Here's a round up of last week's most popular good news stories (and most watched video), just in case you would like to catch up.
Oxford Shark: Erected on a roof in 1986 in defiance of planning regulations - with the city council spending years trying to get it removed - the enormous shark plunging through a roof in suburban Oxford has now been awarded protected status.
Unprecedented Image: Space scientists have released the sharpest and most detailed picture of the sun and its outer atmosphere ever taken, revealing the jacket of gases enveloping the star, called the corona.
History's Greatest April Fools Pranks: April Fools’ Day has been celebrated for several centuries by different cultures, though its exact origins remain a mystery. However, the embrace of April Fools’ Day jokes by the media and major brands has ensured the unofficial holiday’s long life. Here are three classic, successful pranks.
Fancy an Invisibility Shield? Forget Harry Potter’s cloak, a British company have made a real-life invisibility shield.
Wind Pipelines: The UK’s offshore wind pipeline has increased by a 60 percent in 12 months. But how does that compare globally?
Most Popular Video: Taj Mahal - Monument to Love: We all know what the exterior looks like, but this gorgeous film also takes you inside this remarkable building complex.