Our AIMES Alumni 1996 to present

$2 million awarded...

As has been detailed elsewhere in Northside, the North Harbour Club and Charitable Trust was formed in 1995. As of November 13th 2015 the Club has awarded over $2 million to the young people of the North Harbour region through the annual AIMES Awards. We have featured reports from some recent winners in previous pages. These are the other AIMES Awards recipients dating back to 1996.

 

2017

The AIMES Award winners for 2017 were:-

Supreme ($15,000) & AIMES Education Award ($15,000) – Lewis Fry

Arts Award ($15,000) – Melanie Bracewell

Innovation Award ($15,000) – Jun Bing

Music Award ($15,000) – Jacky Siu

Sports Award ($15,000) - Molly Meech and Alex Maloney

Service to the Community Award ($15,000) – Alexia Hilbertidou

AIMES Emerging Talent Award recipients 2017 ($7,000 each) – Zoe White; Blake Tolmie; Lauren Bennett; Matthew Beardsworth; Courtney Davies; Michaela Sokolich-Beatson; Cameron Webster; Olivia McTaggart; Ian Lim.

Junior Excellence Award recipients 2017 ($3000 each) - Jasmine Jared; Jesse Oh; Caitlyn O’Reilly; Chantelle May; Maggie Squire; George Rush; Logan Somerville


2016

The AIMES Award winners for 2016 were:-

Supreme ($15,000) & AIMES Sport Award ($15,000) – Eliza McCartney

Arts Award ($15,000) – Joel Granger

Innovation Award ($15,000) – Sian Simpson

Music Award ($15,000) – Miller Christensen-Yule

Education Award ($15,000) - Michael McDonald

Service to the Community Award ($15,000) – Joseph Bergin

AIMES Judges Special Award ($15,000) - Avalon Biddle.

AIMES Emerging Talent Award recipients 2016 ($5,000 each) – Emma Lane, Andrew Coshan, Scott Wilson, Jacky Siu, Alexia Hibertidou, Florida Fatanitavake, Kate and Greta Stewart (shared $8000).

Junior Excellence Award recipients 2016 ($3000 each) - Satine Finer- Neuhauser, Henry Meng, Rico Bearman, Nadia Evans, Daniel Stoddart, Northcross Kapa Haka Group.


2015

The AIMES Award winners for 2015 were:-

Supreme ($15,000) & AIMES Education Award ($15,000) – Carl Hume

Arts Award ($15,000) – Emily Scott

Innovation Award ($15,000) – Sian Simpson

Music Award ($15,000) – Alexander Verster

Sport Award ($15,000 each - Joint Winners) – Michael Brake & Gemma Jones

Service to the Community Award ($15,000) – Mattea Mrkusic

AIMES Emerging Talent Award recipients 2015 ($5,000 each) – Elizabeth Mandeno, Elizabeth Lunn, Shauno Isomura, Louisa Wang, Brendon Thomas, Danielle McKenzie, Britt Kindred, Lina Kim.

Junior Excellence Award recipients 2015 ($3000 each) - Matthew O'Connor, Cameron Brownsey, Iain Lam, Blake Tolmie, Catherine Oh, Jaden Movold, Quillan Denton.


2014

The AIMES Award winners for 2014 were:-

Supreme ($15,000) & AIMES Arts Award ($10,000) – Ben Sanders

IT, Innovation & Science Award ($10,000) – Leighton Watson

Music Award ($10,000) – Hye-Won Suh

Education Award ($10,000) – Finn Lowery

Sport Award ($10,000) – Teneale Hatton

Service to the Community Award ($10,000) – Dannie Cullen

Judges Special Award ($4,000 & $6,000 respectively) – Tayla Alexander & David Light

Emerging Talent Awards 2014 ($4,000 each) – Harry Bartlett, Lewis Fry, Emily Scott, Kit Reilly, Nicole Ashby, Eliza McCartney, Gemma Jones, Daniel Hoy.


2013

The AIMES Award winners for 2013 were:-

Supreme ($20,000) & AIMES Music Award ($10,000) – Ella Yelich-O'Connor

Arts Award ($10,000) – Bridget Costello

IT, Innovation & Science Award ($10,000) – Sarah Mitchell

Education Award ($10,000) – Michael MacDonald

Sport Award ($10,000) – Andrew Maloney

Service to the Community Award ($10,000) – Loren O'Sullivan

Judges Special Award ($10,000) – Liam Stone

Emerging Talent Awards 2013 ($4,000 each) – Joel Granger, Matthew Jones, Alex Taylor, George Muir, Georgia Williams, Finn Howard, Natalie Te Paa, Keon Park.


2012

The AIMES Award winners for 2012 were:-

Supreme ($20,000) & AIMES Sport Award ($10,000) – Lydia Ko

Arts Award ($10,000) – Rob Tucker

IT, Innovation & Science Award ($10,000) – Amy Smith

Music Award ($10,000) – Jason Bae

Education Award ($10,000) – Andrew MacDonald

Service to the Community Award ($10,000) – Joseph Bergin

Emerging Talent Awards 2012 ($4,000 each) – Petra Bullock, Nick Hall, Teneale Hatton, Sarah Mitchell, Mattea Mrkusic, Jeremy Reid, Ben Sanders.


