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New Year Honours 2000 Saturday, 30 December, 2000, 00:07 GMT
Commonwealth honours

BARBADOS

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE
Michael Robert Clarke. For service to the field of medicine.
Alan David Grant Hutchinson. For service to manufacturing.

OBE
Mrs Phyllis Austin Doreen Alleyne. For service to education.
Harold Lloyd Vincent Griffith. For public service.

MBE
Colin Ollievierre Leroy Deane. For service in the field of cricket.
The Rev Laurence George Small. For service to religion and the public.

BELIZE

CBE
John Lewis Charles Crump. For services to the community.

OBE
Brig Gen Robert Sydney Garcia. For service to Belize.
Francis Usher. For service to Belize.

MBE
Benjamin Nicholas. For services to the Arts.
Francis Reneau. For service in the field of music.
Mrs Joan Louise Ellenstein Samuels. For services to education and the community.
Gilvano Reynaldo Swasey. For services to the Arts.

COOK ISLANDS

KBE
Dr Pupuke Robati, OBE. For public and community service.

MBE
Archer Vivian Hosking. For services to telecommunications and the community.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM
William Kati Heather. For services to sports and the community.
Moeara Moeara. For services to education and the community.

GRENADA

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE
Father Claudius Mark Haynes. For service to religion.
Raymond Anthony Smith. For public service.

MBE
Mrs Sheila Coomansingh. For service to teaching.
Lawrence Lambert. For public service.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM
Stressman McDonald Thomas. For services to the fishing industry.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA

KNIGHTS BACHELOR
Peter Leslie Charles Barter, OBE. For public service.
Robert John Sinclair. For service to business, community and the country.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

KBE
Soekandar Tjandra, MBE. For services to politics and the community.

CBE
Napolean Boiyou Liosi. For services to the community.

OBE
David Anggo. For foreign service and services to industry and trade.
Kosta George Constantinou. For services to the community.
Toby Setareki Davis. For services to education.
The Hon Philemon Teiel Embel. For services to politics and the community.
Les Gavara Nanu. For service to the private sector.
Hosea Tubarat. For service to the community and sports.

MBE
Joseph Martin Chow Sun Yau. For service to business and the community.
Mrs Anna Bungtabu Diuvia. For services to the community and women's affairs.
Superintendent Charley Farari. For service to the Papua New Guinea Correctional Service.
Jamie Maxtone Graham. For public service.
Pastor Yauri Hibo. For services to religion.
Simon Kenehe. For service to Papua New Guinea Red Cross.
Ms. Margaret Samei. For services to health and the public.
Dr Mark Solon. For service to education.
Willie Taugau. For public service.
George Manua Telek. For service to the development of local music.
Mrs Eleana Tjandraneagera. For services to business and the community.
Aimungyu Umauma. For service to education.

IMPERIAL SERVICE ORDER

ISO
Sokalamus Louis. For public service.
Ano Pala. For public service.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM
Aniani Bau. For services to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.
Kuman Dai. For services to politics.
Mrs Emily David. For foreign service.
Petrus Fongai. For public service.
Samuel Francis. For service to the community.
Kaigro Gene. For services to the community.
Albert Sari Ivaraoa. For services to the community.
Bulon Katam. For services to the community.
Anthony Kevin. For public service.
Sgt Maj Henry Tominge Levi. For services to the Papua New Guinea Correctional Service.
Mea Mavara. For services to the community and religion.
Tarato Nama. For services to the community.
Mathias Naur. For services to religion.
Thomas Ninji. For services to the community.
Karara Ove. For services to the Health Department.
Sgt Reginald Panua. For services to the Police.
Wigal Par. For services to the community.
The Rev Riley Haiwatha Sampson. For services to the community and religion.
Herman Adan Sinyoi. For services to education.
Luk Tindom. For services to the government.
George Pukalur Wauleau. For public service.
John Olinakuan Yapli. For services to the government.
Payake Yayuti. For service to the Eastern Highlands.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE
Col Paul Dala. For service to the Papua New Guinea Defence Force.

MBE
Chief WO Paul Mate. For services to the Papua New Guinea Defence Force.

SAINT CHRISTOPHER AND NEVIS

MBE
Dr Stanley Mirk Dennis. For service to the field of education.
Samuel James Nathaniel. For public service.

SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

CMG
Richard Walter Joachim, OBE. For public service.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE
Martin James Edward Barnard. For service to the private sector.
Kerwyn Leslie Morris. For service to the fishing industry.

MBE
Maj St. Claire Augustus Leacock, JP. For public service.
Mrs Irma Agatha Norris. For services to teaching and the community.
Alderic Wendell Wright, JP. For services to policing.

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Key Honours

MBEs

Other awards

Military Honours

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