Homeless people to be offered an address by An Post

Homeless people will be offered an address by An Post to help them access services or apply for jobs.

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An Post hopes to provide mortgages from 2020

An An Post spokeswoman confirmed that a tender process to choose a mortgage provider is currently underway.

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An Post launch new branding after strong 2018

An Post has revealed its new logo and two new sub-brands on the back of what they have described as "a very strong financial performance in 2018".

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New An Post stamps issued to acknowledge the Irish Coast Guard

An Post has issued new stamps to acknowledge the Irish Coast Guard’s provision of search and rescue on the coast and waterways of Ireland.

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An Post defends 6% package postal rate rise

An Post has defended a near 6% hike in postage rates for packages and large mail items by saying the increase reflects rising handling and transportation costs.

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Social welfare payments will continue to be made at post offices this year

Social welfare recipients will continue to collect their payments from post offices this year.

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Returning goods purchased online is ‘too much hassle’ for Irish adults - An Post survey

A new study shows two-thirds of people are not completely satisfied with items bought online, but just 38% send them back.

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An Post deliver over 100,000 parcels over Christmas season

The company says the rise in online shopping played a major part.

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200 jobs at risk in Cork if An Post closes Mail Centre

Up to 200 jobs in Cork could be lost if An Post closes its Mail Centre in Little Island, the Dáil heard today.

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An Post launch 'In-Flight' delivery options ahead of busy Christmas period

Black Friday is set to kick-off the busy festive period for online shopping and parcel delivery with An Post preparing for its busiest Christmas ever.

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A process from another time - It’s time to bin junk mail

A postman has lost his job and received a suspended sentence because he dumped mail to shorten his working day.

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Late Late Toy Show and Brussels sprouts: This year's Christmas stamps revealed

The Late Late Toy Show, Brussels sprouts and a crib are to feature on this year's Christmas stamps.

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An Post pledges to eliminate carbon emissions within a decade

An Post has announced ambitious new plans to eliminate carbon emissions from all its letter and parcels operations within a decade.

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Communications Minister Denis Naughten denies being ‘spooked’ into post office closures

Communications Minister Denis Naughten has denied being “spooked” into closing rural post offices by his officials, and said he has received Government approval to investigate the possibility of providing more services through the An Post network.

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Fine Gael’s ‘anti-rural image’ worries ministers as Fianna Fai bemoan 'ruse' to close Post Offices

Fine Gael ministers have told the Taoiseach they are worried about being portrayed as an “anti-rural” party because of proposed post office closures.

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Politicians return to ‘ghost town’ to stamp disapproval of closures

It was a bit like Mass in the old days. People might talk if you weren’t seen there, writes Michael Clifford

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