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.
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.
Traditional owners and people interested in “agriculture, horticulture, bush tucker, research and innovation” have been invited to learn more about a new plan to grow and supply bush tucker and fauna products for commercial sale and distribution.
Research into positive parenting in Indigenous communities is one of 14 health programs to receive funding under Round 2 of the Queensland Advancing Clinical Research Fellowship program.
A Health Summit which aimed to bring agencies and the people they serve face-to-face to thrash out solutions to entrenched issues has been hosted by Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council.
A special celebration to mark the graduation of students from Nurunderi TAFE College has become a new tradition over the past five years at Cherbourg … and one that always brings smiles to plenty of faces.
A six-part ABC podcast, prepared by Walkley Award-winning investigative journalist Allan Clarke, is exploring the events surrounding the tragic death in custody of Wakka Wakka dancer Daniel Yock in November 1993.
An historic moment occurred in Murgon on Thursday morning when the Aboriginal flag was hoisted for the first time in a small park near the Murgon RSL Club.
The sacrifices of veterans from all wars – but in particular World Wars I and II – were commemorated at Remembrance Day services across the South Burnett on Wednesday morning.
Cherbourg residents celebrated a delayed NAIDOC Day with relief on Tuesday with music, dancing and the town’s annual awards.
The “Pinking Up the South Burnett” promotion to promote the McGrath Foundation received a helping hand earlier this week through the generosity of local residents’ efforts to recycle.
A new teaching space which aims to give hairdressing students a genuine salon-like experience was officially opened at the Nurunderi TAFE campus at Cherbourg on Tuesday morning.
The crew members from Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council’s Containers For Change recycling depots are celebrating after they picked up two major awards on Friday.