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Bloomfield gets a knighthood – full New Year’s Honours List

New Years Honours List 2023 news

The government has announced the 183 recipients of New Year’s Honours. The full list is published below.

DNZM: To be Dames Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit

  • Miranda Catherine Millais Harcourt, ONZM – For services to the screen industry and theatre
  • Professor Farah Rangikoepa Palmer, ONZM – For services to sport, particularly rugby
  • Dr Janice Claire Wright – For services to the State and the environment

KNZM: To be Knights Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit

  • Dr Ashley Robin Bloomfield – For services to public health
  • Markus Dunajtschik – For services to philanthropy
  • Dr Haare Mahanga Te Wehinga Williams, MNZM, JP – For services to Māori, literature and education

CNZM: To be Companions of the New Zealand Order of Merit

  • Michael Francis Barnett, ONZM – For services to business
  • Hamish Bryon Bond, MNZM – For services to rowing
  • Dr Bruce Donald Campbell – For services to plant and food research
  • Professor Helen Victoria Danesh-Meyer – For services to ophthalmology
  • Leigh Helen Gibbs, ONZM – For services to netball
  • Trevor Horowaewae Maxwell, MNZM – For services to Māori and local government
  • Paul Te Poa Karoro Reginald Morgan, QSO – For services to Māori and business
  • Eric Gordon Murray, MNZM – For services to rowing
  • Emeritus Professor David Gerard Simmons – For services to tourism and tertiary education
  • Kereyn Maree Smith, MNZM – For services to sports governance
  • Lisa Tumahai – For services to Māori development
  • Mititaiagimene Young Vivian – For services to Niue
  • Kaa Kataraina Kathleen Williams, QSO – For services to Māori and education
  • Tawhirimatea Te Auripo Rewita Williams, MNZM – For services to Māori and education

ONZM: To be Officers of the New Zealand Order of Merit

  • Michèle Edith A’Court – For services to the entertainment and comedy industries
  • Martin Ranfurly Bennett – For services to the environment and the community
  • Elizabeth Anne Caldwell – For services to the arts
  • Barry John Clark, QSM, JP – For services to the Royal New Zealand Returned and Services Association
  • Dr Bruce Dudley Clarkson – For services to ecological restoration
  • Grant Cleland – For services to disabled people
  • Paul Daniel Coll – For services to squash
  • Professor Emerita Jennie Lynne Connor – For services to alcohol harm reduction
  • John Terence Darby – For services to wildlife conservation and science
  • Brian Patrick Donnelly – For services to social housing
  • Deputy Commissioner Glenn Murray Dunbier – For services to the New Zealand police and the community
  • Nathan Edward Fa’avae – For services to adventure racing, outdoor education and the Pacific community
  • David Rodney Fane – For services to the performing arts
  • Grahame Boston Fong – For services to powerlifting
  • Dr Natalie Joan Gauld – For services to pharmacy and health
  • Joanne Lisa Gibbs – For services to public health
  • Cindy Leigh Johns – For services to people with learning disabilities
  • Ian Keith MacEwan – For services to addiction services
  • Beryl Te Haumihiata Mason – For services to Māori language education
  • Waihaere Joseph Mason, MNZM – For services to Māori and education
  • Professor Rangiānehu Matamua – For services to Māori astronomy
  • Anita Jane Mazzoleni – For services to corporate governance
  • Bernard Joseph McKone – For services to the pharmaceutical sector
  • Janine Rania Morrell-Gunn – For services to children’s television and the community
  • Don Edward Mortensen – For services to the prevention of sexual harm
  • Pānia Christine Papa – For services to Māori language education and broadcasting
  • Khoa Dang (Mitchell) Pham – For services to the technology sector and New Zealand-Asia relations
  • Professor Edwina Pio – For services to ethnic communities
  • Christine Anne Rogan – For services to alcohol harm reduction
  • Nicola Maree Smith-Guerin – For services to anaesthesiology
  • Dr Apisalome Sikaidoka Talemaitoga – For services to health and the Pacific community
  • Lisa-Jane Taouma – For services to Pacific arts and the screen industry
  • Charles Richard Veitch – For services to wildlife conservation
  • Dr Kathleen Joy Walker – For services to wildlife conservation
  • Peter Muru Edward Walters – For services to touch rugby
  • Paula Mapuna Werohia-Lloyd – For services to Māori and business
  • Kenneth Michael Williams – For services to governance and the community
  • Te Puea Pekerangi Eileen Winiata – For services to Māori and health

