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Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Christopher Knaus Surging inmate numbers force government to prepare a second full-time prison for use.
Christopher Knaus Prosecutors have dropped one charge against an engineer accused of safety failings in the death of construction worker Ben Catanzariti in 2012.
Christopher Knaus A young woman accused of killing her mother in their family home in Dunlop last year has been committed to stand trial in the ACT Supreme Court.
Christopher Knaus Paramedics have reported faults with the $3.8 million cardiac monitors/defibrillators 14 times since last February.
Christopher Knaus She allegedly suffered eight years of domestic abuse in silence, but told police her main concern was that her children would hear.
Christopher Knaus Equipment failures supposed to have been fixed last year continue to plague cardiac monitoring gear in ACT ambulances. Christopher Knaus reports.
Christopher Knaus The laws on domestic violence need to include "coercive control" to cover patterns of abusive behaviour, a Canberra academic says.
Christopher Knaus The men that helped a woman in Manuka from an armed carjacker receive recognition.
Christopher Knaus It's time to prepare for take-off, as flying aces - on paper at least - show off their skills.
Christopher Knaus A magistrate has spoken out against the "pernicious evil" of the domestic violence she has dealt with for 15 years, condemning offenders who wrongly blame alcohol or anger problems instead of their...
Christopher Knaus A woman has recanted allegations that her husband raped her and threatened to derail her family's visa application, a court has heard.
Christopher Knaus Woman acknowledges that her memory was wrong but insists sexual assault occurred.
Christopher Knaus Sentencing of RSPCA nurse for animal neglect both a 'sad and happy day' for the organisation.
Christopher Knaus A complainant against Father Edward Evans stood by her claims during cross-examination on Thursday.
Christopher Knaus and Megan Gorrey The federal government’s decision not to inflict savage cuts on legal aid services has been widely welcomed as a win for vulnerable Canberrans, including victims of domestic violence.
Christopher Knaus A Canberra man has been found guilty of robbing the Erindale ACTTAB of about $32,000.
Christopher Knaus Overcrowding pressure on the ACT's prison eased slightly in December last year.
Christopher Knaus Uncertainty over the future of the controversial redevelopment to continue as lawyers update their legal arguments.
Christopher Knaus A former Catholic priest told his alleged abuse victim to "move on" and stop living in the past when she asked for an apology during a covertly-recorded phone call almost 20 years later, a court has...
Christopher Knaus Friend of man accused of robbing an ACTTAB says the accused confessed to him, but defence barrister claims the friend knew details about the store from when he later robbed it himself.