Here's a round up of last week's most popular good news stories (and most watched video), just in case you would like to catch up.
World Nature Photography Awards: Paddling orangutans, snoozing macaques and a seal hunting its lunch were among the winning shots. See the best...
73 Mile Wide Expletive Aimed at Putin: An unknown pilot traced a route over western Poland to convey a robust view of the Russian leader via flight tracking websites.
Brutus Ides of March Gold Coin Worth $2 Million: A 2,000 year old Roman coin minted as a salute to Julius Caesar’s assassination is up for auction. “It’s priceless, but it still has a price tag,” says the auction house.
The Return of Dumbphones: These devices are similar to some of the first handsets that people bought back in the late 1990s and they're enjoying a major comeback
How Many Steps? You’ve probably heard that you’re meant to take 10,000 steps every day for optimal health, but research indicates that this figure is entirely arbitrary and you don't actually have to walk that far to reap the benefits.