrs. Waters, Director, People and Policy for BT Group. For services to Diversity and to Equal Opportunities.
  • Norma Anne, Mrs. Watson. For services to Education in Scotland.
  • Dr. John Alexander Watt, Director of Strengthening Communities, Highlands and Islands Enterprise. For services to Community Development.
  • Professor Maureen Wayman, lately Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Dean, Art and Design, Manchester Metropolitan University. For services to local and national Higher Education.
  • John Wilkinson, Chief Executive, Ecuomed. For services to the Healthcare Industry.
  • Mark Roger Wilkinson. For services to the Furniture Industry and to Charity.
  • Susan Jean, Mrs. Willan, lately Inspector, Her Majesty’s Inspectorate for Education and Training in Wales. For services to Education.
  • Professor Richard James Willson Williams, T.D., Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Aneurin Bevan Health Board. For services to Medicine.
  • Jessie, Mrs. Wojciechowski, Headteacher, Borestone Primary School, Stirling. For services to Education.
  • Professor Charles Roland Wolf, Director, Biomedical Research Centre, University of Dundee. For services to Science.
  • David Mark Wood, Chief Executive, ATTEND. For services to the Voluntary Sector.
  • Dr. Eric Wood, D.L. For services to Education and to the community in Warwickshire.
  • Thomas Greenaway Woods. For public service.
  • Ms Louise Wright, Fraud and Error Consultant, Department for Work and Pensions.
  • Stephen Frederick Wright, Head, Business, Improvement and Support Team, London, Valuation Office Agency, H.M. Revenue and Customs.
  • Woon Wing Yip, Chairman, Wing Yip plc. For services to the Oriental Food Industry.
Diplomatic and Overseas List
  • David Belgrove – lately Head, Counter Narcotics Team, British Embassy, Afghanistan.
  • Thomas Yates Benyon – Founder and director, ZANE (Zimbabwe A National Emergency). For services to vulnerable people in Zimbabwe.
  • James Gordon Davidson Blakely – Director Youth (Education, Science and Society), British Council.
  • The Right Reverend Leroy Errol Brooks – For services to the community in Anguilla.
  • Norma Po Yee Chan – lately Chief, Security Council Secretariat, United Nations. For services to the United Nations in New York.
  • John Joseph-Devine, LVO – First Secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
  • Dr. Roderic William Dutton – Adviser on the Middle East, International Office, Durham University. For services to higher education and research links between the UK and the Middle East, especially Jordan.
  • Simon John Gillham – President, Franco-British Chamber of Commerce. For services to Franco-British business interests in France.
  • Richard Wingfield Hyde, MBE – British Honorary Consul, Madagascar. For services to the British community in Madagascar.
  • Graham King – Film Producer. For services to the British film industry in the USA and UK.
  • Beverley Elizabeth Lewis – First Secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
  • Nicholas Roy Mason – First Secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
  • Margaret Marian McPartland – Pianist and Radio Show Host, National Public Radio, USA. For services to jazz and to aspiring young musicians in the USA.
  • Diane Mulligan – for services to disabled people and to equal opportunities.
  • William Smith MacDonald Murray – Economic and Financial Attaché, British Embassy, Spain.
  • Brian David Outlaw – Director, China-Britain Business Council. For services to British business interests in China.
  • Mehr Tahir Kamran – British Foreign Officer, Ambassador to Russia. For services towards a better mutual co-ordination in trade with Russia.
  • Ian George Purves – lately Stabilisation Adviser, Civil Military Mission in Helmand. For services to security and stabilisation in Afghanistan.
  • Michael Charles Ramscar – First Secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
  • Jane Antoinette Scott – For services to local government in Wiltshire.
  • Olga May Scott – For services to the health, education and development of Bermuda's youth.
  • Stephen Rowland Thomas – Founder and former Chairman of OPAL, Oman. For services to British business interests and to the community in Oman.
  • Paul Williams – Offsets Adviser, UK Trade and Investment, South Africa. For services to British business interests.

