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Michael Inman is a courts reporter for The Canberra Times
Michael Inman Former federal politician Peter Slipper will ask a Canberra court to drop the fraud charges against him on mental health grounds.
Michael Inman Two men who looted the home of a cancer patient while he was in Sydney for surgery have been jailed.
Michael Inman John Papalii has pleaded guilty to robbing and attempting to rob two Canberra supermarkets in December.
Michael Inman A Page man who allegedly king hit a diner in the food court of Westfield Belconnen told a security guard the punch had been "revenge", court hears
Matthew Raggatt and Michael Inman Work colleagues and family joined to mark the death of a building industry veteran on Saturday.
Michael Inman A reduction in the number of days inmates at Canberra jail can receive visitors could impact on rehabilitation, a prisoner’s rights group says.
Michael Inman Plans to cull more than 1600 kangaroos in ACT nature reserves have been delayed for another week.
Michael Inman A public servant who lied about grandmother's death to get leave loses compensation bid.
Michael Inman Answers into cause of workplace death still unanswered.
Michael Inman The federal budget cuts to legal aid will undermine access to justice for Canberra’s most disadvantaged.
Michael Inman A group of northside retailers has won the right to fight a controversial supermarket development.
Michael Inman An award-winning indigenous artist jailed for child sex crimes has lost a bid for release on bail.
Michael Inman Offender handed the prosecution the evidence they needed to charge him with committing an act of indecency on the woman.
Michael Inman A prominent Canberra doctor, found to have failed in his duty of care to a patient, has lost in his attempt to clear his name.
Michael Inman The ACT Government has been ordered to suspend a planned kangaroo cull until a challenge can be heard next week.
Michael Inman The High Court has unanimously overturned the conviction of a Canberra man who sexually abused two teenage girls in his care.
Michael Inman New drink-drive laws that lawyers have warned invade basic human rights passed in the ACT Legislative Assembly on Tuesday.
Michael Inman A freelance writer who defamed the former Zimbawean ambassador could pay up to $200,000 in damages.
Michael Inman Almost 6500 runners took part in the Canberra leg of the Mother’s Day Classic on Sunday.
Michael Inman Proposals to open federal funding to private education providers could pave the way for an education precinct in Canberra's north.