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Published 13/06/2015

Palace awaits Northern Ireland's finest.

Knights Bachelor

George Ivan Morrison. For services to the music industry and to tourism.

Companion of the Bath

William David Adams Haire. Permanent secretary, Department for Social Development. For services to government.

Commander of the British Empire

Robert Gribben Adair, chief executive, Belfast Harbour Commissioners. For services to the UK ports industry and voluntary service to business.

Order of the British Empire

Professor Kenneth Addley. Director of occupational health service, Northern Ireland Civil Service. For services to occupational health.

William Foster Caldwell. Honorary treasurer, Bryson Charitable Group. For services to the community.

Jennifer Hawthorne. Head of community cohesion, Northern Ireland Housing Executive. For services to housing.

Reverend Robert Herron. Lately chair, interim Western Education and Library Board. For services to education.

David John Johnston. For services to the community and to voluntary service in the built heritage sector.

William James Kerr. Assistant Chief Constable, Police Service of Northern Ireland. For services to policing and the community.

Conall Gerald MacLynn. Lately president, Appeals Tribunals Northern Ireland. For services to independent tribunals.

Professor Emeritus Roy Robert Alexander McConkey. For services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

John Mark McLean. Chief executive, Fold Housing Association Limited. For services to housing and the community.

Emer Marie Murnaghan. Head of business improvement, Graham Construction. For services to the civil engineering profession and further education.

Professor James Robert Nixon. For services to healthcare and the community.

John (Mark) Nodder. chairman and chief executive officer, Wrights Group. For services to the economy.

David Charles Surplus. Director, B9 Energy Group. For services to renewable energy.

David Glyndwr Wall, director of communications, policy and strategic support, Department for Social Development. For public service, particularly to communities

Dr Timothy David Wyatt. For services to the advancement of healthcare science and the community.

Members of the British Empire

John William Bamber. Tournament committee chairman, Royal Portrush Golf Club. For services to tourism.

Mr Hugh Barry Barr. Vice-president, Northern Ireland Ploughing Association. For services to ploughing.

Alderman John Robert Beggs. Councillor, Larne Borough Council. For services to local government.

Michael David Black. Chief financial officer, Aepona Ltd. For services to the Northern Ireland ICT industry.

Susan Dorothy Black. Senior lecturer, University of Ulster. For services to cross-community relations and education.

Peter Samuel Wilfrid Hunter Cooper. For services to broadcast journalism.

Samuel Henry Trevor Dale. Vice-chair, board of governors, Finaghy Primary School. For services to education.

Charles David Donnan. Vice principal, Down High School. For services to education.

Colin William Hagan. Managing director, Riverpark training and development. For services to vocational skills.

Valerie Elizabeth Haugh. Lately head, peripatetic support service, Belfast Education and Library Service.

Jennifer Ann Hobson. For services to young people in Northern Ireland through the NSPCC.

Philomena Hughes. Assistant director, mental health and older people services, Northern Health and Social Care Trust. For services to older people.

Agnes Kennedy. Governor, Castleroe Primary School. For services to education and charitable services.

Clifford Thomas Kennedy. Executive director, Oasis Caring in Action. For services to the community in Belfast.

William Thomas Kennedy. Councillor, Ballymoney Borough Council. For services to local government and motorcycle road racing.

William John Kernohan. For services to the bus industry.

Jessica Susan Kidd. For services to young people.

Gavin Alexander Kirkpatrick. Temporary chief inspector, Police Service of Northern Ireland. For services to policing and the community.

Andrew Bell Magowan. For services to economic development and to the community.

Marie Mallon. Lately director of human resources, Belfast and Social Care Trust. For services to health and social care.

William Robert Mayne. Joint chair and director, CDM Community Transport and chair, Shopmobility Cookstown and Dungannon. For services to rural transport and people with disabilities.

Lynn McBurney. Vice chair, board of governors, Moorfields Primary School and governor, Dunclug College. For services to education.

James Thomas McKelvey. Lately managing director, TerumoBCT. For services to the economy.

Eleanor (Martha) Mearns. For services to young people.

William Alexander Miller. For services to cricket and charity.

Alice Mills. Assistant housing services manager, Northern Ireland Housing Executive. For services to housing.

John James Monaghan. For services to sport administration.

Herbert John Park. For services to the community in Ballymena.

Trevor John Parkhill. Chairman, Hazelwood Integrated College. For services to education.

George Howard Robinson. MLA. Member of the Legislative Assembly for East Londonderry. For public and political service.

Eleanor Ross. Dementia strategy lead nurse consultant, Public Health Agency. For services to healthcare.

William James Shaw. District commissioner, West Belfast District Scout Council. For services to scouting.

George Crawford Shiels. Councillor, Magherafelt District Council. For services to local government and to the community.

Sue-Ann Steen. Chief Inspector, Police Service for Northern Ireland. For services to policing and community.

Jane Watt. Clinical lead, Physiotherapist Regional Cancer Centre and lymphoedema lead, Northern Ireland Lymphoedema Network. For services to physiotherapy and lymphoedema treatment.

William James Webb. Councillor, Newtownabbey Borough Council. For services to local government and the community.

British Empire Medal

Susanne Carol Anderson. For services to peace and reconciliation in Bushmills and Moyle area.

Timothy Anderson. For services to the community.

Joan Muriel Gladys Bell. For services to Performing Arts.

Eileen Margaret Caldwell. For services to charitable fundraising and the community in Portrush.

Sheila Collins. For services to the community in the Mournes

Carol Florence Doey. For services to the community in Cookstown.

Robert Kenneth Goodman. Bandmaster, Britannia Band. For services to music.

Laura Kathleen Greenaway. For services to young people and to the community.

Hilary Eleanor Halliday. Public Relations Officer, Newry and Mourne District Council. For services to local government.

Shirley Johnston. Sub-postmistress, Culkey, Co Fermanagh. For services to the Post Office and to the community in Culkey.

Matthew James Ivan Kee. For services to fundraising in Fermanagh and Trillick

Elizabeth Keys. For services to young people.

Mavis Sarah Eleanor Kirk. Administrative officer, Ministry of Defence. For services to defence and voluntary service.

John Laverty. Formerly field officer, South Eastern Education and Library Board. For services to young people.

Yuk Shan Lui. For services to cultural diversity and education.

Samuel James Malcolmson. For voluntary service to patients at Musgrave Park Hospital.

John David Marshall. For services to built heritage.

Mary McAlinden. For services to the community in Co Armagh.

Jarlath James Newman. Regimental sergeant major instructor, 2nd NI Battalion, Army Cadet Force. For services to young people and to the community.

Joseph Patrick Owens. For services to scouting in Co Fermanagh.

Andrew Joseph Patton. For services to the community in Sion Mills.

Margaret Ann Irene Robinson. Trustee, Fountainville Trust. For services to the scout movement.

Veronica Marian Rodgers. Officer, Western Education and Library Board. For services to young people.

Roberta Scott. For services to music in the community in Coleraine.

Marion Hope Sterrit. For voluntary services to the community.

Linda Watson. Coordinator, Caw/Nelson Drive Action Group, Londonderry.

Florence Dianne Wilson. Higher executive officer, Ministry of Defence. For services to defence and the community.

Samuel Oliver Young. For services to Alcoholics Anonymous in Castlederg.

Queen's Police Medal

Peter Wallace Galbraith. Detective Inspector, PSNI. For services to policing and the community.

George Ernest Craythorne Hamilton. Chief Constable, PSNI. For services to policing and the community.

Richard Gary McMullan. Sergeant, PSNI. For services to policing.

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