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Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Christopher Knaus The ACT government has been urged to consider cutting late-night trading hours of licensed venues.
Christopher Knaus Police have failed to use new powers to crack down on pubs and clubs that sell alcohol to already drunk patrons.
Christopher Knaus The face of his attacker still haunts Steve.
Christopher Knaus Authorities must swell the ranks of police officers working in Civic to prevent the ''abhorrent'' drunken assaults that are destroying young lives, the police union says.
Christopher Knaus Despite the efforts of police and politicians, Civic remains a hotbed of alcohol-fuelled violence. Today, in the first part of a special series, Christopher Knaus reports on how supposedly tough...
Christopher Knaus A Canberra man will fight allegations that he assaulted a patron of a Civic nightclub earlier this year, leaving him unconscious.
Christopher Knaus A Canberra man will fight allegations that he assaulted a patron of a Civic nightclub this year, leaving him unconscious.
Christopher Knaus Police say Marist College students threw rocks at them and forced road closures early on Sunday morning.
Christopher Knaus One punch delivered police to the Pridhams' doorstep in the dead of the night.
Christopher Knaus A man who allegedly king hit an Irish tourist in a drunken assault in Civic, leaving him with severe brain damage, has gone on trial.
Christopher Knaus The man accused of king hitting a tourist in Civic has denied seeing the drunk Irishman as a "soft target" who he wanted to knock out to impress his friends.
Christopher Knaus A man has been found guilty of king hitting a middle-aged drunk Irish tourist in Civic, leaving him with brain damage.
Christopher Knaus, Peter Jean Fringe Festival creative director Jorian Gardner has been fined $1000 and ordered not to drive for three months for drink driving while unlicensed.
Christopher Knaus A woman arrested for a southside burglary on Thursday is believed to have stolen more than $13,000 worth of property in a series of break-ins across the city in the past 15 months.
Christopher Knaus A man has faced court over the alleged aggravated robbery of a Civic Video store in Gungahlin on the weekend.
Christopher Knaus A public servant who fraudulently spent more than $7000 on her department's credit card has avoided serving time in prison.
Christopher Knaus A man accused of breaking into a random Ainslie home and raping a young woman he had never met has been denied bail.
Christopher Knaus A warrant has been issued for Canberra's Fringe Festival creative director Jorian Gardner after he failed to show up to answer a drink driving charge.
Christopher Knaus Man allegedly caught sitting on a shotgun in his friend's mother's rental car has been denied bail.
Christopher Knaus A brothel madam who kept a sex slave in a Braddon apartment has had her sentence slashed by two years after a successful appeal in the ACT's highest court.