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Dermot Divilly, Chairman of An Post, has announced the appointment of David McRedmond as Group Chief Executive of An Post to succeed Donal Connell who retired recently. David was appointed following an extensive competitive search process overseen by the Board. He will take up the role at the beginning of October for a fixed seven-year term.
As the 2016 Paralympics are in progress and three Irish paracyclists took medals in Rio yesterday, cycling is having a great impact on the country right now. An Post today, (Thursday 15th September) issued a set of stamps which recognise the growth in popularity of cycling in Ireland.
Dublin 5th August, 2016: It’s back. Fifty years after it left the street, Nelson’s Pillar has returned to O’Connell Street, brick by tiny brick….LEGO bricks to be exact. The monument which dominated Dublin’s skyline for more than 150 years was infamously blown up in 1966.
Images of Ireland’s breath-taking Wild Atlantic Way will soon be winging their way across the globe thanks to a colourful quartet of stamps produced by An Post and released today (Thursday).
29 June 2016 - An horrific WW1 battle that claimed the lives of more than one million soldiers, many of them Irish, has been marked by An Post. This week, a stamp commemorating the centenary of the Battle of the Somme went on sale.
17th June, 2016: Following a review of pricing by An Post, rates for postal services will increase from Thursday, 21st July, 2016.
Keen pitch and putt player Maureen Brady from Glasnevin in Dublin 11 is looking forward to a hassle-free summer now that her new An Post DeliveryBox is being installed at her home. No more waiting around for her online shopping to be delivered – instead Maureen will be hitting the fairways at her local course!
New Visitor Passport developed by Fáilte Ireland and An Post encourages greater exploration along the west coast route
12 May, 2016: A pair of ‘Think Green’ stamps has been released today by An Post as part of a Europe-wide effort marking ecology in action.
The 2016 An Post/INTO Handwriting Competition has had another huge year with schools nationwide taking part. The challenge was met by pupils with 65,000 postal entries from primary and secondary schools around the country for the second year in a row.
28th April, 2016: In its 2015 Annual Report, published today, An Post shows a profit of €8.6m compared to €3.3m in 2014.
Dublin’s streetscape turns red today at selected locations around the capital for An Post’s “GPO Witness History” campaign, a major new 1916 centenary initiative which turns back time to tell the story of the Rising from the unique perspective of local, heritage postboxes that stood in silent witness to the dramatic events of the time – and ever since.
Maria Walsh, vocals; Carole Nelson, Sax & Piano; Peter Vogelaard, Double Bass; Paul O’Byrne, Drums
3 March 2016: Tired of not being able to buy that sought after item because the company doesn’t ship to Ireland? Well, AddressPal is the perfect solution; it’s An Post’s new service for online shoppers available from today (Thursday). AddressPal allows customers to have their UK online shopping delivered to Ireland by providing a UK delivery address for your online shopping.
It’s all change for An Post in Lusk where the local post office has just taken up a prime location with a re-vamped office.Lusk’s post office has just moved to a new location at Supervalu, Station Road. The new office was formally ‘switched in’ to the national post office network linking it to more than 1,130 other post offices in the An Post national network.
Artist Barbara Knezevic creates‘They are of us all’, as a reflection on young lives lost.
9th February 2016: A stamp marking the 50th year of The Irish Heart Foundation was unveiled by Philatelist, heart attack survivor and long-standing support group volunteer Thomas Bergin at the GPO today (Tuesday).
On Easter Monday, 24 April 1916, around 1,000 poorly-armed members of the Irish Republican Brotherhood, Irish Volunteers, Irish Citizen Army and Cumann na mBan occupied the centre of Dublin and proclaimed the establishment of an Irish Republic. The rebellion ended within six days, leaving almost 500 dead, and much of the city-centre in ruins.
No more missed deliveries, stress free online shopping and your parcels delivered safely even when you are out. All this is promised by An Post’s innovative DeliveryBox service which has just been launched nationwide.
The Tánaiste and Minister for Social Protection, Joan Burton, T.D. has announced today (Thursday, 28 January 2016) a further renewal of her Department’s contract for cash social welfare payments at Post Offices. The current contract was signed in December 2013 for an initial two years with an option for extension for a further four years on a yearly basis - total of six years.
Launches improved product range