John Sunol must show cause why he shouldn't face Supreme Court contempt proceedings

By Joanne McCarthy
April 11 2018 - 5:30am
Referral: Former Newcastle taxi driver John Sunol has until May 11 to show why he should not face contempt proceedings in the NSW Supreme Court after a history of online rants.
Referral: Former Newcastle taxi driver John Sunol has until May 11 to show why he should not face contempt proceedings in the NSW Supreme Court after a history of online rants.

SINCE 2005 former Newcastle taxi driver John Christopher Sunol has been in trouble for his online rants against “gays and atheists”, the Sydney Mardi Gras, Muslims and complaints and findings against him by the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

Subscribe now for unlimited access.

or signup to continue reading

All articles from our website & app
The digital version of Today's Paper
Breaking news alerts direct to your inbox
Interactive Crosswords, Sudoku and Trivia
All articles from the other in your area

Get the latest Newcastle news in your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date.

We care about the protection of your data. Read our Privacy Policy.