Full list of New Year Honours

The honours are the nation's way of saying thanks to the many men and women whose efforts make New Zealand a better place to live in.

New Zealand honours - Order of precedence

* Members of the Order of New Zealand (ONZ) - Limited to 20 living people

* Principal companions of the New Zealand Order of Merit (PCNZM) - Replaces Knights and Dames Grand Companions

* Distinguished Companions of the New Zealand Order of Merit (DCNZM) - Replaces Knights and Dames Companions

* Companions of the New Zealand Order of Merit (CNZM)

* Officers of the New Zealand Order of Merit (ONZM)

* Members of the New Zealand Order of Merit (MNZM)

* Companions of the Queen's Service Order (QSO)

* Queen's Service Medal

MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF NZ

Professor Alan Graham MacDiarmid, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania.

NZ ORDER OF MERIT
Distinguished Companions

Lynley Stuart Dodd, Tauranga. For services to children's literature and book illustration.

Margaret Mary Millard, JP, Palmerston North. For services to the rural community.

Dr Peter George Snell, OBE, Dallas, Texas. For services to sport.

Rt Hon Edmund Walter Thomas, QC, Auckland. For services as a judge of the Court of Appeal

Companions

Dr Glenys Patricia Arthur, Wellington. For services to medicine.

Dr Susan Nicola Bagshaw, Christchurch.For services to youth health.

Professor Emeritus Douglas Saxon Coombs, Dunedin. For services to mineralogy.

Professor Robert (Roy) Geddes, Auckland. For services to science and technology education.

Right Rev Bruce Carlyle Gilberd, Tairua. For services to the community.

Richard Michael Hill, Arrowtown. For services to business and the arts.

Professor Andrew Reed Hornblow, Christchurch. For services to medicine and health services.

Peter Robert Jackson, Wellington. For services to film.

Most Rev Max Takuira Matthew Mariu, Tokoroa. For services to Maori and the community.

Hon Daniel Paul Neazor, Wellington. For services as a judge of the High Court.

Dr Margaret Orbell, Auckland. For services to Maori and literature.

Professor Bruce Jerome Ross, Wellington. For services to agriculture.

Jacqueline Te Kani, Wellington. For services to Maori.

Marcia Ellen Wilson (Sister Marcellin), Wellington. For services to education and the community.

Officers

George Ian Andrews, Auckland. For services to television.

Dr Margaret Ann Carr, Hamilton. For services to early childhood education.

Dr Neil James Cherry, Christchurch. For services to science, education and the community.

Rev Terence Montague Dibble, Auckland. For services to justice and peace issues.

Esther Frances Fung, Wellington. For services to the Chinese community.

Dr William Ivan Glass, Christchurch. For services to occupational health and safety.

Rev Haki Rangikaheke Petera Haimona, JP, Taihape. For services to Maori.

June Hamilton, Napier. For services to health administration and the community.

Dr Michael Donald Hills, Hamilton. For services to persons with epilepsy and the community.

Noel Cowburn Lynch, Wellington. For services to rowing and music.

Trevor John McKee, Auckland. For services to racing and the community.

John Milbanke Masters, MC, JP, Christchurch. For services to returned services personnel and the community.

Gwen Meyer Neave, JP, Stewart Island. For services to art and the community.

Richard John Northey, Auckland. For public services.

Gaylene Mary Preston, Wellington. For services to film making.

Erenora Puketapu-Hetet, JP, Lower Hutt. For services to weaving.

Associate Professor Carole Marie Shepheard, Auckland. For services to the arts.

Professor Emeritus Russell Cyril James Stone, Auckland. For services to historical research.

Peter Ivan Talley, Motueka. For services to the fishing industry, export and the community.

Gilbert William Ullrich, JP, Auckland. For services to export.

Lucinda Jane (Cindi) Wallace, Wellington. For services to mental health.

Jean Catherine Watson, Wellington. For services to literature and welfare work.

Dr Peter Stuart Watson, Washington DC. For services to New Zealand interests in the United States of America.

Marie Helen Wills, Christchurch. For services to the community.

Colonel John Reginald McLeod, Wellington, Colonels' List. New Zealand Army.

Colonel Graeme Charles Wilson ED, Auckland, Colonels' List. New Zealand Army Territorial Force.

Members

Valerie Jeanne Abrahams, Auckland. For services to persons with muscular dystrophy and the community.

Phyllis Rosa Aston, Richmond. For services to rural communities.

Valerie Alice Ball, Masterton. For services to the community.

Marion Iris Batchelor, Christchurch. For services to the community.

Margaret Mary Bonner, JP, Wellington. For services to local body and community affairs.

Lim Nam Chhour, Auckland. For services to the Chinese Cambodian community.

Nansi Whetu Dewes, Taumarunui. For services to Maori and the community.

Thelma Joyce Earle, Blenheim. For services to the community.

Taonefoou Ogotau Falesima, Auckland. For services to the community.

Dr Stella Frances, Pokeno. For services to conservation and the environment.

Professor Emeritus Colin Alexander Gibson, Dunedin. For services to church music and education.

Sister Helen Gilroy, Wellington. For services to education and the community.

Annesley Brian Harman, Christchurch. For services to the community.

Lesley Hazel Harrison, Auckland. For services to the community.

Isaac John Jefferson, JP, Tauranga. For services to the elderly and the community.

Murray Raynal Jensen, JP, Raumati Beach. For services to local body and community affairs.

Jean Evelyn Kneebone, JP, Hamilton. For services to welfare work.

Michael John Lynch, Carterton. For services to community health in the South Pacific.

Roderick Graham MacDiarmid, Kerikeri. For services to horticulture and the community.

Colin Alexander McDonald, Christchurch. For services to the potato industry.

Robert Bergen McGregor, Napier. For services to the preservation of local heritage.

John Gifford Male, Warkworth. For services to the peace movement.

Trevor Horowaewae Maxwell, Rotorua. For services to Maori, arts and local body affairs.

Reginald Charles Moore, Wainuiomata. For services to local government.

John Roy Newton, Turangi. For services to conservation.

Calder Robert Prescott, Dunedin. For services to music.

Barbara Anne Redfern, JP, Hamilton. For services to migrants.

Geraldine Hinemoa Reweti, Bethlehem. For services to education.

June Temamaeroa Rhind, Pukekohe. For services to persons with disabilities.

James Patrick Robson, Christchurch. For services to conservation and the community.

Evan William Rogerson, Divonne Les Bains, Switzerland. For services to international relations.

Moira Pareraututu Rolleston, JP, Tauranga. For services to the community.

Chhotubhai Sima, JP, Auckland. For services to the Indian community.

Dr Neil Andrew Sinclair, Putaruru. For services to the arts and the community.

Horace William Smith, Auckland. For services to refugees.

Beverley Rae Sturgeon, JP, Tokoroa. For services to local government, education and the community.

Rangitihi Rangiwaiata Tahuparae, Wellington. For services to Maori.

Graham Fradelle Tapper, Christchurch. For services to persons with disabilities.

Joycelyn Konini Teasdale, Runanga, West Coast. For services to the community.

Annie Tito-Nekeare, JP, Waitakere City. For services to the Pacific Islands community.

Margaret Shirley Walker, Tahunanui, Nelson. For services to the community.

Frances Rosemary Walsh, Wellington. For services to film.

Gabrielle Patricia Welsh, Christchurch. For services to the community and persons with disabilities.

Gwen Chadwin Wichman, Manukau City. For services to the community.

Pamela Rose Williams, Christchurch. For services as a dietitian.

Roy Alfred Williams, Waitakere City. For services to athletics.

Mark Rayne Willis, Turangi. For services to karate.

(Kenneth) Brian Wood, Blackball, West Coast. For services to the community

Commander Wayne Robert Edward Burroughs, Royal New Zealand Navy, Auckland.

Commander Alan Rex Edwards, Royal New Zealand Navy, Christchurch.

Lieutenant-Colonel Mary Anne Catherine Schaab, Royal New Zealand Nursing Corps, Auckland.

Flight Lieutenant Nathan John MacDonald, Royal New Zealand Air Force, Auckland.

Lieutenant Ross Murray James, Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment, Christchurch.

Flight Sergeant Brigitte Lee Troughton, Royal New Zealand Air Force, Auckland.

Acting Chief Petty Officer Marine Technician (Electrical) Douglas Ivan John Marusich, Royal New Zealand Navy, Auckland.

Additional Officer

Wing Commander Carl Robert Nixon, Royal New Zealand Air Force, Auckland.

Additional Member

Warrant Officer Class One Peleti Mark Hunter, Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment, Christchurch.

Honorary Officer

Moin Mohammed Fudda, Karachi. For services to New Zealand interests in Pakistan.

Honorary Members

Margaretha Hendrika Johanna Stronks, Christchurch. For services to youth and the community.

Professor Shunsuke Takahashi, Tokyo. For services to karate.

QUEEN'S SERVICE ORDER

Companions
(for community service)

Raewyn Maureen Bayliss, Hamilton.

Tilak Chandra, JP, Hamilton.

Very Rev Bruce Andrew Hansen, Christchurch.

Shirley Margaret Heaphy, JP, Palmerston North.

Eileen Joan Parore, JP, Whangarei.

Dr Khalid Rashid Sandhu, Wellington.

Rev Brian Phillip Williscroft, Dunedin.

Companions
(for public services)

Anne Candy, JP, Manukau City.

Hon Christine Elizabeth Fletcher, Auckland.

William Alexander Gavin, Auckland.

Mary Elizabeth Ogg, Gore.

Wynne Archdall Raymond, JP, Timaru.

Claire Lois Stewart, JP, New Plymouth.

Ted Mita Joseph Te Hae, JP, Christchurch.

QUEEN'S SERVICE MEDAL
(for community service)

Glenys Ruby Anderson-Carter, Rotorua.

Graham Francis Barnett, Mount Maunganui.

Mary Mereiwa Broughton, JP, Lower Hutt.

Thomas Falcon Brown, Chatham Islands.

June Elaine Carlton, Katikati.

Barrie Maxwell Cheyne, Christchurch.

Elsie May Connolly, Westport.

Hazel Muriel Pearl Crossley, Auckland.

Thomas Cheu Kwan Wong Doo, Auckland.

Marion Eileen Fisher, Whangarei.

Jean Gatton, Kihikihi.

Jennifer Anne Green, Dunedin.

Eva Maud Hammond, Rawene.

Jack Stanley Harker, Auckland.

Anne Rebecca Hobbs, Auckland.

Donald Frank Hobbs, Auckland.

Edith Neale Houldsworth, Wainuiomata.

Loo-Chi Hu, Christchurch.

Brian James Inns, New Plymouth.

Richard William Jordan, Kaiapoi.

Noelene Joan Keller, Christchurch.

Lilian Grace Lawless, Porirua.

Quang Long Le, Auckland.

Robert Lang McDonald, Auckland.

Raana Virginia Mareikura, Ohakune.

Molly Pamela Newman, Upper Hutt.

Keith William Parker, Whangarei.

Kim Ngoc Pham (Sister Marie Benoit), Auckland.

Ross Pearce Richardson, JP, Wanganui.

Betty Kerford Roberts, Christchurch.

Norman Frederick Roberts, Christchurch.

Marlene Dale Shipman, Wellington.

Verona Lillian (Nonie) Smith, Otago.

Eric William Taylor, Auckland.

Vera Trebilcock, Rangiora.

Muriel Pimia Wehi, Auckland.

Loris Helen Wisheart, Blenheim.

Janice Zachan, Napier.

QUEEN'S SERVICE MEDAL
(for public services)

Raylene Margaret Atkinson, Greymouth.

William Joseph Beveridge, Auckland.

Walter Douglas Black, JP, Napier.

Solo Brown, Auckland.

Joseph Lester Clark, Auckland.

Stuart Barry Cornford, Wanganui.

Leslie Desmond Eden, Paihia.

Filiamata Manuhiku Lukupa Fiu Ili, Auckland.

Dr Ivan Philip Howie, Great Barrier Island.

Anthony Neal Hunt, Foxton.

Murray Vickers Francis Jones, Oamaru.

Thuten Kesang, Auckland.

Joseph Martin Kuklinski, Chief Fire Officer, Inglewood Volunteer Fire Brigade, New Zealand Fire Service, Inglewood.

Kenneth Bruce McKinnon, JP, lately Chief Fire Officer, Ruatoria Volunteer Fire Brigade, New Zealand Fire Service, Ruatoria.

Bruce John McLeod, Napier.

Matthew McMillan, JP, Auckland.

Julie Patricia Manahi, Waiheke Island.

Mavis Ann Marett, Auckland.

Wilma Alison Marshall, JP, North Shore City.

Francis Brent Martin, Tauranga.

Jack Milford, Constable, New Zealand Police, Lower Hutt.

Alan Peter Mills, Senior Station Officer, Remuera Fire Brigade, New Zealand Fire Service, Auckland.

John Arthur Moller, Kawerau.

Michael William Moore, lately Senior Sergeant, New Zealand Police, Christchurch.

Frank David Moult, lately Senior Constable, New Zealand Police, Palmerston North.

Stephen John O'Connor, Sergeant, New Zealand Police, Lower Hutt.

Frank Henry Papprill, Wanganui.

Rex William Powley, JP, Bluff.

William Andrew Rees, Wellington.

Colin Gordon Robertson, Invercargill.

Valda Mary Slaney-Ellison, Thames.

Charles Keith Smith, Worcester, England.

Jacqueline Margaret Sutton, Otaki.

Iolesina Faigame Tagoilelagi, Auckland.

Helen Kathryn Unsworth, JP, Tauranga.

Teoarani Tematengaro Waikari, Gisborne.

Barbara Ann Walter, Tiritiri Matangi Island.

Raymond Moverley Walter, Tiritiri Matangi Island.

John William Watson, lately Detective, New Zealand Police, Havelock North.

Sandra June Yaxley, Christchurch.

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