Getting your weekend off to a great start with a round-up of positive news.
Australia: Wildlife park celebrates first koala birth since bush fires.
Eureka moment? Law firms report rush to patent ideas amid UK lockdown.
Half the matter in the universe was missing. Now, apparently, we've found it hiding in the cosmos.
Elsewhere in the cosmos, Twitter hides Trump tweet for 'glorifying violence'.
If all cars were electric in the UK, carbon emissions would drop by 12%. Extrapolate that out on a global scale!
It's not just the people of Florida who can watch SpaceX Crew Dragon whizz through the sky today. If it's a clear sky in the UK, Brits can see it too. Where, when and how.
Korea: Two North Korean defectors just got elected to South Korea's National Assembly.
Europe: EU plans to pour money into emissions-busting sectors: €91bn a year for home energy efficiency and green heating, €25bn of renewable energy, and €20bn for clean cars over two years, plus 2m charging points in five years; and up to €60bn will go to zero-emissions trains.
US: autonomous cars for contactless grocery deliveries to low-income households in Washington DC is starting.
Given that tens of million tons of food waste ended up in landfills last year, a cost-effective, safe method for keeping food fresh for longer is a big deal.
UK: Chancellor Rishi Sunak throws lifeline to self-employed by extending support scheme.