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Salute For Cherbourg War Veterans

A $2348 Federal Government grant to the Cherbourg Junior Police Rangers will help fund two honour boards at the Cherbourg War Memorial.

Volunteer Workshop At Cherbourg

A not-for-profit group which works with indigenous communities on shared projects is looking for local volunteers to work at Cherbourg.

Ration Shed Celebrates NAIDOC

Ration Shed Celebrates NAIDOC

Cherbourg’s Ration Shed Museum hosted a very busy Open Day on Tuesday as part of the town’s annual NAIDOC celebrations.

$269,000 Grants To Local Groups

South Burnett community groups have received more than $269,000 in Community Benefit grants announced today by the State Government.

Timeline Records History

Timeline Records History

The Ration Shed Museum at Cherbourg has officially opened its latest attraction, an illustrated Timeline

Big Week Of Celebrations At Cherbourg

Big Week Of Celebrations At Cherbourg

There’s going to be a lot happening at Cherbourg from tomorrow as NAIDOC Week gets underway.

Lishayda’s Deadly Story

A Cherbourg woman, Lishayda Martin, has been selected by the State Government as one of it latest 14 “Deadly Stories” to be featured online.

Chrissy’s Story<br> Of Pride And Hope

Chrissy’s Story
Of Pride And Hope

It’s been a long journey for Cherbourg morning radio announcer Chrissy Bond

Don’t Do As I Did … Go to School!

Don’t Do As I Did … Go to School!

Cherbourg parents Corey Sullivan and Sammy-Joe Barrett send their children to school every day because they realise what they missed out on when they were younger.

History Builds Strong Future

History Builds Strong Future

A Cherbourg mum was surprised when her young children began to question her about their family

Reconciled To Having Fun

Reconciled To Having Fun

Last week’s wet weather delayed it a bit, but this Reconciliation Week get-together should still be fun.

Tribunal Registers Two Native Title Claims

Two native title claims covering a total of 18,679 sq km south-east Queensland have been lodged with the National Native Title Tribunal on behalf of Wakka Wakka groups.

Agnes Is Mentoring Success

Agnes Is Mentoring Success

Agnes Dynevor loves mentoring Cherbourg State School’s students.

Artists Invited To Enter<br> NAIDOC Art Competition

Artists Invited To Enter
NAIDOC Art Competition

The Ration Shed at Cherbourg is inviting local artists to submit entries on the theme “We Are Many, But We Are One” for a NAIDOC Art Competition.

Championing The Fight<br> Against Domestic Violence

Championing The Fight
Against Domestic Violence

Not only was the Barambah Cricket Club crowned B Grade Champions, they’ve also taken a stand against violence.

Ceremony To Remember
Victims Of Domestic Violence

A candlelit ceremony to remember the victims of domestic violence will be held at Mudjimba Women’s Safe House at Cherbourg on May 22.

Ex-Boxing Champ Has A Happy Future Planned

Ex-Boxing Champ Has A Happy Future Planned

Former Australian boxing champion Jim Stanley, 36, has told how life nearly flattened him for the count.

Bowman Competes With Queensland’s Best

Bowman Competes With Queensland’s Best

Young Bowman Button, 13, is a very talented kid … dancer, footballer and rodeo star

Books Help Cherbourg<br> Kids Reach For Success

Books Help Cherbourg
Kids Reach For Success

Did you know that by simply reading to your child for 15 minutes a day you can help “wire” their brain for learning?

$208,060 For Early Intervention Youth Service

The Cherbourg-Murgon Reconnect program will receive $208,060 in federal funding for 2012-13.

‘Sasha’ Steals The Show

‘Sasha’ Steals The Show

There was some traditional – and not so traditional – dancing at Cherbourg on Friday afternoon to mark the official launch of the Moo’Roo Moo’Roo Youth Group

Aunties & Uncles Can Help Kids Achieve

In the old days, Aunties and Uncles would take children off into the bush to teach them skills. These days Aunties and Uncles can still pass on vital life skills, says NQ man Michael Drahm.

Safe Havens Offered By CTC

Safe Havens Offered By CTC

South Burnett CTC staff are working hard in the Murgon and Cherbourg areas to help keep people safe at night.

Parents Think School’s Cool

Parents Think School’s Cool

School’s “deadly cool” and it seems most Cherbourg residents agree according to a survey by PaCE.