Tell Me The Good News – our latest website launch and event

Tell Me The Good News – our latest website launch and event

By Katie Morris
November 8, 2022

With huge success across our three current websites, Ireland Before You Die, Meanwhile in Ireland, and The World Bucket List, we are now launching our new good news website – Tell Me The Good News.

Tell Me The Good News – our latest website launch.

If you’re fed up with constantly hearing negative news every day, you’ll be pleased to learn that we are launching our latest website, Tell Me The Good News.

Based in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Tell Me The Good News is a brand new good news website that is breaking the negative news cycle by bringing you uplifting and inspiring stories from all over the world.

Now, you have the chance to be a part of something really special by coming to our launch next week, 17 November, in Belfast city centre.

Tell Me The Good News – how the idea was born

Tell Me The Good News – our latest website launch.
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Tell Me The Good News came to be during the first lockdown of the Covid-19 pandemic in Belfast in 2020.

People around the world were becoming despondent with the constant cycle of negative news that seemed to be endlessly on rotation on every news and social media outlet.

Founder of Tell Me The Good News, Stevie Haughey, said, “I was fed up with the constant negativity. I couldn’t find any good news websites with daily good news, so I made it my mission to create one”.

Having successfully grown several much-loved websites, including Ireland Before You Die, Meanwhile in Ireland, and The World Bucket List, we are confident that our passionate team has the skills and ability to bring Tell Me The Good News to life.

Our mission – what Tell Me The Good News is all about

Our mission at Tell Me The Good News.
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In every corner of the world, people and communities carry out wonderful acts of kindness every day.

However, we just don’t hear enough of it because the world is often overwhelmed with negative news.

Our mission is to give these positive news stories a platform to be heard and to be celebrated. While the world is a harsh place and hard-to-hear news is often important, we want to implicate a balance to brighten people’s days with good news, too.

If we make one person in the world smile with one of our good news stories, then we have done what we came here to do.

Launch event – join us at the official launch party

Our official launch event in Belfast.

Since the idea for Tell Me The Good News came to be, our team has been putting in every effort to make a slick website, thought-provoking and uplifting articles, and social channels where you can keep up to date with good news around the world.

Now, the website is live, and we’re hosting an official launch party in Belfast city centre at 7.30 pm next week, 17 November.

Event details

Venue: The Marcus Ward, 1 Bankmore Square, Belfast BT7 1DH

When: Thursday, 17 November 2022 @ 19:30

Dress code: Smart casual

Secure your entry to the event

Secure your VIP place now by filling out the form on our sign-up page.

NOTE: If you haven’t signed up, you may be turned away at the door. Sign up to ensure you don’t miss out!

Tell Me The Good News – our latest website launch and event

About the author

Katie Morris is the Assistant Editor at Emerald Green Media. She has travelled and worked across many countries around the world, documenting her travels through writing, pictures, and videos as she goes. Katie currently lives in Belfast and loves to discover new and exciting things to see and do all over Ireland. She studied English at university, gaining valuable experience that she has used throughout her career since graduating.

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