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Pride of Northern Ireland: More than 80 New Year Honours recipients

The recipients and the medals they have been bestowed with in latest round of New Year Honours revealed today

Order of the Companions of Honour

Dame Mary Elizabeth Peters DBE for services to sport and to the community in Northern Ireland.

Order of the British Empire Knights Bachelor

Professor Richard Robert Barnett, Vice-Chancellor, University of Ulster. For services to higher education and business in Northern Ireland.

Companion of the order CBE QPM

Matthew David Baggott (pictured right). Lately Chief Constable, Police Service of Northern Ireland. For Services to Policing in the United Kingdom.

Order of the British Empire

Commanders of the British Empire (CBE)

Nigel Wallace Boyd Dunlop For services to business and the economy in Northern Ireland

Patricia Lewsley-Mooney. Commissioner for Children and Young People. For services to children's rights in Northern Ireland.

Patrick Sean Maguire, governing governor, Maghaberry Prison, Department of Justice. For public Service to the NI Prison Service.

Order of the British Empire

Officers of the British Empire OBE

Elizabeth Armour. Inspector, Education and Training Inspectorate Department of Education, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to education in NI.

Joan Baird. Board member, Clanmil Housing Association Ltd. For services to housing and the community in Northern Ireland.

James Richard Wesley Boyce. For his services to football in Northern Ireland.

Judge John Joseph Curran. For services to the judiciary and the community in Northern Ireland.

Dr John Damien Fay. Director, College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Enterprise, Northern Ireland Executive. Services to agri-food education.

Officer of the order of the british empire (OBE)

David Boyd Guilfoyle. Chief executive, Youth Council for Northern Ireland. For services to the community, particularly young people in Belfast.

Leslie Hughes for services to the insurance industry and to the community in Northern Ireland.

Maud Kells. Nurse, WEC International. For services to people in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Séamus Magee. Head of office, Electoral Commission in Northern Ireland. For services to democracy.

Mary Margaret Geraldine McGahey. Chief executive, Larne Borough Council. For services to local government

Daniel McSorley. Chief executive, Omagh District Council and Interim chief executive, Strabane District Council. For services to local government.

Dr Anne Philomena Murray. Principal, Oakgrove Integrated Primary and Nursery School. For services to education.

Prof Kenneth Richard Seddon. Director, Queen's University Ionic Liquid Laboratories (QUILL), Queen's University Belfast. For services to chemistry.

Henry Campbell Tweedie. Chair, Northern Ireland Meat Exporters' Association. For services to the red meat industry and the community in Northern Ireland.

Order of the British Empire

Members of the British Empire (MBE)

Elizabeth Adger, Member, Ballymena Borough Council. For services to local government and young people in Northern Ireland.

William Alexander Fraser Agnew, Alderman, Newtownabbey Borough Council. For services to local government and cross-border relations.

Henry Anthony Armstrong. Engineering technician, Department for Regional Development, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to transport and charitable fundraising.

Thomas Baxter. Fundraiser, Leukaemia and Lymphoma NI. For services to leukaemia research.

Rosemond Margaret Baxter. Fundraiser, Leukaemia and Lymphoma NI. For services to leukaemia research.

Agnes Barbara Dunlop Brand. Foundation stage co-ordinator, Enniskillen Model Primary School. For services to education and the community in Northern Ireland.

Gerard Majella Broderick. For services to justice and to the community in NI.

Anthony Byrne. For services to gymnastics in Northern Ireland.

Dr Audrey Elizabeth Arlene Cassidy. Chief executive, Autism NI. For services to people with autism in NI.

Patricia Majella Cunningham. Leader, Dominican at Orana Preschool, Newry. For services to pre-school education in Northern Ireland.

Margaret Jean Davidson. For services to the community in the City and County of Londonderry.

Ferris Herbert Dennison. For voluntary service to the Northern Ireland Kidney Research Fund.

Geoffrey William James Dunn. Principal, Ballysally Primary School, Coleraine. For services to education and the community in NI.

Margaret Eyden. Border Force, Home Office. For services to border safety in the UK, especially Northern Ireland.

Dr Mary Patricia Flynn. Head of knowledge transfer partnerships and business networks, Queen's University Belfast. For services to higher education in NI.

Hugh John Simpson Gibson. For political service to the DUP and to the community in NI

Roisin Goodwin. Research and development budget and compliance Manager, Invest NI. For services to research and development

Sheila Eileen Elizabeth Graham. For services to victims and witnesses of crime in Northern Ireland.

William James Greer. Head, training organisation, South Eastern Regional College. For services to education in NI.

Deric Armstrong Henderson, lately editor, Press Association Ireland. For services to journalism in NI.

