Paul Bibby

Paul Bibby

Paul Bibby is a Court Reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald.

Wife killer and ex-policeman Des Campbell loses appeal in NSW's highest court

Des Campbell

Paul Bibby Convicted wife killer and former detective Des Campbell has lost his appeal in the state's highest court.

Home invaders killed woman, not me, accused murderer claims

Accused murderer Tony Halloun claims three armed intruders killed Sydney grandmother Shahnaz Qidwai.

Paul Bibby An accused murderer has claimed it was not he, but three armed intruders who killed a Sydney grandmother after taking them both hostage, and that he had "feared for his life".

Home invaders held gun to my head on day Shahnaz Qidwai died: accused killer Tony Halloun

Killed: Shahnaz Qidwai with her husband Dr Khalid Qidwai.

Paul Bibby Eighteen months after he allegedly murdered a Sydney grandmother in her northern suburbs mansion tradesman Tony Halloun tearfully told police she had actually been the victim of a violent home...

Kate Malonyay murdered by Elliot Coulson after uncovering web of lies: coroner

Paul Bibby The Deputy NSW Coroner will recommend that the Department of Education introduce the topic of domestic violence and abusive relationships into the NSW school curriculum after finding that Sydney...

Lying ex-officer Matthew Dennis allowed home detention

Paul Bibby Friends and family of a disgraced former police inspector have burst into tears of relief outside a Sydney court after a magistrate indicated she may allow him to serve a nine-month custodial...

Kate Malonyay murdered by Elliot Coulson after uncovering web of lies: coroner

Malonyay

Paul Bibby Sydney woman Kate Malonyay may have been murdered by her ex-boyfriend because she uncovered the web of lies he had concocted about his life and was sharing her discoveries with his family, a...

Accused murderer told police victim was 'like a second mother to me'

Shahnaz Qidwai and her husband Dr Khalid Qidwai.

Paul Bibby A few hours after he allegedly murdered a Sydney grandmother, tradesman Tony Halloun told police the woman's husband had delivered him as a baby and that she was ''like a second mother to me'', a...

Sharks supplements scandal: sports scientist Stephen Dank loses defamation appeal

Another setback: Sports scientist Stephen Dank's defamation appeal has been rejected.

Paul Bibby The defamation suits launched by controversial sports scientist Stephen Dank over media reporting of his involvement in the Cronulla Sharks supplements scandal have suffered a major blow, after his...

Repeat offender Nathaniel Barker banned from driving for 78 years

Scales of Justice outside the District Court in Brisbane.

Paul Bibby An elderly Sydney man has been banned from driving for the next 78 years and is facing nine months home detention after driving while disqualified for the 21st time.

'Do you know who I am?' Sydney MP allegedly told volunteer during local campaign

Tania Mihailuk

Paul Bibby Tempers at suburban polling booths often become frayed on election day, as volunteers armed with glossy pamphlets make a last desperate bid to get their candidates over the line.

Labor MP Tania Mihailuk's alleged comments 'ruined me', says Bankstown man in defamation case

Sued for defamation: Labor MP Tania Mihailuk.

Paul Bibby A south-west Sydney MP told voters at a polling both not to vote for a local council candidate in an election in which her partner was also running because the candidate's "cousins are murderers and...

Ex-detective Roger Rogerson, accused of murdering Jamie Gao, denied bail

Fatherly advice: Roger Rogerson.

Paul Bibby After allegedly murdering drug dealer Jamie Gow in a storage unit with his former police colleague, Roger Rogerson told his wife he had simply gone in to provide "some old fatherly advice", a court...

Sydney man jailed for threatening to slit ASIO officer's throat

Court.

Paul Bibby A Sydney man who threatened to slit the throat of an ASIO officer in anger at the organisation's investigation into his activities has been sentenced to nine months' jail.

Mike Baird faces $1/2bn budget shortfall after losing Barangaroo challenge

Barangaroo: Public works in doubt.

Nicole Hasham, Paul Bibby A lost court battle over Barangaroo has left the Baird government with budget shortfall potentially reaching hundreds of millions of dollars, and either taxpayers or developers may be asked to foot...

Barangaroo public works in doubt after government loses court battle with Lend Lease

Lend Lease has won a legal battle with the State Government over funding of public areas on the Barangaroo site.

Paul Bibby and Nicole Hasham The State Government’s ability to undertake millions of dollars worth of public works at Barangaroo is in doubt after it lost its developer contributions battle with Lend Lease in the NSW Court...

Fashion designer Jodhi Meares sentenced over drink driving crash

Jodhi Meares arrives at Waverley Local Court.

Paul Bibby Life has apparently been tough for Sydney fashion designer Jodhi Meares since she crashed her luxury four-wheel-drive into three parked cars while drink-driving in Bellevue Hill.

Sydney mother allegedly beaten to death in mansion following money dispute

Qidwai

Paul Bibby The man accused of beating a Sydney mother to death in her northern suburbs mansion, had allegedly argued with her husband over money the day before, telling him “I will win in the end”.

Sydney youth jailed for three years over Chippendale petrol attack

Scales of Justice outside the District Court in Brisbane. Photo: Louie Douvis

Paul Bibby A youth who doused a woman in petrol and then set her alight had been “groomed and recruited” to commit the act by his violent and intimidating cousin, a Sydney court has heard.

Chippendale victim storms out of court as teen jailed for setting her alight in alley

Justice.

Paul Bibby A woman has stormed, wailing, from a Sydney court after a youth who doused her with petrol and set her alight in an inner city alley was sentenced to three years jail.