Sir Bruce Ferguson (Chair) John Hamilton Judy Bailey Steve Gregory
Doug Walters Geoff Polglaise Tim Costley
Auckland - W/O Phil Webley
Ohakea - SQNLDR Ron Thacker
Wellington – W/O Jake McPhee
Judy Bailey is a writer and broadcaster living in Auckland. She is the daughter of a former Chief of Air Staff, Air Vice Marshal Ian Morrison.
A broadcaster for more than four decades, her on screen partnerships with John Hawkesby and Richard Long are among the longest in national television history. She fronted primetime news for twenty six years. Since leaving TVNZ she has fronted all but one of Maori Television’s ANZAC Day programmes as well as numberous other shows.
Bailey has recently spent much of her time involved in travel writing and broadcasting.
Judy has long been an advocate for children.
She is the deputy chair, a trustee and presenter for the Brainwave Trust, an organization that brings the latest research in neuroscience to those who work with children and young families.
She has an enduring partnership with World Vision, is patron of the Muscular Dystrophy Association, The Friends of Women’s Refuge and of the National Collective of Women’s Refuges.
She is also the patron of North Shore Hospice, and of Seasons, a grief programme for children.
In 2010 she was created an officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for her services to broadcasting and the community.
She is married to the managing director of South Pacific Pictures, Chris Bailey. They have three children and five grandchildren.