Veteran PA reporters are honoured 

Helen Dorothy Lindsay. Staff officer, Department for Employment and Learning, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to freedom of information and voluntary service in Belfast and abroad.

Florence Mairs. Principal, Straid Primary School, Ballyclare. For services to education and the community in Co Antrim.

Celine McCartan. Deputy director (head of corporate and support Services), South West College. For services to further education in NI.

The Rev Ronald McCracken. For humanitarian services to children and young adults overseas.

Brendan Joseph McCusker. Principal, St Mary's Primary School, Maguiresbridge. For services to education in NI.

John McLaughlin. Member, Omagh District Council. For services to local government and to the community in Omagh, Co Tyrone.

Maurice Turtle Mills. Member, Ballymena Borough Council. For services to local government.

William Patterson. Chair, board of governors, Dromore Central Primary and Dromore High Schools. For services to education in NI.

Pearl Marion Woodburn. Lately principal of Strathfo yle Nursery School. For services to primary education and to the community in Co Londonderry.

 

Order of the British Empire

British Empire Medal (BEM)

Liam Denis Broderick. For services to the community in Northern Ireland.

Michael Thomas Campbell. For services to charitable fundraising.

Andrew Cornett Clint. Chairman, Armagh Police Voluntary Welfare Group. For services to the community in Armagh

Margaret Mary Couchman.For services to the community in Belfast.

Ellison Elizabeth Craig, chair, Stranmillis Residents' Association. For services to the community in Belfast.

Rachael Davison, centre manager, Walkway Community Association. For services to the community in east Belfast.

William Dickson. For services to the community in Northern Ireland.

Wilma IsobelErskine-Heggarty, club secretary and manager, Royal Portrush Golf Club. For services to Northern Ireland tourism and to golf.

Anna Margaret Glass. For voluntary service to Ardstraw Parish Church and the community in Newtownstewart.

Robert Graham. Missionary, Belfast City Mission. For voluntary services to the community in Northern Ireland.

Louise Sarah Ruth Greer. For services to Riding for the Disabled in Coleraine and Meningitis UK.

Margaret Gurney. For services to the community in Antrim and Ballymena.

Christopher Hagan. For services to the community in Killyleagh, Co Down.

John Hughes, chairman, Newtownabbey Police Voluntary Welfare Group. For services to police welfare in Northern Ireland.

Maureen Raye Hume. For services to charity fundraising and to the community in Northern Ireland.

Pearl Margaret Mary Elizabeth Hutchnson. Chair, Kilrea Local History Group. For services to the community in Kilrea, Coleraine.

John Kelly. For voluntary services to Mountpottinger Methodist Church and to the community in east Belfast.

Henry Douglas Lamont. For voluntary services to Upperlands Community Development Ltd, Maghera.

Robert Oliver Madine. For services to swimming in Northern Ireland.

Joseph Edward McLaughlin. For services to charity in Eglinton and Londonderry.

David William Aaron McQuigg.Secretary and director of youth football, Fivemiletown United Football Club. For services to sport In Northern Ireland.

Mary Margaret Mitchell. Fundraising volunteer and divisional vice-president, NSPCC NI. For services to charitable fundraising.

David John Monaghan. Company secretary and director, Fermanagh Community Transport. For services to rural transport in Northern Ireland.

Lawrence Spence Murphy. For services to sport and to the community in Northern Ireland.

Dennis Stafford Nash For services to the community and charity in Newtownards.

Elizabeth Sweetlove Orr. Manager, Fairhaven Residential Home. For services to the community in Belfast.

Shane Quinn. Organiser and debate chair, Northern Ireland Schools Debating Competition. For services to young people in Northern Ireland.

Leslie Alexander Shiels. For services to the Scout movement and to the community in Northern Ireland.

Willam Herbert Derek Short. For voluntary service to the community in Northern Ireland.

Leonard Totton, mail room porter, Queen's University, Belfast. For services to higher education in Northern Ireland.

Robert Earley Watson. Member, Lisburn Rugby Club. For services to sport in Northern Ireland.

Queen's Police Medal (QPM)

George Elliott Simon McNee, for services to the community in Northern Ireland.

Sgt Thomas Stevenson, for services to policing and the community in Northern Ireland

D/Insp Stephen Wilson, for services to policing and the community in Northern Ireland.

Queen's Fire Service Medal (QFSM)

Dale Anthony Ashford assistant chief fire officer, Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service. For services to public safety.

MBE for Belfast's gold medal boxer Paddy Barnes

Baggott knighted for PSNI work

Case of art imitating life as dame plays Queen

Tower poppies creators honoured

NY honours for Syal and Watson

Corden 'overwhelmed' by his OBE

Collins 'humbled' over dame honour

Palace trip for stage queen Kristin

Probe into leaking of honours list 

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