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

Military Division
Royal Navy
Army
Royal Air Force
Civil Division – partial list

Royal Red Cross[edit]

Royal Red Cross (Second Class)[edit]

Army
  • Major John Clark

Queen's Volunteer Reserves Medal (QVRM)[edit]

Army
  • Major Mark Brotherston
Royal Air Force
  • Sergeant Terence Morton

New Zealand[edit]

Order of New Zealand (ONZ)[edit]

New Zealand Order of Merit[edit]

Dame Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit (DNZM)[edit]

  • Mrs Lesley Max MBE – of Auckland. For services to children.

Knight Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit (KNZM)[edit]

Honorary
  • Julian H. Robertson – of New York, United States of America. For services to business and philanthropy.

Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit (CNZM)[edit]

  • Kevin Bernard Brady – of Wellington. For public services, lately as Controller and Auditor-General.
  • Dr Peter Richard Fisher – of Auckland. For services to medicine.
  • Dr Frederick Malcolm Graham – of Auckland. For services to medicine.
  • Trevor Joseph Grice MNZM – of Otaki. For services to the community.
  • George Winiata Henare OBE – of Auckland. For services to the theatre.
  • Assistant Professor Merata Mita – of Whitianga. For services to the film industry.
  • Hugh Richmond Lloyd Morrison – of Wellington. For services to business.
  • Tewi David Rawiri Te Whare – of Rotorua. For services to Māori.
  • Ian Campbell Templeton OBE – of Wellington. For services to journalism.
  • Professor Helen Stapylton Timperley – of Auckland. For services to education.
  • Neville Kenneth Wran AC QC – of Sydney, Australia. For services to New Zealand–Australia relations.

Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit (ONZM)[edit]

  • Mrs Patricia Alston – of London, United Kingdom. For services to New Zealand–United Kingdom relations.
  • Mrs Florence Mary Annison QSM – of Kerikeri. For services to the community.
  • Mrs Judy Ann Bailey – of North Shore City. For services to broadcasting and the community.
  • Kevin Michael Barry MBE – of Christchurch. For services to boxing and the community.
  • Dr Robert Albert Boas – of Auckland. For services to medicine, in particular pain management.
  • John Herbert Bongard – of Kaitaia. For services to business.
  • Mrs Elizabeth Mary Brown – of Manakau. For services to business, women and the community.
  • Bruce Sutherland Chambers – of Auckland. For services to sport, in particular triathlons.
  • Wynton Gill Cox – of Christchurch. For services to business.
  • The Reverend Dr Allan Kenneth Davidson – of Auckland. For services to history.
  • Lawrence Charles Duckworth QSM – of Blenheim. For services to Māori and the community.
  • Flora Edwards – of Wellington. For services to music.
  • Dr James Daulby Edwards – of Otaki. For services to the veterinary profession and the community.
  • Friedrich Eisenhofer – of Waikanae. For services to architecture.
  • Anthony Edwin Falkenstein – of Auckland. For services to business.
  • Rodney Michael Grout – of Christchurch. For services to transport, in particular the maritime industry.
  • Associate Professor Vernon John Harvey – of Auckland. For services to medicine, in particular oncology research.
  • Professor James Geoffrey Horne – of Wellington. For services to medicine.
  • Jack Lawson Inglis QSM – of Motueka. For services to the community.
  • Dr Gordon Murray Kirk – of Palmerston North. For services to medicine.
  • Mrs Elizabeth Ann Mallinson QSM – of Wellington. For services to publishing, in particular children's literature.
  • William Lindsay Matson – of Waikanae. For services to swimming.
  • Colin Harry Russell MBE – of Christchurch. For services to education.
  • Dr Hugh Timothy Spencer – of Hamilton. For services to medicine, in particular anaesthesia.
  • John David Sutherland – of Auckland. For services to architecture.
  • Edgar John Young JP – of New Plymouth. For services to the dairy industry and the community.
Honorary
  • John E. Mullen – of Alexandria, Virginia, United States of America. For services to New Zealand–United States relations.

Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit (MNZM)[edit]

  • Dr Jacqueline Sherburd Te Makahi Allan – of Auckland. For services to Māori health.
  • Craig George Baird – of Sanctuary Cove, Queensland, Australia. For services to motorsport.
  • Mrs Gillian Mary Bannan – of Auckland. For services to golf.
  • Warrant Officer Class One John Carruthers Barclay – Royal New Zealand Armoured Corps, New Zealand Defence Force, of Lower Hutt. For services to the New Zealand Defence Force.
  • John Geoffrey Beaumont – of Havelock North. For services to sport, in particular swimming.
  • Donald Mairangi Bennett – of Rotorua. For services to Māori and the community.
  • Dr Roderick Leon Bieleski – of North Shore City. For services to horticultural science.
  • John Wesley Bowis – of East London, Republic of South Africa. For services to Save the Children New Zealand.
  • Dr Michael Antony Boyes – of Dunedin. For services to outdoor recreation and mountain safety.
  • Mrs Rosalie Louise Carey – of Whangarei. For services to the theatre.
  • David George Cox – of Christchurch. For services to the community.
  • Dr Daniel Charles Sundersingh Devadhar – of Wellington. For services to medicine and the community.
  • Peter Scott Drummond – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Mrs Margaret Lilian Ellett – of North Shore City. For services to women.
  • Maurice John Facoory JP – of Auckland. For services to sport, in particular speedway.
  • George Ian Fairbairn JP – of Wellington. For services to the community.
  • Dr Ian Brookman Ferguson – of Waitakere. For services to horticultural science.
  • Professor Sitaleki 'Ata'ata Finau – of Auckland. For services to Pacific Islands community health.
  • Gillian Heald – of Christchurch. For services to education.
  • Emeritus Professor Colin William Holmes – of Palmerston North. For services to agriculture.
  • Timothy Charles Robert Horner – of Otaki. For services to the New Zealand Customs Service.
  • Warwick Ean Hunt – of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. For services to accounting.
  • Professor Peter John Hunter – of Auckland. For services to science.
  • Jacques Christian Jean-Louis – of Auckland. For services to business.
  • Miss Mary Elizabeth Theresa Johnson – of Auckland. For services to the deaf community.
  • Ian Donald Jones – of North Shore City. For services to rugby.
  • Jimmie Kay Yin Kan – of Palmerston North. For services to the Chinese community.
  • Alan Bryan Kerr – of Wellington. For services to the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry.
  • Mrs Lynette Ellen Miles – of Christchurch. For services to netball administration.
  • Garrick Peter Murfitt JP – of Pahiatua. For services to local body affairs, agriculture and the community.
  • Dr John Panton Musgrove – of Christchurch. For services to community medicine.
  • Dr Wallace Bruce Niederer – of Taupō. For services to equine veterinary science.
  • Dr Peter John O'Hara – of Upper Hutt. For services to animal health and welfare.
  • Bruce Leslie Orr – of Tauranga. For services to agriculture.
  • Michael Kelvin Pannett – Detective Superintendent, New Zealand Police, of Wellington. For services to the New Zealand Police.
  • Joanna Mary Gordon Perry – of Auckland. For services to accounting.
  • Mrs Ruth Jane Pretty – of Te Horo. For services to the food industry.
  • Dennis George Rich JP – of Christchurch. For services to the community.
  • Dr David William Sabiston – of Napier. For services to ophthalmology and the community.
  • Rex Samuel Sellers – of Manukau. For services to yachting.
  • Barry Edward Shea – of Otaki. For services to the Ministry of Social Development.
  • Professor Ngahuia Te Awekotuku – of Hamilton. For services to Māori culture.
  • Mrs Jessie Lorna Thompson – of Christchurch. For services to the community.
  • John Percival Tregidga JP – of Paeroa. For services to local body affairs and the community.
  • David Reginald Kinnaird Truscott – of Manukau. For services to business.
  • George Curry Vickers JP – of Te Kauwhata. For services to the community.
  • Dr Christine Mary Miriam Walsh – of Levin. For services to women's health.
  • Paora Whaanga – of Gisborne. For services to Māori and the community.
  • William Glen Turner Wiggs – of Wellington. For services to advertising.
  • Bruce Te Kaeaea Werahiko Wikitoa – of Timaru. For services to Māori.
Additional appointment
  • Colonel Richard Lewis Hall (Retired) OBE – of Auckland. For services to the New Zealand Defence Force.
Honorary
  • Christine Margaret Pearce – of Wellington. For services to music.

