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The full list of Northern Ireland recipients for 2019 New Year Honours

Superintendent Brian Kee of the PSNI who received a Queen’s Police Medal
Superintendent Brian Kee of the PSNI who received a Queen’s Police Medal

Order of the British Empire: Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

Nicholas David George Coburn. For services to the economy in Northern Ireland.

Dr Bryan Keating. For services to economic development in NI.

Prof David Noel Livingstone. For services to scholarship in geography, history of science and intellectual history.

Dr William James McBride. For services to rugby union.

Prof John Christopher McCrudden. For services to human rights law.

Edward Mark McGuckin. For services to the criminal justice system in Northern Ireland.

Order of the British Empire: Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

Malcolm Howard Beatty. For services to the natural environment.

Prof Anne Carlisle. For services to higher education and the regional economy.

Patrick Joseph Doherty. For services to the transformation of the Titanic Quarter site, Belfast.

Carol Ann Graham. For services to justice in Northern Ireland.

Henry Gregg. For services to football.

Charles John Henning. For services to agriculture.

Deirdre Houston. For services to integrated education in Randalstown.

Brian Ingram, For services to vulnerable children and adults in custody.

Alma Mary Loughrey. For services to children in early years education in Northern Ireland.

Adrian McAllister. For services to policing, criminal justice and child protection.

Prof James Charles McElnay. For services to higher education and pharmacy.

Marie Roulston. For services to healthcare and young people.

Order of the British Empire: Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

Peter Newton Acheson. For services to the voluntary and community sector.

Andrew Joseph David Allen. For services to veterans and their families in Northern Ireland.

Maureen Allen. For services to the community in Ballymena.

Declan George Billington. For services to economic development in Northern Ireland.

Zoe Alexandra Boreland. For services to midwifery.

Alan Boyd. For services to the community in Belfast.

Sarah Roberta Brownlee. For services to health and social care and charitable fundraising.

Melanie Elaine Christie-Boyle. For services to the economy in Northern Ireland.

William Harold Connor. For services to education.

Celine Collette Craig. For services to the community in Londonderry.

Derek Andrew Crawford. For services to rugby union.

Henry James Crawford. For services to the Northern Ireland food and hospitality sectors.

Patricia Louise Donald. For services to older people in Northern Ireland.

Thomas Watters Perry Donaldson. For services to the Boys' Brigade, lay magistracy and education.

William Nigel Dougherty. Principal, Ebrington Primary School. For services to primary education and the community in Londonderry.

Colin Harding. For services to the community in Northern Ireland.

Frances Hardy. For services to the St John Ambulance Service.

Hugh Mervyn Herron. For services to the Royal Scottish Pipe Band Association Northern Ireland.

Rosemary Frances Leech. For services to policing and the community in Northern Ireland.

Jacqueline Locke (Gorman). For services to social housing.

Thomas Ernest Long. For services to education.

Dr Christopher John Lynn. For services to archaeology and heritage in Northern Ireland.

Gareth Gerald McAuley. For services to football in Northern Ireland.

Imelda Mary McGucken. For services to nursing and palliative care in Northern Ireland.

Dr Neil Edward McKittrick. For services to humanitarianism and international relations and the community in Northern Ireland.

Pairic O'Brien. For services to occupational therapy and housing for people with disabilities.

Claire Louise O'Hanlon. For services to people affected by Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

Wilfred Pyper. For services to musical theatre and drama in Northern Ireland.

Mary Roulston. For services to education.

Sheila Elizabeth Simons (Boden). For services to social care and protection of women and children.

Gerard Skelton. For services to young people and community cohesion in Northern Ireland.

Heather Carolyn Smart. For services to the advancement of women in the fire and rescue service.

Finlay Spratt. For public service and charity.

Elizabeth Ann Weir. For services to the arts and education.

Jacqueline Weir. For services to the community in North Belfast.

Order of the British Empire: Medallist of the Order of the British Empire (BEM)

James Anderson. For services to education.

Stephen John Baxter. For services to football in Northern Ireland.

Eithne Marian Begley. For services to the Youth Justice System and young people in custody.

Evelyn Elizabeth Bennett. For services to charity.

Margaret Wilson Brown. For services to young people in Ballymena.

Anthony Richard Clarke. For services to badminton in NI.

Thomas Martin Dillon. For public and charitable services.

Elizabeth Eileen Doherty. For services to palliative and terminal care in Castlederg and West Tyrone.

Robert Norman Espie. For voluntary service to ceremonial duties and remembrance.

Dr John Stuart Faulkner. For services to conservation and grass breeding in Northern Ireland.

James Ferguson. For services to local government and the community in Northern Ireland.

Elizabeth Fielding. For services to Foyle Child Contact Centre, Londonderry.

Daniel Joseph Gallagher. For services to football and community cohesion in Sion Mills.

Elizabeth Jane Glass. For services to music.

James Lowry Grant. For services to the community in County Antrim.

Desmond John Gregg. For services to the community in Craigavon.

David Henry Hammerton. For services to police and military families and the community in NI.

Jemima (Ina) Henry. For services to the Northern Ireland Hospice and Children's Hospice.

Muriel Irwin. For services to diabetes care and the community in County Tyrone.

Hugh Kennedy. For services to the community and Young People in Londonderry.

David Edward Knox. For services to policing and the community in Northern Ireland.

Robert Leonard Lingwood. For services to the community in County Tyrone.

George Henry McAlpin. For services to the tourism industry.

Jane Alison McAlpin. For services to the tourism industry.

Anne Marie McComb. For services to forestry and to red squirrel conservation.

Glenda Rodgers McCormick. For services to the community in Bushmills, County Antrim.

Joseph Gabriel McCurry. For services to the community in Dungannon.

William Joseph McKelvey. For services to the community in County Tyrone.

William Frederick Francis Mills. For services to the Royal British Legion and the community in Coleraine.

Colin Andrew Moffett. For services to local government.

Sharon Patterson. For voluntary services to mental health support.

Leonard Francis Quigg. For services to the community in NI.

Gretta Reid. For voluntary services to first aid and the community in Cookstown, County Tyrone.

Joanne Elizabeth Rock. For services to People with Breast Cancer.

Ernest Carson Smyth. For public service.

Gwen Katherine Smyth. For services to education.

Sarah Renee Starbuck. For services to higher education.

Eveline Margaret Strange. For services to foster care in Northern Ireland.

Teresa White. For charitable and voluntary services to the community in NI.

Peter Wilson. For services to community cohesion in Northern Ireland through music.

Ross Logan Hayes Wilson. For services to charity and under privileged communities in Northern Ireland.

Queen's Police Medal (QPM)

Billy Cross. Detective Inspector, PSNI

Brian Thomas Kee. Superintendent, PSNI.

Kimberly Hegarty. Detective Constable, PSNI.

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