Good Morning Australia!! - The phone bill from hell - Hong Kong stands up to Beijing - Could a pro-democracy movement be taking root in a repressive corner of the world? - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - London police arrest another suspect in an infamous homophobic attack - Warsaw defies homophobia from the Polish government - A look at persecuting journalists - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Howdy Australia!! - The cop who shot Justine gets a lengthy prison term - The US and Russia nearly clash on the high seas - Cops make arrests in an assault that might have crossed your social media stream - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Australia's construction sector last month suffered its steepest decline in activity in six years, and that means lost jobs.

A merger between Fiat Chrysler and French automaker Renault seemed like a pretty sure thing at the beginning of the week, but both companies announced the idea is completely dead.

Hello Australia!! - The African Union presses for civilian rule in Sudan - Medical serial killers murder more than a hundred patients - Firies' fantastic flood rescue - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Australia's greenhouse gas emissions have hit record levels in some sectors according to the government's Quarterly Update of the National Greenhouse Gas Inventory.

Labor is throwing shade on Prime Minister Scott Morrison's claim that he and his government had no role in the Australian Federal Police (AFP) raids on the ABC yesterday and a Newscorp reporter a day earlier.

Hello Australia!! - The bloodshed grows in Sudan - An international megachurch leader is charged with molesting kids - Consequences for a cop who turned coward - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Australian Federal Police (AFP) raided the Sydney headquarters of the ABC over a series of stories that exposed unlawful killings and other misconduct by Australian soldiers in Afghanistan.

In "Jurassic Park", scientists seek to use ancient genetic material to regrow dinosaurs.  A Jamaican scientist is trying a similar experiment with a lost strain of classic Cannabis.  And this time, the end result won't eat you!

Hello Australia!! - Bloodshed in Darwin - Trump can't see the opposition right before his eyes - The capital city that's breaking down gender stereotypes - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Nearly 20,000 people signed a petition calling on the Japanese government to ban companies from requiring female workers to wear high heels on the job.

Hello Australia!! - Trump insults the UK before stepping off of his plane - A grim discovery on a Himalayan peak - A North Korean official appears to have survived a purge - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Doctors performing life-saving emergency surgery on a patient in Australia found themselves doubling as firies when they had to put out a fire in the patient's cracked-open chest cavity.

US researchers hacked a fungus to make it produce a toxin from an Australian spider that quickly kills mosquitoes.  While there's hope to use the technique for disease control, there are legitimate fears about unforeseen consequences.

Good Morning Australia!! - Fading hopes for a climbing party lost at one of the world's highest peaks - A top Chinese official defends the Tiananmen Square massacre - Aussies are hurt in a cruise ship accident at Venice - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Howdy Australia!! - An Australian is missing at the top of the world - Canada's hidden "genocide" is coming into the light - Several are hurt in a weapons plant blast - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

Hello Australia!! - High Times in the middle of America - The UK grows ever greener - Julian Assange is in a bad way say investigators - And more in your CareerSpot Global News Briefs:

The Queensland government has approved Adani's plan to protect the endangered black-throated finch, putting it a step closer to beginning construction on its controversial coal mine.

Tens of thousands of Brazilian students and teachers are blasting far-right President Jair Bolsonaro's education funding cuts with widespread street protests around the country, from the Amazon to the deep south.