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Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Christopher Knaus A court victory for an injured Canberra firefighter will make it easier for many injured public servants to win payouts.
Christopher Knaus A teenager who rode his bicycle drunk through Canberra streets has been convicted, despite protesting that he didn't know "drink-riding" was a crime.
Christopher Knaus A woman arrested for a southside burglary on Thursday is believed to have stolen more than $13,000 worth of property in a series of break-ins across the city in the past 15 months.
Christopher Knaus Two men allegedly used a social media app to lure a woman before sexual assault, court hears.
Christopher Knaus, Lisa Cox The ACT government will introduce new laws on Thursday to fix anomalies preventing the successful prosecution of historic child sex offenders, drawing praise from victim support workers.
Christopher Knaus Two drug smugglers who tried to import cocaine into Australia inside a DVD player have been sentenced to time behind bars.
Christopher Knaus A public servant sacked for posting tweets critical of her department will now take the fight over her dismissal to the Fair Work Commission.
Christopher Knaus The government has ordered a review into the culture of the ACT Ambulance Service.
Christopher Knaus Former speaker Peter Slipper’s own lawyer is not sure whether he will represent his client during a December hearing for his alleged taxpayer-funded tour of Canberra region wineries.
Christopher Knaus A man who used a sledgehammer to smash his way into the Canberra Yacht Club to steal an empty safe has managed to turn his life around and will spend no more time in prison.
Peter Jean and Christopher Knaus A permanent fifth judge needs to be appointed to the ACT Supreme Court, a lawyers' group has warned.
Christopher Knaus Laws to create the territory's new specialised industrial court will be debated in the Assembly on Tuesday.
Christopher Knaus A man who shot a guard during an armed robbery of an armoured van in 2004 is appealing against his conviction.
Christopher Knaus The territory's new Chief Justice has pledged to continue cutting delays in the ACT Supreme Court.
Christopher Knaus Fewer twins and triplets are being born in Australia despite the rising number of total births.
Christopher Knaus The many-breasted, much-maligned Skywhale was put to the flame on Saturday.
Christopher Knaus and Lisa Cox The High Court could hear the federal government's legal case against same-sex marriage before the first union takes place under the ACT's new law.
Christopher Knaus The ACT government dismissed a second report urging it to build a vastly larger prison, instead cutting costs and pushing ahead with a 300-bed jail that is now facing chronic overcrowding issues.
Christopher Knaus and Lisa Cox The stoush over the ACT’s same-sex marriage laws, dubbed a ‘‘David and Goliath battle’’ by the territory, appeared in the High Court for the first time on Friday.
Christopher Knaus A brothel madam who kept a sex slave in a Braddon apartment has had her sentence slashed by two years after a successful appeal in the ACT's highest court.