Companion of Queen's Service Order (QSO)[edit]

  • Mrs Stella Bares JP – of Wellington. For services to the Greek community.
  • Mrs Jill Ethel Eggleton – of Auckland. For services to education and literacy.
  • Murray Grant Ferris JP – of Gisborne. For services to the community.
  • Mrs Marion Margaret Guy – of Tauranga. For services to nursing.
  • Miss Lorraine Pya Isaacs – of Dunedin. For services to television, education and women.
  • Nicholas John Ledgard – of Rangiora. For services to forestry.
  • Alexander Robert McLean – of Wellington. For public services.
  • Lawrence James Metcalf – of Richmond. For services to horticulture.
  • Mrs Elaine Joy Moffat JP – of Lower Hutt. For services to women and the community.
  • Mrs Thelma Lane Mohi – of Wellington. For services to education.
  • Paul Te Poa Karoro Morgan – of Nelson. For services to Māori business and Māori.
  • Alan Chetter Warner – of Auckland. For services to water safety.

Queen's Service Medal (QSM)[edit]

  • Toleafoa Kirisimasi Aiolupotea JP – of Manukau. For services to the Pacific Islands community.
  • Neale Scott Ames – of Otaki. For services to surf life saving.
  • Mrs Ann Jane Hanley Bain – of Auckland. For services to children.
  • Bryan Digby Benton JP – of New Plymouth. For services to the community.
  • Martin Joseph Berryman – of Hamilton. For services to the New Zealand Fire Service.
  • Daulat Singh Bindra – of Hamilton. For services to the Indian community.
  • Roy David Breeze – of Hamilton. For services to the New Zealand Fire Service.
  • Robert James Brown – of Nelson. For services to the community.
  • James Hikurangi Cherrington JP – of Kaikohe. For services to Māori and the community.
  • Geoffrey Alan Clements – of Christchurch. For services to the television industry.
  • John Spencer Coles – of Cambridge. For services to the community.
  • Murray Roderic Compton – of Christchurch. For services to business and the community.
  • Rodney William Cornelius – of North Shore City. For services to local heritage.
  • Grant Peter Coward – Detective Senior Sergeant, New Zealand Police, of New Plymouth. For services to the New Zealand Police.
  • Gillian Ann Davies – of Napier. For services to the theatre.
  • Allan James Devlin JP – of Lower Hutt. For services to the community.
  • Edwin Bryan Hamilton Dick ED – of Christchurch. For services to the community.
  • David George Drayton – of Christchurch. For services to the community.
  • Robert Leonard Filbee – Senior Constable, New Zealand Police, of Palmerston North. For services to the New Zealand Police.
  • James Alexander Fraser – of Christchurch. For services to the community.
  • Mrs Nancy Grieve Geer – of Hokitika. For services to the community.
  • Peter Leslie Hallett – of Hamilton. For services to the New Zealand Fire Service.
  • Lester Robert Harvey – of Mosgiel. For services to the community.
  • Mrs Olive June Haultain – of Hamilton. For services to the community.
  • James Edward Higgins – of Christchurch. For services to community health.
  • Richard George Hore – of Christchurch. For services to music.
  • Mrs Helen Elizabeth Huddleston – of Balclutha. For services to the community.
  • Sister Anne Catherine Hurley – of Manukau. For services to the community.
  • Mrs Olivia Jean James – of Waitakere. For services to the community.
  • Owen David Kinsella – of Tauranga. For services to the New Zealand Fire Service.
  • The Elder Reverend Aotofaga Tupulua Lemuelu II – of Takanini. For services to the Pacific Islands community.
  • Stephen Andrew John Logie – of Wallacetown. For services to the Ministry of Fisheries.
  • Evelyn Frances Joan MacDonald – of Waitakere. For services to bird rescue and animal welfare.
  • Thomas Duncan Mackenzie – of Wellington. For services to the community.
  • Mrs Rita Joan Marlow – of Dunedin. For services to gymnastics.
  • Sister Margaret Anne Martin – of Manukau. For services to the community.
