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Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Christopher Knaus A forensic psychiatrist who wrote a series of reports on David Harold Eastman believes the convicted murderer was not in "psychotic turmoil" when he made a series of confessions later used as...
Christopher Knaus Authorities must swell the ranks of police officers working in Civic to prevent the ''abhorrent'' drunken assaults that are destroying young lives, the police union says.
Christopher Knaus An alcoholic father who killed his son in a drunken car crash has been sentenced to five years jail.
Christopher Knaus A former Canberra teacher has avoided jail time for child pornography offences, after acknowledging his offences will live with victims "for the rest of their lives".
Christopher Knaus One punch delivered police to the Pridhams' doorstep in the dead of the night.
Christopher Knaus Despite the efforts of police and politicians, Civic remains a hotbed of alcohol-fuelled violence. Today, in the first part of a special series, Christopher Knaus reports on how supposedly tough...
Christopher Knaus Canberrans have been urged to prepare for the threat of bushfires, as firefighters warn conditions could deteriorate.
Christopher Knaus Police say Marist College students threw rocks at them and forced road closures early on Sunday morning.
Christopher Knaus A Canberra man will fight allegations that he assaulted a patron of a Civic nightclub this year, leaving him unconscious.
Christopher Knaus Chief Magistrate Lorraine Walker has been named as the ACT's first industrial magistrate.
Christopher Knaus A Canberra man will fight allegations that he assaulted a patron of a Civic nightclub earlier this year, leaving him unconscious.
Christopher Knaus The government has closed a legal loophole that had prevented the prosecution of some child-sex offenders in the ACT.
Christopher Knaus A former police officer has denied knowledge of surveillance teams harassing David Eastman to exacerbate his paranoia and induce a confession as they investigated the killing of the ACT's police...
Christopher Knaus A man has been found guilty of king hitting a middle-aged drunk Irish tourist in Civic, leaving him with brain damage.
Christopher Knaus An Australian Federal Police member was ordered to hold a "highly unusual" meeting with the judge during David Eastman's murder trial to discuss the threats posed by the accused police chief killer.
Christopher Knaus and Lisa Cox Government breached workplace laws when it mistakenly overpaid ambulance workers up to $56,000 in leave entitlements.
Christopher Knaus The coroner will investigate fewer deaths linked with medical procedures in Canberra, under proposed changes.
Christopher Knaus The man accused of king hitting a tourist in Civic has denied seeing the drunk Irishman as a "soft target" who he wanted to knock out to impress his friends.
Christopher Knaus Suggestions that trained firefighters could be pulled from the ACT's triple-0 call centre have infuriated the union, who have warned it does not take threats to its jobs lightly.
Christopher Knaus Firefighters in the ACT's triple-0 call centre demanded to be moved because they fear overhearing traumatic conversations involving their ambulance counterparts is damaging their mental health.