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The end isn’t nigh. Why we should be optimistic about the future
The Doomsday Clock moved closer to midnight recently, but a new book questions such pessimism. Here's why we should be optimistic
Woman sells home she's lived in for 102 years - which her family bought for £200
A 104-year-old woman is selling the home she moved into aged two, having lived in it through the Second World War, the invention of television and the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb.
The lonely bloke’s guide to friendship - Positive News
Why do men struggle with friendship? Comedian Max Dickins explores the ‘male friendship recession’, and the projects doing something about it
People are praising this robot as 'better than Messi'
Could this high-tech android compete with the GOAT?
Rick Astley - Never Gonna Give You Up (Official Music Video)
The official video for “Never Gonna Give You Up” by Rick AstleyTaken from the album ‘Whenever You Need Somebody’ – deluxe 2CD and digital deluxe out 6th May ...
Rare moment tarantula releases oozing sac with 1,700 offspring
The enormous female spider will fiercely guard her young.
Man down? The organisations tackling male loneliness - Positive News
From walking groups to shed clubs, these male spaces are tackling the taboo of poor mental health and supporting vulnerable blokes
High caffeine levels 'may help people stay slim' and cut risk of diabetes
New genetic evidence suggests that having higher blood caffeine levels may cut the risk of diabetes and help people stay slimmer.
‘It can be done. It must be done’: what the latest IPCC report tells us
Are we falling short? Yes. Is time running out? Yes. Can we turn things around? Yes. A summary of the IPCC report, by two of its authors
Buzzzz! World’s first TV gameshow for deaf people - Positive News
Mainstream quiz shows do not typically work for deaf people. A new gameshow is changing that – and is on the hunt for contestants
Man breaks into stranger's home and falls asleep on sofa after a 'heavy night'
The uninvited guest was splayed across the cushions, with his arms akimbo and jeans pulled down to reveal his undies.
How can I stop climate change? Six easy lifestyle changes to make
What can I do about climate change? Many of us are asking ourselves the same question. These steps are a good place to start
William Shatner savaged after he claimed UK town was 'laced with prostitution'
Star Trek icon William Shatner once claimed that the seaside town of Ilfracombe, Devon, was 'laced' with prostitutes and was met with a furious response from the former mayor
Detection of vaping among children 'may be more difficult' than parents realise
The majority of parents assume they would know if their child was vaping and are confident their kids are clued up on the health risks, but a new poll suggests they may be taking a rose-tinted view.
'Prima donna' William Shatner called 'weird' Star Trek stars' feud 'a sickness'
Captain Kirk actor William Shatner, who turns 92 today (March 22), described his former Star Trek co-stars as "weird" for carrying on a 60-year feud from the set of the hit TV show
£4m worth of gold reclaimed after 2019 Heathrow Airport plane discovery
Some of the 104kg of gold was shaped in hearts, and some in bars. The National Crime Agency, which worked alongside authorities in the Caymans, traced the gold back to South America.
Australia mass fish deaths: Slick of bodies blanket surface of major river causing a putrid stench
The rotting carcasses in the Darling River in a remote part of New South Wales, around 620 miles west of Sydney, is causing a headache for residents and worrying the experts.
Labrador retriever loses crown after 31 years on top as America's most popular dog
After three decades of being America's most loved dog breed, it's time to make way for a new top dog. So the question remains, which four-legged, button-nosed, perky-eared breed has taken the crown?
What went right: saving Europe’s ‘last wild river’, plus more good news
Europe got its first ‘wild river park’, dance became a form of protest in Iran, and England expanded free childcare, plus more good news
Margot Robbie lookalike who stripped for sex scene constantly mistaken for star
Samara Weaving's journey to Hollywood virtually mirrors that of fellow Aussie actress, Margot Robbie, then there's her looks, age and willingness to strip in front of the camera
Search under way for mountain lion who clawed man in hot tub
At least 27 people have been injured in mountain lion attacks in Colorado since 1990, three of them fatally, but the victim in this incident escaped with minor scratches.
Man who tattooed his Tesco Clubcard onto his arm has earned just £18 in points
'Sometimes when I go in there, the cashier doesn't believe it's real - I have to tell them "just scan it please!" and they're shocked.'