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Often, postmen spend hours trying to figure out the wrong or incomplete addresses on letters Photo: B. Jothi Ramalingam Daily, at least 500 letters cannot be delivered or sent back due to incomplete or wrong addresses In this era of fast-paced life,
Muddy lanes halt post to Owensfield and Holtsfield Villagers have to pick up their mail from the nearest Royal Mail depot Post to two rural communities of wooden chalets in Swansea has been halted because surrounding lanes are too muddy for Royal
Taipei, June 23 (CNA) The ability to deal with aggressive dogs and traffic accidents are among the favored qualities sought by Chunghwa Post Co. during the recruitment of postmen, according to the state-run company.
Caitlin and Kadyann Green with their 'dangerous' dog Chunk Postmen have stopped delivering to 70 homes on an entire street on health and safety grounds because a family won't control its dog, it emerged today. Royal Mail told residents their road is
Health and safety bosses have banned postmen from wearing shorts during the winter months in case they get frostbite. More than 200 hardy postmen were told they must wear trousers as part of their uniform when working in freezing temperatures. Postal
A postman has won his legal battle with Royal Mail after he fell and hurt his shoulder because his boots were too slippery. Clive Davey, 47, of Ipswich, Suffolk, is one of 15 postmen across the country who took legal action against their employer
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on 3rd January 2012 The number of complaints about postmen leaving cards to say residents weren't in when they tried to deliver packages, when in fact the householders were home, has risen by more than a third in the last two years.
It is because several gangs, operating for more than two decades, in league with postmen and post office employees in the capital, are active in stealing credit cards and charging those on a regular basis. Members of one such gang, including a