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Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Christopher Knaus Delays in hearing animal cruelty cases in ACT courts are preventing the charity from helping other at-risk animals.
Christopher Knaus Dogs were allegedly starved, left with bleeding wounds, untreated infections, hookworm and fly-bite, and chained up without shade or water in two junk-filled Canberra backyards linked to an...
Christopher Knaus Australia Post attempted to argue a worker's back pain was not caused by hours of overtime spent lifting heavy mail trays, but instead by a "sneezing fit" he'd had while driving.
Christopher Knaus and Emma Macdonald Buttercup Bakery is facing a criminal charge after a prime mover crashed into a customer picking up stale bread at its Fyshwick depot.
Christopher Knaus A former Canberra Hospital nurse has claimed she witnessed the army abandon the Hoddle Street killer, leaving a trained soldier highly unstable months before he went on his shooting spree in...
Christopher Knaus The ACT's elected indigenous body says the government failed to warn it of asbestos contamination at the site of a bush healing farm its constituents have spent years fighting for.
Christopher Knaus Police are investigating a fire that destroyed a car in Canberra's inner south on Sunday afternoon.
Christopher Knaus The daughter of a former resident of the Jindalee nursing home has spoken out about what she claims was poor care that left her mother with bed sores all over her body.
Christopher Knaus A man accused of a one-punch assault outside a Civic nightclub last year had come to Australia to get away from the prominent "Black Power" gang in New Zealand, a court has heard.
Christopher Knaus A Canberra man facing a life sentence for allegedly importing commercial quantities of a drug to his front door has been released on bail to try to overcome his addiction.
Christopher Knaus A terminally ill burglar has told a court of the "evil" of heroin, which drove him to break into three Canberra homes.
Christopher Knaus A man suspected of killing a fellow dementia patient at a Canberra nursing home in 2012 is dead, passing away ten months after police began a complex and protracted investigation.
Christopher Knaus A mysterious death at a Canberra nursing home two years ago is under renewed police scrutiny, as investigators try to determine how suspiciously high levels of alcohol came to be in a non-drinker's...
Christopher Knaus A former federal press gallery journalist was kept in custody for three nights on a minor trespass offence after refusing to leave a Canberra property that he claimed as an embassy for the Yidindji...
Christopher Knaus It took Peter Farr 20 torturous years to finally confront the childhood memories of sexual abuse cruelly dancing beyond the bounds of his reality.
Christopher Knaus Deep tensions within the ACT's emergency services leadership saw the territory's fire chief formally accuse his commissioner of bullying and harassment months before prematurely quitting the agency.
Christopher Knaus The local president of a "patriots" group accused of racially abusing a man near an Islamic centre has been locked up on separate offences after NSW police raided his property.
Christopher Knaus An ice trafficker caught after a covert phone-tap operation has been jailed after failing to deal with her own habit.
Christopher Knaus A bikie convicted of drug dealing has been warned that he will probably become involved in more crime if he stays in the Rebels.
Christopher Knaus The drunk driver who killed hospital worker Linda Cox in a horror hit and run outside Canberra Hospital has died while serving his time.