Good Morning Australia!! - Spanish police kill the terrorist ringleader responsible for the Barcelona attack - A great victory for women in Chile - Big Ben falls silent and will largely stay silent for a while - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The New Royal Adelaide Hospital in South Australia is taking its first surgical patients this week.

A police official says One Nation Senator Pauline Hanson might have undermined police efforts to "build social cohesion" when she donned a burqa in a stunt in the Senate last week.  Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young went even further and said the next terrorist attack in Australia will "be on your head, Pauline".

Good Morning Australia!! - The world mourns the passing of two comedy legends - Trump might be planning to drag the Afghanistan war out for a few more years - Nauru refugees are being denied crucial medical treatment - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Spain says the Barcelona terrorist cell is gone, but a Sydney boy has not been accounted for - Right-wingers foiled in two attempts at marches in big cities - The First Lady who's hiding out from the law - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Trump fires his top white nationalist advisor - An Australian boy goes missing after the Barcelona attack - What could be the slowest chase on record is over - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Four Australians were injured in the terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain in which a van was used to mow down people on the popular Las Ramblas pedestrian mall.

AUSTRAC says five customers appear to have used Commonwealth Bank's (CBA) intelligent deposit ATMs to make transactions that financed terrorism.

A tireless defender of Africa's elephants who helped secure the arrests of thousands of poachers and traffickers over the years has been murdered.

Good Morning Australia!! - A gruesome terrorist attack kills more than a dozen people in Barcelona - Naturally, Trump's reaction to Barcelona is the worst - Another Nat is caught up in the Article 44 saga - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Justice Minister Michael Keenan has rubbished a report that said he may be a double-secret dual citizen of the UK in violation of the constitution.

Apparently, other peoples' clothing are just a big joke to the One Nation crew.  But Pauline Hanson's decision to wear a Burqa in the Senate chamber appears to have back-fired, big time.

Good Morning Australia!! - America's top CEOs and business leaders rush to disassociate themselves from Trump's racism - The alt-right wanted to stop the removal of Confederate Statues, instead even more are coming down - New clues might finally solve the mystery of missing Flight MH370 - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Buried in that insane news conference in which Donald Trump defended murderous nazi scum who rioted in an American college town killing a woman, was Trump's executive order to strip away Obama-era rules to protect people from rising sea levels caused by climate change.

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump's foulest moment has come as he stands up for nazi scum - North Korea backs down a bit - But Iran says it could act if the US violates the international nuclear agreement - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The level of toxins produced by Australia's coal-fired power stations would be illegal in the US, Europe, and even in China.  That's part of a damning report that shows the plants put an enormous burden on the health care system.

Oil and gas producer Santos Ltd announced it expects to book a net impairment charge of about US$690 million after tax in its half-year results because of weaker oil prices.

Good Morning Australia!! - Too little, too late from Trump - A major business leader bails out of a Trump council - nazis lose their jobs and websites because of Charlottesville - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

South Australia Premier Jay Weatherill has announced that construction on a new solar thermal plant in Port Augusta will commence next year and the plant will be ready to go in 2020.

The government of New Zealand confirms that Australian Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce is a Kiwi citizen because his father was born there.  The case has been referred to High Court to decide if Joyce is in violation of the Constitution which bars dual citizens from serving in government.

Good Morning Australia!! - Trump fails to call out and condemn white supremacist terrorism yet again - Murder charges are filed against the nazi who rammed peaceful protesters with his car - Authorities identify the woman killed in the nazi attack on US soil - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs: