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
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 […]
April 23, 2018: The Irish Postmasters’ Union (IPU) is this week to begin a ballot of its members on a new plan for the future of the Post Office Network. The plan was announced last week and has been agreed by the IPU Executive and An Post. It includes a €50m investment in the Network. […]
April 20, 2018: The Irish Postmasters’ Union (IPU) has today welcomed the announcement of a new plan for the Post Office Network. Following intensive negotiations with An Post, the IPU Executive has agreed a deal and believes that it represents the best possible plan to sustain as large a Network as possible into the future. […]
4 December, 2017: Postmasters have called for the Post Office Network to maintain a role in the collection of TV Licence fees – which is worth €3m to the Network annually. Postmasters said running the service through the Revenue Commissioners, as proposed by the Joint Oireachtas Committee for Communications last week, would further reduce transactions […]