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The North Harbour club was established on 18 May, 1995.

Originally, a group of North Shore business people met and established a constitution with the objectives below:

  1. To promote the North Harbour region.
  2. For business establishments of the region to meet and network for the good of the region.
  3. To form a Charitable Trust to raise funds and present scholarships to the youth of the North Harbour region.

To qualify for the AIMES Awards, recipients must have shown outstanding ability or potential in the areas of the arts, information technology, music, education, sport.


 


 

Upcoming Events....

 

Lexus of North Shore Lunches:

 

Ladies' Lunch (Fashion)

Spencer on Byron

Friday 23rd May

 

After 5s:

May 8th

July 17th

September 18th

November 20th

 

 


And the winners are.......

2013 North Harbour Club AIMES Awards announced & presented!

"Thank you to the North Harbour Club for its generous support. I'm so pleased and honoured to have been awarded the AIMES Supreme Award this year. Although I was overseas at the time of presentation, I'm told it was a beautiful night. The support this community has consistently given me is so special, and something I treasure. I can't wait to make more art and put this grant to good use."  - Ella Yelich O'Connor (Lorde)

 

 


We were delighted to announce our AIMES Awards Winners for 2013 at our annual black tie dinner at the Bruce Mason Centre on Saturday 9th November.  This year's winners are an outstanding group. They are:- 

Bridget Costello

(The Bruce Mason Centre Award for Excellence in the Arts);

Sarah Mitchell

(The Massey University Award for Excellence in IT, Innovation & Science);

Ella Yelich O'Connor (Lorde)

(The Albany Toyota Award for Excellence in Music);

Michael MacDonald

(The Kristin School Award for Excellence in Education);

Andrew Maloney

(The AUT Millennium Institute Award for Excellence in Sport);

Loren O'Sullivan

(The ASB Award for Excellence in Service to the Community);

Liam Stone

(The Judges' Choice Award).

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Ella Yelich O'Connor (Lorde) was crowned the Supreme AIMES Award winner. 

 

 

The total awarded this year was $120,000.00.  A massive thank you to all of our Sponsors and Members who make this possible.

We were also very excited to announce our Bellingham Wallace Emerging Talent Award Winners at a cocktail function held earlier in the evening at the Bruce Mason Centre.

They are:- Matthew Jones, Joel Granger, Alex Taylor, Natalie Te Paa, Georgia Williams, Keon Park and Finn Howard

 

 


 North Harbour Club Ambassador Cam Calkoen's First Speech

Watch it here!




With the presentation of awards worth over $110,000 in 2012, the North Harbour Club has now awarded over $1.4 million worth of AIMES Awards to the young people of our fantastic region since 1995. The club’s founders, members, sponsors and supporters should all be very proud.

The North Harbour Club is an association of Auckland’s North Harbour/Shore leaders in local affairs, business, education, sport and social development. Members of the club, who are all residents or have their businesses in the North Harbour area, have, among other stated aims, the desire to promote excellence by encouraging and providing financial assistance to the young people of the North Harbour region who have significant ability in their chosen field and display personal characteristics which make them worthy of our support.

The annual AIMES Awards are the highest-profile face of the North Harbour Club, but the objectives are five-fold:

  1. To establish and maintain a club of non-political character for Members to meet through regular lunches and social activities.

  2. To establish a charitable trust, known as The North Harbour Club Charitable Trust, to promote and develop local talent in the fields covered by the AIMES Awards.

  3. To support cultural, sporting and recreational activities in the region.

  4. To foster a spirit of pride in the region.

  5. To foster a ‘good neighbour’ and ‘good citizen’ ethos in the region.

Membership of the North Harbour Club returns benefits to Members as well as the youth the Club chooses to reward. A series of luncheons throughout the year, each with a high-quality guest speaker, are calendar highlights, allowing Members to mix and mingle while enjoying good food and fine wine. In this way Members receive an opportunity to meet each other, entertain clients and help our outstanding young achievers advance their careers at the same time.

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