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New Zealand Royal Honours

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The New Zealand Royal Honours system is unique to New Zealand.  Honours lists are administered by the Honours Unit, which is part of the Cabinet Office. The honours lists are approved by The Queen of New Zealand on the Prime Minister's advice.

The purpose of the New Zealand Royal Honours system is to recognise those who have served and achieved.  Honours are administered by the Honours Unit, which is part of the Cabinet Office.

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Last updated: 
Wednesday, 30 November 2016

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