25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week – Part 214

Here are this week’s uplifting headlines.

1-5 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

1. Batteries capable of fully charging in five minutes have been produced in a factory for the first time, marking a significant step towards electric cars becoming as fast to charge as filling up petrol or diesel vehicles. – Source

2. “I Think My Gmail Has Crashed”: The teacher who made Bernie Sanders’ Mittens on watching them go viral. – Source

3. Former NBA player Delonte West is no longer homeless and has a job at the rehab center he attended in Florida. – Source

4. Salmon spawning in Upper Columbia River for first time in more than 80 years. – Source

5. Customer leaves ‘Covid sucks!’ message and a $1,400 tip at a Colorado restaurant. – Source

6-10 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

6. Volunteers remove more than 9,000 lbs of trash from the Tennessee River. – Source

7. Single anonymous donor gives $40 million to fund 50 civil rights lawyers. – Source

8. Illinois awards $31.5 million in marijuana-funded grants to repair communities harmed by the drug war. – Source

9. The bison have returned. Over 100 years after illegally taking lands on the Flathead Reservation, the federal government returns to land and management of bison to tribes. – Source

10. Egypt’s cabinet toughens law banning female genital mutilation. – Source

11-15 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

11. The UK will introduce a new visa at the end of January that will give 5.4 million Hong Kong residents – a staggering 70% of the territory’s population – the right to come and live in the UK. – Source

12. France has passed a law protecting the sounds and smells of the countryside. – Source

13. Tree species believed ‘extinct’ in Japan found after a century: The Asahi Shimbun. – Source

14. See-Saws built on the U.S. Border wall win a prestigious design prize. – Source

15. Elon Musk says he will give $100 million to whoever creates the best carbon capture technology. – Source

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