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Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Christopher Knaus A traumatised carer assaulted and trapped his disabled girlfriend in her Canberra home just months after he was convicted of threatening to kill her.
Christopher Knaus A man who drove his shotgun-wielding friend away from a 2010 shooting is free and likely to leave Canberra after being sentenced for unrelated crimes on Monday.
Christopher Knaus The manager in a fatal workplace accident case will defend himself in court, saying he once beat a case using one word and a dictionary.
Christopher Knaus A new initiative aimed at easing congestion in the ACT Magistrates Court is failing to achieve efficiency and is straining the resources of prosecutors and legal aid lawyers, critics say.
Christopher Knaus A letterbox was set alight and car windows were smashed at a home in Fisher early this morning.
Christopher Knaus A young Canadian woman who was asleep without a seatbelt on when a truck crashed into the back of her van has died in Canberra Hospital overnight.
Christopher Knaus Mistaken vigilantes have sent threats to an innocent family they wrongly assumed was responsible for starving and mistreating two dogs in Spence.
Michael Inman and Christopher Knaus Cash to buy heroin to alleviate back pain drove Scott Robert Thomas to load a syringe with coffee and rob two service stations, a court has heard.
Christopher Knaus Woman starves, neglects two dogs because she was 'scared of the brown one'.
Christopher Knaus Court hears drunk man who pooed on a park bench put children at risk due to his 'disgusting' behaviour.
Christopher Knaus Man accused of punching pregnant girlfriend's stomach, telling her he'd "kill it or cut it out" if she didn't get an abortion.
Christopher Knaus Four community legal centres that protect vulnerable Canberrans have banded together to make a desperate plea for help in the wake of major funding cuts.
Christopher Knaus The ACT government has urged the Commonwealth to commit further funding to already-stretched Legal Aid services in Canberra.
Christopher Knaus Police arrested a young woman on the wrong charge before capsicum spraying her over a minor disturbance in the Civic bus interchange, a court has found.
Christopher Knaus The National Arboretum will celebrate its second anniversary on Monday, attracting roughly one million visitors since it opened in 2013.
Christopher Knaus Canberra-based judges are dropping like flies from the Family and Federal Circuit Courts, and this has provoked worries that the increasing caseload will be even harder to clear.
Christopher Knaus The latest Report on Government Services shows that ACT's prison underperformed in several areas in 2013-14 but has made some improvements on the previous period.
Christopher Knaus A stolen birth certificate was all it took for Adam Gregory Towney to shed his chequered past and assume the identity of a young soldier training to serve his country.
Christopher Knaus Woman who allegedly robbed a liquor store of Jim Beam and cigarettes has been sent for mental health checks.
Christopher Knaus Former war crimes suspect freed from ACT prison after extradition collapses.