Cape Town, South Africa's "Day Zero" - the day that the reservoirs will run dry and nothing will come out when people turn their taps - has been pushed back a month. 

Germany's most powerful union has won major gains for its members - the right to 28-hour workweek and a 4.3 percent pay hike, showing how quality of life issues are just as important to workers as wages.

Good Morning Australia!! - SpaceX successfully launches a big rocket that some believe heralds the future of space travel - High rise buildings are thrown about in a powerful earthquake in Taiwan - US Democrats pound the orange clown over his "treason" comments - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Nations of the earth are not cutting carbon emissions anywhere near enough to limit global warming to 2 C Degrees above pre-industrial levels.  And the technologies needed to remove actively remove CO2 from the atmosphere do not exist, according to a brutal new report.

Within days of appearing over the weekend, a fast-moving botnet appeared over the weekend has hijacked thousands of Android devices for the apparent purpose of mining cryptocurrency for its creators.

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump's stock market plunges - A letter contradicts the Pope's claim he didn't know about an abusive priest and enabler Bishop - The Paris Attacks suspect tries to drag down his trial - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The United States Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is scaling back operations in epidemic prevention work in 39 countries, leaving global health experts warning the world, "You should be freaking out."

Good Morning Australia!! - Melbourne's mayor quits - China blasts the new US nuke plan - Does people in one country have any business in naming another? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - A drive by shooting directed at immigrants is blamed on a far-right politician - Turkish forces accused of atrocities in Syria - Uma Thurman breaks her silence - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - The Republicans release their Trump investigation memo, and it's a dud - Angry dad attacks a child molester in court, and it's all on camera - A London court sentences a white, male terrorist - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Electricity has been restored to a lift in a gold mine in South Africa where an outage trapped about 1,000 miners underground for almost two days.

The legal inquiry into sexual harassment allegations against Melbourne lord mayor Robert Doyle is on hold due to the subject's "serious" illness.

Good Morning Australia!! - Holocaust denial creeps up in Europe - Ethnic cleansing survivors say their is damning evidence in Myanmar - The orange clown stabs Paul Ryan in the back - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Orcas can mimic human speech, according to a new study, putting the black and white whales in an exclusive club of animal impersonators that includes parrots and elephants.

The City of San Francisco, California will retroactively apply the western US state's new marijuana legalization law to wipe off the books thousands of criminal convictions for pot possession.

Donald Trump seems determined to release a Republican-doctored memo that accuses the FBI and Justice Department of abusing their authority by investigating Russian influence over Trump's presidential campaign.

Good Morning Australia!! - Hong Kong plugs a hole to protect Elephants - Trump butts heads with the FBI - Hillary's hidden apology - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Fact-checkers evaluating Donald Trump state of the Union Address found most of it to be untrue in varying degrees, with only four percent of it grounded in reality.

Good Morning Australia!! - A new rift threatens to worsen a Mideast War - German carmakers take responsibility for the monkey tests - A former TV star commits suicide - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Police in India have arrested three people including a doctor after a man was killed in a rare accident involving a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machine.

Two indigenous groups are asking a court to halt the Adani mine in Queensland's Galilee Basin, saying the deal to hand over their land was a sham.