2014 New Year Honours

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The New Year Honours 2014 were appointments by some of the 16 Commonwealth realms to various orders and honours to recognise and reward good works by citizens of those countries. The New Year Honours are awarded as part of the New Year celebrations at the start of January.

The New Year Honours were announced on 31 December 2013 in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.[1] These New Year Honours 2014 were the first New Year Honours in which more women than men were chosen for the Honours.[2]

The recipients of honours are displayed as they were styled before their new honour and arranged by the country (in order of precedence) 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 divisions i.e. Civil, Diplomatic and Military as appropriate.

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United Kingdom[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of the United Kingdom with honours within her own gift and with the advice of the Government for other honours.[3]

Knight of the Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle (KT)[edit]

The star and collar of the Order of the Thistle

Member of the Order of Merit (OM)[edit]

Companion of the Order of the Companions of Honour (CH)[edit]

The riband and badge of the "Companions of Honour"

Knight Bachelor[edit]

Diplomatic Service and Overseas List

The Most Honourable Order of the Bath[edit]

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

Badge of a Knight Commander of the Civil Division of the Order of the Bath
Military Division
Civil Division

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

Badge of a Companion of the Military Division of the Order of the Bath
Military Division
Civil Division
  • Michael Anderson, For services to International Development
  • Michael Charles Lancaster Carpenter, For services to Parliament and voluntary service to the community in Surrey
  • William Crothers, For services to Government Efficiency and Commercial Capability
  • Michael James Ellam, For services to International Finance Policy
  • Dr Derek William Feeley, For services to Healthcare
  • Bruce Fiddes Houlder QC DL, For services to Defence, particularly Armed Forces Justice
  • John James Pullinger, For services to Parliament and voluntary service to the community through Great Culverden Park Ltd
  • Stephen John Rimmer, For services to Criminal Justice and Policing Reform
  • Dr Philip John Rycroft, For services to the UK's Devolved and Coalition Governments

The Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George[edit]

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

  • Martin Stuart Davidson CMG, Chief Executive Officer, British Council. For services to British cultural, scientific and educational interests worldwide.
  • Adam McClure Thomson CMG, High Commissioner, Pakistan. For services to British interests in Pakistan.

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

  • Laurent Robert Beaudoin, Chairman, Bombardier Inc, Montreal, Canada. For services to British industry, particularly in Northern Ireland.
  • Martin Hugh Clements OBE, Director General, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to international diplomacy.
  • David (Francis) Kerr Finlay OBE, Chair, American Friends of the British Museum. For services to cultural and educational philanthropy.
  • Dr Gregor Irwin, Director, Economics and Chief Economist, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to economic analysis in foreign policy.
  • Dr Alastair David McPhail OBE, Lately HM Ambassador, South Sudan. For services to British interests in South Sudan.
  • Dr Andrew Charles Palmer, Executive Vice-President, Nissan Motor Company Ltd, Japan. For services to the British automotive industry.
  • Graham Keith Perolls OBE, Founder and Executive Director, Hospices of Hope. For services to palliative care in Central Europe, particularly Romania.
  • Mrs Kathryn Mary Pritchard, Director, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to British foreign policy.
  • Michael Hardwick Tomalin OBE, Lately Chief Executive, National Bank of Abu Dhabi, UAE. For services to UK/UAE business co-operation and to the British community in Abu Dhabi.
  • Robert Leigh Turner, HM Consul General, Istanbul and lately HM Ambassador, Ukraine. For services to British interests in Ukraine and Turkey.

The Royal Victorian Order[edit]

Insignia of a Knight / Dames Commander of the Royal Victorian Order

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

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

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

  • Craig Bruce Andrew — Formerly Executive director, The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award
  • Chief Inspector John Derek Askew MVO, Metropolitan Police — For services to Royalty Protection
  • Caroline Ann Cassels MVO – Matron, King Edward VII's Hospital, Sister Agnes
  • Robin Simon Conibear – Development manager, Poundbury, Duchy of Cornwall.
  • Diane Angela Duke DL – Private secretary and Comptroller to Princess Alexandra, the Honourable Lady Ogilvy
  • Annabelle Mary Galletley MVO – Assistant private secretary to The Earl and Countess of Wessex, and Lady in Waiting to The Countess of Wessex
  • Inspector Iain MacRae MVO, Metropolitan Police — For services to Royalty Protection
  • Peter Stephen Neumark — Formerly Deputy chairman, Outward Bound Trust
  • David Charles Wheeler MVO – Senior Furniture Conservator, Royal Collection Trust
  • Captain Richard Martin Woodman — Formerly Corporate Board, Trinity House
Honorary Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order[edit]
  • Wendy Yvonne Nomathemba Luhabe — Formerly Trustee, The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award Foundation

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

  • David Barber – The Queen's Swan Marker
  • Sandra Bull – Correspondence Officer, Royal Household
  • Mark Edward Fisher – Head of Ticketing and Sales, Royal Collection Trust
  • Victoria Lucy Harris – Director, Business in the Community and The Prince's Rural Action Programme
  • Heather Corinne Hatherly – Administrative assistant, Palace of Holyroodhouse
  • Amanda Jane Holdforth RVM – Housekeeper, Royal Lodge
  • Gemma Catherine Teresa Kaza – Inventory Controller, Household of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall
  • Kevin David Lomas RVM – House manager, Highgrove House
  • Garry Keith Marsden – Visitor manager, Balmoral Castle
  • Inspector Ian William Reid — For services to Royalty Protection in Scotland
  • Debra Louise Searle MBE — Formerly Trustee, The Duke of Edinburgh's Award
  • William David Hamilton Sellar – Lord Lyon King of Arms and secretary of the Order of the Thistle
  • Inspector Andrew Neil Stapleton, Metropolitan Police — For services to Royalty Protection
  • Alexander Milne Taylor RVM — Formerly Foreman, Balmoral Estate
  • Paul James Webb — For property services to the Royal Household
  • David Weigh RVM – Chief Cabinet Maker, Royal Household
  • Joanne Elizabeth Wilson – Senior Anniversaries Officer, Royal Household
  • Martin David Woods RVM – Head Gardener, Sandringham Estate.

Royal Victorian Medal[edit]

  • Elinor Mary Allan – General assistant, Housekeeping, Palace of Holyroodhouse
  • James Anthony Butler – Stationery and Reprographics Officer, Royal Household
  • Divisional Sergeant Major Graham James Dear MBE – The Queen's Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard
  • Ian Robert Garnett – Gardens Team Supervisor, Crown Estate, Windsor
  • Robert James McGee – Carpenter, Crown Estate, Windsor
  • Stephen Joseph Towers – Chauffeur to The Duke of Kent
  • Shona Kay Williams – Assistant Dresser to The Duchess of Cornwall
  • Robert Large – Yeoman of the Royal Cellars, Royal Household

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire[edit]

Insignia of a Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire

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

Civil Division
  • Timothy Charles Clark — For services to British prosperity and to the Aviation Industry.
  • Kathryn August — For services to Education.
  • Professor Susan Mary Bailey OBE — For services to Psychiatry and for voluntary service to People with Mental Health Conditions.
  • Dr Mary Colette Bowe — For services to Media and Communications.
  • Rosemary Janet Mair Butler — For political and public services particularly to Women.
  • Alison Jane Carnwath — For services to Business.
  • Professor Celia Mary Hoyles OBE — For services to Education.
  • Penelope Keith CBE DL — For services to the Arts and to Charity.
  • Asha Khemka OBE — For services to Further Education.
  • Professor Frances Clare Kirwan FRS — For services to Mathematics.
  • Gillian Barbara Lynne CBE — For services to Dance and Musical Theatre.
  • Alison Margaret Peacock — For services to Education.
  • Professor Shirley Anne Pearce CBE — For services to Higher Education.
  • Seona Elizabeth Reid CBE — For services to the Creative Industries.
  • Professor Pamela Jean Shaw — For services to Neuroscience, particularly through the Sheffield Institute for Translational Neuroscience.
  • Professor Julia Mary Slingo OBE — For services to Weather and Climate Science.
  • Rachel Mary De Souza — For services to Education.
  • Angela Brigid Lansbury Shaw CBE — For services to drama and to charitable work and philanthropy.

