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Arising out of the incident, Ms Byrne has sued An Post and Paul Hannon, from Swords, the then postmaster of Balbriggan sub-post office. Photograph: iStock

A postal worker whose family was the subject of an attempted “tiger” kidnapping has brought a High Court damages action against An Post and the postma(...)

An Post said the price increases are in line with other European postal services, and reflect the “steady decline” in the number of people posting letters.  Photograph: iStock

The price of standard An Post domestic and international stamps are to increase by 10 cent from March 19th. The price of a standard domestic postage(...)

Writer Christine Armstrong: delivered a feisty speech that sought to “blow up the bullsh*t” that says women can have it all – a perfect home life as well as a perfect career. photograph: maxwells

The integration into the mainstream business and corporate world of ethical or moral issues, such as green concerns or the drive for workplace equalit(...)

From left to right: Emily O’Brien, Dublin Simon Community, Niamh Boyle, The Reputations Agency, Barry O’Halloran, senior reporter at the Irish Times business section, Debbie Byrne, managing director of An Post Retail and Bryan Dobson, Quiz Master. Photograph: Conor Healy/Picture it Photography

Calling all corporates: the Business Journalists Association of Ireland (BJAI) on Friday launches the 19th annual Corporate Challenge quiz, in aid of (...)

 Double lung transplant recipient David Crosby from Kingscourt , Co Cavan, with his daughter Erin (8) at the GPO, Dublin to launch the special stamp. Photograph: Maxwell Photography

An Post has launched a new postage stamp with the aim of starting a national conversation about organ donation. Featuring an hourglass timer that rep(...)

Irish banking customers tend to be very slow to do so, but switching may now make more sense than ever before. Photograph: iStock

Banking is getting more expensive. Back in January, Permanent TSB disclosed it was making it more difficult for its legacy customers to qualify for fr(...)

 Eimear Dignam: “We keep pushing out the final decision, but I don’t know how much longer I can hold out.” Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

There is still no clear picture as to whether this year’s Rás Tailteann will go ahead as before, with race organiser Eimear Dignam remaining in limbo (...)

The Communication Workers’ Union has been informed by its Dublin postal drivers’ branch that it is to pull out of the organisation. Photograph: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie

Postal drivers are planning to leave their trade union in a dispute over internal restructuring in the organisation. The Communication Workers’ Union(...)

Ireland’s Matthew Teggart: he will be one of four Irishmen on the new UCI-registered  team. Photograph: Craig Watson/Inpho

The blow to Irish cycling suffered by the ending of the An Post Chainreaction team at the close of the 2017 season plus the loss of the Aqua Blue Spor(...)

Race director Eimear Dignam and Noel Clarke on his 50th Rás. Photograph: INPHO/Bryan Keane

The organisers of the Rás Tailteann have postponed a decision about next year’s race, deferring a self-imposed deadline due to positive talks with po(...)

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