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Michael Inman is a courts reporter for The Canberra Times
Michael Inman Attorney-General George Brandis relents and refers case of an Indonesian teen wrongfully jailed as an adult for people smuggling back to WA court.
Henry Belot and Michael Inman Police union members are concerned by bid to install a new president in the midst of a federal court investigation.
Michael Inman Former junior Defence bureaucrat admitted to causing embarrassing security breach with "Five Eyes" intelligence document.
Henry Belot and Michael Inman Australia's spy master has launched an aggressive recruitment policy aimed at university graduates.
Bianca Hall, Michael Inman An anti-Islam activist is seeking more than $1 million in damages from Facebook, claiming it breached his freedom of political speech by cutting him out of the group he administers on Facebook.
Michael Inman Defence has been fined $220,000 over the death of an Australian commando during a live fire exercise gone wrong.
Michael Inman WikiLeaks says whistleblowers need expert help when leaking government secrets.
Michael Inman A dog on death row has been granted a reprieve by the High Court. But Izzy could still be put down.
Michael Inman A Canberra public servant's marathon fight for compensation has been without substance and is beginning to border on vexatious, a judge has said.
Michael Inman A Staffordshire terrier called Izzy is hoping for a reprieve after being condemned to death for biting a woman's finger.
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.