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

Neck badge of a Commander of the Military Division of the Order of the British Empire
Military Division
Civil Division
  • Philippa Lucy Foster Back OBE — For services to Antarctic heritage.
  • Professor Ash Amin FBA — For services to Social Science
  • Nigel Charles Annett — For services to the Water Industry in Wales and voluntary service to Wateraid
  • John Dorrington Apthorp OBE — For charitable services particularly in Hertfordshire
  • Jane Rachel Ashcroft — For services to Older People
  • Professor Helen Valerie Atkinson — For services to Engineering and Education
  • Claire Elizabeth Axten — For services to Education
  • Julie Dawn Bailey — For services to the Care of Older People
  • Jayne Banner — For services to Public Reform Efficiencies
  • Dr Janet Barnes — For services to Museums in Yorkshire
  • Professor Stuart Bartholomew — For services to Higher Education
  • David Alan Bernstein — For services to Football
  • Dr Astrid Elizabeth Bonfield — For services to the charitable sector in the UK and Abroad
  • Susan Bott — For services to People with Disabilities and their Families
  • Pamela Bowen — For services to Law and Order, particularly for Human Trafficking Criminal Prosecution Policy
  • Michael Bracken — For services to Digital Public Services and voluntary service in the London Borough of Hackney
  • Karren Brady — For services to Entrepreneurship and Women in Business
  • The Right Honourable The Viscountess Bridgeman FRSA — For services to Art
  • Michael John Mary Brophy — For services to the voluntary sector in the UK
  • Robert Edward Brown — For political service
  • Mandie Jane Campbell — For public service
  • Professor Doreen Cantrell FRS FRSE — For services to Life Sciences
  • Councillor Paul Benedict Crossland Carter — For services to Local Government
  • Rita Ann Clifton — For services to the Advertising Industry
  • Philip Collins — For services to the Competition and Consumer Protection Regime
  • Dominic Cooke — For services to Drama
  • John Michael Harold Copley — For services to Opera
  • Donna Mary Covey — For services to Equalities and Human Rights
  • Katherine Lucy Garrett-Cox — For services to the Asset Management Industry and charitable service through the Baring Foundation
  • Michael Patrick Crawford OBE — For charitable and philanthropic services, particularly to Children's Charities
  • Professor Anthony Derek Howell Crook — For services to Housing and Charitable Governance
  • Professor Marian Ellina Dawkins — For services to Animal Welfare
  • Barry John Dodd OBE — For services to the Yorkshire Economy and voluntary service to the community
  • Richard Dorment — For services to the Arts
  • Dr Jane Elizabeth Doughty — For services to Education.
  • Matthew Dunkley — For services to Children, Young People and Families
  • David Warren Arthur East — For services to the Technology Industry
  • Haydn Evans — For services to Education
  • Richard Eyre — For services to Advertising and the Media
  • Margaret Farrar — For services to Education
  • Anthony Owen Benedict Finn — For services to Education
  • Benjamin Arthur Foot MBE — For services to Disadvantaged and Vulnerable Children Worldwide
  • Professor Alastair David Shaw Fowler FBA — For services to Literature and Education
  • Jayne Anne Gadhia — For services to Banking and voluntary service to the community.
  • Professor Olivier James Garden — For services to Surgery
  • Professor Catherine Anne Gerrish — For services to Nursing
  • Professor Carole Anne Goble — For services to Science
  • Professor Van Jonathan Gore — For services to Higher Education
  • Iain Gilmour Gray — For services to Science, Technology and Innovation
  • Keith Griffiths — For services to Local Government in Wales
  • Lynda Caroline Hamlyn — For services to Healthcare
  • Gillian Hammond — For services to Civil Service Management and Reform
  • Peter Kendal Hargreaves — For services to Business Innovation, Financial Services and to the City of Bristol.
  • James Trevor Haslett — For services to the Water Industry in Northern Ireland and voluntary service to the community
  • John Raymond Hirst — For services to Meteorology
  • Cressida Mary (Mrs Legge) Hogg. — For services to Infrastructure Investment and Policy
  • David Charles Holmes — For services to Children and Families
  • Stephen Hough — For services to Music
  • Beverly Hurley — For services to Enterpris
  • Dr Kenneth Robin Jackson — For services to Scholarship
  • Adrianne Shirley Jones MBE — For services to Tennis
  • Peter Bennett-Jones — For services to the Entertainment Industry and to charity, particularly through Comic Relief
  • Professor John Anderson Kay FRSE FBA — For services to Economics
  • Professor Douglas Bruce Kell — For services to Science and Research
  • Rosemary Ann Kempsell — For services to Family Life in the UK and Abroad
  • Dr Paula Marie Vasco-Knight — For services to the NHS
  • Rear Admiral Richard John Lippiett — For services to British Heritage
  • Professor Peter Wilson MacFarlane FRS FRSE — For services to Healthcare
  • Christopher John Mairs — For services to Engineering
  • Professor Harvey McGregor QC — For services to the Law and Education
  • Jeffrey Thomas Robert Mitchell — For services to Defence
  • Lucy Scott-Moncrieff — For services to Legal Aid
  • Professor Patrick John Morrison — For services to Healthcare in Northern Ireland
  • Professor David Bradley Morton — For services to the UK and International Veterinary Profession especially Animal Welfare and Ethics
  • Kristina Murrin — For services to the Prime Minister's Office
  • Professor David Edgar Neal — For services to Surgery
  • Deborah Clare (Mrs Walker-Arnott) Ounsted — For services to the Charitable Sector in the UK
  • Professor Richard Parish — For services to Public Health
  • Roger George Parry — For services to Media and the Arts particularly the Globe Theatre, London
  • Charles Nicholas Parsons OBE — For charitable services, particularly to Children's Charities
  • Mary Elizabeth Pattison — For services to State Pension Reform
  • Trevor William Pearce QPM — For services to Law Enforcement
  • Emma Samantha Pidding — For voluntary political service.
  • Carlos Yunior Acosta Quesada — For services to Ballet
  • Dr Keith William Ridge — For services to the Pharmacy Profession and to Patients
  • Professor Stephen Basil Cuthbert Scott — For services to Families
  • Paul David Skinner — For services to Business and Infrastructure
  • Dr James Michael Smith — For services to Holocaust Education and Genocide Prevention
  • John Edward Kitson Smith — For services to Higher Education
  • Louise Hazel Patricia Smith — For services to Education
  • Clive Kenneth Stephens — For services to Tax Compliance for Large Businesses
  • Roy Alexander Stone — For parliamentary and public service
  • Edward Sweeney — For services to Employment Relations
  • Stefan Paul Allesch-Taylor — For philanthropic and charitable services in the UK and Africa
  • William George Turkington — For services to International Development and Humanitarian Assistance in Pakistan
  • Robert Andrew Voss — For services to British Industry and for voluntary service in the UK
  • David Gogo Waboso — For services to Transport in London
  • David White — For services to the Department for Work and Pensions
  • Elaine White — For services to Education and voluntary service to People with Disabilities
  • Katharine Elizabeth Whitehorn — For services to Journalism
  • Jonathan Staines Whitfield — For services to Government Audit
  • Anne Ursula Willcocks — For services to the Development of Market Frameworks and Leadership of Major Parliamentary Bills
  • Professor John Gordon Williams — For services to Medicine
  • Nicholas Paul Winser — For services to the UK Energy Industry
  • Professor Lesley Jane Yellowlees MBE FRSE — For services to Chemistry.

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

Military Division
Civil Division
  • Mrs Elaine Cynthia Acaster. Formerly vice-Principal for Strategy and Governance, Royal Veterinary College University of London. For services to Higher Education.
  • Mahmood Ahmed. Chair, Birmingham City Labour Party. For voluntary political service.
  • Mrs Susan Jane Alford. Headteacher, Dunkirk Primary School, Dunkirk, Nottingham. For services to Education.
  • Nicholas Allott. For services to Theatre and Charity.
  • Craig Anderson. Chief executive, Furniture Re-Use Network. For services to the Voluntary Sector in the UK.
  • Kenneth Albert Applebee. Member, Council of the Institute for Animal Technology. For services to Animal Technician Education and Animal Technology.
  • Zeev Aram. Furniture Designer. For services to Design and Architecture.
  • Mrs Sylvia Jean Auton. Formerly chief executive and chairman, IPC Media. For services to the Publishing Industry.
  • Mrs Gill Harjagbir Bal. Headteacher, Wembley High Technology College, London Borough of Brent. For services to Education.
  • Mrs Marilyn Janita Baldwin. Volunteer, Metropolitan Police Service and Founder, Think Jessica Campaign. For services to Families and Victims of Mass Marketing Fraud.
  • Professor Susan Ellen Bale. Assistant Nurse director, Research and Development, Aneurin Bevan Local Health Board. For services to Nursing and Nursing Research.
  • Andrew Alfred Banks. Managing director, Pentland Ferries. For services to Transport and the community in Orkney.
  • Ms Cynthia Margaret Barlow. Chair, RoadPeace UK. For services to Road Safety.
  • Dr Jane Margaret Barrett. President, Royal College of Radiologists. For services to Radiology.
  • Ms Tara Bartley. National Nursing Representative, Society for Cardiothoracic Surgery. For services to Nursing.
  • Andrew John Basford. Principal Officer, manager Engineering Development, Serious and Organised Crime Agency. For services to Law Enforcement.
  • Shahed Ahmed Battiwala. Headteacher, Elmhurst Primary School, Newham. For services to Education.
  • Andrew Baxendine. Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.
  • Mrs Janet Adelaide Baxter. For voluntary service Overseas and in the North of Scotland.
  • Robert Truman Baxter. For voluntary service Overseas and in the North of Scotland.
  • David Colin Bedford. For services to Athletics and charitable fundraising.
  • Mrs Pamela Elaine Bell. Philanthropist. For charitable services in the UK and Jersey.
  • Miss Lynda Bellingham. For voluntary service to Charitable Giving in the UK.
  • John Michael Biggin. Director, HM Prison and Young Offenders Institute, Doncaster. For services to Offender Management and Rehabilitation.
  • Mrs Margaret Boden. Chief executive, Christian Aid Ireland. For services to International Development.
  • Michael John Bonehill. For charitable services, particularly to the National Youth Theatre.
  • Professor Nigel Leslie Brown, FRSE. President, Society for General Microbiology and Emeritus Professor of Molecular Microbiology, University of Edinburgh. For services to Science.
  • Richard John Buckley. Co-director, University of Leicester Archaeological Service. For services to Archaeology.
  • Mrs Ann Cadman. Director, The Source Skills Academy. For services to the community in South Yorkshire.
  • Professor Paul Stephen Cannon. Formerly director, Poynting Institute, Qinetiq and University of Birmingham. For services to Engineering.
  • Professor Linda Dolores Cardozo. Consultant Gynaecologist, King's College Hospital, London. For services to Urogynaecology and Women's Health.
  • Ms Julia Frances Wasteneys Carrick. Global Ambassador, Walpole. For services to the British Luxury Goods Industry.
  • Ms Colette Carroll. Deputy director, Rail Group Development, Department for Transport. For services to the Rail Industry.
  • Frank Albert Carter. For services to Business, charity and to the community in Barnsley, South Yorkshire.
  • Ms Jennifer Cheyne. For services to Hairdressing and charity.
  • Dr Fiona Kennedy Clark, DL. For services to Music and for charitable services in Scotland.
  • Mrs Lindsey Jean Clark. Executive Principal, Park View School, The Academy of Mathematics and Science, Birmingham. For services to Education.
  • Robin Clark. Philanthropist. For charitable services through The Underwood Trust.
  • Professor Juliet Elizabeth Compston. Emeritus Professor of Bone Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Cambridge. For services to the Treatment of Osteoporosis.
  • Bernard Cook. Formerly chairman, The Royal British Legion Poppy Factory. For services to Ex-Servicemen and Women.
  • Ms Cornelia Ellen Cooling. Headteacher, Bousfield Primary School, London. For services to Education.
  • Christopher John Corbin. Restaurateur. For services to the Hospitality Industry and voluntary services through Leuka.
  • Christopher Charles Corbould. Special Effects Supervisor. For services to Film.
  • Mrs Catherine Mary Court. Co-founder, Netmums.com. For services to Families.
  • Mrs Kathrine Helen Cowell, DL. For services to the community in Cheshire and Greater Manchester.
  • Martin Stevens Coyd. For services to Rugby League.
  • Mark Vallance Crabtree. Managing director, AMS Neve. For services to Advanced Manufacturing and Creative Industries.
  • Professor David Cracknell. Director of Teaching and Learning, University of Chester Academies Trust, University of Chester, Cheshire. For services to Education.
  • Mrs Sarah Louise Creighton. Executive Principal of The Hill, Gooseacre and Littleworth Grange Primary Academies, South Yorkshire. For services to Education.
  • Mrs Shirley-Anne Crosbie. Headteacher, The Chiltern School, Caddington, Bedfordshire. For services to Children with Special Needs Education.
  • Richard Crossley. For services to Neighbourhoods and Social Housing Tenants.
  • Paul Geoffrey Crowther. Deputy chief Constable, British Transport Police. For services to Policing.
  • Mrs Alison Cunningham. Group manager for Debt Contact Centres, Debt Management, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Debt Management and to the community in North Yorkshire.
  • Mrs Sally Davies. Headteacher, Thriftwood Special School, Chelmsford. For services to Special Needs Education.
  • Geraint Talfan Davies, DL. For services to Culture, Broadcasting and to charity.
  • Mrs Caroline Mary Davis. Chief executive, Families for Children. For services to Children and Families in South West England.
  • Mrs Ruth Carolyn Dearnley. Chief executive Officer, Stop The Traffik. For services to Awareness and Prevention of Human Trafficking.
  • Mrs Lucy Margaret Dennett. For services to Volunteering in the UK.
  • John Victor Doggart. Founder, SEA, and Co-Founder, ECD. For services to Sustainable Energy Technologies and Energy Efficiency.
  • Mrs Helene Donnelly. Nurse Practitioner and Ambassador, Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Partnership Trust. For services to the NHS.
  • Mrs Judith Holder Donnelly. Headteacher, Pennywell Early Years Centre, Sunderland. For services to Children.
  • Christopher Thomas Dovey. National chairman, Royal Naval Association. For voluntary service to Naval Personnel and the community in Worcestershire.
  • Bryan Drew, QPM. Formerly director, UK Football Policing Unit, Home Office. For services to Policing in Sport.
  • Edwin Alexander Dunlop. For services to the community in North Down, Northern Ireland.
  • Mrs Sarah Beatrice Dunning. Chief executive, Tebay Services. For services to the Food, Drink and Hospitality Sectors.
  • David Elworthy. Superintendent, Thames Valley Police. For services to Protective Security.
  • Mrs Cynthia Eubanks.
  • Miss Sarah Hauldys Evans. Formerly Headteacher, King Edward VI High School for Girls, Birmingham and Chair, Independent Schools' Teacher Induction Panel. For services to Education.
  • Paul Michael Fallon. Independent Chair, Croydon Safeguarding Children Board and Trustee, Crime Reduction Initiatives. For services to Child Protection.
  • John Arthur Fassenfelt, JP. Formerly chairman, Magistrates' Association. For services to the Administration of Justice and the community.
  • Nicholas Robert Febbrarro. Grade 7, Ministry of Defence. For services to the Royal Navy.
  • Dr Margaret Du Feu. For services to Deaf People in Northern Ireland.
  • Stephen Christopher Firn. Chief executive, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Healthcare particularly Mental Health.
  • Jonathan Neil Fitzmaurice. Director, Self Help Housing. For services to Housing.
  • Dr Amelia Fletcher. Formerly chief Economist, Office of Fair Trading. For services to Competition and Consumer Economics.
  • Dr Nicholas Christopher Fox. Director, International Wildlife Consultants UK. For services to Falconry and the Conservation of Raptors.
  • Mrs Siobhan Freegard. Co-founder, Netmums.com. For services to Families.
  • Paul Dominic Giannasi. Lead, Cross-Government Hate Crime Programme. For services to Policing, Equality and Human Rights.
  • Mrs Alison Mary Gilchrist, DL. For services to Business and to the community in Renfrewshire.
  • Carl Vincent Gilleard. Formerly chief executive, Association of Graduate Recruiters. For services to Higher Education and Graduate Employability.
  • Mrs Christine Goldstraw, JP. Chair, Nottinghamshire Probation Trust. For services to Probation and Criminal Justice.
  • Mrs Susan Mary Good. For services to Fairtrade and Education.
  • Roland John Gooding. Headteacher, Valence School, Westerham, Kent. For services to Education.
  • Lenox Valentine Green. For services to the community through the Rainbow Christian Centre in Hulme, Greater Manchester.
  • Paul Anthony Griffiths. For services to Music Literature and Composition.
