Had your fill COVID-19 stories? Here's your mental health break.
We've trawled our websites across Australia to bring you a curated list of the most uplifting stories in the ACM network.
Enjoy a five-minute break from the world falling apart and then share with your friends so they can enjoy, too.
Cake bakers and those who start their day 'sunny side up' can stop panicking, Australia is not running out of eggs.
While some shoppers have faced shelves devoid of the staple, the egg industry is assuring customers this is a short-term problem and Australia's laying hens are still hard at work.
Australian Eggs managing director Rowan McMonnies said the absence of eggs in supermarkets is driven by higher than normal demand, and is not a refection of the continuity of supply.
"Australia's 21 million hens are still laying eggs and farmers are working around the clock to get those eggs to their customers," he said.
A fitness guru who is live streaming an exercise class to help children keep fit while they are in isolation received 2.7m views in his first video.
P.E with Joe has caught the attention of the world as parents find new ways to keep their families fit and healthy during these unusual times.
You can watch the video here. (It's totally worth the extra click.)
A Burnie man has managed to take out a raffle prize with a single ticket, nabbing a brand new car at the Burnie Surf Life Saving Club's centenary fundraiser on Sunday.
The raffle was drawn before a small crowd, one of the club's last events before going into lockdown.
Winner Tim O'Rourke said he had bought a single ticket just last week, promising the car to his partner, May Janthaduang.
"She hasn't got her licence yet, so the first trip may be around the block with L plates," he said.
Do we need to say more? Awwwwww.
Not even forced lock downs could stop a special birthday celebration for Priscilla Herbert who turned 100 today.
Mrs Herbert celebrated the milestone with some friends, family and staff at Carrington Aged Care Facility.
Mrs Herbert said her fondest memory was meeting her future husband, George, on River Medway beach in Kent, England.
The Herbert's were later married in the late 1930s.
"The best thing that the family ever did was to come to Australia in early 1952 and build a house ourselves on five rural acres west of Sydney," Mrs Herbert said.