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25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week – Part 74

Here are this week’s uplifting headlines.

1-5 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

1. The South Korean government will shut down employee computers so they leave on time. – Source

2. Thirteen-year old’s public rock museum was robbed, so people continent-wide offer donations and samples from their collections. – Source

3. The couple meets at a speed-dating event, fall in love. He’s 92, she is 80. – Source

4. “Stranger Things” stars cheer up kid after classmates fail to attend a birthday party. – Source

5. Body cam footage shows Ohio police officers saving the choking 2-month-old girl. – Source

6-10 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

6. McDonald’s wants to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 36%. – Source

7. Charlotte Pence buys John Oliver’s parody book to support charity. – Source

8. In a first, transgender person becomes a news anchor in Pakistan. – Source

9. “I’ve been given my sight back,” two people with severe vision loss due to a degenerative eye disease are able to read after embryonic stem cell treatment. – Source

10. Bill protecting sharks and all rays moves forward. – Source

11-15 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

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11. Winning: Student At Columbia Univ. develops “Racing Auditory Display(RAD)” technology which enables the blind to play racing games on a level competitive to sighted players. – Source

12. Father paralyzed in Manchester attack regains movement in his legs. – Source

13. She was the only woman in this photo of 38 scientists. 47 years later, she’s been identified. The mystery began with a photo of 38 eminent scientists, and a question: Why did the caption name all the men, but not the young Black woman? – Source

14. Castaway, 79, who shunned society to live alone on an Italian island earns a legion of social media fans from his photos documenting solitary life. – Source

15. A bicycle is stolen; the victim leaves a sign, people from the neighborhood turn up to help with a spare bike and support. One person even offers $200 to buy the poster. This is the story of #KarmaCycle. – Source

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