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Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Christopher Knaus An Australian artist has been accused of molesting a child connected to an overseas embassy.
Christopher Knaus Such schemes are criticised for their tendency to encourage vigilantism, their ineffectiveness, and their hampering of efforts to rehabilitate offenders.
Christopher Knaus A former ACT Scout master who abused a parent's trust to molest and rape their child three decades ago has been sentenced to eight years imprisonment.
Christopher Knaus A drunk unlicensed driver has lost his appeal over the 13-year sentence handed down for his 2012 offences.
Christopher Knaus A Canberra man who allegedly had commercial quantities of drugs delivered right to his front door is facing a maximum of life imprisonment.
Christopher Knaus Duntroon cadet accused of choking and raping fellow cadet on Anzac Day committed to stand trial.
Megan Gorrey and Christopher Knaus Demand for support services is soaring in Canberra as agencies struggle with a lack of staff and funds.
Christopher Knaus Prosecutors try to disqualify magistrate who criticised them for an "appalling" waste of taxpayers money.
Christopher Knaus Company facing criminal charges over death of construction worker delays case, despite complaining of prosecution tardiness two weeks ago.
Christopher Knaus The Fairbairn Golf Club says it has been left $45,000 out of pocket after redesigning a hole to protect its new emergency service neighbours from wayward golf balls.
Christopher Knaus A Kambah man has been accused of sexually abusing his neighbour's teenage daughter before making her "pinky swear" to keep it secret.
Christopher Knaus A Canberra man allegedly punched and strangled his girlfriend while she was three months pregnant with his child, a court has heard.
Christopher Knaus Wayward golf balls endangering staff at the ACT's emergency service headquarters caused a farcical bureaucratic nightmare involving years of frustrated negotiations, failed fence building, and the...
Christopher Knaus A dispute between police and prosecutors over access to secret new evidence on potential mafia involvement in the killing of Colin Stanley Winchester has been resolved.
Christopher Knaus Australian families who make unexpected adoptions are being denied paid parental leave rights if they haven't met the federal government's strict work requirements
Christopher Knaus A protracted court battle in 2011 which involved a bitter dispute over revamping Giralang shops is to reappear in the highest court in Australia.
Christopher Knaus A man who sexually abused two sisters at his Canberra home has made a plea deal despite winning a High Court battle for a re-trial.
Christopher Knaus When a faulty pallet truck stopped suddenly, a postal worker was thrown from the vehicle and injured, but now he's learned there will be no compensation.
Christopher Knaus and Michael Inman Largest salmonella poisoning outbreak in Canberra's history leads to owners of the former Copa Brazilian restaurant being charged with criminal offences.
Christopher Knaus Police still holding secret new material casting suspicion on the Calabrian mafia for the assassination of ACT police chief.