MNZM: To be Members of the New Zealand Order of Merit

  • Dr Hafsa Ahmed – For services to ethnic communities and women
  • Wendy Allison – For services to drug harm reduction
  • Dr John Douglas Armstrong – For services to Māori health
  • David Wallace Bain – For services to health and the community
  • Priscilla June Baken – For services to midwifery
  • Dr Timothy Robert Bevin – For services to health
  • Carlton Paul Bidois – For services to the environment and Māori-Crown relations
  • Hoana Mere Burgman – For services to Māori and environmental governance
  • Dr Heather Anne Came-Friar – For services to Māori, education and health
  • Malcolm James Campbell – For services to local government and the community
  • Lloyd Russell Chapman – For services to the community and heritage rose preservation
  • David Christopher Chapple – For services to the community and heritage preservation
  • Brian Raymond Coffey – For services to people with disabilities
  • Dr Gina Annette Cole – For services to literature
  • Catherine Mary Cornish – For services to the performing arts
  • Carlotta Brigid Dann – For services to addiction advocacy
  • Professor Christine Margaret Davies – For services to education
  • Dale Winifred Farrar – For services to the State
  • Father Paulo Sagato Filoialii – For services to the Pacific community
  • Bruce James Ford, JP – For services to the community
  • Ruth Beatrice Gerzon – For services to community development and social justice
  • Tony John Gray, JP – For services to education
  • Albert Christopher Grinter – For services to education and Māori
  • Phillip Ross Halse – For services to local government and the community
  • Sefita ‘Alofi Hao’uli – For services to Tongan and Pacific communities
  • Christina Angela Hape – For services to Māori and governance
  • Anna Maree Harrison – For services to netball and volleyball
  • Ian Robert Archibald Hastie – For services to education
  • Paul Leslie Hodge, JP – For services to the hospitality industry
  • John Maxwell Inger – For services to education
  • Dayle Olive Jackson – For services to education and sport
  • Penelope Jane Jackson – For services to art crime research and visual arts
  • Mohamed Abdi Jama – For services to the Muslim community
  • Tina Maria Jones – For services to suicide prevention and mental health
  • Lakiloko Tepae Keakea – For services to Tuvaluan art
  • Marilyn Rhonda Kohlhase – For services to Pacific arts and education
  • Debra Joy Lampshire – For services to mental health
  • Dr Alana Marissa Lopesi – For services to the arts
  • Stanislaw Manterys – For services to refugees and the Polish community
  • Dr Paul Allan Maunder – For services to the arts and the community
  • Felorini Ruta McKenzie – For services to Pacific education
  • Richard Mark McNamara – For services to Fire and Emergency New Zealand and emergency management
  • Senior Sergeant Clifford Gordon Metcalfe – For services to the New Zealand police and Search and Rescue
  • Betty-Anne Maryrose Monga – For services to music
  • Henriette Michel Nakhle, QSM – For services to the Lebanese community
  • Melony Robin O’Connor – For services to basketball
  • Jocelyn Jane O’Donnell – For services to business and community development
  • Sullivan Luao Paea – For services to youth
  • Corey Nathan Peters – For services to sit-skiing
  • Nico Porteous – For services to snow sports
  • Russell John Postlewaight – For services to Fire and Emergency New Zealand
  • Rita Keka Powick – For services to Māori, education and governance
  • Shirleen Vinita Lata Prasad – For services to addiction services and the South Asian community
  • Helen Ngairie Rasmussen – For services to Māori and conservation
  • Rosanna Marie Raymond – For services to Pacific art
  • Bonnie Jane Robinson – For services to seniors and social services
  • Christopher Stephen Rooney – For services to education
  • Reweti Ratu Ropiha – For services to Māori health
  • Zoi Katherine Sadowski-Synnott – For services to snow sports
  • Jennifer Robyn Shattock, QSM, JP – For services to local government and economic development
  • Sarah (Sally) Margaret Shaw – For services to nursing
  • Dr Gregory Howard Sherley – For services to conservation
  • Dr Jane Elizabeth Skeen – For services to children with cancer
  • Cheryl Smith – For services to rugby
  • Margaret Teresa Tai Rākena – For services to victims of sexual violence and the community
  • John Maxwell Tait – For services to education and Māori
  • Dr Amama Bagem Thornley – For services to health
  • Charles Beswick Wilkinson – For services to arts governance and the community

