Good Morning Australia!! - Trump is trying to force the US down a darker path - A former Perth student is guilty the axe murders of his family - Going the wrong way around the Sun? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Queensland can't wait for the Federal Government needs its own prescription monitoring system to prevent "doctor shopping" amid a growing opioid crisis.

Customers across Australia are having problems making mobile phone calls and connecting to the internet on Telstra.  The company says it is working out the problem.

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump caves in to China, gets nothing back - Criminal "Fascists" put an elderly mayor in hospital - Another famous director is named in sex assault complaint  - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - More Ebola appears in a densely packed city - China runs war games out of its new disputed bases in the South China Sea - The leader of two uprisings against the US wins Iraq's election - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Three people survive a plane crash that killed 100 - America's latest high school gun massacre claims ten - Malaysia's Najib Razak apparently didn't do much to hide the evidence - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

No fan of capitalism, Pope Francis is warning that the world's financial markets are repeating the mistakes that led up to the 2008 Global Financial Crisis (GFC).

China has purchased a record amount of soy beans from Russia after shunning US growers because of a trade dispute caused by the White House.

Good Morning Australia!! - Bees before big chemical companies - The EU will defy the US - No one seems to know if the big Trump-Kim summit will happen - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The Democratic Republic of Congo is warning that its Ebola outbreak has entered a potentially dangerous "new phase" after a case was confirmed in the northwestern city of Mbandaka.

An investigation has found that Queensland's former electoral commissioner Walter van der Merwe was drunk at work, was frequently absent without a legitimate excuse, and was caught having sex with a temporary employee.

Australian lithium miner Kidman Resources has reached an agreement to supply lithium hydroxide to Tesla Motors for use in the batteries that power electric cars.

Good Morning Australia!! - US investigators examine Trump's money trail - America's allies are now openly talking about Trump's lack of reliability - Bad news for Whiskey lovers - And more in your CareerSpot Global News:

Malaysian popular opposition figure Anwar Ibrahim is free for the first time since 2014 after receiving a royal pardon for a sodomy conviction supporters believe was trumped up and politically motivated.

The federal government is opening up 21 new acreages for oil and gas drilling in the Great Australia Bight.  The sites are spread out across six basins off Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria, and the Ashmore and Cartier Islands.

Good Morning Australia!! - North Korea suddenly changes course, and cancels peace talks - Israel and the US try to defend shooting unarmed protesters with live rounds - George Soros pulls out of his home country - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Former Labor MP Susan Lamb has officially renounced her British citizenship, clearing the way for her to seek a comeback in the by-election for her old seat of Longman, QLD.

DHL Express says it will open a new purpose-built Service Centre in Molesdinar, QLD on the Gold Coast in the second half of this year.

Good Morning Australia!! - Blood in the desert as the US opens a divisive embassy - Melania Trump undergoes surgery - The walls are starting to close in on Malaysia's ex-PM - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The UN World Health Organization (WHO) hopes to begin a mass vaccination drive later this week to head off the advance of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Commonwealth Bank's chief financial officer Rob Jesudason has resigned after less than a year on the job, leaving the restive institution with yet another major vacancy to fill.