Getting your week off to a positive start with some snippets of uplifting news.
Italy: Ferrari reopens with safety protocols as Italian industry gets back on track.
Coronavirus could 'burn out naturally' so vaccine not needed, claims former WHO director.
Belgium: Appears possible that llamas may hold the key to protection.
UK hotels, campsites and holiday parks scheduled to reopen in July.
Hundreds of cities worldwide transform streets into cycling routes and pedestrian walkways - with plans to stay that way.
Al fresco pubs and dining to save the high street. UK Ministers are considering a "blanket permission" for restaurants and cafes to make use of public squares for stalls, taking its cue from Vilnius, Lithuania - the first European city to adopt this approach.
UK Government is investing £93 million to bring forward the opening of a new vaccine-manufacturing centre in Oxford from 2022 to 2021, plus a further £38 million in a rapid deployment facility which will be able to begin manufacturing at scale from this summer if a vaccine becomes available before the new centre is complete.
Great to see Barak Obama raising his head above the parapet again and proving that (former) US Presidents can be coherent, non self-serving and inspiring. See and hear what he had to say to the Class of 2020.
Fish and chips enjoying a surge in popularity as a take-away during lockdown.
Face masks are going to be part of the 'new normal'. Here's our 6 tips to help you.
With the Eurovision Song Contest cancelled due to you know what, this was a contest like no other. In Saturday night's Eurovision-themed entertainment, Abba's Waterloo was crowned the best Eurovision song ever by the British public.
No need to wait for the end of lockdown: here's how two couples can dine together.