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

Police urge public for more information on a car crash

By: Vesh Arumugam WA Police are seeking the public’s help to find more information about a car crash on Marvel Avenue yesterday. Just before 8pm, a blue Nissan Murano station sedan was travelling along Marvel Avenue when it struck a male pedestrian. The pedestrian, a 51-year-old man, received serious leg injuries and was rushed to…

Suicide bombers kills more than 44 Indian soldiers in Kashmir

By Helene Fung, Picture Courtesy: Indiyan Army A Jeep full of explosives rammed a convoy of Indian paramilitary police in Kashmir, killing more than 44, with many others injured. The Inspector General of India’s Central Reserve Police Force, Zulfiwar Hassan, visited the site of the blast and declared it to be a “terror incident”. An…

Trump to declare national emergency to fund Mexico border wall

By Helene Fung The White House confirmed that US President Donald Trump intends to declare a national emergency, so that he can bypass Congress with emergency powers to access funds to build a border wall with Mexico. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi denounced the move, and has not ruled out a legal challenge to…

Kylie on Stage exhibition is to set the stage on fire

By Vesh Arumugam  Late 80’s superstar who is known for her most epic song “Spinning Around”, Kylie Minogue’s exhibition is set to bring fans on an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of her shows at the WA Museum as part of her Golden Tour. The exhibition, Kylie on Stage, an initiative by Arts Centre Melbourne and the…

Stay On Top Of Your Finances In The Wake Of Banking Royal Commission

Financial misconduct, transparency, and penalties for fees with no service have all come to light through the banking royal commission, with consumers now more aware of what banks can be capable of. Financial experts explained how this will affect young people, and what can be done to stay on top of your finances. Director of…

UN inquiry into journalist death points to Saudi officials

By Helene Fung A UN-led inquiry into the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggiback on 2nd October, 2018, found that Saudi officials “planned and perpetrated” the torture and killing. The Washington Post journalist was murder by a team of Saudi operatives, and then his body was dismembered and moved to an unknown location. US intelligence agencies…

How The Royal Commission Into Banking Will Affect Young Australians

By Helene Fung Australia’s big banks are holding its breath before the release of the Royal Commission’s report into financial services.  The Commission’s final report will be made public today, after it has been delivered to the Government House in Canberra on Friday. The whole country has watched the heads of the “Big 4” banks…

State Government Rethinking Its Contract With Huawei

By Vesh Arumugam WA government is rethinking if it would continue its contract with China’s giant tech Huawei to maintain to build and maintain a new digital 4G radio network for the Perth train system, after some sensational releases by the United States Justice Department last week. The allegations are Huawei has been allegedly defrauding banks…

Death toll of US polar vortex reaches 12; but warmer weather expected for the weekend

By Helene Fung, Picture Courtesy: National Weather Services According to US officials and news media reports, at least 12 deaths have been brought on by the polar vortex which brought a record-breaking cold snap to the America’s mid-West – either the result of weather-related traffic accidents, or apparent exposure to the elements. Officials warned the…