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New Year's Honours list in full

Policing Board chair Anne Connolly received an OBE

:: Knights Bachelor

Tony McCoy OBE For services to Horse Racing

:: Commanders of the British Empire (CBE)

Gerry Lavery, Department of Agriculture and Rural Development. For services to the agri-food industry.

Max Murray, Department of Justice. For services to the NI Prison Service and engineering

:: Officers of the British Empire (OBE)

Geoff Allister, Highway Term Maintenance Association. For services to highway engineering.

Dr Leslie Caul. For services to education and sport.

Anne Marie Connolly, chair of Northern Ireland Policing Board. For services to policing and education.

Terry Cross, Delta Print and Packaging. For services to the economy and voluntary service to the community.

Trevor Long, chief executive Northern Ireland Courts and Tribunals Service. For services to law enforcement and voluntary service.

Dr Norman Morrow. For services to the pharmaceutical profession.

James Nesbitt. For services to drama and to the community.

Anne O’Reilly, Women's Aid Federation NI. For services to older people and the voluntary sector.

Dr Nicholas Todd TODD, inspector with Department of Education. For services to education.

Janetta Hunter, director of Housing Rights Service. For services to the community.

:: Members of the British Empire (MBE)

Ian Beggs. For services to Rugby

Jeffrey Brownhut. For services to the leisure and tourism.

Mary Cameron, chair of Ulster-Scots Community Network. For services to the community.

Maurice Devine, assistant head of Health and Social Care Clinical Education Centre. For services to the nursing profession and the field of learning disabilities.

Jeremy Farrell, principal of Macosquin Primary School. For services to education.

Ian Forbes. For voluntary service to the RUCGC Foundation.

Carl Frampton. For services to boxing.

Barbara Green, Principal of Beechlawn Special School. For services to special education.

Nigel Grimshaw, chief superintendent PSNI. For services to policing and the community.

Maria Hackett, South West College. For services to skills development in.

Anne Hailes, The Irish News. For services to journalism, broadcasting and to the community.

Roy Harrison, president of Irish Cricket Union. For voluntary service to cricket.

Mike Johnston, chief executive of Dairy Council. For services to the dairy industry.

John Little, founder member of Helping Others Worldwide. For voluntary and charitable services.

Patrick McCarthy, former Belfast councillor. For services to local government and community cohesion.

Dianne McMillan. For services to swimming and disability awareness.

Edwin McMurran, chairman of Belfast Boys' Model School board of governors and member of Glenwood Primary School board of governors. For services to education.

Carol Phillips. For services to industry.

William Reilly, chair of board of governors, Omagh Academy and governor of Newtownstewart Model and Gibson primary schools. For services to education.

James Roddy. For services to business and the community.

Oonagh Towden, customer enquiry team supervisor with Northern Ireland Executive. For services to benefit claimants and services to the community and charity.

Mukesh Sharma, MD of Selective Travel Management. For services to the travel trade.

Helen Smyth, head of music at Ballyholme Primary School. For services to education.

Graham Sutton, chair of board of governors, Wallace High School. For services to education.

Sidny Botevyle Tingley – Ms Ralph. For services to community music theatre.

Gilbert Tunney. For services to the motor industry and the community.

:: British Empire Medal

Sandra Adams. For services to the Girl Guides.

Isabella Apsley. For services to St John Ambulance and the Red Cross.

Joseph Austin. For services to the community.

Valerie Barr, University of Ulster. For services to higher education and to the community.

Harold Beckinsale. For voluntary service to education.

Jean Brown. For services to the community.

Ruth Craig. For voluntary and charitable services to the community.

Robert Crangle. For services to young people through the Boys' Brigade.

Ronald Crangle. For services to young people through the Boys' Brigade.

Maisie Crawford. For services to the community.

Elizabeth Cunningham, North West Mountain Rescue Team. For voluntary service to the community.

Janice Davidson, PA to Translink chief operating officer. For services to public transport.

Helen Davies. For services to animal welfare.

Terence Doherty. For services to community safety and public protection.

James Goodman. For services to music through the Britannia Band and Londonderry Musical Society.

Pamela Gunn. For services to first aid through St John Ambulance Service.

Alderman Elizabeth Ingram, Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon District Council. For services to local government and the community.

George Johnston. For services to the community.

Rev Robert Knox. For services to the Royal British Legion and the community in Derry.

Margaret Leckey. For services to children through fostering and the Kiddy Winks mums and toddlers group.

Samuel Loughrey. For services to golf!

Elizabeth Lyttle. For services to the community in Portaferry.

Susan Martin. For services to young people through the Girls' Brigade.

Margaret McAdam. For services to Portadown Ladies' Choir and to Girl Guiding.

Mary Jane McFarland. For voluntary service to South West Acute Hospital and the community in Enniskillen.

Anthony McGeehan JP. For services to the community.

Liam McHugh. For services to the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.

Samuel McIlwrath. For services to the community.

Mary McKinney. For services to the community.

William Mullen. For services to the Lough Neagh Rescue Service.

Elizabeth Neeley. For services to people with dementia and their families through the Alzheimer's Society.

Colin Rea. For services to young people through the Scout Association.

Gordon Speer. For services to peace-building and community cohesion.

Kathleen Tracey. For services to charitable fundraising.

George Walsh, former chairman of Newington Housing Association. For services to the community.

Deborah Wolfe, PSNI data protection manager. For services to policing and the community.

:: Queen’s Police Medal (QPM)

Alan Dickson

Eric Murray

Philip Shepherd

:: Queen’s Ambulance Service Medal (QAM)

Thomas McGarey

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