  • Imam Asim Hafiz. Religious Adviser and Imam, HM Armed Forces. For services to Defence, especially in support of Afghan Operations.
  • William James Halliday. Chief executive, Mindwise. For services to People with Disabilities and Mental Health Conditions in Northern Ireland.
  • Dr Rose Mary Harley. For services to International Aid and charity.
  • Iain Christopher Harrison. Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.
  • Jonathan Nigel Vigurs Harvey. Co-Founder, Acme Studios. For services to the Arts.
  • Richard John Harwood, QC. For services to Planning and Environment Law Decision-making.
  • Ms Erica Jane Hewison. Founding Partner, Bolton and Quinn. For services to the Arts.
  • Mrs Lynette Joy Hirst. Head of Enforcement and Specialist Offices, Debt Management and Banking, Birmingham, H.M Revenue and Customs. For service to Taxpayers.
  • Lady Patricia Marina Hobson, MBE. For services to Ballet and Philanthropy.
  • Mrs Carol Kristina Holden. Chief executive, Northwest Automotive Alliance. For services to the Automotive Industry in the North West.
  • Anthony Horowitz. Author and Screenwriter. For services to Literature.
  • Mrs Andrea Lee Hough. Managing director, AT Engine Control. For services to Manufacturing.
  • Mrs Eithne Theresa Hughes. Headteacher, Bryn Elian High School, Conwy. For services to Secondary Education in Wales.
  • Ms Janet Elizabeth Hull. Director of Marketing and Executive director, Creative Pioneers' Challenge, Institute of Practitioners in Advertising. For services to the Creative Industries.
  • Ms Gillian Leah Humphreys. Founder and Artistic director, The Concordia Foundation. For services to Music.
  • Mrs Jane Elizabeth Humphreys. Head of Spectrum Policy, Department for Culture, Media and Sport. For services to UK Mobile Communications.
  • Miss Jane Elizabeth Hunt. Member, Disabled Customers consultant Group, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Taxpayers with Disabilities.
  • David Huse. For services to the Voluntary and Community Sector in the UK.
  • Mrs Sofina Aktar Motin Islam. Headteacher, Stanton Bridge Primary School, Coventry. For services to Education.
  • Stephen Andrew Jack. Chairman, Independent Living Fund. For services to Disabled People.
  • Allan Oliver Jagger. For services to Training and Education of Young People through Kirdale Industrial Training Services and to charity in West Yorkshire.
  • Miss Katherine Jenkins. Singer. For services to Music and for charitable services.
  • Ms Aideen Jones. Formerly chief executive, Southdown Housing Association. For services to People with Intellectual Disabilities.
  • James Edward Jones. Head, Firearms and Explosives Licensing Unit, Greater Manchester Police. For services to Policing.
  • Lyndon Ivor Jones, MBE. Chair, The Noah's Ark Appeal. For voluntary services to the Children's Hospital in Wales.
  • Peter Emerson Jones. Chairman, Emerson Group. For services to Business in the North West.
  • Mrs Ruth Jones. Researcher and consultant, Department of Applied Social Sciences, University of Worcester. For services to Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence.
  • Miss Lindsay Allason-Jones. Archaeologist. For services to Archaeology.
  • Graham Michael Jukes. Chief executive, Chartered Institute of Environmental Health. For services to Environmental Health in the UK and Abroad.
  • Ms Joyce Enid Keller. Councillor, Manchester City Council. For political service to the community in Manchester.
  • Owen Dennis Kelly. Chief executive, Scottish Financial Enterprise. For Financial and Charitable service in Scotland.
  • Mrs Maire Fionnuala Kerr. Head, Higher Education Division, Department for Employment and Learning, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to Social and Economic Development in Northern Ireland.
  • Jeremy King. Restaurateur. For services to the Hospitality Industry and voluntary service to the Arts.
  • Martin Peter Knops. Formerly Counsellor, Oxfam. For services to Oxfam.
  • Professor James Rex Knowlson. Emeritus Professor of French, University of Reading. For services to Literary Scholarship.
  • Miss Priya Lakhani. Entrepreneur. For services to Business, community and Voluntary Initiatives.
  • Nicholas Lewis. Formerly Regional director, United States of America, Serious Organised Crime Agency. For services to International Law and Order.
  • Simon David Lewis. For public service and services to International Education through the Fulbright Commission.
  • Ms Bridget Lindley. Deputy chief executive and Principal Legal Adviser, Family Rights Group. For services to Families.
  • Geoffrey Peter Little. Deputy chief executive, Manchester City Council. For services to Local Government.
  • Professor Sonia Livingstone. Professor, Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics. For services to Children and Child Internet Safety.
  • Edward John Lloyd. Chairman, Edward Lloyd Trust. For services to Young People with Intellectual Disabilities.
  • Dr Ernest Fergus Logan. Managing director, Giltspur Scientific Ltd. For services to Agriculture in Northern Ireland.
  • John David Longden. Founder, Pub is The Hub. For voluntary services to Rural Communities in the UK.
  • Steven Leslie Lowthian. Head of Operations, Washington, Tyne and Wear, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Child Benefit Reform and voluntary service to Children's Football in Durham.
  • Councillor Evelyn Ann Lucas. Member, Local Government Association's Safer and Stronger Communities Board. For services to Local Government.
  • Lady Claire MacDonald. For services to the Hospitality Industry and to charity in Scotland particularly through Marie Curie Cancer Care.
  • Mrs Mary MacIntyre. Director, Strategic Planning, Department of Environment, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to Planning and voluntary service to Strabane District Caring.
  • Ms Amanda Felicity Mackenzie. Chief Marketing and Communications Officer
  • Ms Shona Beattie Malcolm. Disability Athletics Development Officer. For services to Athletics.
  • Muhammad Khawar Amin Mann. Founding Member and Chair, Mosaic. For voluntary and charitable service.
  • Mrs Sandra Manning. Business Unit head, Local Compliance, London, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Tax Compliance and voluntary service to the community.
  • Charles Lewis Matthews. Formerly chairman, Axeon and Non-Executive chairman and Founder, Sigma Quality Consultancy. For services to Technology and Innovation.
  • Mrs Pauline Christina McCabe. Formerly Prisoner Ombudsman for Northern Ireland. For services to Prisoners' Welfare.
  • Professor Mary Kathrine McColgan. Professor of Social Work, University of Ulster. For services to the Social Care Sector in Northern Ireland.
  • Dr Joseph Oswald McHugh. Head, Radioactive Substances Regulation, Environment Agency. For services to Radioactive Substances Regulation and voluntary service to the community.
  • Nigel McIlwaine. For voluntary service to the Reserve Forces and Cadets Association and the community in Northern Ireland.
  • Robert John McLean. Board Member, Dungannon Development Association. For service to the Economy and Regeneration of Dungannon and Donaghmore, Northern Ireland.
  • Ian Egginton-Metters. Assistant chief executive, Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens. For services to the City Farms Movement.
  • Geoffrey Miller. National Selector, England Cricket Team. For services to Cricket.
  • Mrs Sara Mogel. Formerly Principal, West Cheshire College. For services to Vocational Education.
  • William Howard Clive Montgomery. For services to the community in Northern Ireland.
  • Mrs Catherine Lorna Moran, MBE. Chief executive, Northern Recruitment Group. For services to Enterprise Promotion.
  • Douglas Downie Morrison. Formerly Port director. Associated British Ports. For services to the Ports Industry.
  • Trevor Simon Robert Mort. Chairman, Conservative Party Disciplinary Committee. For voluntary political service.
  • Dr Hamid Ghafoor Mughal. Director, Global Manufacturing, Rolls-Royce plc. For services to Technology, Innovation and Manufacturing.
  • Mrs Rafaat Mughal. Founder and director, JAN Trust. For services to Disadvantaged Women and the community in Haringey.
  • Franklyn Keith Musto. Founder, Musto Clothing. For services to the Economy.
  • Gordon Macpherson Nicolson. Leader, Eden District Council. For services to Local Government.
  • Ms Pamela Margaret Niven. Implementation manager, Organ Donation Task Force, NHS Lothian. For services to Healthcare and Organ Donation in Scotland.
  • Maj David Allister John Noble, DL. Board chairman, Poppyscotland. For voluntary service to Ex-Servicemen and Women in Scotland.
  • Ms Susan Anne O'Brien. chief executive Officer, Norman Broadbent. For services to Gender Equality in the Workplace and voluntary service to the community.
  • Charles Keith Oliver. Chair, Cricket Scotland. For services to Cricket.
  • Dennis Overton. Chairman, Aquascot. For services to the Economy in Alness and Rwanda.
  • Peter Lothar Owen. Founder, Peter Owen Publishers. For services to Literature.
  • David Renault Panton. Co-Founder, Acme Studios. For services to the Arts.
  • Michael John Parker. For services to Public Transport and voluntary services in the North East of England.
  • Professor Jennifer Joy Pearce. Professor of Young People and Public Policy, University of Bedfordshire. For services to Vulnerable Children and Young People.
  • Mrs Candice Patricia Pellett. District Nurse, Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust. For services to Nursing.
  • Ms Maxine Penlington. Formerly chief Operating Officer, Birmingham City University. For services to Higher Education.
