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25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week – Part 89

Here are this week’s uplifting headlines.

1-5 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

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1. Brooklyn Nine-Nine cast supports Terry Crews. – Source

2. Bank returns stolen funds of Richard Overton, the World’s oldest living WWII Veteran. – Source

3. A man with down syndrome founds sock company with dad, earns 1.7 million their first year. – Source

4. Indian fishermen are pulling Plastic from the Oceans to build roads and have removed 25 tonnes of plastic from the Arabian Sea in first 10 months. – Source

5. A Teacher in India buys a bus and becomes a bus driver to make sure no one drops out of school. – Source

6-10 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

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6. Player misses first World Cup for the birth of first child, saying “Everybody says you only get one chance to be in a World Cup, but also there’s only one day in your life where your children are born.” – Source

7. The lottery winner giving her winnings away: Rachel Lapierre, from Montreal, Canada, won the lottery, with a prize of $1,000 a week for life. – Source

8. Gal Gadot, in Wonder Woman costume, stops by Virginia Children’s Hospital. – Source

9. The San Antonio Zoo wants to offer Toys ‘R’ Us mascot, Geoffrey, a new job as an ambassador for giraffe conservation. – Source

10. The first boys from a youth football team trapped in a Thai cave for two weeks have been rescued, reports say. – Source

11-15 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

11. Seattle becomes the first major U.S. city to ban plastic straws and utensils. – Source

12. Girl with cerebral palsy saves 1-year-old brother from drowning. – Source

13. JetBlue flight attendants come to dog’s rescue on a flight to Massachusetts. – Source

14. 100 backpacks full of supplies for needy students were donated in lieu of flowers at teacher’s funeral. – Source

15. Rhode Island files historic lawsuit against 21 big oil companies “Here we are—the smallest state, the Ocean State—taking on the biggest, most powerful corporate polluters in the world.” – Source

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