Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan received a fresh death threat yesterday, once again forcing the closure of his Rockingham office.
Hazmat crews called into Mr McGowan’s office in Rockingham yesterday after a suspicious package arrived around midday.
The package contained a white powder and was intended for the state leader. Workers had also received mail containing death threats.
The office was shut down as police, forensics and hazmat crews attended the scene.
The package was taken away for testing.
It has seen been confirmed the powder was non-toxic and staff have since returned for work.
his is the second time Mr McGowan’s office has been forced to close over alleged threats.
In November staff received bomb and death threats while Mr McGowan received a chilling message on his mobile phone.
Two men have been charged with allegedly making the threatening phone calls.