At 3:38pm today (Queensland time) we received these two emails … the first (left) apologises for Australia Post being unable to find Pip’s missing birthday present, which was logged in at the Longreach Post Office then not delivered in October; the second (right) arrived a split second later: “case closed”.
What happens now? We just resume normal life and wonder what the post office will lose next … and send all our Christmas presents by mail? — NOT! Contact us here, on FaceBook, Twitter or LinkedIn or by email if you have had a similar experience with your postal/”non-postal” service.
Dallas Scott of the Garden Shed in Longreach tells us she is delighted to offer free postage within Australia for Christmas gifts ordered before December 10th. Here’s a look at her latest specials. Thanks Dallas!
News from Australia Post yesterday … our parcel disappeared on October 21; it’s now November 9 and they have just launched an investigation. What if the parcel was “really important” … more than a (mere) birthday present? We are now hearing stories that many many parcels sent with Australia Post have gone missing. Is this a Titanic iceberg?