Alleged thief roof-hopped across Ipswich in crime frenzy

POLICE have finally caught a man alleged to have been terrorising Ipswich residents from the rooftops over the past week.

Minister won't face bat mess

CHANGE THE LAWS: Mayor Paul Pisasale says legislation gives the flying fox more rights in urban areas than people.

Council hampered by legislation to protect flying foxes

School bomb threat originated overseas: Police

Police and paramedics at the scene of a firearm incident in Martin St, Point Vernon. Photo: Alistair Brightman / Fraser Coast Chronicle

Police help students evacuate school after bomb threat

OPINION: Make Valentine's Day a special one

Thank you to all our Facebook photographers - both professional and amateur - who sent in images for this week's cover search. Here are a selection of some of the favourites. Beverley Darby - Valentine's Day coming up nothing better then bunches of flowers

My Comment with QT Editor Peter Chapman

'Let us play Auckland Nines and we'll win it'

MAGIC MAN: Carlin Anderson is one of five Jets from 2015 contesting the Nines.

Ipswich team ideally suited to Nines: Johnson

Do you know whereabouts of missing Dinmore teen?

The missing girl from Dinmore is described as Caucasian in appearance, approximately 160cm tall, with a slim build and blonde hair.

Girl last seen on February 2 wearing blue shirt, black shorts

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READER'S VIEW: Labor forgetting Qld’s past power problems

RAIL STATION: The Bundaberg Railway Station. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail

Lasting consequence of 2003 storm - constant rise of electricity

South Burnett storm damage

Storm damage from Friday January 29. Contributed

Damage from Friday January 29, storms.

Clean up in Scarness

Storm clean up - Clean up began in the early hours on Scarness Esplanade. Photo: Valerie Horton / Fraser Coast Chronicle

The clean-up has began after storms lashed the Fraser Coast on Friday night.

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2016 Mercedes-AMG A45

The fastest hot hatch money can buy: the 2016 Mercedes-AMG A45 which hits 100kmh in...

Top ten recent Australian Guinness world records

NUMBER 10: The tallest inflatable slide is 12.90 m high and was achieved by The Beachouse (Australia) as measured at the Brian Nadilo Reserve in Glenelg, Australia, on 27 November 2015.

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Day out with Thomas

Youngsters rushed to the Workshops Railway Museum to spend a Day out with...

Before and after Lorne bushfires

"They were fair dinkum that it was a serious threat so I just packed the car and went," Ms Hawksworth said. "It's one of the driest years I've ever had, the grass crackles under foot. This is the third year I've had stuff packed next to my door. When I decided to go, I just put that in the car, grabbed some clothes and my pets and was off."
 Photo: Contributed by NearMap

Aerial photography firm Nearmap has captured the devastation of bushfires that...

Kandanga Hotel burns to the ground

Early hours of Saturday morning Kandanga pub burnt down.

The Kandanga Hotel burnt to the ground in the early hours of Saturday, December...

Enjoying the bumpy African road

The places and faces of East Africa.