Cherbourg firefighters narrowly escaped injury when called to a car fire on Sunday night.
The State Government has announced a new $100,000 funding opportunity that will help more Queensland communities celebrate National Reconciliation Week (May 27 – June 3).
Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service Chief Executive Dr Peter Gillies reaffirmed the service’s commitment to improving Indigenous health at a Close the Gap Day event at Cherbourg Hospital on Thursday.
Applications have now opened for Federal Government funding to support 2018 NAIDOC Week celebrations.
The Grand Final of the South Burnett’s local senior cricket competition will be played on Saturday at Murgon State High School.
Cherbourg will receive $2.76 million to redesign its solid waste facility and upgrade its water system.
The Cherbourg community marked the 10th anniversary of Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s Apology to the Stolen Generations with a special get-together at The Ration Shed last week.
Cherbourg’s successful HIPPY program for families has been opened up to include Indigenous and non-Indigenous families living in Murgon … but the slots are filling quickly.
A popular parenting program has returned to Cherbourg after positive feedback from previous participants.
An event to mark the 10th anniversary of the historic Apology speech by then-Prime Minister Kevin Rudd will be held at The Ration Shed in Cherbourg on February 13.
“I hope your dreams come true” … this was Cherbourg Mayor Arnold Murray’s message to students at Thursday’s Nurunderi TAFE graduation ceremony.
A parenting program aimed at forming secure relationships between parents and children will start in Murgon this week.
Stepping Black – the Hervey Bay-based organisation that has been heavily involved in the organisation of several major Cherbourg events – has received a State Government grant of $49,800.
Construction of Cherbourg’s new $15 million wastewater treatment plant has begun.
Two water bombers, a helicopter and multiple fire units were called to Cherbourg on Friday afternoon
Mayor Arnold Murray has welcomed State Government funding to improve essential infrastructure at Cherbourg
A special ceremony was held at Cherbourg on Wednesday to mark the 75th anniversary of a little-known piece of Queensland’s war history.
Queensland’s first accredited Aboriginal Men’s Shed was officially opened in Cherbourg on Wednesday by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships Minister Mark Furner.
The Cherbourg Historical Precinct Group has received a State Government grant to take its “Boys From Barambah” Anzac project into schools.
Older residents in the Cherbourg, North Burnett and Toowoomba council areas are being given an opportunity to get up to speed with digital technology.
Cherbourg community radio station US Mob 94.1 FM have launched an online survey and are appealing to the community, supporters and listeners to take part in it.
There was standing room only in the Cherbourg Welfare Hall on Friday morning for the funeral service of well-loved local resident Rory Glen Boney.