Queensland Times' most read: Last week's top 5 stories
THERE are hundreds of new stories on QT website each week, so it could be easy for even our most dedicated readers to miss some big news.
Here are five of our top stories which you might have missed last week.
'Get your facts': Mum of arson accused hits back
The unnamed teen is one of two juveniles charged with lighting the fire on Monday afternoon, after he allegedly admitted the act in a local social media chat room.
The boy's mother has since hit back at angry online comments targeting her son.
Police appeal to public after suspicious death of young boy
"Basically, we're treating the death as suspicious," he said.
"We have spoken to a lot of friends and associates who know the family and know of the death but there's no doubt people who would know about it who we haven't been able to identify have information they might be able to share with us."
'Propensity to lie': Fallen Ipswich CEO's appeal rejected
Jets reveal new coach, loyal assistant for the future
Waste association CEO clashes with council over landfill
THE CEO of Queensland's waste industry association has written to Ipswich City Council to challenge "unprecedented requests" after letters were sent to three companies concerning landfill development applications before council.