Good evening one and all – hope your week is going well so far! Time as always to bring you our look at three inspiring and uplifting stories making news headlines as we always do every Wednesday, with The Good News Week.
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SALVATION IN THE FLOODS
First to BBC News this week, and whilst many communities up and down the country continue to be battered by and feel the effects of recent storms and floods, one such community in Pentre, Shropshire, are being helped in an ingenious way by the landlord of the local pub. See more here.
CONSERVATION FOR THE COMMUNITY
On CNN this week, there’s a report on the MDC (Missouri Department of Conservation) and how their deer hunters have donated 350k of venison meat to help the efforts of food banks and pantries across the state this winter, as part of the ‘Share the Harvest’ programme. Read more about their incredible efforts here.
REUNITING A ROGUES GALLERY
Finally, on ABC News this week, the story of Brian Bononi, an architect from Kansas City, who has been embarking on a one man mission to reunite families with countless photos, canvas and commemorative pieces left behind in a recently closed photography store. Take a closer look at the full picture (pardon the pun) here.