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BAHAMAS



ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE



Commander (CMG)



Mrs Anita Doreen Bernard. For services as a public officer.



(JR) Frederick A Hazlewood. For services to business.



Bishop Elgarnet Rahming. For services to Religion.



ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE



Officer (OBE)



Dr Robert O Antoni. For services to health and to the community.



George Cox. For services to civil and structural engineering. (Dudley, West Midlands)



Lowell Mortimer. For public service and services to the Church and to the community.



Harcourt Lowell Turnquest. For services as a public officer.



Member (MBE)



Basil Christe. For services to the community, education, Religion and to the Special Olympics.



Canon Fitz Goodridge. For services to Religion.



Cecil Bernard Longley. For services to education.



Mrs Sandra Moore. For services to the Church and to the community.



Fred Solomon Ramsey. For services to politics and to the insurance industry.



(SR) John L Rolle. For services to business.



Ms Edna Mae Russell. For services to education.



BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL



Ms Maria Forbes. For services to education.



(SR) Wendell Carver Grant. For services to civics and to Religion.



Doddridge MacLagan Hunt. For public service and services to the Church and to the community.



Ms Sheila McDonald. For public services and services to the community.



Oswald Cory Munnings. For services to the financial industry and to the Church.



The Reverend Wilbur St Outten. Clair. For services to Religion and to the community.



Arthur M Sherman. (Jr). For services to civics and to Religion.



Dennis Lloyd Turnquest. For services to politics, sport, business, insurance management and to the community.



QUEEN'S POLICE MEDAL



Shannondor Harold Evans. Assistant commissioner, Royal Bahamas Police Force.



Sylvester Augustus George. Formerly chief Superintendent, Royal Bahamas Police Force. For services as musician, arranger, conductor and administrator, Royal Bahamas Police Band.



ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA



ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE



Member (MBE)



Mrs Rosemarie V McMaster. For public service.



BELIZE



Officer (OBE)



Ignacio Federico Vega. For public and community service.



Member (MBE)



M Salvador Habet (Sr), JP. For services to business and to the community.



Simon Quan, JP. For services to business and to the community.



Lindsay Wade (Jr). For public service.



GRENADA



Officer (OBE)



George Anthony Richard Menezes. For services to business.



BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL



Dexter F Leggard. For services to youth and to culture.



Anthony Welsh. For services to the State.



PAPUA NEW GUINEA



KNIGHTS BACHELOR



Leonard Wilson Kamit, CBE. For services to the Bank of Papua New Guinea and to the management of the national monetary policy.



ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE



Knight Commander (KCMG)



The Rt Hon Sir Mekere Morauta. For services to the community, to the public service and to politics.



Commander (CMG)



The Most Rev Bishop Ambrose Kiapseni. For services to the Catholic Church as Bishop of Kavieng, and to the community of New Ireland.



ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE



Knights Bachelor (KBE)



Dr The Hon Puka Temu, CMG. For services to public administration, politics and the community.



(Commander) CBE



Peter Garth Johnson. For services to commerce, politics and to the East Sepik Province.



Dr Joseph Kaven. For services to health and medical research, particularly in infectious disease control.



Dr The Hon Allan S Marat, MP For services to law, national government and the East New Britain community.. (no address)



Jeffrey Charles Wall, OBE. For services to the Australia-Papua New Guinea relationship.



Officer (OBE)



Lawrence Samogoto Acanufa. For services to the government, the legal profession and to the community.



Henry Francis Evans. For services to education and to the community of the Sandaun Province.



Don Fox. For services to commerce, the community and sport.



The Rev Andrew Kalai. For services to the community, welfare services and to the Salvation Army.



David Webb Kanawi. For services to the community and to agricultural development.



Richard Emmanuel Kassman. For services to commerce, the International Education Agency and to Transparency International (PNG) Inc.



Sister Peter Mary Kennedy. For services to the Catholic Church, education and religious formation of women.



Friend Ila'ava Kini. For services to commerce and journalism.



The Rev Father Paul Mercieca. For services to the Catholic Church in West and East Sepik and the National Capital District.



Nelson Paulias. For services to public administration and tourism.



The Rt Rev Sommy Setu. For services to the community and to the Evangelical Lutheran Church.



Andrew Dallas Sterns, MBE. For services to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.



Simon Tosali. For public service, particularly as secretary of the Department of Treasury.



Member (MBE)



William Alu. For services to education and the community.



Mrs Linda Angai. For services to the Church and to healthcare.



Vere Arava. For services to business management and to the United Church.



Charlie Arua. For public service in Agriculture and Livestock.



Matthew Bine. For public service in the Correctional Services.



Stanley John Carswell. For services to the community through promoting Australia-Papua New Guinea relations.



Mrs Janetta Douglas. For services to commerce and charities, especially through helping people living with disabilities.



Sister Shirley Gallagher. For services to the Catholic Church and to education.



Ere Kariko. For services to public administration and to the legal profession.



Giossi Labi, QPM. For services to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.



Dr Samuel Boro Lahis. For public service in agriculture and livestock.



Blasius Loi. For services to agriculture and rural development.



The Rev Elisha Bob Lutu. For services to the community and to the Christian Life Centre.



