The Good News Week (20/02/2019)

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Needing a burst of positivity to inspire you and lift you up? Look no further than The Good News Week, our weekly bulletin every Wednesday of some of the most uplifting stories that have been making the news in the last seven days.

If you enjoy checking these stories out, remember this is a place for you to share any good news you find too, be it local or national – and from wherever in the world you are!

So if you find something positive in the news this coming week that you think we should feature next Wednesday then you can leave your comments below or Tweet us with the hashtag #GoodNewsWeek!

MOSQUE GETS HOSPITAL BUGGY MOTORED UP

First this week, a story from The Northampton Chronicle, reporting the news of the congregation at a mosque in Northampton, who raised over £1000 at a morning service recently to help raise money for a new patient transport buggy at Northampton General Hospital. You can read about their incredibly generous gesture here.

TURTLE POWER

We head to slightly warmer climes next, and to The Independent, who report that a rare breed of giant turtle, long believed to be extinct for a century, has been found on the Galapagos Islands by a team of conservationists. Their amazing findings can be read about here.

BURIED TREASURES UNEARTHED AT WHITE ROCK

And lastly this week, to GlobalNews.ca, with the story of Chris Turner, a resident of White Rock in Canada, who has set up a website with a team of volunteers and his trusty metal detector which has helped reunite over 5000 pieces of lost jewellery with their owners. Find out more by reading the heart warming story here.

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