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Michael Inman is a courts reporter for The Canberra Times
Michael Inman A Narrabundah man who tried to kill his unborn child claimed he could not remember the attack, a court has heard.
Michael Inman Canberra man who “cynically and evilly” molested two young sisters sentenced to 11 years jail.
Michael Inman Two Canberra police officers have reportedly visited Hoddle Street killer Julian Knight at Port Phillip to question him over a 1987 stabbing at a Civic nightclub.
Noel Towell and Michael Inman Dead people on the Canberra Liberals' membership lists a symptom of wider malaise, says former leader.
Michael Inman ANU students expected to sue after 55 fell ill to food poisoning last year.
Michael Inman Two men were on a week-long crime spree when they terrified a woman with a machete in a botched carjacking.
Michael Inman An Indonesian teenager jailed as an adult for people smuggling will push to have his conviction quashed.
Michael Inman The alleged ringleader of a sophisticated drug supply racket in the ACT's prison has pleaded not guilty.
Clare Colley and Michael Inman Opponents of an upgrade to a derelict shopping centre at Giralang have had a win with the highest court in the country upholding their appeal and ordering the ACT government to pay legal costs.
Michael Inman ACT courts have taken a step towards a paperless with the purchase of a new case management system.
Michael Inman World Cup duties and pre-season training caused Canberra Raiders star Josh Papalii to miss a parking fine that has now got him banned from driving.
Michael Inman A failed Civic cafe deemed a 'serious danger to public health' has been fined $15,000 for its unsafe food regime.
Michael Inman A Canberra man has been found guilty of using a gun to take “lover’s revenge” after a woman he met on eHarmony broke off their fling.
Natasha Boddy and Michael Inman Public hospital in Bruce underestimated its losses by more than $5 million, with a reissued financial report showing the facility lost almost $12 million in just a year.
Michael Inman A Giralang man who poured petrol inside a restaurant and threatened to set it alight has been found fit to plead.
Michael Inman A group of Albury-based businesspeople have been ordered to pay almost $70m to the Commonwealth.
Michael Inman A father's parenting style, which included camping, swimming, and climbing, was seen as a risk to his child's safety by the mother.
Michael Inman A Hackett man wanted to be arrested for “something real” when he threatened police with a Molotov cocktail after a car chase through Belconnen.
Michael Inman A botched extraction in which part of a tooth was forced into a woman's sinus cavity has cost a dentist more than $800,000 in damages.
Michael Inman Another two Mr Fluffy homeowners could sue the ACT Government for more than $1.35 million after they unknowingly bought properties contaminated with deadly asbestos.