Pius Mark. For services to the community and to the Mount Hagen Technical College.



Mrs Molly Asera Moihau. For public service in the correctional services.



Dr Rona Nibeta Nadile. For public service in the administration of employment and training.



Kapi Natto. For services to the community and the Prison Fellowship Papua New Guinea Council.



Sang Chung Poh. For services to commerce and to charities.



Simon Paul Poraituk. For services to the community and to the National Museum and Art Gallery.



Ms Rosemary Robertson. For services to the community, education and charitable organisations.



Jonathan Saing. For services to the community.



Sam Masakuman Tasion. For services to commerce and to the community.



Dominic Tomar. For public service in the correctional services.



Anthony Wagambie, QPM. For services to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.



Ms Lynn Wood. For services to education and to the Summer Institute of Linguistics.



IMPERIAL SERVICE ORDER



Tom Dangiaba. For public service.



Mervyn Gairi Sumpa. For public service.



BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL



Samson Andalu Anga. For services to education and to the Evangelical Church.



Siwok Apuai. For public service in the correctional services.



Kani Avaovao. For services to Village Court and to the community.



Francis Awuar. For services to education.



Habia Babe. For services to education and the Hela community.



Thomas Berum. For services to the community.



Ms Pukari Gerald. For public service in agriculture and livestock.



Mrs Iuki Gereson. For public service in the correctional services.



Solomon Hopkos. For public service.



Noke Kaiye. For services to the community.



Michael M Karapen. For services to the community and to sport.



Getru Kiagi. For services to rural healthcare.



Michael Koke. For services to the community.



Kiko Konto. For public service.



Yombi Kumbiye. For services to education and to the community.



Willie Kunauna. For services to the Church and to the community.



Kani Kut. For services to the community.



James Lembo. For public service.



Hariba Mamaea. For services to the Police Force and to the community.



Randolph Naembo. For services to the Police Force and to Government House.



Ms Jenny Nindil. For services to education and to the community.



Mrs Janet Gerea Pat Okirua. For services to the community and to education.



Pius Porifau. For public service in the correctional services.



Tauna Puka. For services to education and to the community.



Martin Sangon. For services to the community and to local level government.



Mrs Judy Tara. For public service in the correctional services.



Materua Taureka. For services to the community and to the United Church.



Anis Tiki. For services to the community.



Linus Tondrih. For public service.



Katop Tun. For services to education.



Boroba Benson Uware. For services to the community.



Thalavu Varaelea. For services to the community and to land mediation.



Mrs Nina Gani Verave. For public service in agriculture and livestock.



Pala Walo. For services to education and to the community.



Alung Wang. For services to the community.



John Wanoe. For services to the community and to the Foursquare Gospel Mission.



ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE



Officer (OBE)



Col Vagi Oala. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.



Member (MBE)



Maj P Guri Kaminiel. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.



Lt Col Peter Nugam. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.



Lt Col Carl Wrakonei. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.



BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL



Sgt Washington Banian. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.



WO Wanu Jonah Gegama. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.



WO Robert Kua. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.



Chief WO Michael Ntona. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.



Chief WO Linus Numiman. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.



SAINT LUCIA



ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE



Commander (CMG)



Edwin Pontien Joseph Laurent, OBE. For services to international relations and diplomacy.



ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE



Officer (OBE)



Cosmos Damian Richardson. For services to the nation and to the public sector.



Eldridge Stephens. For services to the community and small business development.



Member (MBE)



Monsignor Justin Albert Dowling Barthelmy. For services to the Catholic Church in St Lucia.



Jeff Eyre Titus Elva. For services to music and to the disabled community.



Mrs Joan Alexander Stowe. For services to the tourism industry.



Horace Denis Walters. For services to the fisheries sector.



BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL



Ms Martha Francis-Biscette. For services to the Girl Guide movement.



Ms Verena Marcelle Felicien. For services to sport in the field of women's cricket.



David Hutchinson. For services to tourism and to the transportation sector.



Ms Benedicte Martha Nelson. For services to the Scout movement.



Gilbert John Popo. For services to agriculture.



SOLOMON ISLANDS



ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE



Officer (OBE)



Lawrence Foanaota. For services to the National Museum and to the community.



Benjamin Dede Maenu. For public service in the field of medicine.



Member (MBE)



Solo Hankee Lai. For services to commerce and to the community.



Sam Drummond Manekeha. For services in community policing.



Jack Houopa Sunaiano. For services to the Government, the community and the Church.



BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL



Eric Aroti Bako. For services to the Government, the community and the Church.



QUEEN'S POLICE MEDAL



Deputy Commissioner Walter Kola. Royal Solomon Island Police Force.



Robert Piringisau. For services to the Royal Solomon Island Police Force.



TUVALU



ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE



Officer (OBE)



Solofa Uota. For public service and services to the community.



Member (MBE)



Taulu Isaako. For public service and services to the community.



Saaga Kine. For services to the community.



Fauoa Maani. For public service and services to the community.



BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

Mrs Lovine Anelu. For services to the community.



Mrs Samola Puga. For services to the community.



Senitima Saitala. For services to the community.

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