Hello Australia!! - Trump's Chief of Staff caught in another lie, while his boss trashes an ally with ANOTHER lie - A judge's ridiculous reason for allowing a rapist to get away with it - An appalling plan to "feed" the poor - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

A celebrity investment analyst talked himself out of seats on at least five corporate boards and some important TV gigs after saying it was good that black people didn't settle the US or the country would "look like Zimbabwe".

Good Morning Australia!! - An Australian is gunned down in Africa - Trump's right-hand goes on the attack - A body has turned up in the search for a missing activist last seen being arrested - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Labour's Jacinda Ardern will become the third female Prime Minister of New Zealand after reaching a deal with two other parties to form a government.

Immigration Minister Peter Dutton concedes he'll have to rewrite the government proposed citizenship reforms - now struck off the Senate's notice paper - while Labor lashed out at the proposed language proficiency requirement.

The Australian Federal Court has slapped a heavy six-figure fine on a Japanese restaurant in Surfers Paradise after getting caught paying overseas workers as little as $8 an hour and then attempting to cover-up the evidence.

China's Communist Party Politburo announced the creation of something called "Xi Jinping Thought", signalling that President Xi has assumed the level of authority held only by past leaders Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping.

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump is accused of insulting the family and legacy of a US soldier killed in action - A world famous gymnast reveals sex abuse beneath the Olympic rings - Expect to see more of China reaching out to other nations - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Nations of the world could utilize natural solutions to help meet the goals of the Paris Climate Accord.

The government's proposed changes to Australia's citizenship laws could die this week as Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has failed to generate support for the idea in the senate.

Good Morning Australia!! - The Caliphate without a capital - The US investigates the deaths of its troops in a place where few knew they were stationed - A Game of Thrones star accuses Harvey Weinstein - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The coalition party room has agreed to ditch the Clean Energy Target (CET) proposed by Chief Scientist Alan Finkel in favor of something called the National Energy Guarantee (NEG).

Automakers are having to rethink their supply chains, now that new varieties of lighter, stronger steel are changing the ways that cars and trucks are made.

Good Morning Australia!! - The world (America) stabs the Kurds in the back (again) - Australia lifts its human rights profile - Is China's Xi Jinping the most-powerful person in the world? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The collision of two neutron stars in deep space created ripples in the fabric of space-time, just as Physicist Albert Einstein predicted in 1916 with his theory of general relativity.

Australia's obesity crisis could effectively be reversed and 155,000 lives would be saved annually by slashing the amount of sugar in soft drinks, according to a new study.

Good Morning Australia!! - The death toll in the Mogadishu bombing skyrockets - Tillerson will work with North Korea "until the first bomb drops" - Israel's PM lashes out at police in a growing corruption investigation - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Harvey Weinstein is expelled from Hollywood's elite inner circle - Pyongyang threatens Oz - A hostage emerges from Afghanistan with a horror story - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Trump throws a spanner in the Iran Nuclear Deal - Prosecutors refuse to back down from long-awaited genocide trial - Japan Inc.'s latest scandal might have you asking if the materials inside your car are up to safety standards - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The Queensland Parliament passed legislation that could result in senior corporate executives facing manslaughter charges over deaths in the workplace.

Multi-national energy giant Chevron cited low oil prices for cancelling its plans to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight.