CM – Man on trial in Rockingham Court after allegedly threatening Premier’s life


Saturday, May 1, 2021, 9:12 a.m.

By Marion Print

A 33-year-old man was charged in Rockingham Court with threatening the life of WA Prime Minister Mark McGowan.

According to the Western Australian, Gavin Michael Higgs appeared in Rockingham Magistrate’s Court on Friday for threatening to kill the premier at his home.

It is believed that Mr Higgs was at the Rockingham address of the Prime Minister passed by and threatened his life while his wife and children were also at home.

The magistrate gave Mr. Higgs $ 1000 bail but was placed in custody after failing to meet the requirements .

« My whole family was there at the time, but everyone is fine and that is the main thing, » he said.

Mandurah detectives are soliciting information about an attempted break-in and fire in a house in Mandurah.

Police are urgently seeking information to help locate Sapphire Cashmore, who has not been seen in three days.

Police have charged a woman after allegedly refusing to wear a mask twice during the three-day embargo on Perth and Peel.

A smoke alarm was issued for the metropolitan area of ​​Perth down to Busselton. The haze is expected to go away tomorrow morning.

The City of Rockingham Art Awards exhibition is expected to take place in May at the Gary Holland Community Center and Rockingham Arts Center.

A construction company director was fined $ 8,000 for deceiving the owners of a block in Golden Bay and failing to ensure the company’s projects were properly managed and monitored.

A 51-year-old man has died after crashing into a tree near the Williams neighborhood, southeast of Mandurah.

A house went up in flames south of Perth.

Premier Mark McGowan has announced that no new local cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in WA overnight.


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