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- As you can guess, 88 billion would keep a lot of postmen and postwomen in jobs delivering cheques.
- Currently, postmen and postwomen in inner London get £3,281, and in outer London £2,038, on top of the basic salary to compensate for the capital's high living costs.
- More than 20,000 postmen and postwomen remained on unofficial strike across the capital and in parts of Essex, the North-West, Hampshire, the Midlands and Home Counties.
- We counted 219 cyclists crossing under the railway bridge, 40 of whom were postmen or postwomen.
- A terrified postwoman is refusing to deliver mail to a house in the street because of a frightening cat.
- Reading - one third of the postmen and postwomen are suffering from influenza, and deliveries are much delayed.
- He said: ‘The postwoman was handing over some mail to one of the residents who noticed two youths on a blue moped pull up by the bike.’
- A strike by Royal Mail staff at Wythenshawe has been called off after a postwoman sacked for not wearing a cycle helmet was given her job back.
- A council spokesman said: ‘The postwoman went through a very traumatic incident due to this dog and had she not been wearing thick clothing, her injuries could have been much worse.’
- ‘My plan was to stay with the main group and to see how I felt,’ explained the new champion, whose job as a Manchester postwoman certainly helped her training programme.
- A village postwoman has been branded a ‘nasty busy body’ for deliberately withholding mail from a resident who was an ‘outsider’.
- She initially started working as a postwoman, but decided to become a driving instructor to rid the region of its dangerous drivers.
- The bag was left next to a wall while the postwoman began her round.
- The woman was discovered in a distressed state later on after Rochester told a postwoman to go to the house.
- She also loved to receive letters and looked forward to the arrival of the postman or postwoman on a daily basis.
- He meets a postwoman and falls in love with her.
- A district councillor said: ‘She is the friendly face of the Royal Mail, a traditional village postwoman who knows everyone and is good at her job.’