Cherbourg’s new Ministerial “Champion”, Leanne Linard, paid her first visit to the community on Tuesday … and she admitted she was impressed.
Cherbourg’s 2021-22 Budget will continue the Council’s long-term focus on building major infrastructure and acquiring plant and equipment for the community.
A magnificent mural that now graces the back wall of the gym in the Cherbourg Sports Complex honours one of Cherbourg’s true sporting heroes.
Cherbourg State School hopes to begin work on a major upgrade of the school oval and staff car park later this school term.
A $3 million footpath connecting Cherbourg to Murgon is likely to cost more than expected after funding for a pedestrian bridge was rejected.
Cherbourg Radio is one of the foundation members of a new Queensland First Nations Media Coalition (QFNMC).
Frustration over the number of young people killing themselves – and drug use in the community – spilled over at a public forum held at Cherbourg on Tuesday afternoon.
After two more attempted suicides in two days at Cherbourg, Wakka Wakka traditional owner Cindy Button is demanding that things change.
State Government MP Leanne Linard is the new “Ministerial Champion” for Cherbourg.
Any suggestions Anzac Day commemorations are losing public support were blown away in the South Burnett on Sunday.
Cherbourg is still open to visitors at the moment, but it is not being encouraged, Mayor Elvie Sandow said on Wednesday.
Police are urging residents to dig through their cupboards and drawers … and maybe just help to save a life!
In an Australian first, Cherbourg Council is planning to integrate artificial intelligence into its Materials Recycling Facility.
Cherbourg’s Sports Complex attracted a large crowd on Sunday afternoon to enjoy some special Gospel music.
RU OK? This is a message with extra resonance for Cherbourg families who have lost so many loved ones …
Cherbourg Elders Jack and Ada Simpson were treated to a special day by family members on Saturday to mark 60 years of marriage.
Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council has reminded Cherbourg residents and visitors that a “boil water” alert remains in place in the community.
Ever thought about going walkabout with scissors, razors and a barber’s chair? All packed into a special hairdressing salon on wheels?
TAFE Queensland is holding a “yarning” session at the Nurunderi campus in Cherbourg next week to help plot the future direction of the facility.
You may have seen them recently at the Murgon Markets, outside Murgon IGA or at the Have-A-Go Day on Thursday at Cherbourg’s Ration Shed precinct … the team from HIPPY is very keen to get their message out.