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Christopher Knaus

Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.

Man arrested over Lyneham murder of Nicholas Sofer-Schreiber

Nicholas Sofer-Schreiber.

Christopher Knaus Police have taken a 27-year-old man into custody in connection with the murder of Nicholas Sofer-Schreiber.

Police reveal suspect in Phillip murder investigation

Danny Klobucar exits the ACT Magistrates Court.

Christopher Knaus The identity of a suspect in the brutal killing of an elderly Phillip man on New Year's Day has been revealed in court.

ACT crime-rampage leader Christopher Slater seeks shorter jail term

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.

Court gives former Capital Jana Sladic another chance

Christopher Knaus A former model and elite basketballer who fell into a life of crime and drugs following a career-ending car crash has been given a second chance to turn her life around.

Violent robber appeals 'excessive' minimum sentence

Servo robber Kaleen August 24 from ACT Policing CCTV footage

Christopher Knaus A man who took part in a violent service station robbery that was foiled by a dog walker armed with a leash has appealed against his "manifestly excessive" minimum sentence.

David Eastman inquiry: witness denies making up rabbit shooting story

David Harold Eastman being arrested at his home.

Christopher Knaus A friend of David Eastman's has been repeatedly accused of inventing a story to help explain the presence of incriminating gunshot residue.

Eastman inquiry told man borrowed his car, went shooting - may explain gunshot residue

Christopher Knaus A man who says he took David Harold Eastman's car to go rabbit shooting has been repeatedly questioned about why he never told police about the excursion.

ACT police pursuit policy very sensible: union

Quadruple fatality on March 20.

Christopher Knaus The ACT's police pursuit policy is balanced and safe, according to the police union, who have also praised the inquest's description of Justin "Mully" Williams actions in causing one of the city's...

Lawyer in 'intimate relationship' with client

Christopher Knaus A Canberra lawyer who had an "intimate relationship" with a woman seeking legal advice over a child custody battle has lost a fight to clear his name.

Mother of driver who caused three deaths in chase doesn't blame police

Michael Inman and Christopher Knaus The mother of the driver who caused one of the territory’s most horrific car crashes says she does not blame the police for chasing her son in a high speed pursuit.

Police cleared over fatal crash following pursuit

Christopher Knaus An inquest has found no reason to criticise police for their pursuit of a stolen car, which ended when the fleeing driver ran a red light, killing four people including a child.

Former Army sergeant jailed for rape

Geoffrey William Joyce arriving at court earlier this year.

Christopher Knaus A former Army sergeant who raped a woman in a drunken attack in her Civic hotel room has been sentenced to two years full-time prison and 12 months weekend detention.

Tony Negus's son quits police force amid speeding crash investigation

Police commissioner Tony Negus.

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.

Faults of ambos' cardiac machines revealed

Christopher Knaus The true extent of faults experienced by new ambulance cardiac equipment last year has been revealed.

Man jailed for drunken punch that left victim with serious brain injury

Daniel Byrne,

Christopher Knaus Daniel Byrne, 21, used all the force he could muster to hit Timothy McCarthy, knocking him back causing his head to smash on the concrete.

Forensic expert contradicts key evidence used in case against David Eastman

A forensic scientist whose crucial analysis of gunshot residue linked David Eastman to the murder of ACT's police chief is trying to prevent an inquiry investigating his work.

Christopher Knaus An international forensic expert said it is extremely unlikely that a silencer was used in the 1989 killing of the territory's police chief.

Cop sacked over capsicum spray incident loses appeal

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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.

Five brothers back to school at St Edmund's College Canberra

Christopher Knaus Spare a thought for the Loadsman family as you deal with the stress-heightening, knuckle-whitening chaos of getting the kids to their first day back at school on Monday.

Jim Jefferies faces the zombie apocalypse in Civic

Christopher Knaus JIM JEFFERIES is here to bring Canberra back from the dead.

Canberrans test the water as hot weather continues

From Royalla (from left) Phoebe Thompson 11, Sarah Thompson 17, Hannah Ferguson 17 and Bree Sturdess 17 and Sam Quirke age 17 of Calwell, cooling off in the Murrumbidgee River.

Ben Westcott and Christopher Knaus Soaring temperatures have again sent Canberrans leaping, paddling, or splashing in whatever watery comfort the bush capital has to offer.