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

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…

Cassini Huygen retired, crashed into Saturn as it finished its mission

NASA’s Cassini Huygen spacecraft has finished its mission and was self-destructed over Saturn after operating for 20 years. The decision to destroy it over Saturn came after the spacecraft’s groundbreaking discoveries of potential life on Saturn’s moons. The original plan was to allow it to drift, but with the potential for life it was decided…

Trump meets with South Korean President over North Korea

US President Donald Trump has met with South Korean President Moon Jae-In, discussing ways they can apply pressure to North Korea to try avoid a war. The two presidents discussed continued economic sanctions and diplomatic pressure to try keep North Korea in check. They also agreed to increase South Korea’s missile capabilities, and the US…

North Korea fires missiles into Sea of Japan

In a move likely to continue the recent escalation of tensions between North Korea and the US, North Korea has test fired several missiles into the Sea of Japan. Three short-range missiles were fired into the sea off the east coast, likely in response to joint military exercises being conducted by South Korea and the…

Trump faces continued backlash over Charlottesville response

All 17 members of the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities (PCAH) have resigned as a rebuke to US President Donald Trump’s handling of the Charlottesville attack, where he refrained from condemning white supremacists after one drove a car into a group of counter-protestors. The mass resignation letter cites the Trump administration’s “refusal to…

Xenophon Engulfed In Dual Citizenship Saga

By Jacinta Payne Scott Ludlam started a domino effect in early July when he resigned from parliament following the revelation that he was a dual citizen to New Zealand. Nick Xenophon makes the seventh Australian Federal politician to be potentially impacted by a dual citizenship issue. Dr Ian Cook, senior politics lecturer at Murdoch University,…

O’Callaghan: 98% Of WA Youths Are Doing A Great Job

Click on the player above to watch the interview in the newscast! For the past 13 years, WA Police Commissioner Karl O’Callaghan has never been shy to share his views in the media. In his final sit-down TV interview with WAMN News as the top cop, Dr O’Callaghan spoke candidly about various issues. Amongst all…

WA Police Officers Reject Wage Offers With Protest

Close to a thousand Police Officers walked off the job to march at Parliament House demanding a pay rise of 1.5%. The Police Union and its members are sticking to the 1.5% deal, rejecting the state government’s $1,000 per year wage policy offer. Union boss George Tilbury says the Police Officers already shared the state’s…

WA Appoints Chris Dawson As New Top Cop

Former Deputy Commissioner Chris Dawson APM has been appointed as Western Australia’s new Police Commissioner by the McGowan Government. Mr Dawson has spent 30 years in WA Police, 10 of them as the second in-charge, before jump ship to ACIC as commissioner for three and a half years. During his time as Deputy Commissioner, he oversaw WA Police’s…