Isle of Man Post Office News

Isle of Man Post Office teams up with Rebecca House

Hospice Isle of Man is to promote Isle of Man Post Office’s ultimate Robin Gibb CBE collectable to help raise much needed funds for its children’s hospice, Rebecca House.

Wildlife artist Dr Jeremy Paul’s big cats paintings to feature on new stamps

As Dr Jeremy Paul celebrates 25 years as a professional full-time wildlife artist, Isle of Man Post Office features his latest paintings as the subject of a new stamp issue.

Post Office deploys its own ICT infrastructure

Isle of Man Post Office has successfully completed a major project to separate its information communication technology (ICT) infrastructure from the Government’s network, in a bid to give the business more e-commerce freedom.

Post Office strongly supports corporatisation recommendation

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.

Isle of Man’s stamp of approval for the arrival of HRH Prince George of Cambridge

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.

'Magical' murals showcased on new miniature sheet of stamps

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.

Changes to items which can be sent through the post

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).

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