Good Morning Australia!! - 59 people dead in Las Vegas as America deals with its latest massacre - The suspected gunman was, on the surface, a comfortably retired accountant - But his family history has a highly unusual chapter that cannot be ignored - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

A Brisbane tradie has got a tough road ahead of him after a terrible accident at a construction site, but his friends around the world are letting their "legendary" friend know he's not alone.

Health officials in New South Wales that babies are at risk in the state's worst outbreak of Rotavirus in five years.

Good Morning Australia!! - Spain's gruesome and bloody crackdown on Barcelona - Trump pulls the rug out from under his own peacemaking Secretary of State - Tons of video links of a the moment a stage prop injured Marilyn Manson - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Trump finds a way to go even lower and actually picks a fight with Puerto Rico - A passenger plane engine blows out at 35,000 feet - Thousands march for choice in Dublin - It's D-Day in Barcelona - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Civilians die in bombing runs linked to Australian forces in Iraq - The US warns its tourists to avoid Cuba - San Juan's Mayor is out of patience with the Trump Administration - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The European Parliament banned lobbyists from Monsanto after the company boycotted hearings about its efforts to influence EU policy and regulations of its controversial weed-killer glyphosate.

Good Morning Australia!! - North Korea's only friend is backing away - Trump's Puerto Rico recovery effort STILL isn't getting off the ground - Am acclaimed actress goes to bat for the have-nots in revealing her cancer battle - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The Federal Government insisted the UN Human Rights Council soften a resolution condemning violence against the Rohingya in Myanmar, which Human Rights Watch already identified as crimes against humanity.

Attorney General George Brandis is standing up for Macklemore's appearance at the National Rugby League's final on Sunday, after former PM Tony Abbott claimed the US rapper would "politicize" the sporting event.

Hello Australia!! - Life-saving aid sits on a dock in Puerto Rico, fenced off from the people who need it - Trump defends his post-hurricane recovery effort - Thailand reveals the verdict against the last democratically-elected prime minister - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The government has reached an agreement with the major gas companies to fill the domestic shortfall in Australia's gas market next year.

Brazil's government has rescinded a controversial and unpopular presidential decree that would have opened up the vast Renca National Preserve to mining.

The chief executive officer of the credit reporting company Equifax has stood down after hackers stole the personal financial information of 143 million consumers on his watch.  But Richard Smith isn't leaving empty handed.

Good Morning Australia!! - Saudi Arabia lifts one of its ridiculous restrictions on women - People are dying in Puerto Rico as the US government is absorbed with an idiot's tweets - Russia arrests a couple of cannibal killers - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Iran last week announced it had tested a medium range missile, leading news agencies around the world to pick up the story and prompting Donald Trump to tweet about it.  'Turns out it never happened.

A leading business group is warning that if companies fail to get more women onto their boards, the federal government might get offthe fence and intevene with quotas.

Good Morning Australia!! - A humanitarian disaster unfolds in Puerto Rico while Trump acts the fool - Pols from both sides demand Trump do something about the Hurricane-ravaged island - North Korea threatens to shoot down American military planes - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Australia will boldly go where every other developed country except Iceland has gone before and create its own Space Agency.  Officials say it will allow Oz to compete in the AU$400 Billion aeronautics industry.

Scientists are warning that a new drug-resistant form of Malaria parasite that is spreading across Southeast Asia could prove to be a global threat.

Good Morning Australia!! - Europe's stabilizing force gets another term in office, despite a US push to put the Islamophobic far right into power - The NFL delivers a stinging rebuke to the orange clown, as players, coaches, owners, even water-boys defy Trump - Just another American Sunday as bullets fly in church - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs: