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Resort owner Sir Royston Hopkin, KCMG said that with the 2007 Cricket World Cup and the many demands that will arrive with it, it is imperative that the Spice Inn rebuild with more space and more luxury.
Prof Jones, who has been made a KCMG in the Birthday Honours List, is the founder of BioNET, set up in 1993 to help developing countries improve their competence in identifying and understanding the world's biodiversity.
And Tory party financier Michael Ashcroft was made a KCMG despite living in the central American country of Belize.
He strongly supported continued ties with Great Britain: Queen Victoria conferred on him personally at Osborne in July 1892 the KCMG, for his part in organising the New South Wales contingent to the Sudan.
Stressing on the need to strengthen collaborations between India and the UK, Sir James David Bevan KCMG, High Commissioner of UK said Both India and the UK share similar challenges in the energy domain.
Sir Jeffrey Jowell QC, Emeritus Professor of Public Law at University College London, who with Sir Daniel Bethlehem KCMG QC, former principal Legal Adviser to the UK Foreign Office assisted the Government of Bahrain in pushing through the recommendations on human rights featured in the final BICI report called it a bold step and one taken in the right direction.
Lord Ashcroft KCMG, Founder and Chairman of Crimestoppers, said: "Yet another superb result for Operation Captura.
The Secretary General & Chief Executive (currently Dr Afnan Al-Shuaiby, a Saudi national) reports to an international Board chaired by Sir Roger Tomkys KCMG DL.
He received the KCMG honour in recognition of his services to British trade and international business.
Sir John George Melvin Compton Kt KCMG PC LLB (1926-2007), the first Prime Minister of Saint Lucia (February-July 1979 and 1982-96) was one of the special guests on the occasion of celebrations at the Istana Nurul Iman marking the fiftieth anniversary (15 July 1996) of the birth of HM the Sultan (PB 17.
The Melbourne Argus for Monday 12 May 1919 announced the death of Surgeon-General Sir William Daniel Campbell Williams, KCMG, CB, aged sixty-three years, at the No.
For readers with an interest in awards there is useful information on Howse's CB (later KCB), KCMG and KStJ including comparisons of Howse's awards with those to his contemporaries.
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