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St Helena : TONY EARNSHAW TO DEPART ST HELENA
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 05.05.2013 (Article Archived on 02.06.2013)

Tony Earnshaw, Director of the Environment and Natural Resources Directorate (ENRD), is to leave St Helena, departing on Sunday 26 May 2013.

TONY EARNSHAW TO DEPART ST HELENA

 

Tony Earnshaw, Director of the Environment and Natural Resources Directorate (ENRD), is to leave St Helena, departing on Sunday 26 May 2013. Tony is returning to the UK for vital and personal family reasons. He has therefore resigned from SHG, with effect from the end of May.

 

Acting Governor Owen O’Sullivan said:

 

‘Tony has had a big impact in the short time he has been Director of ENRD and he will be sorely missed.

 

‘I totally understand his personal, family reasons for leaving St Helena, and we all wish him well in the future.’

 

Tony commented:

 

‘I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time living and working on St Helena both as Lands Executive and Director of ENRD. There’s never an ideal time to leave and I had to give it serious thought before taking this difficult decision. However, now that the initial pieces of the re-organisation jigsaw have been put in place and we have a clear plan for completing it on time, I am confident that there will be a smooth transition into the new ENRD management arrangements.

 

‘At the end of the day, my family has to come first and that’s why I’m returning to the UK.’

 

SHG is putting in place interim management arrangements for ENRD. We are in the process of recruiting an interim Director who will be in place before Tony leaves, giving SHG a handover period to ensure that there is minimum disruption to Government business. The advert for the substantive Director post will be placed early next week.

 

SHG

3 May 2013

 

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