Honours: Commonwealth

 

 

ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

CMG

* Dr Carl Roberts. For public service.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE

* Winston Anthony Bailey. For services to Music.

MBE

* Vaughan Walter. For services to Cultural Arts.

BELIZE

CBE

* The Honourable Bernard Quentin Augustus Pitts. For his contribution to the Law and Public Service.

MBE

* Ms Anne Rebecca Gillett-Elrington. For services to the Belizean Diaspora and Medicine.

* Mrs Louise Bridget Lewis. For services to Education and to Community Development.

* Ludwig Lightburn. For services to Sports and to the community.

* His Worship Simeon Lopez, JP. For his contribution to Education and Public Service.

* Mrs Enelda Rosado. For services to Education and to Community Development.

COOK ISLANDS

DBE

* Ms Pauline Margaret Rakera George Karika (Mrs Ernest John Taripo), MBE. For services to the public and to the community.

OBE

* Tevai Vaka Matapo. For public service and services to the community.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

* Mrs Josephine Lockington. For services to the public and to the community.

GRENADA

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE

* Raymond Noel. For public service.

MBE

* Lennon Mapson. For services to Agribusiness.

* Llewellyn George Smith. For services to broadcasting.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

* Bertrand John. For services to Agriculture.

CROWN DEPENDENCIES - GUERNSEY

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE

* Kenneth Henry Tough. For services as Her Majesty's Greffier in Guernsey.

MBE

* Mrs Alison Jayne Merrien. For services to the sport of Bowls.

CROWN DEPENDENCIES - ISLE OF MAN

* Mrs Catherine Frances Christian. For services to Youth in the Isle of Man.

* Mrs Elaine Nancy Christian, JP. For services to the community in the field of Criminal Justice.

CROWN DEPENDENCIES - JERSEY

OBE

* Terence Augustine Le Sueur. For political service to the Island of Jersey.

MBE

* Mrs Anna Maria Langley. For services to Family Nursing and Home Care, and to the Nursing Profession.

SAINT CHRISTOPHER AND NEVIS

OBE

* Mrs Morlene Eselin Whittaker. For Public Service.

MBE

* Mrs Henrietta Dorothea Hector. For Public Service.

* Mrs Theresa Richardson. For services to Education and Public Service.

SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

CMG

* Mrs The Honourable Judith Stephanie Jones-Morgan. For services to the administration of Justice and the development of Law.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE

* Mrs Nicole Jacintha Bonadie-Baker. For services to education and the community.

* Godfred Timothy Pompey. For his contribution to National Security and Public Service.

MBE

* Herman Louis Belmar. For services to education and the environment.

* Murray Seyon Hadaway. For service to business and the community.

* Dwight Derrick Lewis. For services to the development of the Cadet Force and Disaster Preparedness.

SOLOMON ISLANDS

OBE

* Mrs Edith Mary Koete. For services to the Health Service, the Church and the community.

* Father Peter Noel Orudiana. For services to Education, Media, the Church and the community.

MBE

* Mrs Annie Marciala Saenemua. For public service, and services to the Church and the community.

* Edmund Sikua. For services to, and to the development of the Royal Solomon Islands Police.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

* Nathaniel Mosese. For services to the Royal Solomon Islands Police.

* Ms Gwen Ratu. For services to the educational development of the Royal Solomon Islands Police.

* John Magu Rove. For services to the Royal Solomon Islands Police.

* John Walenenea. For services to the Royal Solomon Islands Police.

QUEEN'S POLICE MEDAL

QPM

* Chris Laekalia. For services to the Royal Solomon Islands Police.

New Year Honours List 2012:
* Knights Bachelor
* Order of the Bath
* Royal Victorian Order, Royal Victorian Medal, and Colonial Police and Fire Service Medal
* Order of the British Empire, Civil - GBE, DBE, CBE
* Order of the British Empire, Civil - OBE
* Order of the British Empire, Civil - MBE
* Diplomatic Services and Overseas List
* Commonwealth
* Military Division
* Sundries

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