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’s Push For Transparency To Ensure Retired Racehorses’ Welfare

Following a 7.30 report into cruelty to retired racehorses, the State Government is announcing a new program to make the post racing life of horses more transparent and traceable. The Minister for Racing and Gaming Paul Papalia told reporters that he “had no reason to suspect that the abuses taking place in Queensland were happening…

Police fight crime with youth attitude to technology using new iPhone

WA Police Commissioner says the roll out of iPhone 11 is expected as the younger generation is more in tune with technological change. The funding allocation from the McGowan Government means that frontline officers will be equipped with iPhone 11s, giving them access to crime reporting and evidence gathering technology at their finger tips. Following…

Labor Reflects On Election Loss As Young Members Agree With Party Review

Federal Opposition leader Anthony Albanese has admitted his party had got it wrong during this year’s federal election, while Young Labor members responded positively towards the review. The comprehensive response comes following the Labor Party’s shock election loss, despite major polling indicated that Labor would won the federal election back in May. During his address…

Perth Could Hit 40 Degrees Tomorrow As Summer Approaches

Temperatures in Perth will be heading for a record November high of 40 degrees tomorrow. According to the bureau of meteorology Perth, it will be the earliest in November that Perth has experience a 40C day and only the fourth 40C day in November in the city since the 19th Century. People planning on hitting…

Sport Fishing Initiative Hoping To Attract Tourists To WA

A sport fishing bonanza set to benefit Perth and regional Western Australia thanks to the installation of offshore Fish Aggregating Device (FAD), with hopes the device can boost WA’s tourism. The move will give recreational boat fishers throughout the state a chance to ‘join the race’, as the floating fish beacon has the ability to…

Fremantle Prison Will Undergo Urgent Conservation Works

An urgent conservation works program for Fremantle Prison has been announced by the McGowan Government today, with an immediate cash injection of $3.5 million to the project. The funds were secured partially due to the redirection of the 2019-20 Heritage Grants program, which won’t be available during this financial year. The initial cells repair work…

Mount Street Pedestrian Bridge Reopened Following Major Refurbishment

The Mount Street pedestrian bridge has been reopened today after a 3 million dollars safety improvement and refurbishment program. The 47 year old bridge which is located above Mitchell Freeway is an important walkway connecting the city and Kings Park. Additional works have been undertaken including the replacement of the central mast and stay wires,…

32 Year Old Man Charged For “Card Skimming” Offences

A man has been charged as a result of WA Police’s ongoing investigation into an international established criminal network in local “card skimming’ crimes. In September this year, Police were advice that two compromised ATMs in Perth was linked to subsequent unauthorized transactions which worth more than $100,000. It’s understood the transactions took place between…

Household Costs Unlikely To Go Down Despite State Government Surplus

Despite the WA state government reporting a budget surplus of $1.3 billion, it is unlikely that household costs such as power will go down. The questions come as the State Government’s latest Annual Report On State Finance show the first surplus in 5 years due to the lower expenditure ($316 million less that expected), higher…