The Queen’s Service Order QSO: To be Companions of the Queen’s Service Order

  • John Robert Dobson – For services to people with disabilities
  • Dr Caroline Ann McElnay – For services to public health
  • Kura Te Rangi Moeahu – For services to Māori and the arts
  • Hayden Paul Waretini Wano – For services to Māori health

The Queen’s Service Medal QSM

  • Naomi Ruth Baker-Wenley – For services to opera
  • Margaret Anne Bourke – For services to the community
  • Rodger Henry Brickland – For services to athletics
  • Brendan Sean Butler – For services to Fire and Emergency New Zealand
  • Geoffrey Denis Clews – For services to the arts and the community
  • Maurice James Cowie – For services to Search and Rescue
  • Trevor Michael Crosbie, JP – For services to Fire and Emergency New Zealand
  • Rosemary Jane Ensor – For services to the community
  • Kinaua Bauriri Ewels – For services to the Kiribati community
  • Lynore Ann Farry – For services to the community
  • George Rafton Flavell – For services to Māori culture and heritage preservation
  • Matthew Vincent Frost – For services to people with autism
  • Galumalemana Fetaiaimauso Marion Galumalemana – For services to the Pacific community
  • James William Gordon – For services to the community
  • Hana Melania Halalele – For services to Pacific health
  • Clyde Harris Hamilton – For services to the community and heritage preservation
  • Afife Skafi Harris – For services to migrant communities
  • Eileen Margaret Jean Harvey-Thawley – For services to Fire and Emergency New Zealand and the community
  • James Richard Strachan Higham – For services to rugby and education
  • Barbara Noeline Jeffries – For services to equestrian sport and war commemoration
  • Judith Ann Johnson, JP – For services as a Justice of the Peace
  • Teurukura Tia Kekena – For services to the Cook Islands and Pacific communities
  • Carol Anne Martin – For services to the community and netball
  • Kevin James McComb – For services to cycling
  • Agnes (Nancy) McCulloch McShane – For services to women and pay equity
  • Karen Anne Morris – For services to the community
  • Kenneth Michael Morris – For services to the community
  • Nanai Pati Muaau – For services to Pacific health
  • Euon Graham Murrell, JP – For services to the community
  • Reverend Woo Taek Nam – For services to the Korean community
  • Lomia Kaipati Semaia Naniseni – For services to the Tokelau community
  • James Allan Ngarewa, JP – For services to the community and education
  • Gavin Russell Alan Nicol – For services to veterans
  • Yong Rahn Park – For services to the Korean community
  • Linda Susan Rutland – For services to the community
  • Ma’a Brian Sagala – For services to Pacific communities
  • Mamaitaloa Sagapolutele – For services to education and the Pacific community
  • Ian Rankin Smith, JP – For services to civil defence and the community
  • Patricia Isabel Smith – For services to the community
  • Donald Bruce Thomas – For services to the community and the legal profession
  • Muriel Patricia Tondi – For services to the Italian community and language education
  • Mavis Emlen Tweedie – For services to the community
  • Kevin Victor Watkins – For services to the community and New Zealand-China relations
  • Helen Whittaker – For services to art and the community
  • Robin Young – For services to the community

Honorary

  • Tofilau Nina Kirifi-Alai – For services to education and the Pacific community
  • Tuifa’asisina Kasileta Maria Lafaele – For services to Pacific health
  • Nemai Divuluki Vucago – For services to Fijian and Pacific communities
  • Kyo Jin Yun – For services to the Korean community

The New Zealand Antarctic Medal NZAM

  • Nigel John Watson – For services to Antarctic heritage preservation

The New Zealand Distinguished Service Decoration DSD

  • Captain Brendon John Clark – For services to the New Zealand Defence Force
  • Serviceman L – For services to the New Zealand Defence Force
  • Sergeant Hayden Peter Smith – For services to the New Zealand Defence Force

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25 COMMENTS

  1. Sir Ashley…

    Goes to show that selling death and illness to the citizens of New Zealand has its reward. He should enjoy it while he can before someone catches up with him and rams it down his throat..!

