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Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Philip Dorling and Christopher Knaus One of Australia's top diplomats has returned early from an overseas posting after her spouse was arrested and charged with child sex offences.
Christopher Knaus The local head of an Australian "patriots" league allegedly spat on a Canberra driver after watching the activities of a local Islamic centre this week, police say.
Christopher Knaus An innocent ACT prison guard was locked up for months in one of Australia's most dangerous prisons after a flawed investigation of a NSW police worker's rape accusations.
Christopher Knaus A failing local company has left a mountain of rubbish at a disused depot, potentially leaving ACT taxpayers with a multi-million dollar clean-up bill.
Christopher Knaus The federal government repeatedly fought to strip special childcare payments from a child still recovering from near-fatal starvation and neglect as a baby.
Christopher Knaus Mobile and mirror peeping tom warned by magistrate to be wary of any reoffending.
Christopher Knaus A review of problems with ACT Ambulance Service culture is behind schedule by several months.
Christopher Knaus Peter Zovak's brother begged ACT mental health to get help for his severely depressed, hallucinating, despondent sibling six days before he eventually took his life.
Christopher Knaus An inquiry has recommended David Harold Eastman's conviction for the assassination of ACT police chief Colin Stanley Winchester be quashed.
Christopher Knaus Two companies have appeared in a Canberra court on charges relating to a workplace accident in which a man was fatally pinned to a hopper behind the Evatt shops in 2009.
Christopher Knaus A man has been found guilty of trapping his fiancee in her bedroom for two nights, brutally bashing her, drugging her, and threatening to kill her and ''bury her in the forest''.
Christopher Knaus A man has been found guilty of trapping his fiancée in her bedroom for two nights, brutally bashing her, drugging her, and threatening to kill her and "bury her in the forest".
Christopher Knaus Two companies have appeared in court over a workplace accident that saw a man fatally pinned to a hopper behind the Evatt shops in 2009.
Christopher Knaus A man who allegedly robbed a Canberra chemist at knifepoint, stealing prescription drugs and cash, has appeared in court charged with aggravated robbery.
Christopher Knaus A man who was tasered following an hour-long siege in Evatt overnight allegedly possessed a kitchen knife and a pretend gun, made of toilet paper rolls and a bent fork.
Christopher Knaus A leading indigenous artist in prison for raping and sexually abusing a 13-year-old girl has been assaulted three times while in custody, a court has heard.
Christopher Knaus One of the ACT's most senior public servants was forced to apologise after sending an all staff email that included the word ''leso'' in reference to homosexual women.
Christopher Knaus 'I just had a f---ing sick idea pop into my head. F--- her and film it,' Deblaquiere wrote in 2011.
Christopher Knaus It was an impulsive plan, the abhorrence of which appeared to escape Dylan Deblaquiere in the crudely written text message he sent to his fellow ADFA officer cadet Daniel McDonald.
Christopher Knaus, David Wroe An Army cadet who secretly streamed images of himself having sex with a female recruit to his friends in the notorious Skype affair has been linked to another, recent case of bastardisation.