Hello Australia!! - Iran and North Korea defy Trump, who picks a racist and petty fight to divert attention - The NZ government is up for grabs - popular abroad, Emmanuel macron faces a giant protest back home - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Hello Australia!! - Oz makes clear where it sides with the US and where it doesn't - Uber is kicked out of one of the world's great cities - The One Nation senator who actually had Two Nations - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Many of the one-in-five women who experience sexual assault on US college campuses will now have to meet inconsistent and unreasonably high standards of evidence when they bring their complaints to campus authorities after the Trump administration rescinded Obama-era rules on the matter.
There are renewed calls for more safety oversight over high rise construction projects in New York City after two tradies at two different job sites plunged to their deaths on the same day. A third worker was injured.
Good Morning Australia!! - The heartbreaking end to a search at an earthquake ravaged school - China gets tough on North Korea - The Irish want to know, who's got the lucky ticket? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Senator Malcolm Roberts of One Nation says he did sign a form declaring himself a British citizen, but he was only 16 years old and didn't bother to read it before signing it.
US military leaders and diplomats have been fanning out to reassure allies that they are committed to finding a diplomatic solution to the crisis in North Korea, after Donald Trump's war-hawk address before the United Nations General Assembly.
Good Morning Australia!! - An earthquake and hurricane cause death and destruction across Mexico and the Caribbean - Iran hits back at Trump - Did you ever get the impression that the airline was just screwing with you and your luggage? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The New Zealand Defense Force will temporarily take over transporting fuel around the country by land and by sea, after a backhoe accident ruptured the country's key fuel pipeline to Auckland.
Good Morning Australia!! - More than 40 are killed in a powerful earthquake in Mexico - Trump botches his maiden address before the UN - Suu Kyi tells several whoppers as her international status degrades - Did Argentina murder an activist? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
The rapid expansion of E-commerce in Australia prompted the parcel delivery service CouriersPlease to prepare for increased demand for its services by opening two new logistics facilities.
Good Morning Australia!! - Air Travel to New Zealand might be fouled up today - Trump tempers his act for the UN - The man who saved the world is gone - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
A leap of faith into emerging technologies is paying off for a small community of Western Australian farmers, who say their solar cells and lithium battery energy storage units are better than the old hard wires.
Researchers have bypassed traditional forms of testing for Alzheimer's Disease to develop a promising new method using artificial intelligence to accurately spot the earliest signs of the disease - a decade before the first symptoms appear.
Good Morning Australia!! - Myanmar blames the victims - Americans are doused with acid - Passing the torch of the world's oldest person - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Hello Australia!! - UK police arrest a teen in the London train bombing - Civil unrest in the middle of the US forces U2 to stand down - The cop who got away with it - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
Hello Australia!! - Terrorism hits the UK, Trump screws it up - Iceland's government collapses in a scandal over a pedophile - The Kurds move to go it alone - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:
America's prestigious Harvard University has rescinded an offer to make former US Soldier and intelligence whistle-blower Chelsea Manning a visiting fellow after the CIA threw a snit.
A Donald Trump-loving young man at a southern US university who targeted one of his classmates for deportation is no longer enrolled at the school.