Cherbourg Council is one of 17 councils across Queensland that will receive State Government funding to help “disaster-proof” the community.
The Cherbourg and South Burnett mayors joined forces on Monday morning to urge caution before any easing of Queensland’s COVID-19 border restrictions.
Toowoomba Regional Council took out the “Large Employer Of The Year Award” at the Queensland Training Awards (Darling Downs South West Region) announced on Friday morning.
COVID-19 restrictions introduced on Monday will not see the Cherbourg community go into lockdown again, but visitors from pandemic hot spots are not being encouraged.
The Wide Bay Burnett Regional Organisation of Councils met in Cherbourg on Thursday – the first time the organisation has held an official gathering in the town.
A Cherbourg teenager is getting ready to tackle the biggest challenge of his life so far … a potential rugby league career at the elite level.
The South Burnett PCYC was a sea of blue on Friday for the annual Queensland Police Service Dalby Burnett Patrol medals and awards ceremony.
Murgon State High School student Katie Langton, from Cherbourg, has earned a prestigious Harding Miller Education Foundation scholarship.
Cherbourg’s “Ministerial Champion” Dr Anthony Lynham visited the community on Tuesday … and left with a big wish list to take back with him to the State Government.
Ideas ranging from from plastic recycling to arts sales in Brisbane were discussed during the visit of Queensland’s Chief Entrepreneur Leanne Kemp to Cherbourg on Friday.
Goomeri and Kilkivan could prove to be the big winners from the State Government’s latest Works For Queensland council grants round.
The COVID-19 checkpoint on Cherbourg Road will be gone from midday on Friday, restoring full access to the community.
Cherbourg Council CEO Chatur Zala is looking for a special person to fill an important vacancy … and he really would like that special person to be already living in the South Burnett.
Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council has handed down its 2020-21 Budget – a $19.92 million package which includes five new houses for the community.
Wanting to visit Cherbourg? Restrictions changed again on Monday morning
Travel restrictions are being eased for Cherbourg residents from 7:00am on Tuesday (June 2)
COVID-19 travel restrictions in Queensland are easing from midday on Monday (June 1) but Indigenous communities are still being kept locked down … for the moment.
There’s been huge sacrifices made by local residents in a bid to keep COVID-19 out of Cherbourg. But what if the worst did happen and there were positive cases identified?
Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council will receive just over $800,000 from the State Government to develop the next stage of its recycling centre.
Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council has introduced some changes to the current travel restrictions in the Cherbourg community.