Round-up of good news snippets from around the world to brighten up your day.
Chelsea Flower Show: obviously not happening this year but the star growers, who started their cultivation prior to lockdown, have lots of incredible plants they need to off-load. Now available online and at amazingly good prices.
Orchid grower in Ohio donates 50,000 orchids to front line care workers in 7 of America's worst hit cities.
Cats kill around one million birds every week in the UK. Let's give the birds a bit more of a chance of surviving by attaching a bell to cats' collars.
If you're of a practical and creative disposition, and looking for something new to do, take a look at what Andreas Wannerstedt has been up to.
Australia: some NSW pubs to open from Friday.
Ocean visitors in southern California are experiencing mesmerizing bioluminescent waves along their shores.
Denmark adds more carriages to trains to help with social distancing.
A single industrially farmed cow produces roughly as much pollution as six average European cars. But not anymore! Better burps for cows developed by Swiss company.
Reflecting the resounding success Greece has had in containing the virus, travel to and from the island of Crete, and throughout the mainland will resume on May 18; and, between the islands from May 25.
UK: Garden centres, golf courses, tennis centres and fishing lakes - are go!
Fancy a 5 minute skip through the evolution of piano music, brilliantly performed by two pianists, on video?