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

Barnett Quits Politics After 27 Years

Just nine months after the state election defeat, former Liberal Premier and current Cottesloe MP Colin Barnett announced that he will quit politics. After months of speculation, Mr Barnett finally confirmed his future this morning during a radio interview on the ABC. He says his final public event will be on next year’s Australia Day.…

WA Police To Face Reform After ‘Snapshot’ Review

A reform has been launched by WA Police Commissioner Chris Dawson after a snapshot review of the agency has been carried out. During the review, a series of interviews were conducted with the senior management and frontline officers, submissions from employees were also collected. WA Police Commissioner Chris Dawson met with the senior management team…

Police raid uncovers prohibited weapons in Perth’s south

By Kelly Smith A raid by WA Police in Perth’s south has uncovered prohibited firearms and illicit drugs in the home of 56 year old Beeliar man. Fremantle detectives made the discovery as a result of investigation into allegations of a person modifying blank and replica firearms converting them to fire live ammunition. Police searched…

Opposition Says “NO” To Labor’s Gold Tax Push

  The McGowan Government has relaunched their Gold Tax plan but the Opposition made it clear that they will not support it. During a joint press conference this morning, WA Treasurer Ben Wyatt and Minister for Mining & Petroleum Bill Johnston put forward their new Gold Tax plan. Under new rules, gold royalty rate will…

Liberal MPs Expressed Concerns Over The Sell Of TAB

The state government will outline its plan regarding the future of the TAB, after Tabcorp Holdings was given the go-ahead by the Australian Competition Tribunal today, to purchase Tatts Group. John McGrath Liberal MP, said the industry supported the privatisation of the TAB. “The merger of Tabcorp and Tatts clears the pathway to a national…

WA Liberals To Target The Hearts & Minds Of Local Chinese

EXCLUSIVE REPORT Just seven months after going into opposition, the Liberal Party has formed a WA Chinese members club to garner support from the Asian community. During a launch at Parliament House on Wednesday evening, Liberal MPs were joined by members of the Chinese community. Former Liberal Candidate For Mirrabrooka Lily Chen has been appointed…

Government Announce Extended Christmas Trading Hours

The McGowan Government has announced that christmas trading hours will be extended by an additional 49 hours, with extended trading on public holidays like Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and Australia Day next year. Commerce Minister, Bill Johnston, said the extensions are similar to last year and will ensure that people have a successful christmas…

Perth Ratepayers Voted For Change

Perth CBD ratepayers have voted in two new councilors in one of the most competitive local government election Western Australia has ever seen. Deputy Mayor James Limnios and counillor Reece Harley have retained their seats, while new counillors Lexi Barton and Steve Hasluck was voted in. Veteran counilor Judy McEvoy and councilor Keith Yong have…

FBI Deny ISIS’ Links To Las Vegas Shooting

This breaking news article will be updated as details comes to hand. After the ‘Islamic State’ has claimed responsibility for the Las Vegas shooting, the FBI has released a brief statement denying ISIS’ claims. The incident happened at the Las Vegas’ strip, where approximately 22,000 people are attending the Route 91 Harvest Festival. At least…

Activists’ Strong Push For New Port In Kwinana

By Kelly Marie Smith There has been a push for the construction of the proposed land backed outer harbour in Kwinana. It was one of the McGowan Government’s key promises in this years election, with the aim of taking pressure off Fremantle port and increase WA’s freight capacity. Since scrapping the Roe 8 project, congestion…