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Premier Challenged To Visit Murgon

Premier Challenged To Visit Murgon

Opposition Leader and Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington has challenged Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk to come to Murgon and sit in on a juvenile justice conference.

Cherbourg Legends Team Selected

Cherbourg Legends Team Selected

The Cherbourg Hornets Legends team has been announced for the Australian Legends of League game which will be played at Cherbourg on February 9

$1m Upgrade Creates Women’s Centre

$1m Upgrade Creates Women’s Centre

The site of the former Girls Dormitory in Cherbourg – which burned down in 1988 – has become the new home for a million-dollar facility to help the women and children of today.

League Legends Coming To Play

League Legends Coming To Play

Former State of Origin players Matt Bowen and Craig Teevan travelled to Cherbourg this week to announce the details of a very special rugby league game to be played in February.

Zala Wins Queensland Award

Zala Wins Queensland Award

Cherbourg Aboriginal Council’s corporate services manager Chatur Zala has been named 2018 Queensland Finance Professional of the Year.

MP Wants New Hall At Murgon High

MP Wants New Hall At Murgon High

Education Minister Grace Grace made a low-key visit to Murgon and Cherbourg on Tuesday … but there could be some big news around the corner for Murgon State High School.

Atahnee ‘Comes Home’ To Cherbourg

Atahnee ‘Comes Home’ To Cherbourg

Until now Atahnee Simpson has never actually lived in Cherbourg … but when she started work at the local community radio station this week, she felt like she’d come home.

Courts Adopt Reconciliation Plan

Courts Adopt Reconciliation Plan

A Reconciliation Action Plan developed by the Magistrates Courts of Queensland was officially unveiled in Cherbourg last week.

Ex-PM Pops In To Cherbourg

Ex-PM Pops In To Cherbourg

The Federal Government’s “special envoy on Indigenous affairs”, former Prime Minister Tony Abbott, paid a quick trip to Cherbourg on Thursday morning.

Towns Pause To Honour Centenary

Towns Pause To Honour Centenary

The past four years have been very special … marking the 100 years since the start of World War I, 100 years since the Gallipoli landing, and finally, 100 years since the Great War ended.

Alwyn Has A Message For Canberra

Alwyn Has A Message For Canberra

A young Indigenous man, who is walking from Cape York to Parliament House to deliver a message stick to the Prime Minister, dropped into Murgon and Cherbourg on Monday as part of his 7000km trek.

‘Oldies’ Celebrate With Music

‘Oldies’ Celebrate With Music

The 2018 NAIDOC Week slogan “Because Of Her We Can” was adopted as the theme for this year’s Golden Oldies at Cherbourg … and the ladies came out in force!

‘Make Your Mum And Dad Proud’

‘Make Your Mum And Dad Proud’

He’s in the NRL Hall Of Fame, he’s captained Australia, Queensland and the Broncos, he was known for his on-field aggression … but on Wednesday all Gordon Tallis wanted to talk about was family.

Container Refund Scheme Begins

Container Refund Scheme Begins

The State Government’s new container recycling deposit scheme officially began on Thursday so South Burnett residents can now redeem eligible containers for 10c in Kingaroy, Cherbourg and Kilkivan.

Fundraising Starts For Fun Run

Fundraising Starts For Fun Run

Fundraising has begun for The Ration Shed’s 2019 Reconciliation Fun Run from Murgon to Cherbourg.

$15m Treatment Plant Opens

$15m Treatment Plant Opens

Cherbourg’s new $15 million wastewater treatment plant was officially opened by the State Government’s “Champion For Cherbourg” Dr Anthony Lynham on Thursday morning.

Recycling Depot Ready To Go

Recycling Depot Ready To Go

Cherbourg’s new authorised container refund point is ready to spring into action when Queensland’s container exchange scheme launches on November 1.

Workshops Raise Awareness Of FASD

Workshops Raise Awareness Of FASD

A series of workshops was held in Cherbourg recently to help raise awareness about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and how to help people with the condition.

$580,000 Grant Reboots Radio

$580,000 Grant Reboots Radio

Cherbourg Council has taken over responsibility for the town’s radio station following a $580,000 investment by the Federal Government.

Vets Coming Back To Cherbourg

Vets Coming Back To Cherbourg

A team of vets will be visiting Cherbourg soon as part of an annual program organised by the Darling Downs Public Health Unit staff in collaboration with Cherbourg Council, the University of Queensland School of Veterinary Science and Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities.

Two Cars Stolen Overnight

Two Cars Stolen Overnight

Police are currently searching for two vehicles stolen from Wondai and Cherbourg on Wednesday night / Thursday morning.

Upgrades Taking Shape At Cherbourg

Upgrades Taking Shape At Cherbourg

There’s plenty of changes happening at Cherbourg’s historical precinct with two major building projects under way.

Joint Committee To Visit Cherbourg

Joint Committee To Visit Cherbourg

The Federal Government’s Joint Select Committee investigating Constitutional Recognition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples will be coming to Cherbourg.

Grant To Salute ‘Boys From Barambah’

Grant To Salute ‘Boys From Barambah’

The Cherbourg Historical Precinct Group will receive $2728 from the Armistice Centenary Grants Program to install special timber poles and plaques at the Anzac Memorial Park in Cherbourg.

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