  • Ms Phoebe Philo. Creative director, Celine. For services to Fashion.
  • Hugo Rudolph Pike. For charitable services in the UK and Abroad through the Rotary Club and Worldwaterworks Ltd.
  • Ms Elzbieta Wanda Piotrowska. Principal, Morley College, London. For services to Further and Adult Education.
  • Mrs Penny Power. Founder, Ecademy. For services to Entrepreneurship in Social and Digital Development.
  • Terence Joseph Prendergast. Formerly chief executive, Marriage Care. For services to Families.
  • Dr Graeme Alexander Stewart Purves. Formerly assistant chief Planner, Scottish Government. For services to the Planning Profession.
  • Ms Jane Elizabeth Quinn. Founding Partner, Bolton and Quinn. For services to the Arts.
  • Professor Abhay Rane. Consultant Urological Surgeon, East Surrey Hospital, Redhill, Surrey. For services to Laparoscopy Surgery.
  • Philip George Rescorla. Formerly Team Leader, Working Age Benefits, Strategy, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Social Security Policy and to the community in London.
  • Miss Cathrine Margaret Richardson. Formerly Principal, Lakes College, West Cumbria. For services to Further Education.
  • Neil Allan Richardson, QPM. Deputy chief Constable, Police Scotland. For services to Policing in Scotland.
  • Terrence Anthony Riley. Chief executive, British Sign Language Broadcasting Trust and Chair, British Deaf Association. For services to Broadcasting and Deaf People.
  • Professor Mary Alice Ritter. Chief executive Officer, Climate-KIC. For services to Scientific Research and Innovation.
  • Dr Anne Elizabeth Kerslake Roberts. Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer in Occupational Therapy, University of Plymouth. For services to Occupational Therapy.
  • Ms Ceridwen Mary Roberts. Senior Research Fellow, Department of Social Policy and Intervention, University of Oxford. For services to Social Science.
  • Robert Bruce Beecroft Ropner. Vice-president, British Bobsleigh. For services to Bobsleigh, particularly Youth Training.
  • Richard Alan Rose. Formerly A2L, Private Sector Development and National Infrastructure Team, Department for International Development. For services to Infrastructure in Afghanistan.
  • Professor Elizabeth Mary Rouse. Formerly head, London College of Communication and Deputy Rector, University of the Arts, London. For services to Higher Education.
  • Mrs Doreen Rowland. Occupational Therapist, Ministry of Defence. For services to Armed Forces Personnel.
  • Ms Kathryn Margaret Rudd. Principal, National Star Specialist College. For services to Further Education for Young Adults with Complex Disabilities and Severe Learning Difficulties.
  • Mrs Sarah Carolyn Russell. Co-founder, Netmums.com. For services to Families.
  • Syon Ivan Sadka. Chair, Derek Williams Trust. For services to the National Museum of Wales and to the Arts in Wales.
  • Paul Victor Savage. For services to Maritime and Coastal Safety.
  • Mrs Susan Elizabeth Sharpe. Chief executive, Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee. For services to the Pharmaceutical Industry.
  • David Lewis Shaw. Head, Regent Street, Portfolio, the Crown Estate. For services to the Retail Industry and voluntary service particularly through the Orpheus Foundation.
  • Mrs Ruth Mary Shaw. Honorary Alderman, London Borough of Sutton Council. For political service.
  • Mrs Janet Sheard. Formerly Executive director of Nursing and Allied Health Professionals, Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust. For services to Healthcare.
  • Mrs Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh. For services to Business and to the Asian community in Scotland.
  • Mrs Brenda Mary Sheils. Principal, Solihull College. For services to Further Education.
  • Ms Joanna Shields. Chief executive, Tech City UK. For services to the Digital Industries and voluntary service to Young People.
  • Mrs Pauline Shields. Chief Superintendent, Police Service of Northern Ireland. For services to Policing and the community in Northern Ireland.
  • Andrew William Simons. Grade 7, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence Information Capability.
  • Ms Christina Anne Smith. For philanthropic services to Conservation and the Arts.
  • Mrs Susan Janet Smith. For services to the Townswomen's Guild.
  • Michael Acton Smith. Chief executive and Founder, Mind Candy. For services to the Creative Industries.
  • Mrs Sally Hayes-Smith. Founder and Executive director, Action for Kids Charitable Trust. For Services to Children and Young People.
  • Ashok Soni. Pharmacist, Croydon and Founding Member, NHS Future Forum, Surrey. For services to Community Pharmacy and the NHS.
  • Professor Peter Henri Sonksen. For services to Anti-Doping in Sports.
  • David Mark Spofforth. President, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. For services to the Accountancy Profession.
  • Lady Joanna Susan Elizabeth Staughton, DL, JP. For services to Education, Health, Law and charity in Hertfordshire.
  • Anthony William Stewart. Grade 6, Specialist Investigations Technical Team, Solihull, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Tackling Tax Non-Compliance.
  • Mrs Lorraine Roslyn Stobie. Formerly head, Southcraig Campus, South Ayrshire. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs.
  • Gerald Arthur Sturtridge. For voluntary services to the community in Devon.
  • David Charles Chester Sulkin. For services to the Arts, Education and Charity.
  • Paul Stanley Swaddle. For voluntary political service.
  • Professor Elizabeth Matilda Tansey. Professor, History of Modern Medicine, Queen Mary University of London. For services to Research in the Medical Sciences and to the Public Understanding of Science.
  • Dr Jenifer Fay Alys Tennison. Technical director, Open Data Institute. For services to Technology and Open Data.
  • Councillor Alan Huw Leader Thomas. Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council. For services to Local Government in Wales.
  • Ms Susan Jane Tibballs. Formerly chief executive, the Women's Sport and Fitness Foundation. For services to Sport.
  • Professor Wendy Belinda Tindale. Scientific director, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals and Clinical director, NIHR Devices for Dignity Healthcare Technology Cooperative. For services to Healthcare.
  • Michael Tobin. Chief executive Officer, TelecityGroup. For services to the Digital Economy.
  • Dr Daniel Todd. Formerly head, Avian Virology, Veterinary Science Division, Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute. For services to Biological Sciences and Veterinary Work.
  • Ms Sandra Birgitte Toksvig. Comedienne, Presenter and Author. For services to Broadcasting.
  • Ms Loretta Tomasi. Chief executive, English National Opera. For services to Opera.
  • Ms Anissa Toscano. Consultant, Department for International Development. For Humanitarian services particularly in Syria.
  • Christopher Train. Chair. Energy Emergencies Executive Committee. For services to the Gas and Electricity Industry.
  • Mrs Holly Turner. Grade 7, Academies Performance and Brokerage North Division, Department for Education. For services to Education and voluntary service to the Girl Guides in Darlington.
  • Mrs Pamela Mary Waldron. Formerly head of Operations, Health and Safety Executive Field Operations, Yorkshire and North East. For services to Health and Safety in the Workplace.
  • Mrs Elaine Harrington Warburton. Chief executive Officer, QuantuMDx Group Ltd. For services to Innovation in Healthcare.
  • Paul Welch. Head. Records, Information Governance and Departmental Records Officer, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. For services to Records and Information.
  • Paul Barry Fletcher Whitaker. For services to the Textile Industry and to the community in Bradford, West Yorkshire.
  • Ms Vanessa Victoria Whitburn. Formerly Editor, The Archers. For services to Radio Drama.
  • Dr Catherine White. Clinical director, St. Mary's Sexual Assault Referral Centre, Manchester. For services to Vulnerable People.
  • Miss Lindsey Janet Whiterod. Principal and chief executive, South Tyneside College. For services to Further Education.
  • Professor Gregory Peter Whyte. For services to Sport, Sport Science and to charity.
  • Professor Moira Katherine Brigid Whyte. Professor of Respiratory Medicine, University of Sheffield. For services to Respiratory Medicine.
  • Benjamin Wicks. Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.
  • Richard Edward John Wightman, JP. Chair of Corporation, Bradford College. For services to Further Education and voluntary services to the community in Bradford.
  • Ms Alison Marjorie Wild. Formerly Chair, Association of Heads of University Administration and Deputy chief executive, Liverpool John Moores University. For services to Higher Education.
  • Gareth Wyn Williams. Principal, West Kirby Residential School. For services to Special Needs Education.
  • Brian James Wilson. Head of Security, Scottish Parliament. For public service to the Scottish Parliament and voluntary services in Fife.
  • Nigel Martin Woof. Chief executive Officer, Map Action. For Humanitarian services.
  • Clive Richard Wray. Director of Public Sector Contracts, Business West Ltd. For services to Small Businesses and International Trade.
  • Mrs Linda Mary Catherine Wyon. Founder and Honorary president, Bath Child Contact Centre. For services to Children and Families.
  • Ms Rachel Aba Yankey, MBE. Professional Footballer. For service to Football, particularly the Women's and Youth Games.
  • Mrs Fiona Young. Chief executive, Disability Snowsport UK. For services to Disability Sport.

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

Military Division

Royal Navy

  • Commander Eleanor Louise Ablett
  • Colour Sergeant Martin Ash, Royal Marines
  • Warrant Officer 1 Logistics (Supply Chain) Anne Baxter
  • Warrant Officer 2 (Air Engineering Technician) (Avionics) Barry Innes Firth
  • Petty Officer Physical Training Instructor Suzanne Gibson
  • Warrant Officer 2 Engineering Technician (Marine Engineering) Paul Hutchinson
  • Warrant Officer 2 John Kemp, Royal Marines
  • Lieutenant Commander Thomas Michael Knott
  • Chief Petty Officer Logistics (Writer) Peter Martin McCarrick
  • Warrant Officer 2 Stephen Morris, Royal Marines
  • Lieutenant Hugo George Sedgwick, Royal Navy

British Army

  • Major Malcolm Peter Birkett, The Yorkshire Regiment
  • Sergeant Michael Clark, Adjutant General's Corps (Staff and Personnel Support Branch)
  • Major David Andrew Cooper, Royal Army Medical Corps Army Reserve
  • Lieutenant Colonel Mark Derek Costen, The Parachute Regiment
  • Major Paul Edward Davis, The Royal Logistic Corps
  • Major Paul Anthony Eaton, The Royal Logistic Corps
  • Warrant Officer Class 2 Brian Anthony Eshelby, Corps of Royal Engineers
  • Lieutenant Colonel Roger Charles Derwent Fawcus, Corps of Royal Engineers
  • Major Susan Mary Ford, Adjutant General's Corps (Educational and Training Services Branch)
  • Major Ronald Albert Goodwin, The Mercian Regiment
  • Warrant Officer Class 1 Duncan Hedges, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers Army Reserve
  • Warrant Officer Class 1 Thomas Heron Johnstone, Army Air Corps
  • Captain Gerald William Kearse, The Queen's Royal Hussars
  • Captain David Lambert, Army Air Corps
  • Captain Andrew Layzell, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment Army Reserve
  • Major Anthony William Maw, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
  • Major Paul McCarthy, The Royal Welsh
  • Warrant Officer Class 1 Craig Pirie, The Royal Regiment of Scotland
  • Major Jacqueline Patricia Ridgway Ridley–Jones, Adjutant General's Corps (Educational and Training Services Branch) Army Reserve
  • Warrant Officer Class 1 Christopher Seymour, Corps of Royal Engineers
  • Major Simon Geoffrey Smith, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
  • Major Paul Richard Smyth, The Rifles Army Reserve
  • Rifleman Michael James Swain, The Rifles
  • Major William Hamilton Terrett, TD, 1st (Northern Ireland) Battalion Army Cadet Force
  • Lieutenant Colonel Simon Christopher Thomsett, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment
  • Staff Sergeant Jonathan David Winfield, Intelligence Corps
  • Lieutenant Colonel Mark William Wood, Royal Regiment of Artillery
  • Lieutenant Colonel Colin Richard Woodley, The Royal Logistic Corps
  • Captain Steffan Michael Wright, Corps of Royal Engineers

Royal Air Force

  • Squadron Leader Alistair John Allsop
  • Wing Commander John Ian Chappell
  • Squadron Leader Paul Thomas Hamilton
  • Warrant Officer Brian Jeffrey
  • Squadron Leader Alasdair Ian Craig Kirk
  • Squadron Leader Joanna Madin
  • Warrant Officer Barry Anthony McEvoy
  • Squadron Leader Christopher Robert Melville
  • Squadron Leader Peter Mockeridge, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (Training)
  • Warrant Officer David Mark Palfreman
  • Flight Lieutenant Philip John Powell
  • Flight Lieutenant Walter Dewar Sutherland, Royal Auxiliary Air Force
  • Squadron Leader Angela Unsworth
Civil Division

British Empire Medal (BEM)[edit]

The British Empire Medal with Military division ribbon
Military Division
Civil Division
  • Danny Lawrence
  • Michael Beck, for voluntary fundraising for Salisbury District Hospital Stars Appeal
  • Stuart Russell, for voluntary service to the arts in Fife.

Queen's Police Medal (QPM)[edit]

Ribbon bar of the Queen's Police Medal for Merit, as awarded for Distinguished Service
England and Wales
  • John Ahmed Anwar, Constable, Derbyshire Constabulary.
  • Helen Elizabeth Ball, Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Metropolitan Police Service.
  • Simon Peter Cole, Chief Constable, Leicestershire Constabulary.
  • Maxine Julie De Brunner, Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Metropolitan Police Service.
  • Neil Evans, Chief Superintendent,West Midlands Police.
  • Neil Fowler, lately Detective Sergeant, Lancashire Constabulary.
  • Martyn Hillier, lately Constable, Gloucestershire Constabulary.
  • Philip Andrew Jordan, Chief Superintendent, Metropolitan Police Service.
  • Akra Mullah Khan, Chief Superintendent, Nottinghamshire Police.
  • Simon Parr, Chief Constable, Cambridgeshire Constabulary.
  • Peter Christian Rickards, Detective Constable, Greater Manchester Police.
  • Garry Scott Shewan, Assistant Chief Constable, Greater Manchester Police.
  • Deborah Simpson, Chief Constable, Dorset Police.
  • Eric Stephen Stuart, Sergeant, Metropolitan Police Service
  • John Michael Francis Sweeney, Detective Superintendent, Metropolitan Police Service.
  • David Thompson, Deputy Chief Constable, West Midlands Police.
  • Christopher Derek Weigh, Deputy Chief Constable, Lancashire Constabulary.
  • Michael Andrew Wise, Chief Superintendent, Metropolitan Police Service.
Scotland
  • Robert Hamilton, Chief Superintendent, Police Scotland.
  • Jeanette McDiarmid, Chief Superintendent, Police Scotland.
  • Peter Roderick Smith, Special Constable, Police Scotland.
Northern Ireland
  • Alan Kenneth Little, Temporary Detective Chief Inspector, Police Service of Northern Ireland.
  • Gary Stephen McClure, Detective Inspector, Police Service of Northern Ireland.
  • Jeffrey Carson McCready, lately Detective Inspector, Police Service of Northern Ireland.

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

Ribbon bar of the Queen's Fire Service Medal for Merit, as awarded for Distinguished Service
England and Wales
  • Peter Dartford, Chief Fire Officer, Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service.
  • John Hindmarch, Chief Fire Officer, Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service.
  • Lee Howell, Chief Fire Officer, Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service.
  • Christopher Kenny, Chief Fire Officer, Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service.
  • Simon Pilling, Chief Fire Officer, West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.
  • Frank Swann, Chief Fire Officer, Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Scotland
  • (Thomas) Kevin Blair, Retained Watch Manager, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.
  • David Farries, Watch Manager, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.

Queen's Ambulance Service Medal (QAM)[edit]

Ribbon bar of the Queen's Ambulance Service Medal for Merit, as awarded for Distinguished Service
England and Wales
  • Richard Michael Hook, Advanced Paramedic Practitioner – Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust.
  • Andrew Jenkins, Consultant Paramedic – Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust.
  • Anthony Christopher Marsh, Chief Executive Officer – West Midlands Ambulance Service Trust.
  • Jill Moseley, lately Associate Director of Clinical Quality – East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust.
Scotland
  • James Dickie, Head of Service (Forth Valley) – Scottish Ambulance Service.

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

Ribbon bar of the Queen's Volunteer Reserves Medal
Royal Navy
  • Lieutenant Duncan Reginald Hawkins – Royal Naval Reserve.
  • Warrant Officer Class 1 Paul Hurlow – Royal Naval Reserve.
Army
  • Warrant Officer Class 2 Paul Lydell Alwyn Brownlee – The Parachute Regiment, Army Reserve.
  • Colonel Alastair James Cooper TD – late Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers (Militia), Army Reserve.
  • Captain Patricia Ann Katherine Johnston – The Royal Logistic Corps, Army Reserve.
  • Sergeant (Acting Colour Sergeant) Anselmo Ochello – The Royal Gibraltar Regiment, Army Reserve.
  • Major Keith Steven Watkins TD – Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps, Army Reserve.
Air Force
  • Squadron Leader Stuart John Sayer Talton – Royal Auxiliary Air Force.

Diplomatic Service and Overseas List[edit]

Order of the British Empire[edit]

Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)[edit]
  • Carl Gary Salisbury. British Honorary Consul, Zanzibar, Tanzania. For services to British interests in Zanzibar.

Overseas Territories Police Medal[edit]

Ribbon bar of the Overseas Territories Police Medal for Merit, as awarded for Meritorious Service
  • Albert Buhagiar, Sergeant, Royal Gibraltar Police.
  • Richard Mifsud, Superintendent, Royal Gibraltar Police.
  • Sergio Parody, Divisional Fire Officer, Gibraltar City Fire Brigade.
  • Herbert Warwick, Constable, Royal Gibraltar Police.

Cook Islands[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of New Zealand, on advice of the Cook Islands Government.[4]

Order of the British Empire[edit]

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

  • William John Hosking — For services to the public and community.

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

  • Jon Tikivanotau Michael Jonassen — For services to Cook Islands culture and the Public Service.

British Empire Medal (BEM)[edit]

  • Manila Matenga — For services to the Public Service and community.
  • Vaine Noopuapii Teao — For services to the community.

Barbados[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of Barbados, on advice of the Barbadian Government.[5]

Order of the British Empire[edit]

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

  • The Honourable Maizie Irene Barker-Welch — For services to national, regional and international advocation for the rights of women.

Grenada[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of Grenada, on advice of the Grenadian Government.

Solomon Islands[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of the Solomon Islands, on advice of the Solomon Islands Government.[6]

Order of Saint Michael and Saint George[edit]

Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George (KCMG)[edit]

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

  • Alfred John Robert Scholz — For services to the scouting movement, the community and to economic development.

Order of the British Empire[edit]

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

  • Ted Nelson Kohia Aheria — For services to culture and to the community.
  • Robert Au Nama — For services to the Arts.
  • John Maxwell Harunari — For Public Service in the area of agriculture.
  • Joe Poraiwai — For Public Service.

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

  • Dick Daoleni — For services to politics both national and local, the private sector and the community.
  • Kenneth John Grossmith — For services to Architecture and to the community.
  • Mathew Edward Maefai — For Public Service.
  • Ishmael Idu Misalo — For services to the Church and to the community.

British Empire Medal (BEM)[edit]

  • Heather Pana — For services to the Health sector.

