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Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Christopher Knaus A group of people who lost their legal battle with NSW over its failure to control the 2003 bushfires before they devastated the ACT have been ordered to partially cover the state government's court...
Christopher Knaus A security guard who acted as the inside man in a $124,000 robbery of the Weston Labor Club has appealed against his conviction by a jury last year.
Christopher Knaus A gatecrasher who bashed a student celebrating the completion of his PhD, smashing his glasses and leaving him permanently disfigured, has been sentenced to weekend detention for eight months.
Christopher Knaus A victim used to produce pornography has told a court of the paranoia, anxiety and mistrust she still suffers after being betrayed by a "dearest friend".
Christopher Knaus A drug dealer who a judge described as ''not Mr Big of the drug world, or even Mr Slightly Large'' has been given a chance to prove he can rehabilitate.
Christopher Knaus A man who held broken glass to a staff member's neck after being refused service at a Civic restaurant will undergo urgent, court-ordered mental health checks.
Christopher Knaus Two eminent ACT lawyers, described as "leaders of the Bar", have been appointed silk.
Christopher Knaus A Canberra public servant who was injured in a low speed rear-end crash has won a $390,000 payout, overcoming allegations she faked the injury and was simply ''jumping on the Comcare gravy train".
Christopher Knaus A man who punched a taxi driver after a dispute over a fare, knocking out four of his front teeth, has avoided serving any jail time for what prosecutors described as a "vicious and unprovoked...
Christopher Knaus A man accused of setting fire to his ex-partner’s Monash home while on bail for serious offences linked to a 2010 shooting at the Hughes shops has lost his latest bid for release.
Christopher Knaus A Canberra postal worker who was injured after being thrown from a malfunctioning pallet truck in the 1990s has won a court battle that allows his compensation claim to continue 16 years later.
Christopher Knaus Victim support workers are pushing for greater access to court information, as they attempt to prevent those most affected by crime from being forgotten by the justice system.
Christopher Knaus A man will not serve further jail time over his role in helping a gunman escape the scene of a fatal shooting at Hughes Shops.
Christopher Knaus An addict who tied up a dealer with telephone cable and subjected him to a prolonged assault over a drug debt has made a ‘‘quite remarkable’’ rehabilitation, a court has heard.
Christopher Knaus New documents have exposed continuing delays in the ACT Supreme Court.
Christopher Knaus A young female passenger has suffered critical injuries after a maxi taxi crashed into a car, veered off the road, and smashed into a light pole late Saturday night.
Christopher Knaus Public watchdog identifies numerous "shortcomings" in the territory's preparedness for bushfires.
Christopher Knaus A Canberra man has been found guilty of helping his girlfriend overdose as part of a New Year’s Day suicide pact.
Christopher Knaus Two men have been jailed over the rape and sexual assault of a teenage girl while she was sleeping drunk on the couch of a Griffith unit last year.
Christopher Knaus The case of a man who rammed the gates of the US Embassy has again highlighted systemic failings.