Appointment of Members and Chairpersons to Conservation Boards Pursuant to section 6p of the Conservation Act 1987, I hereby appoint the following persons to Conservation Boards: Northland Conservation Board Richard John Drake, farmer of North Auckland; Neil Clements, farmer of Dargaville; Gloria Hareruia Herbert, Maori liaison officer of North Hokianga; Gregory Charles Innes, managing director of Whangarei; Neil David Mitchell, Director of Environmental Science at Auckland University; Whetu Ite Tonga Naera, farmer and chairperson of the Te Runanga A Iwi O Ngapuhi of Kaikohe; Samuel Kevin Prime, farm manager of Kawakawa; Wendy Ann Sporle, farmer of Kaitaia; Grendon Sullivan, tourist operator of Kaitaia; and Stephen Leonard Westgate, consultant in resource management of Whangarei. Auckland Conservation Board Ernest Albert James Holdaway, farmer of Auckland; William Andrew Maxwell Burrill, farmer of Papatoetoe; Ewen Kenneth Cameron, botanist of Auckland; Bruce William Hayward, geologist of Auckland; Whetu Marama McGregor, retired of Great Barrier Island; Graeme Murdoch, historian of Auckland; Derelys Joan Pigneguy, charter boat operator of Auckland; Te Warena Taua, ethnologist of Auckland; Lynne Raewyn Trafford, executive director of Auckland; and Barbara Mary Waller, housewife of Helensville. Bay of Plenty Conservation Board Jean Christenson, teacher of Rotorua; Caroline Bennett, deputy principal of Rotorua; Arihia Carrington, private consultant of Opotiki; Stephen John Coyle, lawyer of Ohope; Terry Healy, research professor of Hamilton; Robert Anthony Regnault, land information officer of Rotorua; Donald Mark Roberts, farmer of Tauranga; Ngahuia Rowson, research co-ordinator of Whakatane; Wiparera William Te Kani, Iwi development officer of Tauranga; and Joseph Hohepa White, retired of Rotorua. Waikato Conservation Board Gordon Keith Stephenson, farmer of Putaruru; Maureen Judith Cole, farmer of Pokeno; William Graham Garland, farming businessman of Cambridge; Sandra Anne Goudie, dairy farmer of Thames; Michael King, writer/historian of Whangamata; David Alexander Lawrie, farmer of Pukekohe; Rangi Mahuta, environmental manager of Pukekohe; Liane Debra Ngamane, researcher of Thames; and George Tutaki, freezing worker of Te Kuiti. East Coast Conservation Board Toko Joseph Te Maipi, retired of Opotiki; Maria Aileen Himona, nurse of Wairoa; Constance Muriel Jones, relief teacher of Gisborne; Francis Joseph Martin, farmer of Wairoa; Terence Edward Ronald Murphy, farmer of Tokomaru Bay; Narena Olliver of Opotiki; Tuihana Pook, school principal of Opotiki; Frances Sheila Robinson, retired historian of Gisborne; and Christopher Sharp, foreman/overseer of Gisborne; Hone Meihana Taumanu of Whangara. Tongariro/Taupo Conservation Board Laura Elizabeth Dawson, executive secretary of Taupo; Whakapumatanga Morehu Downs, retired of Taupo; Virginia Fox, farmer of Turangi; Kevin Richard Hackwell, research/consultant of Wellington; Bruce Frank Houghton, science manager/vulcanologist of Taupo; Alan Christopher Jolly, tourist operator of Taupo; Matiu Mareikura, cultural advisor to Te Puni Kokiri of Ohakune; Harry Miller, retired farmer of Taupo; Pauline Alexandra Taylor, veterinary surgeon of Turangi; and Sir Hepi Te Heuheu, Paramount Chief of Tuwharetoa. Taranaki/Wanganui Conservation Board Ross Mitchell-Anyon, potter of Wellington; Kevin Amohia, managing director of Taumarunui; Vivien Mary Eyers, nurse of Wanganui; Barry Alexander Hartley, fire officer of New Plymouth; Peter Gilbert Horsley, lecturer of Palmerston North; Penelope Raima Kingi, health and resource centre co-ordinator of Eltham; Rex Moore, public relations and marketing manager of New Plymouth; Hamiora Raumati, retired of Waitara; Jenifer Tolhurst, financial advisor of Wanganui; and Aila Taylor, retired of Waitara. Rangitikei/Hawkes Bay Conservation Board Robin John Douglas Hilson, farmer of Takapau; David Appleton, working in electronics and radio communications in Napier; Barbara Joan Arnold, student of Palmerston North; Garth Oliver Eyles, scientist of Palmerston North; Richard Gregory Heerdegen, lecturer of Palmerston North; Ruruarau Heitia Hiha, cultural development officer of Napier; Peter Peters Godfrey Pharazyn, farmer of Taihape; Audrey Severinsen, farmer and district councillor of Palmerston North; Lorraine Herena Rebecca Stephenson, executive officer of Dannevirke; and Alan Arthur Willis, farmer and company director of Marton. Wellington Conservation Board Andrew John Bertram, managing director of Levin; John Webber Barrett, company director of Otaki; Ian Michael Buchanan, wildlife manager of Masterton; Maureen Alice Burgess, education services officer of Petone; Dame Miriam Dell, chairperson of the Suffrage Centennial Year Trust of Wellington; Katharine Dickinson, lecturer of Wellington; John Christopher Horne, contractor of Wellington; Ronald John Christopher Pynenburg, architect of Wellington; Ruta Rene, retired of Porirua; and Sonny Wirihana, director of Marae Activities of Featherston. Nelson Conservation Board William John Winstanley, orchardist of Motueka; Annie Joyce Henderson, veterinary surgeon/farmer of Collingwood; Janice Mary Manson, resource teacher of Nelson; Paul Matheson, marketing