Reasons to be cheerful: round up of today's good news.
People have done all sorts of weird and wonderful things during lockdown, including re-arranging their bookshelves to reflect the 'new normal'. Read the titles of the books above from top left to bottom right, in order.
Starting in July the window opens when missions to Mars can be easily sent across the interplanetary gulf. If all goes well it's going to be a busy month, with three such missions being mounted by NASA, China and the United Arab Emirates heading for the Red Planet.
France: In last week’s local elections, French voters showed the environment remains at the top of the agenda. And now Emmanuel Macron has a 146 point plan to tackle climate issues.
UK government has announced a £1.57bn rescue package for the country’s beleaguered cultural sector to help theatres, museums and music venues make it through the crisis.
Lamborghini: Car or motorboat? Now you have a choice. Check out this gorgeous one minute promo video and let your fantasies run wild on the Riviera.
Denmark: Copenhagen, the Danish capital, now has around 220 miles of world-leading segregated cycle highways. The good news is that city planners everywhere are taking note.
US: Elon Musk wasn't kidding about launching Tesla shorts (in a two fingers style gesture to shorters), announcing new S3XY satin short shorts to his 35 million Twitter followers.
Australia: Sydney, the county's largest city, has just started powering all its operations - street lights, sports facilities, buildings, and the historic Town Hall - with 100% renewable energy from local sources.
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