Good Morning Australia!! - It's the big day for the Citizenship Seven - Dozens are killed in a massive blast outside Jakarta - US lawmakers want to stop Trump before he starts a war - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The US State Department's inspector general has looked into complaints that the US ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa Scott Brown told a server at a diplomatic function that she should cash in on her good looks. 

While Donald Trump's pick for restoring Puerto Rico's power grid is dimmed by controversy, Tesla has stepped up to restore power to a hospital with its cutting edge technology.

A poacher sustained a serious leg injury after the rhinoceros he was stalking turned the tables and and charged him.

Good Morning Australia!! - North Korea says it is not kidding around with its nuclear ambitions - Authorities identify what is stalling the investigation into the Las Vegas Massacre - Some sport fans in Italy need a history lesson - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Good Morning Australia!! - The AWU wants Federal Police to return papers seized in controversial raids - Two Republican Senators deliver blistering criticism of Donald Trump - Police arrest the ex-husband in the killing of an Australian woman - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Continuing problems with Australia Post's online parcel shipping, tracking, and label printing services are raising fears about the service's reliability just weeks before the busy holiday season.

The quality control scandal at Japan's Kobe Steel got worse after the company admitted one of its copper plants was under investigation for breaching Japan's industrial standards.

Nicaragua announced its intent to join the Paris Climate Accord, leaving Donald Trump's United States and Bashar al-Assad's Syria as the only countries outside the global pact to limit global warming to within 2 degrees Celsius of pre-industrial levels.

Mark your calendars, the High Court on Friday afternoon will decide the fate of seven federal politicians whose dual citizenships might disqualify them from holding office.

Good Morning Australia!! - A fallen soldier's widow speaks and Trump can't let well enough alone - A reporter is killed at a radio station critical of Putin - Tense and angry, Kenya prepares for an election - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Parliament this week is expected to take up legislation designed to reign in the wild, wild west of cryptocurrencies.  It comes as the grand-daddy of made-up money, Bitcoin, blasted new highs way above AU$7,600.

Researchers have linked pollution to nine million deaths in 2015 - that's three times more than AIDS, Malaria, and Tuberculosis combined - with the world's poorest countries suffering the most.

Good Day Australia!! - The World Health Organization backs away from an offensive decision - The Czechs are the latest Europeans to abandon common sense for populism - We got your Baby Pandas - Dumb guy forgets to click "publish" and the news is late - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Trump's Chief of Staff caught in another lie, while his boss trashes an ally with ANOTHER lie - A judge's ridiculous reason for allowing a rapist to get away with it - An appalling plan to "feed" the poor - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

A celebrity investment analyst talked himself out of seats on at least five corporate boards and some important TV gigs after saying it was good that black people didn't settle the US or the country would "look like Zimbabwe".

Good Morning Australia!! - An Australian is gunned down in Africa - Trump's right-hand goes on the attack - A body has turned up in the search for a missing activist last seen being arrested - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Labour's Jacinda Ardern will become the third female Prime Minister of New Zealand after reaching a deal with two other parties to form a government.

Immigration Minister Peter Dutton concedes he'll have to rewrite the government proposed citizenship reforms - now struck off the Senate's notice paper - while Labor lashed out at the proposed language proficiency requirement.

The Australian Federal Court has slapped a heavy six-figure fine on a Japanese restaurant in Surfers Paradise after getting caught paying overseas workers as little as $8 an hour and then attempting to cover-up the evidence.

China's Communist Party Politburo announced the creation of something called "Xi Jinping Thought", signalling that President Xi has assumed the level of authority held only by past leaders Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping.