Brightening up the day with a collection of good news snippets.
The pope has appointed six women to oversee Vatican finances, the most senior roles ever given to women in the Catholic church.
Eco-friendly yacht: That might sound like a statement of the bleedin' obvious, but a new design takes everything to another level.
In partially good news, the Bank of England says the UK's coronavirus economic downturn is less severe than feared.
Japan: A robotics company has developed a rather clever 'smart mask' that can amplify voices, transcribe dictation, and - best of all - translate speech into eight different languages.
Gold has smashed through a new price record this week surpassing the psychologically important barrier of $2,000 (£1,522) an ounce, making it the best performing asset this year. Time to check your loft, cupboards and under your bed!
Mexico: The southern state of Oaxaca has banned the sale of sugary drinks and high-calorie snack foods to children - a measure aimed at curbing obesity.
For everyone in search of a laugh, it's very good news to know that Spitting Image, the once ground-breaking satirical show of 20 years ago, is set to make a revitalised come back later this year.
Spain: The first bearded vulture to be born in the Picos de Europa mountains in 75 years flew the nest this week - conservationists christened her Bienvenida, meaning “welcome” in Spanish.
Good news trend for holiday-makers, that's likely to be increasingly offered elsewhere too, British holidaymakers who travel to the Canary Islands will find any Covid-related costs are covered by the regional government, should they contract the virus. Of course, it's also very good news for businesses on the Canary Islands too.
Why not share the good news? You can quickly and easily send on any pages you particularly like by clicking on your preferred icon below (facebook or email, for example) and woosh, off it goes....