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Michael Inman is a courts reporter for The Canberra Times
Michael Inman Rebels bikies fired shots at the home of a rival gang member as tensions with a newly established Canberra Comanchero chapter reach boiling point, police believe.
Michael Inman Federal police officers were called to a Canberra worksite last year to stop union officials entering during a concrete pour.
Michael Inman A young man began smoking cannabis to manage cancer treatment, but soon found himself cultivating 98 plants to pay his drug debts.
Michael Inman Owner of Belconnen Medical Centre failed to report doctor for having sexual relationship with patient during Medicare-billed consultations.
Michael Inman Because there was no negative feedback from superiors, a varsity academic thought there was no issue with her taking on a consultant role on the side. Michael Inman reports.
Michael Inman and Henry Belot A new judicial watchdog has been established to hold judges and magistrates accountable for minor offences and to respond to complaints from the public
Michael Inman David Eastman will stand trial for the murder of ACT police chief Colin Stanley Winchester in February next year, however, his legal team, in response, has applied for a stay against the ACT Director...
Michael Inman A Bonner man who beat his dog with a pole has been fined and banned from owning a pet.
Michael Inman A former elite sportswoman turned drug addict has avoided jail after proving she is on the road to rehabilitation.
Michael Inman and Christopher Knaus Cash to buy heroin to alleviate back pain drove Scott Robert Thomas to load a syringe with coffee and rob two service stations, a court has heard.
Michael Inman Former offender's appeal for bail rejected as court assesses risk.
Michael Inman Federal prosecutors will appeal the sentence handed to a Canberra restaurateur jailed for importing cocaine.
Michael Inman It has been revealed a Canberra man who attempted to smuggle ice into the Northern Territory intended the flight to be a test run for larger quantities. Michael Inman reports.
Michael Inman The victim of a one-punch assault outside a Civic nightclub has permanently lost his sense of smell, a court has heard.
Michael Inman A family's quest for an probe into their grandmothers death has been reignited by a Canberra court decision.
Michael Inman A CSIRO media manager who says she contracted a virus after drinking contaminated water at a conference has lost her bid for compensation.
Michael Inman A street preacher jailed for a frenzied stabbing tells court he would "kill" for a cleaning job at Canberra jail.
Michael Inman The owner of a Dickson vegetarian restaurant, fined $16,000, after he failed to wipe out a a cockroach infestation because it would have involved “killing little insects”.
Michael Inman The clean-up took only hours, but the risk to public health through potentially contaminated food has seen one of Canberra’s largest private bakeries fined $10,000.
Michael Inman Canberra's sex trade compliant with industry specific work safety laws, but continue a recent trend of breaching general occupational health and safety laws.