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  1. New Zealand Pioneer Battalion Badge, there were two makers, JR Gaunt prior to sometime in 1917 and then Firmin until the early post war period. This example is that made by Gaunt with a good makers mark on the reverse and the correct lug fittings, the fakes are on a slider. I also have a collar in the post to me again made by Gaunt. In 1914 Two Maori Companies were formed, A Company from North Auckland, West Coast North Island and South Island; B Company from the Centre and East Coast of the North Island. They left New Zealand called the Maori Contingent, though their formal name was the New Zealand Native Contingent, in February 1915 and took part in the Gallipoli Campaign from July 1915. After Gallipoli the Contingent was split up for a brief period with the men being posted to Territorial units but this was found to be unacceptable and the Unit was reformed as the New Zealand Pioneer Battalion on 20 February 1916 and served in France. Initially the New Zealand Pioneer Battalion had two Maori Companies but from September 1917 became an all-Maori unit and was renamed as the New Zealand (Maori) Pioneer Battalion. The battalion was finally disbanded in March 1919. These changes were reflected in the regimental badges, and the example shown here is the New Zealand Pioneer Battalion badge as worn from February 1916 to September 1917. The original badge and the final badge both incorporated the motto Te Hoko Whitu a Tu (The twice seventy (140) warriors of Tumatauenga, God of War). The New Zealand (Maori) Pioneer Battalion or Native Contingent and Pioneer Battalion was a battalion of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force that served during World War I. The battalion was first raised in 1915 and served at Gallipoli and the Western Front and largely served as pioneers.[1] "Of these by the end of the war, 2227 Maori and 458 Pacific Islanders had served in what became known as the Maori Pioneer Battalion. Of these, 336 died on active service and 734 were wounded. Other Maori enlisted (and died) in other battalions as well." http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_10_2014/post-17018-0-38601500-1412681818.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_10_2014/post-17018-0-86059300-1412681839.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_10_2014/post-17018-0-44054100-1412681859.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_10_2014/post-17018-0-60510300-1412681881.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_10_2014/post-17018-0-96258900-1412681901.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_10_2014/post-17018-0-39595900-1412681921.jpg And the collar, sellers pics until it arrives.
  2. Meritorious Service Medal Introduced for Police 17 October 2013 Statement by Police Commissioner Peter Marshall Meritorious Service Medal introduced for Police Police Commissioner Peter Marshall today welcomed the announcement from the Ministers of Police and Defence that Royal approval has been given for a Meritorious Service Medal (MSM) to be introduced. “The MSM is the culmination of extensive research and consultation within Police, Defence and at Government level. It’s a wonderful new Medal that as Commissioner I can award to staff who are providing an outstanding service and achievement to New Zealand Police and the communities in which they work.” Commissioner Marshall expects to present the first Police recipients within six months. “This is a prestigious new medal which fills a gap between existing internal Awards and higher Royal Honours including New Zealand Bravery Awards. “There is no set number of New Zealand Police Meritorious Service Medals to be awarded each year, but the numbers won’t be high to reflect the special value they hold within Police. This Medal is an award to aspire to –and may be awarded to any Police employee irrespective of their rank or role or powers. The silver medal features the profile of the Queen on the obverse, and the New Zealand Police crest on the reverse. The ribbon has two crimson stripes the same as the New Zealand Police Long Service and Good Conduct ribbon, a Prussian Blue stripe which is a traditional Police colour – and four yellow gold stripes signifying excellence. Images of the Police Meritorious Service Medal (obverse on the left; close-up of the reverse on the right) The images are courtesy of the New Zealand Police National Headquarters. Royal Warrant The Royal Warrant for the New Zealand Police Meritorious Service Medal can be viewed as a pdf file (251 kb). The Royal Warrant can be viewed as text / html at http://www.legislation.govt.nz/regulation/public/2013/0430/latest/DLM5287301.html (on the Parliamentary Counsel Office's New Zealand Legislation website). Regulations The Regulations for the New Zealand Police Meritorious Service Medal will be made publicly available after they have been signed by the Governor-General and the Minister of Police. Designer The New Zealand Herald of Arms, Mr Phillip O’Shea, LVO, designed the NZ Police MSM and its ribbon. Order of Wear The position of the NZ Police MSM in the order of wear is still to be confirmed by the Governor-General. It is expected that the NZ Police MSM will be worn immediately after the NZ Defence MSM. No Post Nominal The award of the New Zealand Police Meritorious Service Medal does not confer a right to use a post nominal. Related media statements: 17 October 2013 - Meritorious medal for NZDF and NZ Police 17 October 2013 - Defence Meritorious Service Medal introduced
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