Terror accused Omarjan Azari was told to 'just pick any random unbeliever' and kill them in front of the Islamic State flag
Louise Hall Terror accused Omarjan Azari was told to "just pick any random unbeliever" and kill them in front of the Islamic State flag and then send the footage so it could be put online, a court has heard.
Louise Hall A Sydney man was told to "just pick any random unbeliever" and kill them in front of the Islamic State flag and then send the footage so it could be put online, a court has heard.
Louise Hall Lawyers for a Sydney man accused of planning a "terrifying" public terrorist act say he could never get a fair trial because of the prime minister's "unprecedented interference" in the case.
Louise Hall A Sydney mother who suffered brain damage when she was hit by a car while pushing her newborn baby in a pram has reached a confidential out-of-court settlement with the driver's insurance company.
Louise Hall Irishman Barry Lyttle says his brother Patrick is "doing really well" as he recovers from their disastrous fight outside a Kings Cross nightclub last month.
Louise Hall A young man who was bashed by bouncers at the Ivy nightclub is suing bar baron Justin Hemmes' companies for about $1 million in damages.
Louise Hall A Sydney man detained during a series of pre-dawn raids as part of the counter-terrorism Operation Appleby and later charged with breaching a control order has been denied bail in the Supreme Court.
Louise Hall A 12-year-old girl who was "married" in an Islamic ceremony in her family's Hunter Valley home fell pregnant but miscarried, a court has heard.
Louise Hall A Sydney GP has been found incompetent to practise medicine because he has a narcissistic personality disorder, which impairs his ability to relate to, diagnose and treat patients.
Michaela Whitbourn, Louise Hall A case that would have re-aired the question of whether Gordon Wood murdered his girlfriend Caroline Byrne is expected to be settled out of court.
Louise Hall Ice addict James Polkinghorne was the main suspect in the murder of a drug rival, Nikolas Argiropoulos✓, whose body was dumped in a Birchgrove park in March 2012.
Louise Hall A veteran bus driver who killed a pedestrian in Sydney's CBD after taking his eyes off the road momentarily to wave at a colleague has avoided jail with a magistrate finding a prison sentence...
Louise Hall An elderly man who lost his case for compensation following the 2001 Black Christmas bushfires has made an impassioned plea to Premier Mike Baird to be spared his share of a $6.5 million legal bill.
Louise Hall A Sudanese man accused of luring a 16-year-old girl to a stairwell where she was gang raped by six men has been granted bail in the Supreme Court.
Louise Hall Three people have died and a child was in a critical condition after a car veered off a Central Coast road and hit a tree on Sunday.
Louise Hall The heartbroken couple of two disabled young boys are suing prominent fertility specialists Genea after the mother wrongly came to believe she did not carry the Fragile X gene mutation.
Louise Hall, Paul Bibby British police with experience in siege management will work with Queensland officers to review the way NSW Police handled the Lindt cafe siege, and in particular the strategy to wait it out rather...
Louise Hall and Rose Powell In the hours, days and weeks after the deadly attack on the Lindt cafe, speculation and recriminations flowed as the details of the hostages' 17-hour ordeal emerged.
Louise Hall A joint NSW-Commonwealth review is due to report within days.
Louise Hall, Paul Bibby Gunman Man Haron Monis forced Lindt cafe manager Tori Johnson to kneel before shooting him once in the back of the head, an inquest has heard.