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What’s wrong with Eircode when it comes to storm aftermath? Zero use for reporting or navigating to downed trees. Zero use for reporting or navigating to downed power lines. Zero use for reporting or navigating to washed away bridges. Zero use for reporting damaged local authority infrastructure. Zero use for reporting damaged transport company infrastructure.
Critical time is being lost by ambulances travelling to accidents and other emergencies because they are not fitted with sat nav equipment, the Sunday Independent has learned. Paramedics are now using Google Maps on their personal mobile phones due to the lack of an on-board navigation system. And National Ambulance Service personnel are even forced
I met the postman on the street this morning on his round delivering the mail and I asked him a question. ‘Are there many people using Eircode?’ ‘Very few. We don’t use it unless somebody posts a letter with just the Eircode and no accurate address, then we would have to look it up on
An Post has confirmed that its staff does not use Eircode when delivering letters and parcels door to door, writes Joe Leogue of the Irish Examiner. The clarification comes following criticism from Fianna Fáil Communications Spokesperson Timmy Dooley, who said he received a complaint from a person who had a confidential letter delivered incorrectly to
Simply inconceivable that company does not use codes for mail, says Fianna Fáil’s Dooley From the Irish Times An Post has confirmed its local delivery staff do not use the State’s new Eircode system developed at a cost of €38 million. This is despite the fact that An Post franks letters with a reminder to
It takes a particular kind of political stupidity to be responsible for An Post, recognise that it is barely a viable commercial entity, contribute to discussions on how offices can be kept open and at the same time make plans to take away a very large State contract! Naughten is poorly advised by Departmental Officials
Has our national postcode just recovered from a day long Denial Of Service attack or is there another reason www.eircode.ie has been down for the best part of 24 hours. Remember the National Ambulance Service has pledged full support to this fragile database driven postcode and it is only a matter of time before the