A system error left customers across the UK unable to pay their bills or post packages.Read the full story ›
Up to 61 more Post Office branches will move into WHSmith stores over the next year.Read the full story ›
Police held three on suspicion of causing an overnight explosion that blew out a village post office near Bristol and saw money stolen.Read the full story ›
The number of post offices open on Sundays has reached 3,000 as the firm tries to keep up with changing demands, new figures show.
The milestone figure was reached when the Bergh Apton branch in Norfolk opened its doors - offering a garden centre, farm shop and restaurant as well as traditional postal services.
Our customers' needs are changing, and so are we. We intend to be the largest retail network in the UK open seven days a week.
Figures from The Post Office show the earliest branch opening time was 3.30am, while other branches close as late as midnight.
Three branches are open 24 hours a day.
The Post Office is "concerned" by the findings of a report into an alleged glitch in its computer system.Read the full story ›
Workers who deliver money to Post Offices are set to stage a 24-hour strike in a dispute over pay and jobs.Read the full story ›
Holidaymakers travelling for a beach holiday in Spain or Bulgaria will be able to buy more for less, according to the Post Office.Read the full story ›
Currency rates make Bali the best holiday spot for British bargain-hunters, according to a travel survey. But where is the most expensive?Read the full story ›
Staff in hundreds of Crown Post Offices will stage a fresh strike on November 20 in a long-running dispute over jobs, pay and branch closures, the Communication Workers Union said.
A Unite official has defended the union's decision for Post Office managers to go on strike.
Brian Scott said: "While we understand that the industrial action will cause inconvenience to the public, the ball is in the management's court - as it has been for the last 16 months - to reach a fair and equitable settlement.
"Unite is ready to have talks at anytime with the Post Office to resolve this matter, but the management has taken a very hardline stance against our members who have seen their living standards seriously eroded."