Premier's house under police guard - as security is stepped up after ...

Premier's house under police guard - as security is stepped up after ...
Premier's house under police guard - as security is stepped up after ...
Premier's house under police guard after major incident saw him rushed home from wedding – as security is stepped up amid threats from anti-vaxx opponents WA Premier Mark McGowan rushed from a wedding by security on Saturday  Mr McGowan at a reception in Perth's north and was whisked back to his home  There was reportedly a security breach at the Premier's Rockingham address  He recently announced Covid vaccine mandates for workers sparking backlash  

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The house of WA Premier Mark McGowan has been put under heavy police guard after an incident on Saturday night which caused him to be rushed away from a wedding to return home. 

Mr McGowan was attending the reception at the Vasto Club in the northern Perth suburb of Balcatta about 6.30pm when he was abruptly ushered into a car. 

The premier was then swiftly driven across the city back to his home in the southern suburb of Rockingham were police had identified a major security breach, reports The West Australian

Security around the  54-year-old has been upped in recent days after threats were made toward him when he mandated that 75 per cent of WA workforce will need to be fully-vaccinated for Covid or risk getting the sack. 

WA Premier Mark McGowan (pictured with his wife Sarah in September) was rushed away from a wedding on Saturday evening after a security breach at his Rockingham house

WA Premier Mark McGowan (pictured with his wife Sarah in September) was rushed away from a wedding on Saturday evening after a security breach at his Rockingham house 

Mr McGowan was attending a reception at the Vasto Club (pictured) in Perth's northern suburbs about 6.30pm when he was whisked into a car

Mr McGowan was attending a reception at the Vasto Club (pictured) in Perth's northern suburbs about 6.30pm when he was whisked into a car 

Thousands are expected to lose their jobs even if WA achieves very high vaccination rates - enraging anti-vaccine proponents and even leading to one man being charged with threatening to kill the premier. 

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