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Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Christopher Knaus A war crimes suspect accused of offences against civilians during the Bosnian war could spend at least a month behind bars in the ACT before his first and only shot at release on bail.
Christopher Knaus and Michael Inman The ACT government has pledged to strengthen drug diversion efforts in the wake of a report identifying a series of failings.
Christopher Knaus A war crimes suspect accused of brutalising Muslim civilians during the bloody Bosnian conflict has been living freely under the noses of federal authorities in Canberra for a decade.
Christopher Knaus The ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal has rejected an appeal by a depressed Afghan mother for a place on the ACT’s most urgent public housing list.
Christopher Knaus Prosecutors have been criticised over their handling of the high-profile Ben Catanzariti construction death case.
Christopher Knaus CCTV record reveals details of alcohol-fuelled bashing, court told.
Christopher Knaus The amount of unemployment payments for ACT prisoners almost doubled last financial year, while earnings for inmate employment dropped for the third straight year.
Christopher Knaus A man has been found guilty of a violent gunpoint robbery that terrified staff at the Chapman IGA last year.
Christopher Knaus The Australian Federal Police have suppressed details of an investigation into the behaviour of former commissioner Tony Negus' son while he trained to become an ACT police officer.
Christopher Knaus Flaws identified in the wake of the Eastman inquiry have been fixed after the ACT Legislative Assembly passed amendmentson Tuesday.
Christopher Knaus and Michael Inman A supermarket worker tried not to panic and thought of his "little girl" as he was forced to hand over cash at gunpoint during a robbery in Chapman last year.
Christopher Knaus A child sex offender has been found guilty of a jailhouse plot to kidnap two witnesses preparing to testify against him in an upcoming abuse trial.
Christopher Knaus A young man who allegedly used a fake female Facebook profile to blackmail and rape a Canberra teenager has been charged with sending video of the ordeal to other young Canberrans.
Christopher Knaus A woman has won the right to work with people with disabilities despite having been convicted of assaulting her mother.
Christopher Knaus and Megan Gorrey A stupid plan can still be an illegal plan, jury told.
Christopher Knaus Two men responsible for the "unspeakably callous" abduction and rape of a woman they blackmailed using a social media application have been sentenced to eight years and 12 years imprisonment.
Christopher Knaus Conditions preventing David Eastman from contacting witnesses and the family of Colin Stanley Winchester family have been removed after a judge found they were not supported by a "shred of evidence".
Christopher Knaus An inmate has denied he had any intention to organise the kidnapping and murder of witnesses while behind bars facing child sex charges.
Christopher Knaus The ACT's environmental watchdog agency will have tougher powers to deal with potential polluters.
Christopher Knaus and Michael Inman A father and son who used a baseball bat, unloaded gun, and cable ties against a gang of youths outside their Canberra home have been cleared by a jury after claiming self-defence.