Collection of positive news snippets from around the world to get your weekend off to a good start.
It's May, and Judas trees are blossoming beautifully once more.
Scientists have discovered a microbe that completely protects mosquitoes from being infected with malaria. The team in Kenya and the UK say the finding has "enormous potential" to control the disease.
Study finds that the Finnish basic income pilot improved wellbeing.
Harry Potter author, JK Rowling, donates £1m to UK charities during coronavirus outbreak. Money will be split between Crisis and Refuge to help homeless people and those affected by domestic abuse.
VE Day was great news for sellers of bunting as Britons celebrated VE Day at home yesterday.
Evidence suggests we're drinking more often and enjoying better quality. But are we really drinking more?
Lockdown prompted emergency, heart warming operations to house rough sleepers in hotels, all across the globe.
It really does not matter if you're a middle class lockdown cliche. But are you?
The Nasdaq Is Now Positive in 2020. The tech-heavy index is up 31% over the last six weeks. Officially, it’s up .08% in 2020.
Berlin: The Barberini Museum in has reopened as part of Germany's plan to de-escalate lockdown and revive tourism, and its Monet exhibition has sold out.
Cycling in the London could increase ten-fold says mayor, announcing plans for a post-lockdown city.