The insurance giant Suncorp says it will no longer cover new thermal coal mines and power stations and end all dealings with such by 2025.

Nissan Motors of Japan posted a big drop in profits for the first quarter and announced it will lay off 12,500 jobs around the world.

Howdy Australia!! - Europe's heatwave causes all sorts of trouble - The EU is really trying to tell Boris that his Brexit dreams aren't going to happen - Trump is going to kill people - And lots more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

A pair of new studies drive a stake through the heart of the claims of global warming skeptics who believe that the earth's rapidly-warming temperatures are part of some natural phenomenon.

Ricardo Rossello announced he is stepping down as governor of the US territory of Puerto Rico after an unprecedented groundswell of protests over his misogynist and homophobic texts.

Good Morning Australia!! - Mueller confirms the Trump investigations are no "Witch Hunt" - Europe broils in another heatwave - A government-aligned magazine tries to increase homophobia - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Researchers are marking the spot with a memorial plaque where a glacier once towered over Iceland's landscape - before global warming killed it.

Scientists are developing a new idea about the origins of a deadly fungus that they didn't even know about a decade ago - they think global warming might be to blame.

Good Morning Australia!! - New developments in the murder of a NSW man in Canada - The EU limits Boris Johnson's options - Two cops are sacked for threatening to murder a US lawmaker - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

When the new school year begins in a few weeks in the US state of Oregon, students who want a day off won't have to fake having a cold or cut class - they can just take a mental health day.

The outspoken health minister of the Democratic Republic of Congo has resigned in a turf war over vaccines being deployed to stem the Ebola outbreak which has killed more than 1,700 people.

Good Morning Australia!! - There has never before been such a crowd demanding a US governor's resignation - Poland accused of stoking violent homophobia - Could Boris be the UK's last PM? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

A major new study suggests it's possible to avoid developing dementia in old age, even if one believes they are genetically predisposed. 

Good Morning Australia!! - Hong Kong's democracy movement will not back down to Beijing - There's a good reason a US governor is so unpopular he is ringed with angry mobs - Rescuers return to the high seas - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Looks like the US will be calling on Allies to act in the Persian Gulf again - Thousands accuse Russia of rigging its election - Hong Kong's big bust - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Iran ups the stakes in the Straits of Hormuz - The son of an Aussie police inspector is murdered abroad - The country that took only a little responsibility - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The worldwide problems caused by the deadly crashes of two 737 MAX 8 is causing Chicago-based Boeing set aside US$4.9 Billion, a move which will wipe out profits when the plane-maker announces its quarterly results next week.

National Australia Bank has appointed former Royal Bank of Scotland head Ross McEwan as its new Chief Executive.  The veteran executive will take the helm as NAB seeks to stem fallout from the financial services royal commission.

Hello Australia!! - Authorities confirm Arson in the deadly Kyoto Animation fire - Trump tries to backpedal on the racist monster he unleashed - The US Shoots down a drone near Iran - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Several Puerto Rican celebrities such as singer Ricky Martin have joined a movement demanding that the governor of the US territory resign amid a texting scandal.

Papua New Guinea officials will likely deport Australian Greens Senator Nick McKim after he attempted to visit the asylum seeker camp on Manus Island.