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Mr Atkinson established his business Electrinet in , which he has built into a substantial company with 54 staff. As Chair of the Gisborne Riding for Disabled for 15 years he led the organisation through a major upgrade project to establish an indoor arena, which is available to a wide range of equestrian users.

As Chair of the Gisborne SPCA he led the organisation to become locally governed, financially stable and initiated a project to build a new animal centre for Gisborne. He provided leadership and sponsorship to the upgrading of the collapsing roof at the Trampoline and Gymnastic Centre, which would have otherwise been closed.

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He has sponsored local Relay for Life events, and speedway and golf venues. He was one of several business donors who, in partnership with the local District Health Board, built a diabetes unit at Tairawhiti Hospital. He is a Trustee of Hospice Tairawhiti.

As a Trustee of the nationally significant Great War Exhibition he has been a driving force behind efforts to secure long-term sustainability for the exhibition, attracting corporate sponsorship and a restructure of the business to achieve a secure footing. He is a financial supporter of basketball in the Taranaki region and a Trustee of the East Taranaki Environment Trust. She helped organise a workshop on age friendly cities with the Auckland District Council of Social Services.

She has been involved in ageing policy issues since when she became involved with research investigating hearing aid use in older New Zealand veterans. Mr Bonney grew his own business from an initial three trucks to become a significant operator with more than trucks. He has been recognised by both organisations with life membership. He is regarded for his willingness to put the needs of the industry ahead of those of his own business. He has given strong support to the introduction of a wide range of practical safety and productivity policies across government and the industry.

He has also had an enduring association with motorsport, as a driver and as an instigator of truck racing in New Zealand. He has provided transport and other support for major events, particularly as a long time sponsor of transport requirements for the annual Festival of Motorsport.

From to Ms Bradley taught music in Carterton, Wellington, Masterton and Auckland and held several college choir, youth choir and theatrical society directorships. She is often invited to prepare and conduct the works of New Zealand composers internationally.

She has produced ten books and 38 book chapters. She has been generous in her encouragement of dancers providing free tuition, providing costumes, dance shoes, courses, examination fees and travel expenses to help dancers reach their potential. Some of these dancers have gone onto full-time training overseas or followed professional careers in dance.

She has organised dance performances at such local events as the Art Deco weekend and at the local RSA, retirement homes and schools. Mrs Chambers has been involved with YES Disability since and under her leadership YES developed the CUBE model to support young people and their families to participate in education, health, recreation and employment activities.

She has headed multiple campaigns to improve the lives of disabled people across Auckland, including the anti-bullying campaign Icebreaker and mentoring programme Carabiner.

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She is currently heading the development of a new youth innovation centre on the North Shore of Auckland for youth of all abilities. After arriving in New Zealand from England in the s she helped establish five clubs for disabled young people in Auckland. These grew into the successful Phabs clubs, which offer activities for all young people, disabled and able-bodied.

She helped secure the premises for the North Shore Phabs club in Takapuna, which were completed in He has driven a diverse programme of education outside the classroom EOTC events and led the upgrade of an outdoor education camp trailer, which is available to all Wairoa schools.

He was instrumental in the return of the Computers at Home programme in and the establishment of the Kaupapa Ara Whakawhiti Matauranga computer programme, aimed at increasing the number of computers in East Cape schools, and with the Wairoa Assessment for Learning project. He has supported ecological education and conservation initiatives, including the planting of a native garden on land adjacent to Nuhaka School, the establishment and planting of the Mokotahi Reserve at Mahia Beach, and community clean-ups of the Mahia Peninsula.

He has been a Councillor, Deputy Chairman, and Chairman of Environment Southland between and , during which time he held a range of committee chair and membership positions. During his time on the United Wheatgrowers Electoral Committee he was involved with the establishment of the Agrichemical Education Trust and the Grow Safe accreditation system to raise the standards of agricultural chemical use, which remains in use today. Mr Collie served on the Southland Harbour Board for a number of years.

COOK, Mr Allan David For services to river and drainage engineering Mr Allan Cook has had a 52 year career in public service, most prominently in the field of river and drainage engineering. Mr Cook has been a senior executive with the Manawatu-Wanganui Regional Council and contributed to and led many flood protection schemes involving millions of dollars of capital works, as well as providing leadership input into the emergency response and recovery for significant flood and drainage events, particularly over the past 15 years.

Most significantly he led the infrastructural recovery following the Manawatu-Wanganui Regional floods, a recovery which took close to ten years. He has overseen the raising of flood protection levels for both Palmerston North and Whanganui. He provided support and advice on the use of temporary flood barriers in the aftermath of the Christchurch earthquakes, as well as advice and personnel to other regions facing flooding events.

The demands of community response have seen him attending meetings often outside of work hours, and his emergency response role has seen him work through nights to deploy staff for evacuations and physical work intervention, extra duties which were not remunerated.

Mr Cook was an elected member of the Marton Borough Council from to and of the Rangitikei District Council from to He is currently a board member of several commercial enterprises, including Counties Power and Invivo Wines. He has worked to ensure that tertiary education is available across the Northland Region and, under his guidance, courses are now delivered at 58 sites.

