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Michael Inman is a courts reporter for The Canberra Times
Michael Inman An English soldier who served with the Australian Army in Timor and was subjected to harassment has won a disability pension in an appeal hearing.
Natasha Boddy and Michael Inman Some private hospital patients may be hit with higher out-of-pocket expenses within two weeks after the operator of two ACT private hospitals terminated its contract with 25 private health insurers.
Michael Inman Former parliamentary speaker Peter Slipper could abandon his appeal against conviction.
References to 'black babies' and 'Coon cheese' offensive, but not a breach of Racial Discrimination Act: judge
Michael Inman An Aboriginal public servant experienced co-workers making references to “black babies” and “Coon cheese” at a staff afternoon tea.
Michael Inman A South Vietnam soldier is eligible to apply for Australian service pension after a tribunal found he had been ambushed by the Viet Cong in 1973.
Markus Mannheim and Michael Inman A former Canberra businessman who stole information from his employer and used it to sell training courses to a spy agency has been ordered to make a massive payout.
Michael Inman Jurors have been told to put aside their personal views on boat people for the trial of an accused Indonesia people smuggler.
Markus Mannheim, Michael Inman Australian spies illegally coerced a man into speaking with them and failed to inform him of his rights, a tribunal says.
Markus Mannheim and Michael Inman Australian spies illegally coerced a man into speaking with them and failed to inform him of his rights, a tribunal says.
Michael Inman A Canberra bureaucrat bullied through compulsory private counselling sessions with her supervisor has lost her fight for workers' compensation.
Markus Mannheim, Michael Inman A dispute between two companies that train public servants has revealed the lucrative market value of top-secret security clearances.
Michael Inman A public servant who was sacked for criticising the government on Twitter has lost a last gasp bid to keep her job.
Michael Inman and Nino Bucci A religious sect which was linked to an unsolved Sydney terrorist attack is fighting a court battle for control of its $20 million Australian empire.
Michael Inman Opposition Leader Tony Abbott’s chief of staff has entered a plea of guilty to drink driving.
Michael Inman A tribunal has held a secret hearing to decide if Godwin Grech's settlement details should be made public.
Michael Inman A former sailor with a deformed surgical scar has won the right to have his request for plastic surgery considered again.
Michael Inman An Indonesian rice farmer has pledged to tell his countrymen of the perils of people smuggling.
Michael Inman Court Reporter An Indian couple who applied for refugee status on the grounds they are from different castes and could be killed if they were deported have won the right to stay in Australia.
Michael Inman A coach who claimed he was sacked from a volunteer position because he was white has had his claim of racial discrimination against Robert de Castella dismissed.
Michael Inman Australia's domestic spy agency has lost a legal battle to censor the details of alleged foreign espionage activities by a friendly nation.