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Michael Inman is a courts reporter for The Canberra Times
Michael Inman Australia would fail as a society if it continues to underfund its legal aid programs, a national peak body says.
Michael Inman The convicted killer of mother-of-three Paula Conlon has sought to overturn his sentence and conviction. But he must first convince the ACT Court of Appeal to grant him leave to appeal out of time.
Christopher Knaus and Michael Inman Canberra's public housing commissioner had no duty of care to a young boy mauled by two vicious dogs, lawyers argued.
Michael Inman EX-CFMEU official also claimed he doesn't know why he received $32k in redundancy pay after resigning, royal commission hears.
Michael Inman Housing ACT washed its hands of two dogs in the years before they savagely mauled a six-year-old boy, a court has heard.
Michael Inman A $4.3 billion dollar claim against the Commonwealth will proceed after a Canberra judge ruled a group of Albury-based businesspeople should not pay a security before the case can proceed.
Michael Inman Canberra construction industry veteran said rumours of union issues had only cropped up in recent years.
Michael Inman A grief-stricken mother, crushed family, and injured worker will vouch for the good work of the construction union this week, as the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption holds...
Entry to Canberra construction market bought through bribes, royal commission into trade unions hears
Michael Inman A Sydney tiler allegedly paid bribes to a construction union official to get work in Canberra because "that's the market", the royal commission has heard.
Christopher Knaus and Michael Inman Govt received string of complaints about pit bulls for more than five years before savage attack on child, court hears.
Michael Inman The construction union expected to boycott the commissions hearing until Thursday in protest of what it claims is a lack of procedural fairness.
Michael Inman and Tom McIlroy The Canberra legal community is open to practising in temporary shipping containers during redevelopment of the ACT Supreme Court.
Michael Inman Jack Hartigan's first playdate was a milestone that turned into a nightmare when he was savaged by two American pit bull terriers. Now he is seeking compensation for the damage.
Michael Inman A HECS-style scheme to fund civil lawsuits could improve access to justice and instil confidence in democracy, a Canberra academic says.
Michael Inman More than $1.3 million of federal funds earmarked to kickstart Indigenous businesses was allegedly stolen to fund a lavish lifestyle of overseas travel and luxury cars.
Michael Inman The former Zimbabwean ambassador won $180,000 in damages against a freelance writer who published false claims she had stripped in front of embassy staff.
Michael Inman Police have used blood to link a Cook man to a robbery at a Civic massage business last month, a court has heard.
Michael Inman A forensic psychiatrist says a Canberra man accused of lighting two fires during a total fire ban was suffering from a mania and psychotic symptoms at the time.
Michael Inman A Kambah man involved in a three hour standoff with police on Tuesday had been at the Page home to babysit, a court has heard.
Michael Inman Union intimidation and harassment is common in the Canberra construction sector, a survey of stakeholders says.