Collection of positive news snippets from around the world on 30 April.
Quarantini? Let OGN familiarise you with the new lockdown lingo.
Captain Tom Moore, the fund raising hero and chart topper, is 100 years old today.
Improve your day: 5 minute video showing some great stretches to awaken your body.
One loo roll now worth more than a barrel of crude oil.
Kind dog owner in a block of flats in Berlin is lending her dog to neighbours for them to enjoy going out for walks together.
Vilnius, the Lithuanian capital, to be turned into vast open-air bar and cafe to allow physical distancing during lockdown. Brilliant!
World's stock markets soar on coronavirus treatment hopes. Oxford lab leads the race.
After working with Deliveroo to serve more than 10,000 meals to charities and NHS workers from its kitchens, Nando’s has started offering home delivery from six outlets – four in London and two in Manchester – as part of a gradual reopening process.
Flexible working will be 'new normal' after lockdown, say bosses.
Great news! You don't have to jump off a mountain in a wing suit to enjoy it.
6 year old boy in British Columbia decided to spread joy in his community by setting up a “drive-by joke stand” so he could make his neighbours laugh (while respecting social distancing) and gets a shout out on Twitter by Hollywood A-lister and fellow Canadian, Ryan Reynolds.
Research is discovering all the different ways that nature benefits our well-being, health, and relationships. Find out what really happens when we reconnect with nature.
A London bus stop has been transformed into a children's art gallery by a local resident who wanted to brighten the drudgery of lockdown life, creating a colourful community hub.