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
September 18, 2018: Post Offices need many new services, continued investment and greater use from public The Irish Postmasters’ Union (IPU) today said that ‘Kiwi community banking’ does not provide a ‘panacea solution’ to the challenges faced by the Post Office Network. IPU General Secretary Ned O’Hara said while that today’s Post Office Dáil march […]
August 31, 2018: Post Office closures are happening because of a very challenging context The exits are voluntary and should be respected Consolidation and new services will strengthen the remaining 960 Post Offices An Post must publish a timeline for the roll out of new services The Network will need further review and forward planning […]
August 31, 2018: Postmasters call for timeline on new services in Post Offices The Irish Postmasters Union (IPU) today thanked and wished well Postmasters and Postmistresses across the country who have voluntarily opted to close their Post Offices. This follows the announcement this week by An Post that 159 Post Offices have opted to retire […]
May 21, 2018: The Irish Postmasters’ Union (IPU) has called for long-term commitment that Social Welfare payments will continue to be transacted through Post Offices – and for a timeline for new services. Speaking at the IPU’s 2018 Annual General Conference in Cavan at the weekend, General Secretary Ned O’Hara called for certainty that Social […]
May 11, 2018: Irish Postmasters’ Union (IPU) members have supported a ballot to accept a new plan for the Post Office Network. The IPU Executive had agreed the plan with An Post, but it needed approval from membership. 80% of members voted to support the plan and 20% voted against. IPU General Secretary Ned O’Hara […]