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Man who stole car with baby inside committed for sentence

Michael Inman A man who stole a car with a baby inside in Canberra's north earlier this year has been committed for sentence to the ACT Supreme Court.

Man jailed for 28 months for assault of jewellery theft

Michael Inman A Watson man who accused a friend of thinking he was ''so bling'' before he stole more than $14,000 in gold jewellery from him has been jailed.

ACT taxi driver jailed for running down passenger over fare spat

Michael Inman A taxi driver who ran down a passenger after a spat over a fare has been sentenced to six years jail.

Lyneham man Howard Hall faces charges over alleged assault on girlfriend

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Michael Inman A Lyneham man accused of choking and stomping on his girlfriend has been denied bail.

Canberra police officer fined for recording victim's sex video

Michael Inman A former ACT police officer has been fined for recording a private sex video from the mobile phone of a woman who went to Tuggeranong police station for help last year.

Case against Nicholas Sofer-Schreiber murder-accused will take months

Chris Navin.

Michael Inman The case against accused killer Christopher David Navin will not be ready until mid-year, a court has heard.

Plea change ends trial for sexual intercourse

Michael Inman A Canberra man has changed his plea and admitted to sexual offences against a woman.

Online pay parking for Parliamentary Triangle

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Michael Inman Public servants based in Canberra's Parliamentary Triangle will be able to pre-purchase medium- to long- term parking tickets online from June.

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Canberra catholic priest to be tried over molestation allegations


Michael Inman A Canberra catholic priest has been committed to stand trial over allegations he molested a young parishioner in the 1990s.

Man guilty of public indecency

Michael Inman A Braddon man has been found guilty of masturbating on a northside park bench in broad daylight last year.

Height change gives push to ABC flats overhaul

Simon Corbell announced on Thursday a planning variation for the Cooyong Street site.

Michael Inman The ACT government has approved changes to the territory plan that will allow the controversial redevelopment of the ageing ABC flats to go ahead, but at a lower height than previously proposed.

Upskirter accused Sung Kun Kim faces more charges

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Michael Inman A Queanbeyan man accused of photographing up a woman's dress at the National Multicultural Festival is expected to be charged with a further 10 offences, a court has heard.

Victim robbed of $14k in jewellery after being labelled "so bling"

Michael Inman A Watson man has made a mid-trial confession to the theft of more than $14,000 in gold jewellery after a night out drinking.

Friends of Lyneham murder victim urge anyone with information to come forward

Nicholas Sofer-Schreiber with friend Stacey Rupil.

Michael Inman Friends of murder victim Nicholas Sofer-Schreiber have urged anyone with information about his death to come forward.

Weapons drawn as man rushed police, ACT Magistrates Court told

Michael Inman Police were forced to draw guns after a man allegedly threatened them with an incendiary device, a court has heard.

Man held over laptop theft has long record

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Michael Inman A man accused of robbing a pub patron while armed with a screwdriver was wanted by police, a court has heard.

Copa Brazilian Churrasco food poisoning legal action launched

The Copa Brazilian Churrasco restaurant in Dickson.

Michael Inman More than 70 diners who fell victim to Canberra's largest salmonella outbreak have launched legal action against a Dickson restaurant.

Killer known to victim in Phillip New Year's Day murder

News.  ACT Policing have covered the rear courtyard of a property in Phillip as they investigate a murder at Mansfield Place in Phillip. 2 January 2014. Canberra Times photograph by Jeffrey Chan.

Christopher Knaus and Michael Inman Police believe the killer responsible for the New Year's Day murder in Phillip was known to his victim and stole his mobile phone, using it to make calls after the attack.

Man who used stolen cards to buy fast food jailed for six years


Michael Inman A man who used stolen credit cards to buy fast food during a month long crime spree across the territory has been jailed for more than six years.

Prosecutors accused of breaching girl's rights

Michael Inman Prosecutors have been accused of breaching human rights and acting unlawfully in the case of a teenager accused of assault.