Snippets of news from around the world to get your weekend off to a positive start.
Dame Vera Lynn has become the oldest singer (103) to score a UK top 40 album, beating her own record when she became the first centenarian to hit the charts.
National Trust: A Glastonbury-style scramble is set for Monday, when the pre-booking reopens for venues open from Thursday.
Kerala, India: Health minister, KK Shailaja, hailed as the reason a state of 35 million people has only lost four to the virus.
This week’s star-studded “Rise Up New York!” virtual telethon hosted by comedic icon Tina Fey raised more than $115 million for New Yorkers who really need help.
The end of king coal: Europe is getting off coal even faster than expected.
US: Remote glamping tents in national parks are among the first travel options to reopen.
London has just 24 new coronavirus cases per day.
Bicycles sales are booming everywhere. Are electric scooters about to be legalised for use on UK roads?
Brazil: This week, 11 year old Gui Khury became the first skateboarder to ever land a 1080-degree turn on a vertical ramp. That's 3 x 360 degrees, i.e 3 complete spins.