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Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
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.
Christopher Knaus The small group that has fought a lengthy legal battle against the Gungahlin mosque says it is weighing up its options after a significant defeat in the ACT Supreme Court last week.
Christopher Knaus Second man who stopped Belconnen machete attack said something "terrible" could have happened.
Christopher Knaus Police say they have ruled out family as persons of interest in Andrew Carville killing.
Christopher Knaus Reclaim Australia and counter protesters face-off in Canberra.
Christopher Knaus A missing Canberra man has been found after a Facebook post prompted numerous calls to police.
Christopher Knaus A second childcare worker has pleaded not guilty to assaulting children at a Canberra centre.
Christopher Knaus Law Society hits out at delays to electronic monitoring of criminals, changes to planned intensive supervision orders.
Christopher Knaus Woden sushi shop facing hefty fines over cockroach infestation and other food safety breaches.
Christopher Knaus Activists challenge court's authority in case against Indigenous woman on minor traffic charges.
Christopher Knaus and Emma Macdonald Disability advocates warn that support workers are struggling with woeful pay, high turnover, and casualisation.
Christopher Knaus Goch Kot was riding in a taxi in Canberra's north when machete-wielding man stabbed his driver. Then instinct kicked in.
Christopher Knaus Profoundly disabled woman choked to death on bread, after confused casual staff failed to heed dire warnings.