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Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Christopher Knaus Man pleads guilty to brazen ram raid and jewellery heist earlier this year.
Christopher Knaus Paul Fennessy's mother warned hospital staff of 'massive risk factors'. Three hours later her son was dead.
Christopher Knaus The woman alleges the robber told her she could dig a grave for her daughter.
Christopher Knaus and Michael Inman Warren Michael Lander, 35, was said to be calm as he allegedly robbed the charity worker.
Christopher Knaus 'He said he'd rip my daughter's eyes out and that I could dig the hole that she was going in.'
Christopher Knaus Luigi Costa murdered his neighbour, inflicting stab wounds to almost all parts of his body. But a judge has deemed his crime 'not in the worst category'.
Christopher Knaus 'It's the only case that I'm aware of where the perpetrator is calling the police while actually committing the act.'
Christopher Knaus Court backs impartiality of tribunal member who found against government in doctor racism case.
Christopher Knaus and Michael Inman The alleged fraud involved an organisation entrusted with funds of some of the ACT's most vulnerable.
Christopher Knaus Man accused of trying to drown wife, and then threatening to kill her therapy dog.
Christopher Knaus A husband who allegedly raped and assaulted his wife after an argument about dinner has denied believing it was wife's job to cook for him.
Christopher Knaus, Judith Ireland and Rachel Browne Senate inquiry calls for royal commission, while using death of Canberra woman to highlight dangers of casualisation.
Christopher Knaus Controversial anti-mosque group racks up huge costs in doomed court bid.
Christopher Knaus Christopher Cunningham grew up watching his father beat his mother. Now he will go to prison for his own abusive crime.
Christopher Knaus Woman who was allegedly raped, spat on, bitten and assaulted by her husband says it began because she 'didn't cook dinner'.
Christopher Knaus Lawyers for a husband who allegedly raped his wife say she is making up the allegations.
Christopher Knaus A Canberra man who struck a near-fatal blow during a drunken scuffle in Civic has been released from prison until his appeal is determined.
Christopher Knaus Barristers say it should be up to the courts to manage offenders who breach new intensive correction orders.
Christopher Knaus Disability Commissioner Mary Durkin says current staffing challenge has not meant an increase in complaints about services.
Christopher Knaus The Nigerian national was caught in a police sting after the statues were intercepted on their way to Kaleen.