If you’re fed up with the constant negative headlines every day, then break the cycle today by following Tell Me The Good News!
Tell Me The Good News is a brand new global GOOD NEWS website based in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
The mission? To celebrate the good that is happening in the world and bring positive energy to our readers with inspiring stories and articles.
Our story ‒ how the website came to be
The idea for Tell Me The Good News came during the first lockdown of the Covid-19 pandemic in Belfast in 2020. Amid Covid lockdowns, it was clear that many people, ourselves included, felt an impending doom, with the majority of the media overcast with non-stop bad news.
Whether it be divisive politics and instability, wars, concerns over society’s physical and mental health, or increasing focus on climate change, it all became a bit too much.
Founder of Tell Me The Good News, Stevie Haughey, says, “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”.
Indeed, research by Bristol University has found that the number of young people with anxiety doubled from 13% before the pandemic to 24% during the early stages of COVID-19 and the first UK lockdown. By January 2021, that figure had risen to 27%.
Now, the cost of living crisis and economic turmoil has been thrown into the mix, with many individuals feeling deflated and worried. Some days, it really does feel like everything is f*cked.
Having successfully grown several influential websites, including Ireland Before You Die, The World Bucket List, and Meanwhile in Ireland, to a following of over one million people, we felt that our team could successfully launch a good news website as we have the skills for it and there is a clear demand for it.
Tell Me The Good News ‒ what we are all about
In every corner of the world, there are amazing acts of kindness and groups and individuals doing incredible things to help all aspects of life on earth.
We believe that they deserve to be recognised and celebrated. We want to counteract the monotony of negative news with positive and truly inspiring stories.
In fact, new research has shown consumption of positive news leads to increased acceptance of others, an increased sense of community, and increased motivation to contribute to social change.
Our aim is to show people that there is good in the world and bring this to the forefront of people’s attention. Even if we bring one good news story to somebody new every day and leave them feeling more positive, we’ve done what we came here to do.
In short, we want to help people feel happier. We want to break the negative news cycle!
Launch event ‒ join us at the official launch party
Since the idea for Tell Me The Good News, our team has been working hard to build a slick website, social channels, and content that will inspire people all over the world.
Tell Me The Good News is now live, and we’re doing an official launch in Belfast City Centre at 7.30 pm on 17 November.
Venue: The Marcus Ward, 1 Bankmore Square, Belfast BT7 1DH
When: Thursday, 17 November 2022 @ 19:30
Dress code: Smart casual
About this event
Come down to The Marcus Ward to be a part of something special, the launch of Ireland’s biggest good news site in the making!
There are opportunities to win some amazing prizes, from free entry to some of Ireland’s most unique attractions to a stay for two in a fabulous Irish hotel and so much more.
This is a great networking opportunity as guests include local businesses and influencers, and there are also some amazing job opportunities.
Expect free drinks and woodfired pizza to raise your spirits on this cold November night of giveaways and great opportunities.
Secure your entry to the event
Secure your VIP place now by filling out the form on our sign-up page.
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