2011

The AIMES Award winners for 2011 were:-

Supreme ($20,000) & IT, Innovation & Science Award ($10,000) –  Richard Stebbing

Arts Award ($10,000) – Elliot Christensen-Yule

Music Award ($10,000) – Moses MacKay

Education Award ($10,000) – Blake Hansen

Sport Award ($10,000) – Thomas Abercrombie

Service to the Community Award ($10,000) – Amanda Judd

Emerging Talent Awards 2011 ($4,000 each) – Alexandra Foster, Adam Gerrett, Seok Jun Bing, Aine Kelly-Costello, Lydia Ko, Rebecca Dubber.


2010

The AIMES Award winners for 2010 were:-

Supreme ($20,000) & AIMES Sports ($10,000) – Jacko Gill

Arts Award ($10,000) – Verity Burgess

IT, Innovation & Science Award ($10,000) – David MacDonald

Music Award ($10,000 each - Joint Winners) – Sophie Bird; Will Martin

Education Award ($10,000) – Andrew MacDonald

Service to the Community Award ($10,000) – Anita Walbran

Judges Special Award ($6,000) – Shaun Quincey

Emerging Talent Awards 2010 ($4,000 each) – Maddie Dillon, Chloe Francis, Stephanie Mitchell, The Naked & Famous, Michael Macdonald, Joseph Bergin.


2009

The AIMES Award winners for 2009 were:-

Supreme ($20,000)  & Sport Award ($10,000) – Melissa Ingram

Arts Award ($10,000) – Anna-Louise Dillon-Herzog

IT, Innovation & Science Award ($10,000 each - Joint Winners) – Daniel Playne & Yvette Perrott

Music Award ($10,000 each - Joint Winners) – Grayson Masefield & Amalia Hall

Education Award ($10,000) – Adrienne Anderson

Service To The Community Award ($10,000) – Cameron Calkoen

Emerging Talent Awards ($4,000 each) – Sophie Corbidge, Chris Rahardja, Jenna Gallie, Jason Bae, Ellen Deverall, Arkesh Patel.


2008

The AIMES Award winners for 2008 were:-

Supreme Award ($20,000) & Sport Award ($10,000) – Tom Ashley

Arts Award ($10,000) – Sophie Henderson

IT, Innovation & Science Award ($10,000) – Daniel Playne

Education Award ($10,000) – Naomi Jones

Service To The Community Award ($10,000) – Sean Yang

Judges Special Award ($7,000) – Melissa Ingram

Emerging Talent Awards ($4,000 each) – Verity Burgess, Brittany Carter, Andrew MacDonald, Andrew Maloney,Yvette Perrott, Yousif Rassam, Chris Steele, Erin Taylor,The Earlybirds (Filip Kostovich, Jared Aisher, Michael Cannon, Sean Patterson and Kane ter Veer).


2007

The AIMES Award winners for 2007 were:-

Supreme Award ($15,000) & Education Award ($10,000) –

Matthew Flinn

Arts Award ($10,000) – Ananth Gopal

IT, Innovation & Science Award ($10,000) – Daniel Playne

Music Award ($10,000 each - three Winners) – Sarah McCallum, Tanya Cooling & Hollie Smith

Sport Award ($10,000) –  Jo Aleh

Service To The Community Award ($10,000) – Loren O’Sullivan

Emerging Talent Awards ($2000 each) – Samuel Coldicutt, Robert Ellis, Mikhail Koudinov, Alexandra Maloney, Stephen Smith, Rob Tucker


2006

The AIMES Award winners for 2006 were:-

Joint Supreme Award ($10,000 each) & Sport Award ($10,000 each) – Juliette Haigh & Rebecca Spence

Arts Award ($8,000) – Dmitri (Dima) Ivanov

IT, Innovation & Science Award ($8,000) – Hayley Reynolds

Music Award ($8,000 each - Joint winners) – Julia McCarthy  & Sarah McCracken

Education Award ($8,000) – Chye-Ching Huang

Service To The Community Award ($8,000) – Cameron Calkoen

Emerging Talent Awards ($2000 each) – Tom Ashley, Richard Chen, Caroline Grey, Blake Hansen. Violinist Richard Chen also received $5,000 from Corelli School for production of his own CD.


