2021/22 AIMES Award Recipients (from left: NHC President Phil Brosnan, Christine Haeun Lee - Music (accepted by brother Daniel), Tayla Alexander - Ross Finlayson Award, Murdoch Thomson - Innovation, Zoe White - Arts & Supreme Winner, Alicia Hoskin - Sport, Oscar Thomas - Service to the Community, David Paligora - Special Judges Award, Andrew MacDonald - Chair of Judges Committee. Missing is Jae Jun Kim - Education
2020 AIMES Awards recipients at the Gala Dinner, from left, Matthew Goldsworth, Lina Kim, Kit Reilly, Grace Stratton (Supreme Winner), Oscar Gunn, Richard Rahardja, Isobel Campbell & Olivia McNeill (reprsented by her sister Cecile).
2019 AIMES Awards recipients at the Gala Dinner, with Judging Chair Sue Stanaway (Left) and President Phil Brosnan (Right), from left, Connor Bell, Matthias Balzat (represented by his Mother), Harry Alexander, Courtney Davies (Supreme Winner), Nancy Yuan, Andrew Coshan, Jack Alexander and Ross Finlayson inaugural Award Winner Tayla Woolley.
2018 AIMES Awards Winners. From left: Sally Kim, Alexander Kuch, Georgia Williams, Sharndre Kushor, Michael Chieng, Natasha Wilson
2017 AIMES Award Winners who were at the gala dinner held at the Bruce Mason Centre on Takapuna. From left: Melanie Bracewell, Alexia Hilbertidou, Alex Maloney, Molly Meech and Lewis Fry.
2016 AIMES Award recipients, from left: Miller Christensen-Yule (Music Award); Joel Granger (Arts Award); Eliza McCartney (Sport and Supreme Award); Michael McDonald (Education Award); Avalon Biddle (Judges Award); Joseph Bergin (Community Service Award).
2013 AIMES Awards Winners, with AIMES Awards Judges, North Harbour Club representatives and relatives representing absent winners.
The AIMES Award winners for 2012. From left Byron Smith (accepting award on behalf of sister Amy), Joe Bergin, Peter Menzies (Patron), Lydia Ko, Matthew Bellingham (President), Jason Bae, Andrew MacDonald, Rob Tucker.
The 2009 AIMES Awards winners. Grayson Masefield, Representative for Amalia Hall (Absent), Adrienne Anderson, Yvette Perrott, Melissa Ingram, Daniel Playne, Cameron Calkoen. Also absent was Anna-Louise Dillon Herzog.
2008 AIMES Awards winners. Daniel Playne, Sophie Henderson, Tom Ashley, Sean Yang. Naomi Jones and Melissa Ingram (pictured inset) were overseas when the awards were presented.
The 2007 AIMES Award winners with Patron Peter Menzies (left) and President Peter Wall (right). Winners from left are Sarah McCallum, Ananth Gopal, Jo Aleh, Daniel Playne, Matthew Flinn and Loren O’Sullivan. Absent were Hollie Smith and Tanya Cooling.