Tuvalu[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of Tuvalu, on advice of the Tuvalu Government.[7]

Order of the British Empire[edit]

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

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

  • The Reverend Tofiga Vaevalu Falani — For Public and Community Service.
  • Palekiau Lepa — For Public and Community Service.
  • Motulu Pedro — For Public and Community Service.

British Empire Medal (BEM)[edit]

  • Teiloga Limoni — For Public and Community Service.
  • Siluano Malaga — For Public and Community Service.
  • Kepasi Tefau — For Public and Community Service.

Saint Lucia[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of Saint Lucia, on advice of the Saint Lucia Government.[8]

Order of Saint Michael and Saint George[edit]

Knight Commander of the Order of Saint Michael and Saint George (KCMG)[edit]

  • The Honourable Dr Julian Robert Hunte OBE — For services to the public and private sector in St. Lucia, and to the Commonwealth Caribbean community.

Saint Vincent and Grenadines[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, on advice of the Vincentian Government.[9]

Order of Saint Michael and Saint George[edit]

Knight Commander of the Order of Saint Michael and Saint George (KCMG)[edit]

  • Errol Newton Fitzrose Allen — For services to Banking and Financial Services.

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

  • Bishop Benjamin Alick Augustas Samuel — For services to the Christian Ministry and to the Community.

Order of the British Empire[edit]

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

  • Douglas Mc Gregor Brisbane — For services to Business, Horticulture and for Community Services.
  • Robert Otway Linsdell Haydock — For services to Banking, Insurance and to Civil Society.

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

  • Michael Fitz-Gerald Charles — For services to Policing, National Security, and Law and Order.
  • Mona Issa Dare — For services to Business, Retail Trade and for Community Services.
  • Faez Moussa — For services to Business, Retail Trade and to Community Services.

Belize[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of Belize, on advice of the Belizean Government.[10]

Order of the British Empire[edit]

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

  • Dr Adrian Alexander Coye — For services to medicine.
  • Rafael Manzanero — For services to environmental protection.

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

  • Rodney Harold Neal — For public service.

Antigua and Barbuda[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of Antigua and Barbuda, on advice of the Antiguan and Barbudan Government.[11]

Order of Saint Michael and Saint George[edit]

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

  • Lieutenant Colonel Edward H. Croft OBE — For services to Youth and to National Security.

Order of the British Empire[edit]

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

  • Dr Radcliffe Alexander Robins — For Public Service, particularly in the field of Veterinarian Medicine.

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

  • Dr David Montgomery King — For Public Service in the field of Education.
  • Romona Small — For Public Service.

Saint Christopher and Nevis[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of Saint Kitts and Nevis, on advice of the Kittian and Nevisian Government.[12]

Order of the British Empire[edit]

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

  • Joseph Llewellyn Edmeade — For Public Service.

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

  • Errol Alphonsus Llewellyn Maynard — For Public Service.

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

  • Osmond Stanley Petty — For Public Service.
  • Veronica Elaine Phillip — For services to Education.

New Zealand[edit]

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of New Zealand, on advice of the New Zealand Government.[13]

New Zealand Order of Merit[edit]

Knights / Dames Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit (KNZM / DNZM)[edit]

  • Trelise Pamela Cooper MNZM – Auckland. For services to fashion and the community.
  • Alison Mae Paterson  CNZM QSO – of Auckland. For services to business.
  • Dr Noble Thomson Curtis – of Rotorua. For services to Māori education.
  • The Most Reverend Archbishop David John Moxon – of Rome, Italy. For services to the Anglican Church.
  • Robert John Parker – of Christchurch. For services to local body affairs and the community.
  • Peter James Vela ONZM – of Hamilton. For services to the thoroughbred industry.

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

  • Richard Miller Ballantyne – of Christchurch. For services to business and the community.
  • Frana Grace Cardno QSO – of Te Anau. For services to local government.
  • Alastair Kinloch Carruthers – of Auckland. For services to arts governance.
  • The Honourable Lester Hugh Chisholm – of Christchurch. For services to the judiciary.
  • Peter Charles Cooper, of Los Angeles – United States of America. For services to urban redevelopment.
  • Professor Cynthia Margaret Farquhar MNZM – of Auckland. For services to women's health.
  • Earl Raymond Hagaman[14] – of Christchurch. For services to business, tourism and philanthropy.
  • Lieutenant General Richard Rhys Jones – of Wellington. For services to the State.
  • Donald Mitchell McKenzie OBE – of Waiheke Island. For services to physiotherapy and the blind.
  • Donald George McLaren ONZM – of Auckland. For services to the animal health industry and racing.
  • The Honourable John Maurice Priestley QC – of Auckland. For services to the judiciary.
  • John Richard Reid OBE – of Auckland. For services to cricket.
  • Peter Ramsay Townsend – of Christchurch. For services to business and the community.
  • Karen Elizabeth Walker MNZM – of Auckland. For services to fashion design.
Honorary
  • Dr Kurt Michael Campbell – of Washington D.C., United States of America. For services to New Zealand-United States relations.

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

  • Dr Margaret Rosemary Nelson Agee – of Auckland. For services to mental health education.
  • Jane Mary Annear – of Timaru. For services to local government.
  • Graham Lindsay Blow – of Wellington. For services to astronomy.
  • Peter Savery Braithwaite – of Christchurch. For services to education.
  • Ronald Morrison Brown – of Auckland. For services to the transport industry.
  • Professor Robert Allan Buckle – of Wellington. For services to business and education.
  • Hekenukumai Puhipi Busby MBE – of Whangarei. For services to Māori.
  • Adrian Lawrie Buttimore – of Christchurch. For services to the treatment of kidney disease.
  • Elizabeth Jean Chesterman – of Christchurch. For services to the Cancer Society of New Zealand.
  • John Gordon Coles – of Waimate. For services to local government.
  • Ann Kaye Crosby – of Hamilton. For services to business and philanthropy.
  • Bernard Thomas Crosby – of Hamilton. For services to business and philanthropy.
  • Dr Stephen Latham Goldson – of Christchurch. For services to science.
  • Wendy Ruth Hawke – of Auckland. For services to inter-country adoption.
  • Marjorie Joe MNZM JP – of Napier. For services to Māori and the community.
  • Prudence Ann Kelly – of Wellington. For services to education.
  • Thomas Craig Lambie – of Pleasant Point. For services to agriculture.
  • Natalie Lavery – of Upper Hutt. For services to senior citizens.
  • Alan David Livingston – of Hamilton. For services to sports and the community.
  • Dr Tearikivao Maoate – of Christchurch. For services to Pacific health.
  • Patrick John McManus – of Westport. For services to local government.
  • Susan May Morris – of Taumaranui. For services to local government.
  • Professor Stephen Richard Munn – of Auckland. For services to health.
  • Geoffrey Peter Murphy – of Wellington. For services to film.
  • Maureen Helena Pugh – of Kumara. For services to local government.
  • Professor Frederick William Seymour – of Auckland. For services to psychology.
  • George Walter Hugh Vercoe QSM ED – of Morrinsville. For services to local government.
  • Dale Williams – of Otorohanga. For services to local government and youth.

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

  • Vailankanni Wenceslaus Melchoir Anthony – of Auckland. For services to New Zealand-India relations.
  • Brooke Archbold JP – of Auckland. For services to the Coastguard.
  • Douglas Charles Beilman – of Paraparaumu. For services to music.
  • Jennifer Mary Bornholdt – of Wellington. For services as a poet.
  • Stephen John Boxer – of Manukau. For services to youth.
  • Senior Sergeant Ian Thomas Campion – of Tauranga. For services to the New Zealand Police and the community.
  • Eleanor Catton – of Auckland. For services to literature.
  • Kevin Barry Chapman – of Auckland. For services to publishing.
  • Allan Sedman Chisholm – of Paraparaumu. For services to music.
  • Dr Harry Clark – of Palmerston North. For services to environmental science.
  • Barry Roger Clarke – of Dunedin. For services to the community.
  • Michael James Cooney – of Tauranga. For services to the community.
  • Peter Courtenay Dale – of Te Horo. For services to sport.
  • Emeritus Professor John Frederick Davidson – of Wellington. For services to education and the arts.
  • Sheryl Lorene Dawson – of Tauranga. For services to netball.
  • Julia Ruth Einhorn – of Waikanae. For services to tertiary education and art.
  • Dr Gary Brian Evans – of Lower Hutt. For services to science.
  • Alexander William Familton – of Palmerston. For services to local body government.
  • Rita Taimalietane Fatialofa-Patolo – of Auckland. For services to sport.
  • Karyn Wendy Fenton-Ellis – of Ngaruawahia. For services to the community, arts and racing.
  • Johanna Mary Frances Galvin (Sister Loyola Galvin) QSM – of Wellington. For services to gardening.
  • Dr Rolf Gjelsten – of Wellington. For services to music.
  • Priscilla Jean Glasson – of Christchurch. For services to health and the community.
  • Francis Roger Maher Hooper – of Auckland. For services to fashion design.
  • Patricia Hubbard – of Wellington. For services to early childhood education.
  • Kathleen Maureen Te Wehioterangi Jehly – of Rotorua. For services to education and Māori.
  • Philip John Keoghan – of Santa Monica, United States of America. For services as a television presenter and to tourism.
  • Philip Trevor Kerslake – of Upper Hutt. For services to people with cancer.
  • Simon Charles Hayes Leeming – of Canterbury, New Hampshire, United States of America. For services to New Zealand-United States relations.
  • Inspector (Ret.) Murray David Lewis – of Tauranga. For services to the New Zealand Police and diplomacy.
  • Amoroa Luke – of Blenheim. For services to Māori.
  • Peter James McDonald – of Stratford. For services to real estate and the community.
  • Ian Edward Mills – of Lower Hutt. For services to civil engineering.
  • Ross William Norman – of Sunningdale, United Kingdom. For services to squash.
  • Gregory Leo O'Brien – of Wellington. For services to the arts.
  • Jeffrey Owen Olsen – of Auckland. For services to the New Zealand Customs Service and sport.
  • Dr Allan Leslie Panting – of Nelson. For services to orthopaedics.
  • Helene Pohl – of Wellington. For services to music.
  • Sergeant Bevan Douglas Seal – of Christchurch. For services to the New Zealand Police and youth.
  • Amanda Skoog – of Wellington. For services to ballet.
  • Alan Charles Sorrell – of Auckland. For services to film.
  • Richard Tayler – of Christchurch. For services to athletics.
  • Tutagaloa Tutose Tuhipa – of Auckland. For services to education and the Pacific community.
  • Hafeiki Vilitama – of Mutalau, Niue. For services to Niue.
  • Robert Craig Walker – of Kumeu. For services to heavy haulage and the community.
  • James Leybourne Wallace – of Geraldine. For services to the arts and conservation.
  • Wayne Wills – of Auckland. For services to recreational fishing and the community.
  • Dr Catherine Ruth Wylie – of Wellington. For services to education.

