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#R2BC Friday’s #GoodNews

Sustainable Sun cream from Algae China makes breakthrough in Mining of ‘Flammable Ice’ FTSE 100 Rebounds & Sterling is on the Rise Text-to-Switch plan for UK Cell Users Mourne Mountain Wall being Repaired University of Aberdeen team saves 50 000 Frozen Alaskan Artefacts UN is looking into ways to Protect Birds from dangers of Green […]
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#R2BC Thurday’s #GoodNews

Ever since the BBC used David Belle as part of an advertising campaign I have been fascinated by the art of Parkour (aka Freerunning): Today, one of favourite stories is hearing of Freerunning’s acceptance as a sport. From the estates of Northern Paris to the world state of sport, movies and video games the thing […]
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#R2BC Wednesday’s #GoodNews – A Record Day

Some days I have to wonder about the editorial policies of major news networks. I will admit that I am a royalist but as much as Elizabeth II’s record breaking run is a genuine moment of history, I cannot help but say that child mortality being HALVED since 1990 is worthy of celebration and a […]
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#R2BC Tuesday’s #GoodNews

As some of you may know I used to work in the games industry and while we’ve seem incredible advances in technology, between #gamergate, hackings and the recent loss of industry giant Satoru Iwata there hasn’t been much to Really celebrate and be proud of. Today, with the inclusion of, World Cup Winning US Forward, […]
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#R2BC Wednesday’s #GoodNews – Scrapped & Thwarted

I thought for today the high points were going to be the establishing of a new National Park in Australia or the assertion of the rights of United Nations staff, but thank you to my friend Lelani for posting up this addition to the dictionary in Sweden. What good news will you find today? Sweden […]
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#R2BC – Friday’s Good News Digest

Welcome to the weekend folks. Here’s somethins a little daft to go along with the sunshine. Cricketers trying to hit clay pigeons with cricket balls. Peace in Burma, Synthetic blood research gets a step closer to clinical trials, HIV vaccine trials are starting in London. Lots to sing and dance about.