manager of Nelson; Deborah Johanna McConochie, transport operator of Nelson; Scott Fraser Nicol, manager of Motueka; Richard Barton Rainey, barrister and solicitor of Nelson; Rosalie Mary Sampson, farmer of Karamea; Derek Monty Shaw, publisher of Nelson; and Russell James Thomas, Maori community officer of Nelson. Marlborough Conservation Board Susan Jennifer King, horticulturalist of Blenheim; Louise Day Avery, farmer/teacher of Blenheim; Graeme Henry Clark, marine farmer of Havelock; Dale Jack Connor, company manager of Picton; Elizabeth Isabel Davidson, district councillor of Blenheim; Barry Dunnett, teacher of Kaikoura; James Hemi Elkington, regional director of Picton; Jennifer Mary Oswald, farmer of Blenheim; Darcia Solomon, housewife of Kaikoura; and Ronald David Sutherland, land management consultant of Blenheim. West Coast Conservation Board Bruce Nevile Hamilton, farmer of Westport; Jennifer Margaret Barratt, commercial fisher and tourist operator of Haast; Michael Browne, alpine guides manager of Fox Glacier; Christopher John Coll, surveyor of Westport; William Gilbertson, builder of Greymouth; David Andrew Norton, lecturer of Christchurch; June Avis Robinson of Hokitika; James Mason Russell, researcher of Hokitika; Marian Joyce Van Der Goes, lodge owner/proprietor of Kumara; and Christopher Stephen White, environmental project co-ordinator of Westport. North Canterbury Conservation Board David James Alexander, planning consultant of Christchurch; Catherine Frances Brumley, consultant ecologist of Christchurch; David Roger Given, environmental consultant of Christchurch; Anake Angus Murray Goodall, company director of Christchurch; Allan Hay, farmer of Akaroa; Colin Douglas Meurk, ecologist of Christchurch; Michael Roderick Murchison, semi-retired farmer/wool classer of Darfield; Janet Rosanna Marie Reuben, clerk of Tuahiwi; Lesley Helen Shand, teacher of Culverden; and Jonet Carr Ward, research officer and lecturer of Christchurch. Aoraki Conservation Board Ian James Rogers, farmer of Cave; D. Rosemary Acland, homemaker of Mount Peel; Wikitoria Baker, consultant of Temuka; Robert Lindsay Holland, company manager of Ashburton; Koa Joy Marshall, executive officer of Christchurch; Robert Peter William Shutt, writer, radio commentator and fishing guide of Timaru; Vida M. Stout, lecturer of Christchurch; John Charles Walter Talbot, student of Pleasant Point; Anthony Taylor, agricultural engineer of Ashburton; and Peter Yeoman, consulting engineer of Christchurch. Otago Conservation Board Alan Francis Mark, Professor of Botany of Dunedin; John Henry Aspinall, farmer of Wanaka; Anthony John Brady, chartered accountant of Oamaru; Hugh Grant Duff, self-employed of Karitane; Edward Weller Ellison, farmer and Iwi liaison manager of Dunedin; Michael J S Floate, scientist of Dunedin; Gillian Eileen Hamel, archaeologist of Dunedin; Rachel Ann Perkins, mother of Queenstown; Robert Donald Spary, director of Queenstown; and Stanley Martin Stott, farmer of Owaka. Southland Conservation Board Roger Robertson Sutton, semi-retired of Invercargill; Derek Alan Angus, self-employed of Invercargill; Susan Mary Bennett, farmer and environmental consultant of Te Anau; Jane Karina Davis, retired of Riverton; William Ian Gordon, a farm training field officer of Winton; Margaret Anne Hopkins, community board chairperson of Stewart Island; Penelope Margaret Hutchins, teacher of Te Anau; Sally Rangimarie Roderick, executive officer of Invercargill; Barry James Smith, technical service officer of Invercargill; and Rangimarie Te Maiharoa, retired of Invercargill. Chatham Islands Conservation Board Thomas Tutanekai Solomon, baker of Waitangi; Ian Atkinson, ecologist of Wellington; Eva Anne Lanauze, housewife of Pitt Island; James Moffatt, farmer of Pitt Island; James Ronald Muirson, farmer-fisher of Kaingaroa; Alfred Wesley Preece, farmer contractor of Owenga Station; Wendy Jean Smith, farmer and dental therapist of Te Matarae; Denise Annette Sutherland, tourist lodge operator of Chatham Islands; Elizabeth Ann Tuanui, farmer/housewife of Tuku; and Raana Amelia Thelma Tuuta, farmer and shop assistant of Waitangi. Pursuant to section 6r of the said Act, I appoint each member for a term commencing from the date of publication of this notice in the New Zealand Gazette and expiring on the 31st day of August 1996. Pursuant to section 6s of the Conservation Act 1987, I hereby appoint: Northland - Richard John Drake Auckland - Ernest Albert James Holdaway Bay of Plenty - Jean Christenson Waikato - Gordon Keith Stephenson East Coast - Toko Joseph Te Maipi Tongariro/Taupo - Laura Elizabeth Dawson Taranaki/Wanganui - Ross Mitchell-Anyon Rangitikei/Hawkes Bay - Robin John Douglas Hilson Wellington - Andrew John Bertram Nelson - William John Winstanley Marlborough - Susan Jennifer King West Coast - Bruce Nevile Hamilton North Canterbury - David James Alexander Aoraki - Ian James Rogers Otago - Alan Francis Mark Southland - Roger Robertson Sutton Chatham Islands - Thomas Tutanekai Solomon as chairpersons of the respective Conservation Boards for the first year of their appointment to the said boards. Dated at Wellington this 13th day of October 1993. DENIS MARSHALL, Minister of Conservation.