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Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Christopher Knaus A Canberra man allegedly stalked police and told them to tell their sergeant that ‘‘if I see him out on the street, I’ll f---ing kill him’’.
Christopher Knaus A man who allegedly controlled his wife’s life by beating her, taking her wages, checking her phone, stopping her from driving and indecently assaulting her, has faced court.
Christopher Knaus Debates around the Phelps' dinner table are more lively than those in most families.
Christopher Knaus The ACT government is selling land around the contaminated Koppers site without telling some potential buyers.
Christopher Knaus Father Alec Stevenson thought he'd left his life in New Zealand behind when he walked out on his young wife and children and moved to Australia in 1970.
Christopher Knaus The opposition will push for broader scrutiny of the ACT's management of environmental reporting in the wake of the pollution of Hume groundwater with potentially dangerous chemicals.
Christopher Knaus Lloyd Edwin Burch drank two litres of beer before entering an Ali Baba store armed with a knife.
Christopher Knaus After five months of hearings and a sea of evidence, inquiry shifts to business end of proceedings. But it's far from over.
Christopher Knaus Polluted groundwater has not spread from beneath the former Koppers timber treatment plant, new testing has shown.
Christopher Knaus The ACT government is planning to abolish weekend detention as a way for Canberra criminals to serve time.
Christopher Knaus, Henry Belot A 30-year-old Crace man who was allegedly caught drink-driving on three separate occasions within five hours has faced court.
Christopher Knaus A forensic expert has admitted he may have misled the inquest on ACT police chief Colin Stanley Winchester and allowed ''unacceptable confusion'' in the labelling of gunshot residue taken from David...
Christopher Knaus The decision to abolish weekend detention has been criticised by parts of the ACT's legal fraternity, who say it was made without consultation and appears to be motivated by a desire to cut costs.
Christopher Knaus Group tried to hide grow house using false walls and an untraceable power supply.
Christopher Knaus The ACT government was warned last year that the environment protection watchdog was poorly resourced.
Michael Inman and Christopher Knaus A former Canberra man who attempted to defraud an insurance company over a do-it-yourself kitchen repair has avoided conviction.
Christopher Knaus Families who lived next to the Koppers timber treatment plant say they witnessed a murky, foam-capped liquid discharge from the site regularly for more than a decade.
Christopher Knaus A forensic expert has denied deliberately selecting gunshot residue to support the argument he presented at David Eastman's trial.
Christopher Knaus A forensic expert has been forced to respond to allegations he misled an inquest and deliberately selected gunshot residue evidence to support an argument that later would implicate David Eastman at...
Christopher Knaus Two suspected drug traffickers arrested after a covert phone tap operation have been denied bail.