Mr Dark has ensured that NorthTec supports the local community and reaches out to those who most need assistance, whilst maintaining a sustainable business model. Professor Davenport took up the role of lecturer in the management of science and technology at Victoria University of Wellington in She was Head of the Victoria Management School from to and in was appointed an inaugural Commissioner of the Productivity Commission.

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She has been a member of scholarship selection and grant-making panels and has held a range of advisory roles within academia and for professional groups, the Royal Society, and central government. She then became General Manager Marketing for the Warriors rugby league team in their inaugural year.

She moved to Australia in the role of Chief Executive of the Adelaide Rams, a start-up team in the short-lived Super League competition. KFAAA has become a world-leader in training diabetic response dogs, which can detect early signs of a diabetic incident and reduce the need for medical intervention.

She was instrumental in establishing the Wai Ora Wellness Centre, a performing arts centre and fitness centre at the school. She also supported the development of the Awhina learning support centre and the special needs unit, Waimarie. Wai Ora provides a range of services to students and staff from counselling to an Adolescent Health Clinic. She supported the creation of the Tuhonohono tutor group, through which student leadership opportunities are developed and was a founding member of the Honohono committee.

Ms Ellis has fostered relationships with local iwi, developed a robust pastoral care system, and built strong relationships between the school and parents. Ms Goldblatt has been an independent mediator since practicing primarily in the employment, organisational, health and education areas. She was instrumental in the establishment of the Massey University Dispute Resolution Centre and was Director from to She was a lead provider in a joint venture between Massey University and the New Zealand Law Society to develop and deliver mediation education for lawyers from , initially focusing on family mediation and expanding in to cover civil and commercial mediation.

She has contributed as an author to leading texts on mediation and has presented papers in New Zealand and at conferences internationally. For the past 30 years Gow Langsford has mounted more than exhibitions around New Zealand as well as internationally. The Gallery has also presented museum-quality exhibitions for significant international artists and mounted significant historical exhibitions of artists such as Charles Goldie, Colin McCahon and Gordon Walters. Mr Gow has promoted New Zealand art at international art fairs and global exhibits, and as a result has been influential in securing opportunities for New Zealand artists with highlights including Max Gimblett exhibiting at the Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh and John Pule at Neue Kunstverein, Berlin.

Mr Gow is also Director of John Leech Gallery which now maintains a private heritage collection for public viewing by appointment. Business case competitions involve teams of four students competing to develop the best strategy for a business. Dr Guthrie has organised regional, national and international business case competitions on a voluntary basis on top of his university workload.

He initiated a competition between the University of Otago and the University of Waikato. He has coached Otago University teams to achieve success in international business case competitions. SDS has run a national league for business case competitions and has hosted an international competition for the past eight years. Dr Guthrie orchestrated the formation of the Bayfield Park Community Sports Trust and initiated the construction of a sports pavilion at Bayfield Park.

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He pioneered helicopter live-line human-sling powerline maintenance in New Zealand, a now worldwide procedure he introduced to China and India. Mr Hartley continues to be involved with the Coastguard and Ohope Lions.

He has led research projects that resulted in a new manufacturing process for separating the functional properties of whey protein from its nutritional value, allowing the addition of the protein at higher levels in many nutritional products. His research has led to a number of patents. He established the Pacific Category in the annual Manawatu Science Fair in to attract Pacific children to the sciences and technology.

He trained youth leaders in the s and has more recently set up programmes through his church to help children with literacy and numeracy. He has been involved with the International Student Ministry for 18 years and been a member of the Board of Trustees since In his own time Associate Professor Hilton has researched, visited, and categorised most sand dunes left in New Zealand and developed a classification list of dunes of National Significance.

His work on Stewart Island has done much to preserve the last remaining West Coast transgressive dune system in New Zealand and the methods he has helped develop for weed management have become the template for the rest of the country. He has undertaken the science assessment at Kaiterete Spit and developed a plan to restore the site and has worked to solve urban erosion and changing sea level issues at St Kilda beach in Dunedin.

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Mr Hyde is a specialist scientific bird taxidermist, preserving and collecting data for thousands of ornithological specimens over a year career for all the major national museum research collections. He has provided his expertise in assisting with academic field research and to the identification of feathered Korowai. His efforts over the course of thirty years resulted in the establishment of legal falconry in New Zealand.

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She has supported local charities and schools by providing free or reduced-price stands at the market.

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She has co-led several ongoing community arts projects, including Metonymy, an arts collective initiating creative collaborations, and Funky Oriental Beats, a platform for Asian performing artists. He was a member of the organising committee and Head of Protocol for the Commonwealth Games held in Auckland.

He was Chef de Mission for the New Zealand Aquatic Team in Rome in , overseeing swimming, diving, water polo, and synchronised swimming. He represented swimming on the New Zealand Sports Assembly. He played a leading role in restructuring the sport of swimming, leading to the review of Swimming New Zealand in , at which point he was elected as President of Swimming New Zealand and concluded that term in