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Christopher Knaus is a reporter for The Canberra Times.

Apartments and townhouses hold sway over freestanding houses in Canberra

Apartments and townhouses hold sway over freestanding houses in Canberra

Canberra has at least one example of what goes wrong when too much medium-density housing is released.

  • by Kirsten Lawson and Christopher Knaus

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Catholic archbishop Christopher Prowse apologises over Marist sex abuse healing ceremony

Catholic archbishop Christopher Prowse apologises over Marist sex abuse healing ceremony

Catholic archbishop Christopher Prowse attracted criticism for not attending the healing ceremony for abuse victims on Thursday.

  • by Christopher Knaus
Archbishop chose not to attend Marist healing ceremony, prompting anger

Archbishop chose not to attend Marist healing ceremony, prompting anger

Archbishop viewed the event as 'Marist-specific', spokeswoman says.

  • by Christopher Knaus
Ombudsman launches probe into flawed rape investigation

Ombudsman launches probe into flawed rape investigation

The Commonwealth Ombudsman has begun investigating police's handling of a sexual assault case that saw a prison guard locked up for four months on false allegations. 

  • by Christopher Knaus
Steven Freeman's death inquiry finds significant flaws in prison care

Steven Freeman's death inquiry finds significant flaws in prison care

Serious flaws in handling of Steven Freeman before his death, inquiry finds.

  • by Christopher Knaus and Kirsten Lawson
ACT government won't release Brumbies audit until it talks to club, ARU

ACT government won't release Brumbies audit until it talks to club, ARU

The ACT government has refused to release an audit of the Brumbies' finances until after it has consulted with the club and Australian Rugby Union. 

  • by Christopher Knaus and Kirsten Lawson
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Rattenbury says prison death raises questions about coronial process

Rattenbury says prison death raises questions about coronial process

Justice Minister Shane Rattenbury said the death in custody of Indigenous inmate Steven Freeman has raised questions about the "unsatisfactory" secrecy of the coronial process.

  • by Christopher Knaus
Marist to create permanent memorial, hold healing ceremony for abuse victims

Marist to create permanent memorial, hold healing ceremony for abuse victims

Marist Canberra will hold a healing ceremony for abuse victims and install a permanent memorial to remember the horrors committed on school grounds, and ensure they never happen again.

  • by Christopher Knaus
Teenager was inducted as 'carpenter' before serious worksite accident

Teenager was inducted as 'carpenter' before serious worksite accident

Teenager suffered serious injuries after seven-metre fall.

  • by Christopher Knaus
Australian Federal Police loses three veterans, and 100 years of experience

Australian Federal Police loses three veterans, and 100 years of experience

Shane Connelly reflects on a tough and rewarding career.

  • by Christopher Knaus
Rehab services need better resourcing for proposed drug court to work: sector

Rehab services need better resourcing for proposed drug court to work: sector

The Greens-Labor plan for a specialised drug court will only work if stretched rehabilitation services are properly resourced, advocates say. 

  • by Christopher Knaus