News That’s Good For You

You may ask – where’s the positive good news that makes people feel happier?

Here is the answer.

We turn bad news into good and flood the world with News That’s Good For You.

This newspaper was born in 2016 when kids got together to remedy the situation less than a mile from the childhood home of BBC TV star Jill Dando who was murdered in 1999.

Thousands of children from two local schools had been writing news that’s good for people since 2011.

In 2019 aged 9 to 12 they became the first journalists in the world to interview new UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in Downing Street.

Our youngest Good News reporters with Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Founding editor Shane Dean and other professional journalists in BBC, ITV,, Sky News and more had been training children to good news journalism since 2007.

Shane has been writing news for the media since 1996 with a mission to help produce good news to make people feel better about life and the world.

Our mission – flood the world with News That’s Good For You.

✔️ Flood the Media, Social Media and world with UK and world News That’s Good For You.

✔️ Turn bad news into happy, positive good news.

✔️ Offer a platform people of all ages to become journalists of good news.

✔️ Inspire readers to feel happier, more positive with hope

✔️ Produce a positive mental health, family friendly daily newspaper.

✔️ Use our journalism to make lives better for people and the world a better place.

✔️ Inspire reporters to be kind, compassionate, enthusiastic, positive thinkers, world changers.

✔️ Help readers to feel better after visiting our news site.

✔️ This is journalism with a smile on its face.

A news revolution born out of the tragic murder of Jill Dando

Jill Dando was the Golden Girl of TV

Your Good News newspaper was founded in 2016. It was the idea of children from Priory Community School Academy. They had been writing positive stories in 2011, a 10 minute walk from the childhood home of BBC journalist legend Jill Dando in Worle near Weston super Mare, Somerset.

The Post was born as a place to ‘Post’ all their positive stories up.

Their sister school Worle Community School Academy, where Jill started her journalism aged 13, set up the first Jill Dando News Centre shortly after. There are now 11 centres and over 100 reporters.

The smiling face of Britain

Jill Dando was murdered in London in 1999 at the peak of her powers, becoming the best TV journalist in the land. Not only that, but she ran her life and work with kindness, compassion, and a smile.

But her memory is very much alive with scores of reporters young and old across Britain writing stories for The Post, with Jill as their inspiration.

She was the smiling face of Britain. Now more than ever, the world needs that smile.

Jill Dando reporter Olivia, front left, with world author Jeffrey Archer, middle, Nigel Dando, left, and Oli Ballard, second left, and Andrew Scott, far right, at the launch of a Jill Dando News Centre

First journalists in the world to interview Prime Minister Boris Johnson

In 2019, some of our youngest reporters aged 9 to 11 became the first journalists in the world to interview Prime Minister Boris. Johnson inside Downing Street.

Our reporter Dawson interviews The Prime Minister Boris Johnson in front of millions of Tv viewers

They are trained by Jill’s older brother Nigel, 48 years a journalist, and a host of top flight Media people from across Britain.

To be a reporter, you must be passionate to make the world a better place. You can be any age. Training supplied.

Email news@goodnewspost.org