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Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
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.
Christopher Knaus A man who allegedly king hit an Irish tourist in a drunken assault in Civic, leaving him with severe brain damage, has gone on trial.
Christopher Knaus An officer intimately involved with the investigation into the 1989 murder of the ACT's police chief has denied he felt compromised after David Eastman's trial judge invited him into his apartment...
Christopher Knaus ACT Labor has refused to support the Greens' proposed reforms to radically overhaul freedom of information laws.
Christopher Knaus It is one call-out even seasoned paramedic Toby Keene admits he is nervous about.
Stephanie Anderson and Christopher Knaus The federal government could be forced to fork out millions of dollars in compensation as a new case broadens the scope of the potential superannuation claims of former public servants.
Christopher Knaus A woman who shot her Chinese friend in the bathroom of a McKellar home has appealed less than a week after she personally remonstrated with a magistrate that her two month prison sentence was "not...
Christopher Knaus, Stephanie Anderson ACTEW's predecessor has faced about 20 civil cases alleging they were negligent in advising employees of their eligibility for the generous Commonwealth superannuation scheme, a court has heard.
Christopher Knaus A man who was chased through Tuggeranong bushland by a trio who had plotted his murder has told a court of suffering "five years of sleepless nights, five years of looking over my shoulder" while...
Christopher Knaus Lawyers for convicted murderer David Harold Eastman have described the timing of a push to stop the inquiry into his conviction as "strange".
Christopher Knaus A woman who shot a man in the bathroom of a McKellar home will spend the next two months behind bars, despite arguing with the magistrate over the sentence.
Christopher Knaus A Canberra lecturer accused of exploiting children to produce child pornography has been charged with 42 fresh offences.
Christopher Knaus A woman who shot a man in the bathroom of a McKellar home will spend the next two months behind bars.
Christopher Knaus Legal Aid has asked for extra funding to support it through the Supreme Court blitz.
Christopher Knaus A security guard who acted as the inside man in a $124,000 robbery of the Weston Labor Club has lost a bid to have his conviction overturned.
Christopher Knaus A teenager who had consensual sex with his now fiancée while she was underage has avoided a conviction and kept his name off the child sex offenders register.