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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