Cherbourg State School’s cultural program is to be used as an example for other educators to follow.
Yurri Muntha … bread, meat … they’re some of the most important things in life.
Cherbourg’s MoJos (mobile journalists) have stepped away from the back of the camera to become the centre of attention at a special NAIDOC Week awards ceremony.
Cherbourg residents are gearing up for a big week of celebrations during NAIDOC Week (July 7-14).
A feeling of “wow” flows through Jacquie Tapau and her Gundoo Day Care staff in Cherbourg every day.
Testing has detected legionella bacteria in water samples at four South Burnett hospitals
Carers in Cherbourg will benefit from a $128,000 Federal Government grant to the Ny-ku Byun Respite Service.
Cherbourg State School recently hosted a “Stop Domestic Violence Day” to help raise awareness of among students about where they could turn to for help if they ever felt scared at home or in the community.
Year 11 Murgon State High School student Kalina Bond found herself back at Cherbourg State School last week, but this time around as part of work experience.
The school holidays have started badly on South Burnett roads with three road crashes occurring on Friday
Today’s High Court decision to dismiss an appeal by a woman against her conviction for breaching alcohol management plan (AMP) restrictions on Palm Island has been welcomed by the State Government.
Aggie Dynevor has been able to provide a happy family life since she began mentoring at her children’s schools.
Cherbourg residents will be able to gain a greater insight into the performance of the local hospital with the addition of Cherbourg Hospital to Queensland Health’s Hospital Performance website.
The five Saltner boys never stop to think about whether they’ll go to school.
A 20-year-old Cherbourg man will appear in the Murgon Magistrates Court today charged with unlawful wounding after a 33-year-old woman was found with stab wounds at 11:00pm on June 1.
The State Government has announced a “carrot and stick” approach to indigenous councils, aimed at ending what it describes as a “handout approach” to government funding.
The Cherbourg MoJos (mobile journalists) have been at it again … this time doing stories about the Ration Shed, Us Mob radio station and the Wondai Sawmill.
“We have a better relationship with the whole family,” a Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) graduate said at Cherbourg last week.
The Cherbourg MoJos (mobile journalists) have posted their first stories online.
A rodeo school will be established at Ficks Crossing after the South Burnett Regional Council signed a lease agreement with the Shaftesbury Centre this week.