A Port Rowan woman who was reported missing Thursday evening has been located in Toronto.Gudrun H. Anagnostou, 78, was located “safe and sound” early Friday evening, said Norfolk OPP.She arrived at her Toronto destination at about 6 p.m.“Family members are extremely relieved that mom has made it home. The biggest thing right now is that mom is in good health and she actually made it to her destination,” Norfolk OPP Const. Ed Sanchuk said in a social media post.Sanchuk also thanked the media and public for posting and sharing the missing person report on social media.Family contacted police around 10:30 p.m. Thursday after failed to arrive at her daughter’s home in Toronto as planned.Police had earlier determined that Anagnostou attended an appointment in Simcoe before gassing up her blue Hyundai Elantra vehicle in Hagersville around 4:50 p.m. Thursday.
Sharing is caring! Grenada’s Timothy Antoine and St. Lucia’s Dr. Hyginus LeonBASSETERRE, St. Kitts, Dec 30 2015 – The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) Monetary Council met this week to deal with issues of governance related to the vacancy left by Sir K. Dwight Venner who retired as Governor of the ECCB in November of this year after having served in that post for 26 years, making him the longest serving governor of any Central Bank.The two top candidates for the post of Governor of the ECCB are Grenada’s Timothy Antoine and St. Lucia’s Dr. Hyginus Leon.Dr. Leon received his PhD from the University of Southampton. His research interests are in applied econometrics and finance. He has several published works, has served as Head of Research at the Central Bank of Barbados, served as an Associate Professor at the State University of New York, and is a senior official at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for close to 20 years.Timothy Antoine is an economist by training. He is presently the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Finance in Grenada.The special session, which was convened to move the process forward in selecting a Governor for the ECCB, was presided over by the Chairman of the ECCB Monetary Council, Victor Banks, Chief Minister of Anguilla. Other Heads of Government in attendance at the meeting included Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr. Timothy Harris; Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Gaston Browne; Prime Minister of Grenada, Dr. Keith Mitchell; Premier of Montserrat, Donaldson Romeo; the Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines (via teleconference), Dr. Ralph Gonsalves; and Senator Miriam Blanchard of the Commonwealth of Dominica (Representing the Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit). St. Lucia abstained from the meeting.A Search Committee to find a new governor for the ECCB (located in Basseterre, St. Kitts) commenced work on June 5 of this year. The search committee is headed by Sir Errol Allen, who is a native of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. He served as Deputy Governor of the ECCB from 1974-2005. Other members of the search committee are Mr. Ewart Williams, Former Governor of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago; Mr. Fitzroy O’Neal, retired banker from Grenada; and Dr. Robertine Chaderton, accountant and retired University of the West Indies Lecturer in Accounting; she is from St. Kitts. 503 Views no discussions Share Tweet BusinessNewsRegional ECCB Monetary Council interviews top candidates for governor post by: Caribbean News Service – December 30, 2015 Share Share
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LONDON — Jamaica was been named the ‘Favourite Worldwide Destination’ by the readers of British Travel Awards’ ‘Check In’ magazine. The island took the top spot from more than 70 other destinations in the magazine’s new Readers’ Choice Awards, announced at the weekend. The Readers’ Choice Awards are voted for exclusively by readers of Check In, the online interactive magazine of the British Travel Awards. It is the largest awards programme in the United Kingdom (UK), created to recognise the most successful travel companies and destinations. Regional Director of the Jamaica Tourist Board for the UK and Northern Europe, Elizabeth Fox, said the award was especially significant as it was the only award voted for by the public. “We are incredibly proud that Jamaica was voted ‘Favourite Worldwide Destination’. As the only award voted for by the public, this accolade is especially significant. Jamaica has so much to offer, not least year-round sunshine and great value for money, and we hope to be able to extend Jamaica’s warmth and hospitality to more British visitors next year,” she stated. The winners of the 2012 British Travel Awards were announced at a ceremony held at Battersea Evolution in Battersea Park, London.