The world's largest shipping line Maersk is looking for ways to expand into Australia's on-land logistics operations.

Good Morning Australia!! - Russia tosses Putin's top rival in the cooler - Nuclear powers yawn at a worldwide weapons ban proposal - Germany's multi-million dollar coin heist involved just one coin - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The ride-hailing company Uber is suspended its pilot program for driverless cars after one of its test vehicles flipped over on its side.

Researchers have made a major breakthrough in diagnosing tuberculosis (TB).

Good Morning Australia!! - A populist fault appears in Putin's armor - The deadline is about to pass on northern Ireland to form a new power sharing government - 40 cops are beheaded - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Hundreds are arrested protesting a tax on the jobless and under-employed - A nation is appalled as an IDIOT judge man-splains rape - The US shelters a teen blogger who vexed Singapore authorities - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Trump's bigly yuuuuuuge failure on health care plops into the porcelain bowl - Putin pretty much endorses a French xenophobe - The UN will investigate alleged atrocities in Myanmar after all - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Two of America's biggest telephone companies have suspended advertising on YouTube and Google wider networks in a dispute over the video and search giant's inability to guarantee their ads won't appear on extremist videos.

A politically-connected and controversial far right-wing educator testified under oath that Japanese government intervention helped him purchase land for a school for far below its market value.

Good Morning Australia!! - The UK identifies that Parliament attacker - Another Putin critic meets as grisly, bloody end - The case of hundreds of threats made against Jewish Community Center just got weirder - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The FBI has evidence indicating associates of Donald Trump may have coordinated with Russia over the release of information intended to damage the presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton last year, according to a report on CNN.

Good Morning Australia!! - At least four are killed in an attack in the shadow of London's Big Ben - Trump's Russia problem just got a little murkier - Germany does the right thing, a little late - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Last year was the undisputed warmest on record, as the planet Earth watched as sea levels rose, oceans became warmer, and sea ice disappeared.

As climate change raises temperatures around the world, the number of diabetes cases is also increasing.  A new study says these two conditions are linked.

Good Morning Australia!! - Farewell to a peace maker - The US and UK ratchet up security on incoming flights - The price of saying the wrong thing - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

New Zealand's international reputation as a green country is in danger as a once-a-decade environmental report card declares it is "approaching its environmental limits".

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny may not be showing his true colors as much as his new color, after a hooligan doused his face with a green liquid at a campaign stop in Siberia.

Good Morning Australia!! - It's official, the FBI is investigating Trump's links to Russia - But UN intelligence is NOT investigating Trump's idiotic wiretap conspiracy theory - America is measurably a more miserable place, guess why - The UK sets a Brexit date - And much more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The world's healthiest hearts belong to an indigenous group in Bolivia, according to researchers.

Uber president Jeff Jones is leaving the ride dispatching company after less than six months,and the departure appears to be less amicable than Uber initially let on.

Good Morning Australia!! - NZ kicks out an American diplomat after Washington refuses to lift his immunity - Germany explains NATO to Trump - Protests against a backwards proposal - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs: