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.
Cherbourg councillors were assured by senior police on Thursday that youth offending in the community had actually halved over the past few years.
The “strong women” of Cherbourg celebrated International Women’s Day with gusto on Tuesday, with fun, fashion and a fancy lunch.
Cherbourg community received some high praise last week when the new State Recovery Coordinator for Queensland dropped by in the wake of recent flooding which cut off the town.
Police are investigating after a stolen vehicle was brazenly driven past police in Fisher Street, Cherbourg.
The newly formed Cherbourg Health Council Forum met for the first time last week to discuss community concerns about the provision of health services in the town.
A 57-year-old Durong woman has been charged after an allegedly stolen Hitachi tracked loader was found by a police in a paddock on Mundubbera-Durong Road at Durong.
Cherbourg Mayor Elvie Sandow has queried crime statistics presented to her Council at a meeting with senior police on Thursday.
Former Cherbourg Hornets player Selwyn Cobbo – now with the Brisbane Broncos – has been selected in the 2022 Indigenous All Stars Squad.
An innovative pilot project to develop a call centre in Cherbourg – first unveiled last October – is one step closer to fruition.
Cherbourg State School has been included in a “Back-to-School vaccination blitz” announced by Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk on Friday.
It’s no secret that Cherbourg’s Tyrone Murray loves being a barber … but the opening of his new shop in Murgon on Thursday was definitely “a cut above the rest”.
Reported new cases of COVID in the South Burnett and Cherbourg regions appear to be slowing, with just three announced by Cherbourg Council on Tuesday.
There are now more than 160 active cases of COVID-19 in the South Burnett and Cherbourg communities, according to figures released on Tuesday morning.
Official Queensland Health statistics show the recent COVID-19 outbreak in the South Burnett and Cherbourg has grown to 87 cases.