The young boys had cricket and football, but what about young girls? In the late 1950s and early 1960s, they were marching!
Six new houses, major upgrades to other houses and building a footpath from Cherbourg to Murgon are some of the highlights of Cherbourg’s 2022-23 Budget.
Police are investigating the theft of the same car twice – presumably by the same person – within two days in Cherbourg.
A Community Elder born and raised in Cherbourg has joined the ranks of “Queensland Greats”, people or institutions honoured on Queensland Day for their social, scientific, health, environmental or cultural contributions to the State.
Cherbourg played host to a special Vice-Regal visit on Wednesday to celebrate the opening of major upgrades to the community’s water treatment plant.
There were bagpipes, children, dogs and laughter, but Wednesday’s march through the streets of Cherbourg had a very serious message: domestic and family violence, not now, not ever!
Cherbourg residents are facing a long, seven-hour power outage on Thursday (May 26).
A boil water alert has been issued for Cherbourg, with Council advising all residents on Friday morning they should boil tap water used for drinking until further notice.
Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council managed its finances extremely well in 2021, better than nearly all Indigenous councils and better than some local non-Indigenous councils.
Cherbourg’s trailblazing new community call centre was officially opened on Wednesday at a ceremony which attracted a mix of Council and State Government officials.
Cherbourg residents and motorists on the Bunya and Burnett highways will soon have better mobile phone coverage thanks to a new Telstra 4G macro cell base station.
Cherbourg Men’s Shed has received a $13,000 grant from the Federal Government’s Stronger Communities Program.
Police are investigating a fire which destroyed a house in Broadway Street, Cherbourg, in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Entries in the Murgon Cherbourg Youth Hub’s art competition close on May 20.
Wet weather and a chilly morning could not deter South Burnett residents turning out in force at Anzac Day commemorations across the region on Monday.
Cherbourg Council hosted visitors from the Australian Army on Thursday to discuss possible career pathways into the Australian Defence Force for local young people.
The Australian legal system has finally recognised what Wakka Wakka people have always known … it’s their land.
The Federal Government will invest $400,000 in Cherbourg in a bid to help young people improve their mental health and reduce the risk of self-harm.
Cherbourg will be better able to prepare for this year’s bushfire season, thanks to an $89,450 grant.
Fujitsu Australia has formally launched its new First Nations Service Centre in Cherbourg.