New South Wales

Coronial Inquests published by the Australian, New South Wales Coroner.

Jasmine MORRIS

Inquest into the suspected death of missing person Jasmine MORRIS

Coronial Law – whether missing person now deceased, date and place of death, cause and manner of death, missing persons investigations, Unsolved Homicide Team, Missing Persons Standard Operating Procedures

Magistrate Derek Lee, Deputy State Coroner on 02 December 2020



Inquest into the disappearance of Benjamin LIPPIATT

On 27 March 2019 Benjamin and his partner, Michala Trezise boarded the cruise ship,\r\nCarnival Spirit for a 12 day voyage around the Pacific Islands and Coral Sea. They spent\r\ntheir first days exploring the ship and taking part in the holiday activities on board. They\r\nenjoyed the restaurants and bars and played bingo, foosball and shuffle ball. It was a wellearned break for the couple and they anticipated a lovely holiday.

Magistrate Harriet Grahame, Deputy State Coroner on 18 November 2020


Bosco Toufalous

Inquest into the death of Bosco Toufalous

This is an inquest into the death of Bosco Toufalous who was 35 years old when\r\nhe died. He was born in South Sudan in 1982. He was the youngest child of\r\nAna Ayura and Pius Onguti Teppi. The deceased had an older brother, James\r\nOkwera born in 1978. His parents died when he was very young and at about\r\nthe age of 2 years he lived with his aunty and uncle and their three children.\r\nWhen war broke out in South Sudan in 1986, he moved to a refugee camp in\r\nUganda with his aunty and uncle and cousins.\r\n

Deputy State Coroner E.Truscott on 6 November 2020


Lawrence Hausia

Inquest into the death of Lawrence Hausia

Lawrence Hausia was 30 years of age at the time of his death on 3 December 2018. He was\r\nserving a custodial sentence and living at the Metropolitan Reception and Remand Centre\r\n(MRRC) at Silverwater, NSW.\r\n2. Lawrence was discovered unresponsive in his cell by another inmate. CPR was commenced\r\nand an ambulance was called. Unfortunately, Lawrence could not be revived.\r\n3. A post mortem examination was conducted on 7 December 2018. The forensic pathologist\r\nconducting the examination recorded the cause of death as “atherosclerotic coronary artery\r\ndisease.”1

Magistrate Harriet Grahame, Deputy State Coroner on 3 November 2020