Cherbourg Shire Council is hoping to bring the Clontarf Foundation program to the town
Packed into some quiet offices in Murgon’s Lamb Street is a service which everyone seems to agree has been having a positive effect on people’s lives but it appears to be facing the axe in December because there’s not enough dollars in the State coffers to run it.
Their fans call them the “Mighty” Cherbourg Hornets … and the team lived up to the nickname in Saturday’s Rugby League grand final played at Nanango.
Shantelle Georgetown and Alex Speedy have amazed teachers with their ability to help children learn
It looks like Brett Watcho-Page has had a career change at the age of 5. The Cherbourg State School student wanted to be a truck driver but now wants to become an author after being paid for his first book.
Children’s learning is booming in Cherbourg because of a new teaching method.
A Cherbourg Police initiative – the Junior Police Rangers’ Project – won a gold award at today’s Queensland Police Service Awards for Excellence.
Former National Party Minister Mike Horan and Christine Stewart go back a long way … Back in the 1990s, Christine was working for Queensland Health and advocating strongly on behalf of Cherbourg residents to her then-boss Mike, who was Health Minister.
Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service Board Chairman Mike Horan will be visiting the South Burnett for three days next week to inspect local facilities and officially open the new Cherbourg Community Health Centre.
Murgon State High School this evening hosted the official launch of MRAEL’s new Indigenous Employment and Training Project.
Cherbourg elder Beryl Gambrill, who died on August 12 just one day short of her 82nd birthday, was honoured by hundreds of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people at her funeral on Monday.
Maylene Saltner and Clayton Weazel ensure their children get up each morning, have breakfast and head to Cherbourg State School.
Police have charged a 16-year-old girl after an incident at Cherbourg last night that left a woman with facial injuries.
Cherbourg State School students took part in a two-day sports carnival recently
Cherbourg State School student Tyreece Gyemore earned a week of free school lunches by setting a new 11-year-old boys’ high jump record at the school’s two-day sports carnival held this week.
The first of 12 new homes being built at Cherbourg to help alleviate over-crowding welcomed its new family at the weekend.
The Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service will conduct a planned burn in the Wondai State Forest tomorrow and Thursday (August 1-2) as part of its annual hazard reduction program.
When you drive through a small town, you’d expect to be able to stop for a coffee
A $2348 Federal Government grant to the Cherbourg Junior Police Rangers will help fund two honour boards at the Cherbourg War Memorial.
A not-for-profit group which works with indigenous communities on shared projects is looking for local volunteers to work at Cherbourg.
Cherbourg’s Ration Shed Museum hosted a very busy Open Day on Tuesday as part of the town’s annual NAIDOC celebrations.
South Burnett community groups have received more than $269,000 in Community Benefit grants announced today by the State Government.
The Ration Shed Museum at Cherbourg has officially opened its latest attraction, an illustrated Timeline
There’s going to be a lot happening at Cherbourg from tomorrow as NAIDOC Week gets underway.