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Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Christopher Knaus A Canberra couple are facing criminal convictions for failing to completely remove asbestos during a major home renovation in Griffith.
Christopher Knaus In the midst of the Eastman inquiry fallout, a family still suffers.
Christopher Knaus 25 years ago two bullets, fired on a sleepy Deakin night, ended the age of innocence in Australia. Now an inquiry has recommended the man convicted of murdering the ACT's police chief walk free,...
Christopher Knaus and Michael Inman Police believe the killer responsible for the New Year's Day murder in Phillip was known to his victim and stole his mobile phone, using it to make calls after the attack.
Christopher Knaus A Canberra police officer sacked for using capsicum spray on a drunk man outside a Manuka nightclub has lost his unfair dismissal case.
Christopher Knaus Federal police commissioner Tony Negus's son has quit the ACT's police force while embroiled in an internal probe and an investigation into a motorbike crash linked with speeding.
Christopher Knaus A man who lunged at a victim with an axe and stole a car with a child still inside is fighting to have his sentence reduced.
Christopher Knaus Federal Police have denied claims the son of Commissioner Tony Negus was given special treatment.
Christopher Knaus Two men have been jailed over the rape and sexual assault of a teenage girl while she was sleeping drunk on the couch of a Griffith unit last year.
Christopher Knaus A former police officer has denied knowledge of surveillance teams harassing David Eastman to exacerbate his paranoia and induce a confession as they investigated the killing of the ACT's police...
Christopher Knaus A young female passenger has suffered critical injuries after a maxi taxi crashed into a car, veered off the road, and smashed into a light pole late Saturday night.
Christopher Knaus A Canberra public servant who was injured in a low speed rear-end crash has won a $390,000 payout, overcoming allegations she faked the injury and was simply ''jumping on the Comcare gravy train".
Christopher Knaus The hotels lobby has called for rewards for well-behaved bars, pubs and clubs, while urging the government to focus on supermarkets and liquor stores to prevent young revellers pre-loading on alcohol.
Christopher Knaus A mentally ill Canberra man who strangled his mother to death, believing she was possessed by the devil, has been found not guilty because of mental impairment.
Christopher Knaus An elderly woman sought help from the ACT mental health system one day before her son strangled her to death in their Canberra home, believing she was the devil.
Christopher Knaus A senior public servant who ate a breakfast muesli containing hemp seeds was dragged through a nine-month court battle over a drug-driving charge.
Christopher Knaus The Durham Castle Arms is hurting. The pub's manager of seven years, Adrian Moran, says the future of the Kingston venue is fraught with uncertainty, with business as bad as he's ever seen it.
Christopher Knaus A man accused of stealing $10,000 worth of electronics and jewellery before trying to sell them to Cash Converters has been denied bail.
Christopher Knaus The Federal Court has reserved its decision in the unfair dismissal case of a Canberra police officer who used capsicum spray on a drunk man in Manuka.
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...