The Wellys 2015, Wednesday 18 November
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2012 Recipients


Wellingtonion of the Year Winner

Neville Jordan

Investor and entrepreneur Neville Jordan is executive chairman  of Endeavour Capital. He has been a successful founder and director of science and technology companies for more than 30 years.

 

Arts Winner

Deirdre Tarrant

Deirdre Tarrant is retiring as director of Footnote Dance after a lifetime devoted to New Zealand dance, inspiring, extending and delighting dancers as well as audiences.


Business Winner

Graeme Moore & Julie Moore

Father/daughter team Graeme & Julie Moore run Moore Wilson’s, a specialist Food Service warehouse where their passion for freshness has re-shaped a 90 year Cash and Carry history.


Community Service Winner

Irene Livingston

Irene Livingston has spent 15 years in the frontline working as a Crisis Co-ordinator and a support worker, available to victims on a 24/7 basis.


Education Winner

Dame Iritana Tawhiwhirangi

Dame Iritana Tawhiwhirangihas been involved in Maori Education for over sixty years, still has a full schedule and doesn’t look like stopping any time soon.  


Environment Winner

Keith Calder

Keith Calder is Co-ordinator of the Porirua Harbour and Catchment Strategy whose plan to restore the ecological health of the Porirua Harbour is working very well.  


Government Winner

Diana Crossan

Diana Crossan is stepping down after ten years as Retirement Commissioner. Her work has focussed on financial literacy and retirement income for all New Zealanders.


Science & Technology Winner

Neville Jordan

Investor and entrepreneur Neville Jordan is executive chairman  of Endeavour Capital. He has been a successful founder and director of science and technology companies for more than 30 years.


Sport Winner

Mark Hammett

Mark Hammett is coach of the Hurricanes Super 15 team who’d delighted fans by finding a way to turn his inexperienced and inconsistent squad into contenders.  

 

Youth Winner

Brittany Trilford

Brittany Trilford is a Wellington schoolgirl and an opening speaker at Earth Summit 2012 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, calling for an end to broken environmental promises.   

 

 
 
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