New Zealand Science Fiction Fan Awards

From 1993 through 2002, the awards were nominally given by the National Association for Science Fiction, though the New Zealand Natcon seems to have done the actual administration. After 2002, the award was given out by the new Science Fiction and Fantasy Association of New Zealand.

1989
• Best fan writing: Alan Robson
• Best fanzine: Phlogiston
• Best fan art: Dan McCarthy
• Best fan editor: Alex Heatley
Numerous other one-off awards were made in these debut awards
1990
• Best fan writing (general): Alan Robson
• Best fan writing (media): Lana Brown
• Best fanzine: Cry Havoc
• Best media fanzine: Katra
• Best fan art: Peter Gainsford
• Best fan editor: Lyn McConchie
1991
• Best fan writing: Alan Robson
• Best fanzine: Phlogiston
• Best fan art: Dan McCarthy
• Best fan editor: Alex Heatley
1992
• Best fan writing: Alan Robson
• Best fanzine: Phlogiston
• Best fan art (tie): James Benson and Mike Hanson
• Best fan editor (tie): James Dignan and Alex Heatley
1993
• Best fan writing: John Preddle
• Best general fanzine: Timestreams
• Best club fanzine: Time Space Visualiser
• Best fan art: Warwick Gray
• Special achievement: Lana Brown
1994
• Best fan writing: Anne Marie Lloyd
• Best fanzine: Chunder
• Best fan art: Mark Roach
• Best other publication: Trimmings from the Triffid's Beard by Alan Robson
1995
• Best fan writing (tie): Peter Friend and Li Cross
• Best fanzine: Time Space Visualiser
• Best fan art: Warwick Gray
• Best other publication: The Best of Time Space Visualiser 21-26
• Special achievement: Continuum convention committee
1996
• Best fan writing: Peter Friend
• Best fanzine: Phoenixine
• Best fan art: Nick Kim
2001
• Best fan writing: John Preddle
• Best fanzine: Phoenixine
• Best fan art:Richard Manx
• Services to fandom: Paul Scoones