A six-year-old bought a rose for every woman and girl in his small town for Valentine’s Day, totalling 155 people.
A grandmother from Portsmouth has warmed hearts online after she was spotted going out alone in the cold after dark to give out hot food and drink to the homeless.
A VIP London Eye pod was the setting for romance as one couple got engaged on Valentine’s Day with the London skyline behind them.
Disgruntled Twitter users have been sending sarcastic Valentine’s Day messages to the Home Office after an old tweet resurfaced about “sham” marriages.
The Dutch government has enlisted a new ally in its campaign to prepare businesses for Britain’s departure from the European Union — a hairy, blue Brexit monster.
A US candidate has advanced to the final round of mayoral elections – despite dying in December.
Kids, famously, say the funniest things – but sometimes they can leave their parents in thoroughly awkward situations.
A driver involved in a crash with a truck had a miraculous escape on Sunday after their car was almost completely crushed against a motorway’s central reservation.
If the usual romantic messages aren’t quite doing it for you or your partner anymore, perhaps science can help.
A baby has experienced his first taste of viral fame, after social media fell in love with his adorable “100-Days” celebration photos.
A newborn baby has been pulled out of a storm drain after a dramatic three-hour rescue operation.
Dads and amateur comedians were dusting off their joke books on Monday as #UKPunDay trended on Twitter across the country.
Indonesian police have acknowledged officers terrorised a Papuan man with a live snake after a video of the incident circulated online.
Hundreds of people turned out for a snowball fight in a US park after someone who lives nearby suggested it on Facebook.
One man’s tale of his first day at work has the internet simultaneously roaring with laughter and cringing with embarrassment.
A pilot has explained a key flight manoeuvre that British Airways performed while descending into London Heathrow during the difficult weather conditions of Storm Erik.
A father who has been to more than 1,000 concerts with his son who has cerebral palsy is organising a music festival for him with the help of the local heavy metal community.
An apple grower has gone viral with images which show ghostly ice fruits hanging from a tree in freezing cold weather.
The platform that brought you The Dress and Yanny Or Laurel has another weighty issue for the world to argue about: if baguettes could move, how would they move?
Jeff Bezos’s explosive blog post about the National Enquirer produced dozens of talking points – but for some the key takeaway was the Amazon chief’s use of the word “complexifier”.
Brazilian politician Ana Paula da Silva has defended herself against online criticism after she wore a revealing outfit for a swearing-in ceremony at the Santa Catarina state assembly.
A man who wanted his surname on a personalised number plate has been told it’s too rude for the road.
Fisher-Price has recalled a Barbie-themed toy car in the US because of a fault which meant it continued to accelerate after children took their feet off the pedals.
A farmer in Australia has set a high bar for wedding proposals ahead of Valentine’s Day by asking the big question in 70-metre high letters carved into a field of wheat.
Everyone’s favourite Sesame Street character, Cookie Monster, has reached out to fans and conducted a Q&A for charity on Reddit.
An image of Nancy Pelosi applauding Donald Trump with apparent sarcasm during the State Of The Union address has become a meme.
Sometimes it seems logic works slightly differently in Hollywood movies than in real life, and we’ve all wished from time to time that our lives worked a little more like a film.
YouTuber Simone Giertz, known for building bizarre robots, has sent a sample of her brain tumour to Antarctica nearly a year after being diagnosed.
Always losing your wireless headphones? Paralegal Gabrielle Reilly has created a fun solution that will ensure your AirPods don’t go missing.
If the Valentine in your life identifies as a Geordie, there’s only one card to get them on February 14 this year.
Residents in an Australian city have been warned to watch out for crocodiles “in unexpected places” in the wake of unprecedented flooding.
Everyone needs a little bit of advice from time to time – even famous artists like Yoko Ono.