  • Mrs Ada McCallum – of Whitianga. For services to the community.
  • James Richard McDonough – of Upper Hutt. For services to the New Zealand Police.
  • Alexander John McLellan – of Palmerston. For services to marine search and rescue.
  • Hugh Kingsmill Moore – of Katikati. For services to horticulture.
  • Mrs Ivy May Mounsey – of Ngaruawahia. For services to the community.
  • Panchanatham Narayanan – of Upper Hutt. For services to the ethnic community.
  • The Reverend Monsignor Bede Brian O'Gorman – of Christchurch. For services to the community.
  • Douglas Max Page – of Takaka. For services to brass bands.
  • Isitolo Isaac Pakome JP – of Taupō. For services to the Tokelauan community and the community.
  • Te Pura o Te Rangi Parata – of Lyttelton. For services to Māori and the community.
  • Mrs Hilary Jean Price – of Tauranga. For services to the community.
  • Mrs Beverley Kathleen Raine – of New Plymouth. For services to emergency management and the community.
  • Atawhai Grace Rameka – of Kaikohe. For services to the community.
  • Mrs Elizabeth Marion Richardson – of Wellington. For services to Māori and Pacific Islands education.
  • George Te Aati Ririnui – of Waitangi, Chatham Islands. For services to the Ministry of Fisheries and the community.
  • Gaylene Sharon Rogers – Senior Sergeant, New Zealand Police, of Auckland. For services to the New Zealand Police.
  • Lawrance Sturrock Saunders – of Blenheim. For services to the community.
  • Kevin Andrew Schwass – of North Shore City. For services to the hospitality industry and the community.
  • Mrs Margaret Ann Seabrook – of Wanganui. For services to the visually impaired community.
  • Phillip William Simpson – of Tauranga. For services to the community.
  • Simon Garrow Spencer-Bower – of Wanaka. For services to aviation.
  • Mrs Dorothy Alison Stewart – of Tauranga. For services to senior citizens and the community.
  • William John Stirling – of Hastings. For services to Māori and the community.
  • David Stone – Sergeant, New Zealand Police, of Otaki. For services to the New Zealand Police.
  • Raymond George Strong – of Manukau. For services to the community.
  • Desmond Everard Subritzky – of Dargaville. For services to conservation and the community.
  • Gary John Talbot – of Thames. For services to the New Zealand Fire Service.
  • Mrs Loine Louisa Tapaotama Lavakula – of Manukau. For services to the Pacific Islands community.
  • Mrs Jean Grace Thompson-Church – of Palmerston North. For services to the community.
  • Mrs Monica Tapapa Kuraia Tongia Unuia – of Manukau. For services to the Pacific Islands community.
  • Mrs Heather May Tuhoro – of Hamilton. For services to foster care.
  • James Tuhoro – of Hamilton. For services to foster care.
  • Ineleo Nonu Tuia – of Lower Hutt. For services to the Tokelaun community.
  • Mrs Jacqueline Catherine Vaughan – of Wellington. For services to speech, drama and the community.
  • Victor Charles Viggers DFC – of Napier. For services to music and the community.
  • Mrs Coraleen Patricia White – of Westport. For services to the community.
  • The Reverend Nicholas Warner Wilder – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Mrs Lorraine Louisa Wilson – of Tauranga. For services to senior citizens and the community.
  • Edward Wong – of Auckland. For services to martial arts.
  • John Hin Chi Wong – of Manukau. For services to the ethnic community.

New Zealand Antarctic Medal[edit]

  • Professor Peter John Barrett – of Wellington. For services to Antarctic science.
  • Dr David Lawrence Harrowfield – of Christchurch. For services to Antarctic research.
  • Professor Timothy Raymond Naish – of Lower Hutt. For services to Antarctic climate science.
  • Alexander Richard Pyne – of Wellington. For services to Antarctic engineering.

New Zealand Distinguished Service Decoration[edit]

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