Hello Australia!! - Scientists want to halt or move the Olympics because of Brazil's Zika emergency - A botched child custody case costs a Channel 9 producer his job - Johnny Depp is accused of grievous domestic abuse - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Search teams have detected a radio signal from an emergency locator transmitter (ELT) that was in the tail end of EgyptAir Flight MS804 - the Paris to Cairo flight that plunged into the Mediterranean Sea on 19 May.

Leaders at the Group of 7 summit in Ise, Japan issued a final communique which warned that a British exit from the European Union - a "Brexit" - would pose a "serious threat to global growth".

Digital sleuths are linking North Korea to a series of cyber attacks on banks around Asia.  They say it's the first apparent case of a country using digital attacks for financial gain.

Good Morning Australia!! - The plan to gut Workers' Rights meets heavy opposition in France - Obama (in so many words) says world leaders are concerned over Donald Trump's idiocy - China blames the victim of an egregious police assault - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The AFP's joint counter-terrorism team arrested a 24-year old Bankstown man on suspicion of planning a terrorist attack.  It's the latest in a series of arrests related to alleged Islamist-extremist violence.

Australia's Prime Minister got a sample of how passionately pugnacious some Brits have become over the upcoming referendum on the UK's European Union membership. PM Malcolm Turnbull says our UK cousins should stay in the continental union.

asdPrime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is repudiating comments made by Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce that seemed to link a trade dispute over cattle to the increase of boats of asylum seekers heading to Australia.

Good Morning Australia!! - Russia and Ukraine swap prisoners and ratchet down tensions - Brazil's coup government endangers the lungs of the planet - How not to be a cop - Germany now has a plan to deal with a million new residents - And much more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

About 100 French tax officials and IT experts raided the Paris offices of US internet giant Google as part of an investigation into almost AU$2.5 Billion in unpaid taxes.

A new report from the UN's top scientists says so-called "biodegradable plastics", marketed as part of a potential solution to the vast amounts of waste in the oceans, don't break down well in marine environments. 

Protesters clashed with police outside of a political rally in Albuquerque, New Mexico for fascist demagogue and Republican Party presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Good Morning Australia!! - America's favorite TV dad will go on trial for sex abuse - Islamic State is under assault on two fronts - Greece moves to clear the log jam at the northern border - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Poland is beginning to harvest some 400,000 trees in the ancient Bialowieza Forest, over the objections of the country's own scientists, Greenpeace, and the European Union.  The logging plan effectively will clear-cut two-thirds of the UNESCO-listed woodland which represents one of the last remaining examples of the forest that once covered the continent.

Any shred of legitimacy the Brazilian coup government clung to has dried up after leaked audio recordings revealed that the entire premise for ousting the democratically-elected president was to stop a major investigation into the country's conservative political elites.

Facebook has apologized for banning a photo of a plus-sized model and telling Australian Feminist group Cherchez la Femme that the reason was because the photo depicted "body parts in an undesirable manner".  The ad was un-banned after an outcry.

Good Morning Australia!! - Austria dodges a bullet - Obama approved arms sales to a former enemy - A woman who escaped Boko Haram explains how the terrorist group's victims are forced to become suicide bombers - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Critics say a new report that actually advises people to eat a high fat diet to cut obesity and type 2 diabetes is irresponsible, and cherry picked its facts (before rolling them in egg and bread crumbs, pan frying them in butter, and sprinkling them with cheese).

Portugal managed to keep its lights on without burning fossils fuels, using only renewable energy for four consecutive days this month.  It's the second European country to report great success with its renewables in May, and people in the clean energy sector hope such announcements will become commonplace.

Good Morning Australia!! - A struggle at the top of the world to recover the body of a Melbourne woman - A singing star is in a critical condition after a crazed fan attacks - Afghanistan says a drone attack hit its mark - And more in your CareerSpot World News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - One Australian woman dies on Mount Everest, another becomes Oz's youngest to make the summit - New images show debris from EgyptAir Flight MS804 which crashed in the Mediterranean Sea - Greece might be halting the deal to stop refugees from flooding into Europe and returning them to Turkey - And more in your CareerSpot International News Briefs: