Cherbourg residents have been warned that new travel restrictions mean they may not be allowed back into the community if they leave.
Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council says travel to Cherbourg will now be limited “to those people involved in the provision of essential services in the community”.
Young people from Cherbourg are among the latest in Queensland to take part in a State Government education and training program aimed at helping at-risk youth get their lives back on track.
The Queensland Rugby League plans to make the Frank Fisher Cup an annual event alternating every year between different towns and Cherbourg.
A quarterly community forum to gather feedback and set priorities for the future of the Wide Bay-Burnett and Fraser Coast region was held in Cherbourg on Monday.
Old footballers never die … they just keep on lacing up their boots and having fun on the field.
Cherbourg Council has set its goals for the next five years in its new Corporate Plan, passed at its January meeting.
Cherbourg Wellbeing is one of of four groups in the Wide Bay electorate which will receive funding under a Federal Government program aimed at helping businesses transition to the NDIS.
Christmas was celebrated in new ways in Cherbourg and Murgon this year, but organisers in both towns made sure the spirit of Christmas was alive and well.
Former Cherbourg resident Nancy Chambers went to her grave not knowing what happened to her parents …
Cherbourg Council issued a “boil water alert” on Tuesday following issues with the chlorine dosing at the town’s water treatment plant.
There’s going to be a huge weekend of rugby league coming up in February with Cherbourg hosting its first two-day carnival since 1988 and former NRL greats returning to show off their skills.
Cherbourg Council has called for tenders for major upgrades to the community’s water supply infrastructure.
Spring Fever hit Cherbourg in style at the recent Golden Oldies celebration.
A funeral service will be held at the Cherbourg Community Hall from 11:00am on Monday (November 18) for well-known local community elder Henry Hegarty
Most people have heard of the Spanish flu, the 1918-19 pandemic which killed at least 25 million people around the world at the end of World War I.
A community consultation meeting about Queensland’s “Path To Treaty” will be held in Cherbourg on November 26.
Cherbourg Council picked up a surprise award last week when representatives were called down to Brisbane for a ceremony to mark the first birthday of Queensland’s Containers for Change scheme.
The journey towards a treaty with Indigenous Queenslanders will take another step forward this week, with the beginning of statewide consultation sessions.
A community barbecue will be held next Tuesday (October 22) to celebrate the start of the annual vet visit to Cherbourg.
Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council has declared Friday, October 18, a public holiday within the shire to mark “Cherbourg Day”.
Kingaroy’s new Container Refund Point – the spot where you can drop off cans and bottles for a 10 cent refund – will open on Tuesday.
Well-known local resident Shirley Law has been selected to fill the vacancy on Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council caused by the recent death of Cr Alana Purcell
A legal firm which launched a class action over “stolen wages” will be holding an information session in Cherbourg next week.