The Irish Postmasters’ Union (IPU) is the representative body for 90% of Postmasters, including over 1,000 members. The IPU works to ensure a secure future for Post Offices across Ireland. The IPU is committed to maximising the economic and social value of Post Offices.
Your Post Office – at the Heart of your Community
February 17, 2020: Public want to see more services at their local Post Office The vast majority of people (86%) favour Government financial support to keep their Post Office open and would like to see more State services becoming available. That’s according to new independent research, on a representative sample of 1,015 Irish adults, carried […]
January 20, 2020: Postmasters call for election commitment to PSO for Post Offices | 7% decrease in Post Office business in 2019 | Postmasters today warned that hundreds of Post Offices in villages, towns and cities could close over the next two years if urgent action is not taken by the next Government. The Irish Postmasters’ […]
November 7, 2019: Postmasters today welcomed the announcement that the contract for cash payment of Social Welfare has been retained by An Post. This means that cash pay-out of social protection payments will continue to be available as it currently is, over the counter at Post Offices for the next two years at least. The […]
August 2, 2019: Postmasters call for all Government Departments to urgently deliver more services at Post Offices Postmasters today voiced concern following the announcement of a plan to tender the contract for TV Licence renewal, included in the Broadcasting Bill published today. The Irish Postmasters’ Union (IPU) said the collection of TV Licence fees is […]