  2. Enjoy the noddy badges guys 👏👏😒

    Vaccine mandates ✅

    Soaring inflation ✅

    Cost of living crisis ✅

    Cancelled Bill of rights ✅

    Medical & environmental authoritarianism ✅

    “Inexplicably” high excess mortality ✅

    You EXPERTS™️ truly made New Zealand a better place to live! You deserve the obnoxious victory lap and fart-sniffing parties to come. Us commoners will just stay down here, trying to keep our families fed.

    • Wrong! Us commoners will take ACTION! Scum like this one will not be able to walk freely our country without running a gauntlet..

  3. …just as bad as ‘Sir’ John Key, who destroyed the livlihoods of many working in the false Finance Industry…
    And many other psychopaths who have bowled over others and have stolen their valor for their work whilst claiming the same as their ‘own’!!!
    THAT’s why the ‘Team Builder Concept’ in business, finance, real estate and education is promoted, allowed and tolerated; so that those ‘in the know’ get the credit for the work of others who are judged by the PTB as ‘unworthy’ and receive nothing!!!

  4. This is not a reward in any critical thinkers mind .Knighthoods are bullshit awards given to parasites by bigger parasites,and the slaves lap up the whole farce and it lets them worship the greatness of their faith-based religion of statism

  5. Well wel well, with the news coming out of Australia that the TGA knew something was wrong with certain ‘Covid 19 vaccine’ batches but keep using them is a revelation. But not to the ‘antivaxxers who ‘told you so’ which exonerates them. The NZ Govt also knew about this – you know why ? Because they crossed the line into Infanticidal Genocide when they paid ‘hush money’ to the parents of children who died from the jab. They knew damn well what was killing those poor innocent children. But their biggest crime was to keep pushing coercing mandating and criminalising everyone to take the jab as ‘safe and effective’ when it was clearly not. Bloomfield Ardern and all their minions have violated the ‘Nuremburg Codes’ making them guilty of ‘Crimes Against Humanity’. They all need to hang.

  6. Who cares?
    NZ, a vassal colony of the US and globalists, is run by agents such as Jabby. Minions such as Ashley, with no soul Satanistic agents, are rewarded by the Agents for holding the line for globalist vassal state.
    Sinners will be punished eventually.

  7. A knighthood? For Bloomfield? Really? It doesn’t suit you Ashley, no you deserve a rope necklace. Not just any old rope necklace, the kind of rope necklace that stretches the neck, makes your lovely eyes bigger and more pronounced. The rope necklace that turns your pretty face a lovely shade of dark crimson, you know the rope necklace that takes your breath away. Quite the kick in the guts for you Ashley.. a skungy knighthood instead of a very pretty and most beautiful rope necklace, that most nzders wanted to see on you! Never mind if the government doesn’t think you deserve a rope necklace and refuses to give you one… you can count on us we the people will make damn sure you do!!!

  8. Since when do mass murderers get Knighthoods?
    This is insane, so evil, sick and twisted.

    Only under Arderrs dictatorship would a traitor to humanity and a person guilty of atrocities
    against humanity be classed as some kind of saint…
    Then in the circles he is in he would be.
    Look what he allowed himself to be used for.
    I don’t know how he can even live with himself.

    Having a knighthood won’t protect him from being taken down with the rest of the scum.
    Murdering b******s are laughing at us, just another one of their insults to our intelligence.
    We the people will have the last laugh, we are not all dead at their hands just yet……
    .

  9. Jimmy Savile was given a knighthood too for his ‘goodly works’.

    Also not forgetting of course the notorious war criminal and covid-cultist Sir Tony Blair.

  10. The world has gone mad, next minute we will be awarding Hitler a posthumous Nobel Peace prize.

    Ashley should be in jail for being the paid off liar that he is. Christian my arse…….you’re a disciple of the devil Ashley and you know it. How do you live with yourself every day?

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