Ivan Leung began his media adventure in 2007 with DHK News Chinese, he worked as a journalist and the senior newsreader in Hong Kong. In 2009, he becomes the DHK English News Executive Producer and the Chief Newsreader in-charging a 20 people news team in HK and Perth, presenting "Evening News" together with Ana Godden. Ivan becomes WAMN's Editor-in-chief after resigned from DMHK due to personal reasons. Ivan can speak fluent Cantonese, Mandarin and English.

Website: http://www.wamnetwork.com.au

WA Police Union Launch ‘Work to Rule and Safety” Campaign

The WA Police Union (WAPU) has launched a campaign to “condemn the Government’s inadequate treatment of WA police officers”. This comes due to a lack of action by the State Government to provide better safety gear, according to the WAPU President George Tilbury. “We are also protesting against the Government putting our Members at risk…

British PM On London Attacks: Enough Is Enough

British Prime Minister Teresa May has responded to the third terrorist attack with a statement, saying “Enough Is Enough”. It comes after two attacks happened at London Bridge and Borough Market on 10AM Saturday morning (local time), with reports saying number of people were stabbed following a vehicle and knife attack. It’s confirmed that at least 7 people were…

Reconciliation Week Kicks Off Across Australia

Reconciliation week has started across Australia, encouraging all Australians to reflect on the shared history of Australia, and to embrace Aboriginal culture while we celebrate the contributions and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Events will be held all across Australia to recognise and celebrate the culture of Indigenous Australians. This year’s Reconciliation…

Roe 8 Rehab is Underway!

After months of protests, arrests, and arguments from both sides of politics for the controversial project, rehab has started to the now closed Roe 8 construction site. 231 jobs have now been secured on other congestion-issues around Perth, marking the conclusion of a negotiation process by Labor to redeploy workers to other secure jobs. The…

If Bond Movies Were Australian…

In honor to the late Roger Moore who recently passed, a game is trending on Twitter. Sir Roger Moore passed away after a battle with cancer on 23 May, in Switzerland. He was most famous for his role as secret agent, 007, James Bond during 1973-1985. As a tribute to the star, ABC Hobart started…

Times Square Driver Faces Court

Richard Rojas, the 26 year old navy recruit who drove his car into a busy sidewalk in Times Square has faced court today on charges of murder, attempted murder and vehicular homicide, and is due back next week. His court appearance was quiet, and he did not enter a plea. Twenty-three people were injured including…

Anthony Weiner Pleads Guilty to ‘Sexting’ Teen Girl

Former Congressman Anthony Weiner has pleaded guilty to transferring obscene material to a minor and will be registered as a sex offender. Under a plea agreement put forward by prosecutors he has agreed to serve 21 to 27 months in prison, and be registered as a sex offender. If the plea agreement is rejected by…

Cockburn Aquatic and Recreation Centre to House Dockers

The new Aquatic and Recreation Centre (ARC) in Cockburn opened this week and will serve as the new headquarters and training facility of the Fremantle Dockers. Over 300 guests were in attendance at the opening for the ARC on Friday evening. The Fremantle Dockers President Dale Alcock acknowledged the contributions of the City of Cockburn,…

Police Seeking Man to Assist Investigation

Police are asking anyone with information on the location of 54 year old man Tao Li to contact them. It is believed Mr Li may have some information regarding an assault that happened in Coogee on Sunday, 12 February 2017. Mr Li has been described as 173cm tall, of a medium build with dark hair…

Government Engages Industry To Boost Local Jobs

The State Government kicks off a range of industry engagement consortiums to boost tourism activities, hoping to creating more local jobs. The consortium will allow industry key stakeholders to provide valuable feedback on the Labor Government’s election promises, resulting better outcomes and decision makings. Industries such as tourism, defence, agribusiness, international education, manufacturing, aquaculture, creative…