Louise Hall

Louise Hall

Louise Hall is a Court Reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald

Adeel Khan to deny he caused fatal Rozelle explosion: court

Louise Hall The man charged with three counts of murder resulting from an explosion at his Rozelle convenience store will fully contest the case, arguing he is not responsible for causing the fatal fire.

Matthew Domio granted bail over drunken one-punch death of father Dario

Matthew Domio, who killed his father Dario Domio in a drunken one-punch attack.

Louise Hall The family and friends of a man who killed his own father in a drunken one-punch attack have wept as he was granted Supreme Court bail.

Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs fails

Louise Hall In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge of a wrecked cargo liner resting on a remote reef 600 kilometres east of Coffs Harbour.

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Camp Kitty: Claws are out in fight for right to keep 200 cats

Louise Hall, Kelsey Sutor Richard McCudden is a self-employed painter who says he has "a great desire to save cats that would otherwise be euthanised".

Jamie Gao wanted to be a gangster and climb the hierarchy, court hears

Shot: Jamie Gao.

Louise Hall Jamie Gao wanted to be a "gangster" and "climb the hierarchy", his longtime friend has told the murder trial of his alleged killers.

Rogerson and McNamara blame each other for Jamie Gao's death

CCTV footage tendered in court, taken at the Cote D'Azur Apartments in McDonald St Cronulla on May 20, 2014.

Louise Hall, Paul Bibby Roger Rogerson and Glen McNamara have blamed each other for the shooting death of Jamie Gao as their defence cases open in the NSW Supreme Court.

Roger Rogerson and Glen McNamara trial: accused pair seen carrying fishing rods morning after alleged murder

Jamie Gao, 20, was allegedly murdered on May 22, 2014.

Louise Hall, Paul Bibby The morning after Jamie Gao was allegedly murdered in a botched drug deal, Roger Rogerson and Glen McNamara were seen carrying a pair of fishing rods.

Trial of Roger Rogerson and Glen McNamara for the murder of student Jamie Gao begins in the NSW Supreme Court

Roger Rogerson at Graham

Paul Bibby, Louise Hall "He went to that meeting and went into that storage shed thinking that what was to happen would shortly make him very rich," the prosecutor said.

Hamdi Alqudsi faces High Court challenge to avoid jury trial for foreign incursion offences

Hamdi Alqudsi, who is accused of recruiting people to fight with terrorists overseas, leaves the Supreme Court of NSW in July after a change in his bail conditions.

Louise Hall Hamdi Alqudsi, the first person in Australia to be charged with recruiting and sending people overseas to fight with terrorist groups in Syria, faces a High Court challenge to his wish to not...

Universal Medicine's Serge Benhayon to inherit bulk of devotee's million-dollar estate

Serge Benhayon, founder of Universal Medicine at his healing centre near Lismore, Northern NSW.

Louise Hall, Tim Elliott Serge Benhayon , founder of the esoteric healing group Universal Medicine, will inherit the bulk of the million-dollar estate of a female devotee after her two adult children failed in a challenge to...

Man committed to stand trial for funding Islamic State

Omarjan Azari has been charged with funding the terrorist organisation IS.

Louise Hall A man charged with funding the terrorist organisation Islamic State has been committed to stand trial.

Scott McIntyre not sacked for controversial Anzac Day opinion: SBS

Sacked over Twitter comments: Scott McIntyre.

Louise Hall SBS says sports reporter Scott McIntyre was not sacked because of his controversial opinions about Anzac Day but because he refused to delete a series of inflammatory tweets and publicly apologise.

'I'd taken a lot of drugs': Jennifer Lee Clarke helped partner attack and rob 86-year-old

Hurt: Frank Carlino had his face stomped on.

Louise Hall Jennifer Lee Clarke had "taken a lot of drugs" and not slept for up to a week when she spied the frail, elderly man withdrawing money from a bank.

Accused priest's landmark legal challenge to Church's sexual abuse process

A 19-year-old man has pleaded not guilty to assaulting his 60-year-old aunt with a baseball bat.

Louise Hall A Catholic priest accused of serious sexual misconduct with a vulnerable woman is challenging the Church's Towards Healing procedures in a landmark legal case.

Fady Taiba's emotional victim statement at James Longworth's sentence hearing

James Ian Longworth, leaves the Downing Centre District Court in October 2015.

Louise Hall "The scar is a constant reminder of what happened that night and will be with me until the day I die.

Anglican Diocese of Bathurst liable for $40 million Commonwealth Bank loan: court

Letter of comfort: The Right Reverend Richard Hurford in 1997.

Louise Hall The Anglican Diocese of Bathurst is liable for a $40 million loan from the Commonwealth Bank and may have to sell off property including schools to meet the debt.

Release of accused Lin family murderer Robert Xie 'the greatest Christmas present'

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Paul Bibby, Louise Hall The release of accused Lin family murderer Robert Xie on bail is "the greatest Christmas present" his wife has declared.

Alleged Nigerian scammer refused bail over $150,000 Facebook fraud


Louise Hall A 42-year-old woman was befriended by a man on Facebook. It was not friendship he was after.

Wedding photographer accused of pawning high-end equipment denied bail

A convicted Victorian murderer is alleged to have robbed a St Vincent de Paul worker at knifepoint

Louise Hall A wedding photographer charged over a string of alleged frauds involving the pawning of high-end photographic equipment worth $176,000 has been denied bail.