This page contains information about Council's Civic Honours Award.
31/05/2018 12:48 p.m.
Civic Honours Awards
A Civic Honour is the highest award that Whangarei District Council bestows upon its citizens.
Every year Whangarei District Council honours up to four citizens for outstanding voluntary service with the Civic Honours Awards.
Civic Honours Awards give recognition to those citizens, who by their personal leadership, inspiration, sacrifice or devotion to a cause, have made a significant contribution to the community wellbeing of the Whangarei District.
The usual maximum number of recipients in any one year is four.
Making a nomination
Nominations for the annual Civic Honours awards close 1 May each year. The awards evening is held each August and recipients are announced following this.
To make a nomination, please read the guide and complete the nomination form below.
Deadline extended to 4:00pm, 18 May 2018.
Civic Honours Nomination Form and Guidelines [318kb]
A Word document version of the form is available - email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about Civic Honours Awards contact Whangarei District Council's Community Funding Officer on +64 9 430 4200 or email email@example.com.
Civic Honours Award Recipients
Recipients of a Civic Honours Award are listed below, with their citations available in the links.
2014 Civic Honours
- Helen McGregor
- Trevor McKenzie
- Paratene Te Manu (Sonny) Wellington
- Delecia (Maxi) Thompson
- John McGregor
2014 Civic Honour citations (639kb)
2009 Civic Honours
- Irene Walding
- Rev Des Olney
- Deane Main
- Jennifer Brasting
2008 Civic Honours
- Andrew Gurney
- Hazel O'Donnell
- Betty Powell
- Jean Marian Barclay
2007 Civic Honours
- John and Sheila House
- Rhondda Rutherford-Dunn
- Jean Dufty
- Roger Neal