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Michael Inman is a courts reporter for The Canberra Times
Michael Inman A Canberra restaurateur has been jailed for importing $114,000 worth of cocaine from the United States.
Michael Inman A Canberra court has upheld the Sentence Administration Board’s power to send an offender to jail.
Michael Inman An unemployed Macgregor man held up a southside service station with a makeshift spear to help pay off debts.
Michael Inman Child predator Cameron Flynn Tully has lodged an appeal against his conviction for offences against eight young girls.
Christopher Knaus and Michael Inman A Canberra mother allegedly murdered by her daughter was found with significant head injuries and her hands and feet bound with rope.
Tree replacement, lower speed limits, and bike lane foreshadowed for revamped Kings and Commonwealth Avenues
Michael Inman Planners will turn the tables on cars in favour of cyclists, pedestrians and light rail along Kings and Commonwealth Avenue.
Michael Inman The Canberra Harmonie German club in Narrabundah released balloons on the weekend to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Michael Inman The ACT will not rush mobile phone jammers into Canberra jail, despite allegations inmates used telecommunication to run a drug syndicate from behind bars.
Michael Inman A syndicate has allegedly been running a lucrative drug operation in the ACT's prison.
Michael Inman A Rebels bikie allegedly involved in the bashing of rival gang members has been denied bail due to fears for public safety.
Michael Inman An intellectually disabled man has been sentenced to almost four years' jail after he admitted sexually molesting his niece.
Michael Inman A dispute over whether the national day should be called Australia Day or Invasion Day led to a man being assaulted and mauled by a dog at the Aboriginal Tent Embassy, a court has heard.
Michael Inman A senior Rebels bikie linked to the alleged bashing of two Finks members outside Belconnen mall has been denied bail.
Michael Inman The decision closes another chapter in the marathon 2003 bushfire lawsuit.
Michael Inman A Canberra group fighting the Gungahlin mosque on neighbourhood planning issues has two interstate Christian activists on its board.
Michael Inman A bid by Peter Slipper to produce fresh evidence in his fight against conviction will be blocked by the Commonwealth.
Michael Inman An Australian Defence Force Academy officer cadet allegedly raped two fellow cadets after drinking in Civic.
Michael Inman A Canberra anti-mosque group denies taking an $8000 donation from a Queensland-based far right organisation to help fund legal challenge
Michael Inman The elderly victim of a southside burglary was hospitalised with a heart condition after wrestling with the intruder, a court has heard.
Michael Inman A convicted child sex offender could be free for Christmas next year after a court cut his sentence on appeal.