Queen's Service Order[edit]

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

  • Barbara Wendy Arnott – of Napier. For services to local government and the community.
  • Belinda Clark – of Wellington. For services to the State.
  • Mary Winifred Harris – of Otaki. For services to Parliament
  • Neville Owen Harris – of Lower Hutt. For services to the State.
  • Rex Edward Hawkins JP – of Taupo. For services to the community.
  • William Alexander Moore – of Wellington. For services to the State.
  • John Chester Pike QC – of Wellington. For services to the law.
  • Laurel Heather Taufauata – of Auckland. For services to health and the Pacific community.
  • Judge Barrie Stephen Travis – of Auckland. For services to the judiciary.

Queen's Service Medal (QSM)[edit]

  • Mervyn Roxford Ah Chee – of Auckland. For services to hospitality and the community.
  • Brian Maxwell Arons – of Wellington. For services to the New Zealand Fire Service.
  • Gretl Bass – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Stuart James Batty JP – of Christchurch. For services to the community.
  • Derek Beveridge – of Oamaru. For services to the community.
  • Kingiareta Richard Biddle – of Rotorua. For services to Māori and mental health.
  • Helen Louise Blake – of Levin. For services to philanthropy.
  • Bruce Eiohan Brownlie – of Feilding. For services to aviation and health.
  • Richard Charles Cashmore – of Tauranga. For services to business, sport and the community.
  • Christine Chambers – of Whakatane. For services to the community.
  • Reverend Judith Anne Cooper – of Auckland. For services to Māori arts and the community.
  • Colin Ian Crombie – of Napier. For services to philanthropy.
  • Manoj Daji – of Auckland. For services to sport and education.
  • George Bruce Darvill – of Paeroa. For services to the community.
  • Garry Dockary – of Hastings. For services to the New Zealand Fire Service.
  • Janet McLeod Forbes – of Wellington. For services to prisoner rehabilitation programmes.
  • Janet Margaret Froggatt – of Dargaville. For services to the community.
  • Norah Fryer – of Auckland. For services to early childhood education.
  • Merle Chalwyn Gibson – of Richmond. For services to music and the community.
  • Murray David Giera – of Christchurch. For services to the community. (Deceased. This award took effect on 19 December 2013; Her Majesty's approval having been signified before the date of decease.)
  • Mark Christopher Grantham – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • John Morris Green – of Rotorua. For services to conservation.
  • Christopher John Haines – of Invercargill. For services to education.
  • Lynette Anne Holland JP – of Christchurch. For services to education and the community.
  • Raymond Andrew Johnston – of Pukekohe. For services to the community.
  • Stephen Andrew Johnston – of Christchurch. For services to surf life saving.
  • Joan Charlotte Franceska Kennett – of Palmerston North. For services to early childhood education.
  • Dr Harry John Kerr – of Hastings. For services to health and the community.
  • Murray Allan Kidd JP – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Candy Michele Lane – of Auckland. For services to dance.
  • Janice Ann Lewis – of Tauranga. For services to the New Zealand Police and women's health.
  • Wendy Logan – of Nelson. For services to early childhood education.
  • Xiao-Jun Lu – of Manukau. For services to the Chinese community.
  • Han Leang Ly – of Auckland. For services to the Cambodian Chinese community.
  • David John Mackie JP – of Clinton. For services to the community.
  • John Roger Macnaughtan JP – of Auckland. For services to New Zealand-Russia relations.
  • Joan Elsie Marks – of Whangaparaoa. For services to the community.
  • Robert George Maskill – of Greymouth. For services to education.
  • Alan John McLay – of Oamaru. For services to the community.
  • Dr Logan James Ewart McLennan – of Porirua. For services to health and education.
  • Jacqueline Nuki McVinnie – of Hamilton. For services to ecclesiastical embroidery.
  • Neil Alexander Bisshopp Monro – of Palmerston North. For services to rugby and the community.
  • Marguerite Rose Moore – of Westport. For services to women's health.
  • Lloyd Henry Morris JP – of Whangarei. For services to the community.
  • June Nixey – of Wellington. For services to prisoner rehabilitation programmes.
  • Peter Franklin O'Brien – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Davorin Ivan Ozich – of Auckland. For services to the Croatian community.
  • Simon Jigwan Park JP – of Wellington. For services to the Korean community and education.
  • Allan Anthony Pengelly – of Auckland. For services to sport and the community.
  • Wendy Katrine Pettigrew – of Whanganui. For services to heritage preservation.
  • Stephen George Poole JP – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Kenneth Bruce Popple – of Porirua. For services to the New Zealand Fire Service and the Coastguard.
  • Glyn Griffiths Powell – of Auckland. For services to aeronautical heritage preservation.
  • Joyce Patricia Prankerd – of Paraparaumu. For services to netball.
  • Christopher Bruce Price – of Ashburton. For services to the New Zealand Fire Service.
  • Elaine Elsie Sharman – of Lower Hutt. For services to music.
  • William Mervyn Shepherd – of Whangarei. For services to hockey and farming.
  • Kanagarasa Sivaraj – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Michael Richard Skerrett JP – of Invercargill. For services to Māori and the community.
  • William Huston Smale – of Auckland. For services to education.
  • Margaret Anne Stove – of Lyttelton. For services to hand-knitted lace design.
  • Linda Tame – of Christchurch. For services to education.
  • Janice Margaret Taouma – of Auckland. For services to early childhood education.
  • Barbara Joan Taranaki JP – of Cambridge. For services to the community.
  • Henry James Towersey – of Whakatane. For services to the community.
  • Detective Senior Sergeant Greg Victor Turner – of Mount Maunganui. For services to the New Zealand Police and the community.
  • John James Tutty – of Gore. For services to the New Zealand Fire Service.
  • Maevis Elsie Watson – of Rotherham. For services to health and the community.
  • Allan Webb – of Te Awamutu. For services to the film industry.
  • Graham Allan Wilshier – of Otorohanga. For services to the community.

New Zealand Distinguished Service Decoration (DSD)[edit]

  • Warrant Officer Class 1 Graeme Alexander Bremner – of Rolleston. For services to the New Zealand Defence Force and brass bands.
  • Warrant Officer Class 1 Paul Allister Mumm – of Rolleston. For services to the New Zealand Defence Force.

References[edit]

  1. ^ HM Government (2013-12-30). "New Year's Honours lists 2014" (PDF). Honours Lists. Cabinet Office and Foreign Office. Retrieved 2013-12-30. 
  2. ^ http://news.sky.com/story/1188665/new-year-honours-women-overtake-men
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  5. ^ The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 60730. p. 43. 31 December 2013.
  6. ^ The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 60731. p. 45. 31 December 2013.
  7. ^ The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 60732. p. 47. 31 December 2013.
  8. ^ The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 60733. p. 49. 31 December 2013.
  9. ^ The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 60734. p. 51. 31 December 2013.
  10. ^ The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 60735. p. 53. 31 December 2013.
  11. ^ The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 60736. p. 55. 31 December 2013.
  12. ^ The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 60737. p. 57. 31 December 2013.
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Collated lists[edit]

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