Waiting times at Cherbourg’s Containers For Change Container Refund Point have been slashed following the installation this week of a new counting machine at the facility.
A quick response by fire crews helped contain a potentially dangerous fire whipped up by wind at Redgate on Thursday afternoon.
It was a proud – but sad – day for Cherbourg residents when Jeffrey “Mitta” Dynevor was inducted into the Queensland Boxing Hall of Fame.
A Container Refund Point to fill the recycling gap left by the closure of the Re.Turn-It Express branch at Lifeline will open in Kingaroy in September.
Lots of memories – and many stories – were shared in Cherbourg on Saturday with the official opening of the Domo Exhibition in the historical precinct.
A review of Alcohol Management Plans (AMPs) in Queensland’s 19 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities has been finalised by the State Government.
Representatives from the Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Foundation came to Cherbourg recently to visit The Ration Shed and speak to Elders.
A high-tech CCTV security system being installed around Cherbourg will have a bonus spin-off for local residents … wi-fi coverage for the town.
Singing, a smoking ceremony and lots of different types of dancing … a large crowd of Cherbourg residents and visitors celebrated NAIDOC Week with enthusiasm on Tuesday.
Cherbourg Council issued a “boil water alert” on Thursday for the township following increased turbidity in the town water supply.
A special ceremony will be held later this month to induct one of Cherbourg’s sporting greats, Jeffrey “Mitta” Dynevor, into the Queensland Boxing Hall of Fame.
No one was injured but a house in Douglas Street, Cherbourg, was gutted by fire early on Monday evening.
Quick work by firefighters on Friday afternoon prevented the first big fire of the winter season becoming much worse.
The Ration Shed’s annual Reconciliation Fun Run from Murgon to Cherbourg celebrated its sixth outing on Sunday with a record attendance.
Cherbourg community has erected roadside signs to remind door-to-door traders about their legal obligations under Australian Consumer Law.
An eight-week trial of a new program aimed at reducing youth crime in the Murgon and Cherbourg areas will get underway on Saturday, May 11.
A large crowd turned out in Cherbourg’ s Memorial Park for a special Anzac Day commemoration on Thursday which also included the unveiling of a new high-tech way to preserve the town’s military history.
A meeting will be held in Gayndah on May 26 as part of the decades-long process by Wakka Wakka native title claimants to gain legal recognition.
A successful after-school and holidays sports program at Cherbourg will be funded for another three years, Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien announced on Wednesday.
An appeal has been started to help the Fisher family who lost all their possessions in a devastating house fire in Cherbourg on Saturday night.
The Federal Government has allocated up to $3m for a footpath between Cherbourg and Murgon
South Burnett PCYC plans to begin opening late on Saturday nights in an effort to lower youth crime in the Murgon and Cherbourg areas
Iris-Jean Blow is the latest voice to be heard on Cherbourg Radio … and she has heaps of local knowledge to share with listeners.
Federal MP Tony Abbott has urged Cherbourg Council to put together a business case for a new $380,000 baling machine after visiting Cherbourg’s recycling plant on Wednesday.