What we have got is an very conspicuous Labour Party collaboration, apparently aimed at denying Ireland and its people access to a useful postcode in order to ensure the competitive benefit of An Post and the employment benefits of the CWU and its members. Minister Pat Rabbitte agreed a major departure from the terms of
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Almost 3 months after launch and Eircode is not being used by An Post, not being used by Google, not being used by satnavs, not being used by the general public and not even being used by cheerleaders such as Nightline couriers. We always found it unusual that a successful entrepreneur would support a Labour minister but
WHY EIRCODE IS NOT A POSTCODE:- 1. It does not conform with the definition of a postcode as defined by the Universal Postal Union (UPU) 2. It does not conform with the definition of an Irish National Postcode as defined in the 2011/15 Postal Act 3. It cannot be used by An Post as it
Please see a letter below from to the Irish Times. Letter corresepondent wrote 8 letters to himself. 4 with right address but wrong Eircode and all got delivered the next day. 4 with no address or name just The Occupier & Eircode and one took 12 days to be delivered and the other 3 are
One week on from the debacle of the Eircode launch and the continuing negative reaction on twitter proves that Eircode is not a code for the people. Eircode exists as a property registration number to bill, fine or tax the people so it is not a code that people will get to know & use in their day to day life.
Well it turns out the flight was operated by an airline called Eirjet. Was this the Eircode pilot roll-out that Nightline called for?
So the stoat(loc8code) is fit for purpose & agile, while the rabbit (Eircode) is bloated, slow & eventually dead…enjoy!!!
Alex White and the DCENR have been lying consistently on one point in particular, the red herring and completely made up “Sequential Postcode Problem”. Today in particular the DCENR told RTEs Sean O’Rourke that if a “sequential” code such as Loc8 code was used, then every time a new building is built between 2 existing
Oireachtas Committee on Transport & Communications reluctantly allow Gary Delaney to appear before it…
On Tuesday last Gary Delaney the inventor of Loc8 Codes was very reluctantly invited before the Oireachtas committee on Transport & Communications. Mr. Delaney had tried to appear before the committee for over a year during which cheerleaders of the Eircode project were given unimpeded access to the committee. Other than the chairman, ZERO government TDs were in attendance