Potential Industrial Action to Affect Six Post Offices next week
The European Consumer Centre (ECC) Ireland, in conjunction with the Consumer Council for Northern Ireland, has today [Wednesday, December 14th 2016] launched a new report which found that despite EU legislation designed to prevent discrimination based on nationality and place of residence, some traders restrict consumers’ access to services.
Consumer Council welcomes today’s announcement by Royal Mail regarding the installation of an additional post box in Dromore, Co.Down.
Post Office Industrial Action could affect 6 branches.
Donaghadee Post Office will continue to operate from New Street, Donaghadee
The Consumer Council has advised Post Office customers to be aware of a planned 24-hour strike on Thursday 15 September, and to consider if they can visit on a different day or use an unaffected Post Office branch.
Consumer Council wants to learn about consumers’ experience of online delivery restrictions and exclusions to NI
The Consumer Council is urging people to respond to the public consultation on the proposed closure of Shaftesbury Square Post Office and to let Post Office Limited know how it would affect them.
Royal Mail has today announced price changes to some of its services, which will take effect on 29 March 2016. 1st and 2nd Class stamps are increasing by 1pence to 64p and 55p, respectively.
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