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Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Christopher Knaus Fears of inhumane and degrading treatment in Polish prisons were not enough to prevent Pawel Francuziak's extradition.
Christopher Knaus Magistrate slammed for private investigation that forced man to defend assault charge without lawyer.
Christopher Knaus Rebels bikie fails to convince court that evidence in Finks bashing, robbery case is sorely lacking.
Christopher Knaus Hoddle Street killer remains in a Victorian jail, but seeks another day in court to continue his fight for victim compensation for Duntroon assault.
Christopher Knaus Opposition calls on government to guarantee jailhouse tax fraud racket has been stamped out.
Christopher Knaus The case against accused axe murderer Marcus Rappel has been delayed by two months.
Christopher Knaus ACT joins chorus of protest over community legal centre cuts, saying they are at odds with family violence commitment.
Christopher Knaus The inmates at the Alexander Maconochie Centre were using false names to file tax fraudulent returns with the Australian Taxation Office in 2011.
Christopher Knaus Vanessa West's life was gripped by the addicting lure of poker machines when she turned to fraud.
Christopher Knaus Hapless Canberrans chasing the promise of romance lost $1.18million falling for dating scams last year, according to a new report.
Christopher Knaus Police are increasingly relying on pre-written forms instead of showing up to argue against the release of accused criminals, something barristers have criticised as an "unacceptable cheapening" of...
Christopher Knaus The ACT's former fire chief has become the firefighting union's newest local secretary, after formally accusing the emergency services commissioner of bullying.
Christopher Knaus A crash on the Monaro Highway has injured two young children and trapped a man.
Christopher Knaus The control began on her wedding night.
Christopher Knaus and Megan Gorrey ACT government urged to invest more in domestic violence response through long-term victim support, perpetrator programs, and education programs.
Michael Inman and Christopher Knaus A stack of stolen cash drawers helped bring Benjamin Allwell's spree of armed robberies to an end.
Christopher Knaus David Anthony O'Brien beat his partner so savagely that she cried blood. He threatened to bury her in the forest, and punched her until she lost consciousness.
Christopher Knaus A senior adviser to Malcolm Turnbull was held in custody overnight for alleged indecent act and drug possession.
Christopher Knaus Christopher Thorn opened his door to what he thought was a delivery man. Now he's facing life behind bars.
Christopher Knaus Lawyer who did "everything in his power" to avoid paying $10,000 back to a client has been found guilty of professional misconduct.