Tag Archives: Cycling

#R2BC Thursday’s #GoodNews

  Gay Men Convicted of Abolished Sex Offences to be Pardoned Humanitarian Ceasefire begins in Aleppo 3-Day Ceasefire Begins in Yemen WWI U-Boat Wreck found off Coast of Galloway Sculptures by the Sea Exhibition returns to Sydney Ice Age Fish continue to Flourish in Loch Skeen National Numeracy launches Mobile Maths game to help improve […]
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#R2BC Friday’s #GoodNews

Amazing progress for Great Britain at the Olympics, new hope for people suffering with paralysis AND a new Star Wars Trailer. Must be Friday. 🙂 Amazing News as Robot Training helps Trigger Improvement for Paralysed Greenland Sharks found to be Longest-Living Vertebrates 6-Year-Old Scout helps save a Life New Star Wars: Rogue One Trailer Free Weekend as […]
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#R2BC Monday’s #GoodNews

Well it’s good to be back. A new computer and a clearer direction is helping. Though I’m still recovering after being attacked in the street last week. However, if Reasons to be Cheerful has taught me anything it’s to look for the positives. So happy to be back with the positive news. I hope you […]
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#R2BC Tuesday’s #GoodNews

As some may know we’re big ol’ nerds here at Chez Nomad. From video games, to comic books, sci-fi to fantasy, roleplaying to wargaming it’s all fair game. While we see amazing things happening with both DC and Marvel as a fan of many webcomics I know there are some amazing artists and writers out […]
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#R2BC Tuesday’s #GoodNews

With lots of high emotions running around still, I’m keeping this short. Here are some amazing stories of collaborations, rescues and hope: Egypt Building New Home to Replace Crumbling Slums Ancient Urban Network Angkor Wat Smithsonian and V&A to Collaborate on Exhibition Space Spoon-Billed Sandpipers lay eggs in Captivity for First Time Science Robots to […]
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#R2BC Thursday’s #GoodNews

Hubble may be looking further than before but we live on a world with a water across most of its surface, much of which remains unexplored. I’m a great fan of conservation and the great work done by zoos and aquariums around the world, but I am smiling today as we Sea World will no longer […]
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#R2BC Monday’s #GoodNews – Breaking Barriers

Today’s news seems to be all about breaking barriers, whether it’s – In a School in Jerusalem Tackling Transgender inequality in Wales On the Athletics Track And in once case, the barrier between man and machine So if Monday Blue’s are getting you down, check out these positive news stories and breakdown some walls of […]
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#R2BC Monday’s #GoodNews

Backing my family today, so enjoy. Can’t wait to see my kids take their first steps, so hearing about a paralysed man making progress to getting back on his feet is particularly inspiring. Paralysed Man can now Ride Bike 99 Million-Year-Old Lizard Amber Fossil gives amazing Insight into Lost World Ghost-Like Octopod Discovered SpaceX Falcon […]
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#R2BC Friday’s #GoodNews

  Facebook to pay Millions of Pounds in Tax to UK University College, London Researchers may have found Cancer’s Achillies Heel Zika Vaccine could be ready for human testing later this Year Hubble sets Cosmic Distance Record Italian Workers freed in Libya Nearly 250,000 US jobs created in February Thousands Sign-Up to help save Cardiff […]
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#R2BC Thursday’s #GoodNews

Wild Gorillas compose Happy Songs and Hum During Meals A380 makes World’s Longest Non-Stop Commercial Flight EU Sentinel satellite Debuts Ocean & Land Images New Zealand Flag Referendum Enters Final Stage Store staff chase off Sledgehammer Gang Treasure trove of photos showing Birmingham in the 50s & 60s go on Show Railway Campaign Reunites Lost […]
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