2005

The AIMES Award winners for 2005 were:-

Supreme Award ($10,000) & IT, Innovation & Science Award ($7,000) – Nodira Khoussainova

Arts Award ($7,000) – Ananth Gopal

Music Award ($5,000 plus $5,000 from Corelli School for production of a CD) – The Checks (Rock Band) Karel Chabera, Jacob Moore, Ed Knowles, Sven Petterson, Callum Martin

Education Award ($5,000) – Elizabeth Duncan

Sport Award ($5,000) – Hannah McLean

Judges Special Award ($5,000) – Amalia Hall


2004

The AIMES Award winners for 2004 were:-

Supreme Award ($10,000) & IT, Innovation & Science Award ($7,000) – Heather Brown

Arts Award ($5,000) – Kendra Oxley

Music Award ($5,000 plus $5,000 from Corelli School for production of a CD) – Simone Roggen

Education Award ($5,000 each, Joint winners) – Vicki McCall & Nicole Roughan

Sport Award ($5,000 each, Joint winners) – Juliette Haigh & Corney Swanepoel


2003

The AIMES Award winners for 2003 were:-

Supreme Award ($20,000) & Music Award ($7,000) –  Kristen Darragh

Arts Award ($8,000) – Felicity Rogers

IT, Innovation & Science Award ($8,000) – Nodira Khoussainova

Music Award ($5,000 plus $5,000 from Corelli School for production of a CD) – Matthew Flinn

Education Award ($8,000) – Karen Lindsay

Sport Award ($8,000) – James Cressey


2002

The AIMES Award winners for 2002 were:-

Supreme Award ($10,000) & Sport Award ($8,000) – Terenzo Bozzone

Arts Award ($8,000) – Anna-Louise Dillon Herzog

IT, Innovation & Science Award ($8,000) – Michael Brown

Music Award ($8,000) – Sarah McCallum

Music Award ($5,000) – Robbie Ellis

Education Award ($8,000) – James Russell


2001

The AIMES Award winners for 2001 were:-

Supreme ($5,000) & Education Award ($8,000) – Mark Robinson

Arts Award ($8,000) – Helen Candy

Music Award ($9,000) – Sarah McCallum

Music Award ($4,000 each) – Emma Buckton, Vanessa McGowan

Education Award ($5,000) – Paul Bracewell

Education Award ($3,000) – Ian Munro

Sport Award ($8,000) – Michael Bullot

Sport Award ($7,000) – Terenzo Bozzone

Sport Award ($2,000) – Dean Kent

Sport Award ($2,000) – Jennifer Dryburgh

Judges Special Award ($1,000) – Fleur Ritchie

Judges Special Award ($500 each) – Jordan Barnes, Jonathan Coulam


2000

The AIMES Award winners for 2000 were:-

Supreme Award ($5,000) & Education Award ($8,000) – Clarissa Dunn

Arts Award ($8,000) – Andrea Proud

Music Award ($8,000) – Lara Hall

Sport Award ($8,000) – Monique Robins

Sport Award ($5,000) – Scott Talbot-Cameron

Sport Award ($5,000) – Steven Ferguson

Sport Award ($3,000) – Michael Bassett

Sport Award ($3,000) – Terenzo Bozzone

Sport Award ($2,000) – Simon Rea


1999

The AIMES Award winners for 1999 were:-

Supreme Award & Music Award ($8,000) – Rainer Gibbons

Arts Award ($1,500) – Mark Wells

Arts Award ($1,000) – Helen Candy

Arts Award ($1,000) – Felicity Rogers

Arts Award ($1,000) – Elaine Dowsett

Arts Award ($1,000) – Jon Gorrie

Arts Award ($500) – Bradley Fagan

Music Award ($500) – Ji-Hyun Kim

Music Award (Presented with a Picolo Clarinet) – Teresa Davis

Education Award ($3,000) – Nikolozi Meladze

Education & Sport Awards ($2,000) – Jamie Voss

Sport Award ($5,000) – Benjamin Pilley

Sport Award ($5,000) – Jennifer Dryburg

Sport Award ($2,500) – Slavik Shorinov


1998

The AIMES Award winners for 1998 were:-

Supreme Award & Sport Award ($8,000) – Nathan Handley

Music Award (Presented with Baby Grand Piano) – Justin Bird

Music Award ($3,750) – Neil Watson

Education Award ($2,500) – Amanda Rubick

Sport Award ($2,000) – Jemima Smeadley

Sport Award ($2,000) – Alister Gair

Sport Award ($2,000) – Felicity Gould-Hope

Sport Award ($2,000) – Jennifer Dryburgh

Sport Award ($2,000) – Jayson Herbert


1997

The AIMES Award winners for 1997 were:-

Supreme Award & Education Award ($6,000) – Philip Misur

Music Award ($3,000) – Lara Hall

Education Award ($2,000) – Claire Speedy

Sport Award ($2,000) – Sarah Macky

Sport Award ($2,000) – Jayson Herbert

Sport Award ($2,000) – Alastair Gair

Sport Award ($2,000) – Julie Worth

Sport Award ($2,000) – Craig Harper

Sport Award ($2,000) – Matthew Davies

Sport Award ($2,000) – Nathan Handley


1996

The AIMES Award winners for 1996 were:-

Supreme Award & Arts Award ($10,000) – Patricia Bolton

Music Award ($2,000) –  Ben Hoadley

Music Award ($1,500) – Aron Ottingon

Sport Award ($5,000) – Daniel Slater

Sport Award ($2,500) – Matt Brown

Sport Award ($2,500)  – Simon Cooke

Sport Award ($1,000) – Jacqui Ashworth

Sport Award ($1,000) – Abby Lye

Sport Award ($1,000) – Emma Tepavac

Music Award ($1,150) – Cameron Bettridge (Presented 1995)