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Michael Inman is a courts reporter for The Canberra Times
Michael Inman A private Canberra academy has submitted a business case and master plan to transform the old Watson high school site into a multi-million dollar education precinct.
Michael Inman A Canberra man threatened to kill his former partner after she refused him access to his son when he admitted he had used ice.
Michael Inman A Canberra bikie boss has pleaded guilty to possessing ice and cocaine with a street value of up to $196,000.
Michael Inman Braddon man on burglary, theft and property damage charges refused bail.
Michael Inman Attack left victim with a severed Achilles tendon, ligament damage to his fingers, and bone damage to his leg.
Michael Inman A Canberra teenager who bribed his young step-sister with Pokemon cards before he molested her will be resentenced on appeal.
Michael Inman A Canberra accountant has been ordered to pay back the $880,936 he stole from his employer.
Michael Inman The alleged boss of a jailhouse drug syndicate has been bailed so he take part in a residential rehabilitation program.
Former child in immigration detention Mohammad Ali Baqiri determined to prevent other children suffering same horrors
Michael Inman National day of action to call for all children remaining in immigration detention to be released.
Michael Inman Canberra inmate Thor Kristiansen has pleaded not guilty to charges of drug trafficking and money laundering in prison.
Michael Inman Canberra's town centres – once heralded as a triumph of town planning – are actually inhibiting the city’s government reliant economy from diversifying, a report says.
Michael Inman The Higgins man had recently turned his life around, the court heard. He was was given a suspended 15-month jail sentence, and banned from driving for six months.
Michael Inman An outspoken critic of the Federal Government's approach to asylum seekers will speak in Canberra about the rights of the citizen against a tyrant.
Brandis 'legally unreasonable' for failure to help overturn wrongful people smuggling conviction, court told
Michael Inman Attorney-General George Brandis has been labelled "legally unreasonable" after failing to help overturn the conviction of an Indonesian boy wrongly locked up for two years in an adult jail.
Michael Inman and Christopher Knaus A stack of stolen cash drawers helped bring Benjamin Allwell's spree of armed robberies to an end.
Michael Inman A NSW police constable who performed first aid on the victims of a horror high-speed crash on Canberra Avenue suffered post-traumatic stress disorder and depression and now wants almost $960,000 in...
Michael Inman A Franklin man has pleaded guilty to importing more than half-a-kilogram of illicit drugs to Canberra post office boxes under false names.
Michael Inman A Gordon man who kept a loaded shotgun, crossbow, and drugs unsecured in the home he shared with his two-year-old son has been jailed.
Michael Inman A Canberra judge has found that a pre-emptive attack in response to a challenge to fight outside is not self-defence.
Michael Inman A Rebels bikie bashed a man at Gungahlin to save face in the eyes of other gang members, court told.