Offering a little oasis of calm and positivity in these ever confusing times that remain, we bring you three more uplifting headline makers in this week’s installment of The Good News Week.
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PAINTING LOCAL LANDMARKS FOR NHS HEROES
Our first story this week is from our own fair corner of the world on Braintree and Witham Times. Talented young artist Libby Hanness, aged 15 from Great Dunmow, who has put her talents to good use painting some local landmarks, with the aim of selling them off to raise money to support NHS workers during the current situation. See more of her amazing work here.
NEW LIFE DOWN UNDER
If you’re needing to see some uber cute bundles of fluff, BBC News have delivered in spades this week, reporting on the birth of two rare breed morepork owl chicks on the Norfolk Islands in Australia, the first there in exactly 10 years. Head here to go and get your heart eyes on big time.
LIONHEARTED HUG FOR A WWII VETERAN
Finally this week, some more heart eyes videos for you courtesy of Rumble, of Jim, a WWII veteran who moved to Canada from England, and helped found the St John Ambulance Dog Therapy Movement in the 1950s, who has been surprised by a local zoo with a hug from one of their lion cubs. Check the heart warming video out here.