Following a recent news report “Why privatise our Post Office” featured in this week’s Isle of Man Examiner, Isle of Man Post Office would like to clarify that privatisation is not on its agenda. In the January Tynwald, the Chief Minister is on record as saying that wholesale privatisation of services is not on the agenda.
In celebration of the birth of a future heir to the British Monarchy, Isle of Man Post Office is producing royal memorabilia items to mark this key moment in British history.
The work of renowned Manx artist John Miller Nicholson is showcased in a new stamp issue by Isle of Man Post Office in the centenary year of his death.
Certain articles such as explosive and corrosive liquids must never be flown, but new rules have been agreed with the Civil Aviation Authorities which will allow certain items, previously prohibited, to be sent through the post with effect from Monday (July 15).
Three student artists of the Isle of Man College have had their work recognised in a prestigious competition.
Isle of Man Post Office marks the 225th anniversary of The Times newspaper by commemorating some of the most significant events of recent history reported in this world famous publication.
Isle of Man Stamps & Coins have officially launched their Tour de France Edition 100 set of 8 stamps at an event with Peter Kennaugh MBE