Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) has reached an agreement to support critical investment in Australia Post’s Bank@Post service.

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Researchers at RMIT University in Melbourne have created a font which they say assists memory recall.  It's rather whimsically named "Sans Forgetica".

The next three weeks in Brazil could see the dirtiest, most divisive campaigning in the country's democratic history as two candidates in the presidential election slug it out to the run-off.

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Good Morning Australia!! - Brazil makes an important decision today - Trump's Supreme Court nominee gets confirmed, despite troubling allegations and his tantrum - A Tokyo tradition moves on - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - Trump's Supreme Court pick appears to have the votes - The head of Interpol is reportedly detained in China - Germany sounds an alarm over an possible outbreak at a sex club - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Doctors frequently recommend older patients take Vitamin D supplements to treat or prevent osteoporosis, but a new study says they don't prevent fractures, falls, or improve bone mineral density.

The United Nations Security Council is calling for an immediate end to factional fighting in the DR Congo after three Red Cross workers were attacked while trying to contain the latest deadly Ebola outbreak.

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Ausatralia joined the UK in accusing Russia of using cyber attacks to sew chaos in order to undermine Western democracies.

After two decades of opposition, Australia is finally dumping the 10 percent tax on women's sanitary products derisively known as the "Tampon Tax".

Amazon may have pledged to raise its US company-wide minimum wage to $15 per hour, but the other shoe dropped:  The e-commerce mega-giant is eliminating monthly bonuses and stock awards for warehouse workers and other hourly employees.

Donald Trump publicly denies the reality of man-made global warming, or labels it a "Chinese plot" to dominate manufacturing.  But Trump administration report not on expects the earth to warm, but says it will do so at truly horrific levels.

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The 2018 Nobel Prize in medicine recognized American James P. Allison and Japanese researcher Tasuku Honjo for a pioneering approach to cancer treatment which harnesses the body's immune system to attack cancer cells.

Europe's top nuclear lab suspended one of its scientists for a presentation that included a slide that read, "Physics invented and built by men, it's not by invitation."

Good Morning Australia!! - Germany cracks down on far-right "terrorists" - The drinking buddies of Trump's Supreme Court nominee want to speak to the FBI - Indonesia's disaster aftermath is compounded with jailbreaks - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The UN World Health Organization (WHO) is warning of a "very high" chance of the deadly Ebola virus jumping outside the DR Congo's border into its neighbors.

Tesla chief Elon Musk agreed to pay US$20 Million and step down as chairman for three years to settle a case with US regulators. but the biggest tests may still be to come.

Good Morning Australia!! - The FBI "kind of" investigates Trump's Supreme Court nominee - A referendum may have just ended one of Europe's longest-running disputes - Tens of thousands oppose Brazil's far right standard bearer - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs: