The week in pictures: Photos

The week in pictures: Photos LAUNCESTON: Legana Presbyterian Care nursing home resident Nella Groves shows off the nude calendar the nursing home has produced. Picture Mark Jesser

WAGGA: Country singer Grant Luhrs dears up for the Country By the Lagoon concert. Photo Les Smith

LAUNCESTON: Storyteller Bert Spinks spins a yarn inside Saint John Craft Beer Bar. Picture Scott Gelston

FORSTER: Buster is obsessed with his ball. Photo by Kath Majewski

FORSTER: Lightning over Bennetts Head on Monday. Photo by Merryl Kemp

PORT ELLIOT: Four-year-old Huxley Golder welcomes the new pedestrian crossing in Port Elliot, near the site where a local toddler was killed at Easter 2012. Photo Anthony Caggiano

REDLAND CITY: Dry weather brings out magnificent blooms in city streets. Picture Chris McCormack

REDLAND CITY: Local boat builder Aluminium Marine launches its lastest boat built for New Zealand tourist market. Picture Chris McCormack

VICTOR HARBOR: Thousands flocked to Victor Harbor for the annual Schoolies Festival. Photo Ryan Finlay

WAGGA: Australian Army Band Kapooka musicians Russell Hodges and Corporal Justin Kennedy are heading to Gallipoli for the Anzac Day centenary. Photo Les Smith

WAGGA: Bureau of Meteorology Wagga’s acting officer Robbie Lennard and technical officer Nigel Smedley show off the bureau’s new 2015 weather calendars. Photo Les Smith

WAGGA: Sunrise Rotary’s Dennis Blackett is merry and bright as he checks out a Christmas tree, for sale just in time for the festive season. Photo Michael Frogley

WAGGA: WIRES volunteers have been caring for fruit bats. Photo Michael Frogley

WHYALLA: Whyalla Leisure Centre has received a $320,000 Regional Development Australia Fund. Pictured was Minister for Regional Development Geoff Brock visiting Whyalla Leisure Centre. Photo Kayleigh Bruce

YANKALILLA: Author Angela Goode was the guest speaker at the opening of the new Yankalilla Library. Photo Alice Dempster.

ROXBY DOWNS: Wade Hooper is no mug when it comes to golf courses, after all he started playing the game at 10 years of age. He is the new superintendent of the Roxby Downs Golf Course and Town Oval. Photo Jack McGuire

PORT LINCOLN: Fresh Fish Place owner Craig McCathie and staff members Debra Harder, Rhiannon Osborn and Kelly Ridgway showed off some of the fresh local seafood that is getting popular heading in to Christmas.

BATEMANS BAY: Detectives Andy Tyler, Peter Gillett, Simon Davies and Bredan Lee flaunt their Movember creations.

ULLADULLA: Craig Smith (left) has sold Milton District Meats and the operation will be run by general manager Frank Schnoor and CEO Leisa Perfect on behalf of the new owner who has plans to expand the business and export meat to Asia.

EDEN: Eden Marine High School graduate Harrison Warne’s photo of a Gippsland Water Dragon has taken out second prize in the Ecological Society of Australia photography competition.

KIAMA: Kiama Preschool director Maria Whitcher with Molly Peseta, Coby Rogers, Jack Norris, Ruby Gallagher, Lindy Verryt and Isabelle Fredericks. The preschool recently received achieved high honours as part of a national assessment system. Picture: GEORGIA MATTS

NOWRA: No one was seriously injured when this car ploughed into a house in Bomaderry last Friday. It was the second time in as many days that a car had lost control and collided with a building.

WYNDHAM: Students from Wyndham School of Dance will perform ‘Mary Poppins Comes to Wyndham’ in a special show to mark the school’s 20th birthday next month.

TAMWORTH: Tamworth’s Chloe Morris, 6, and Ella Jones, 5, show off their gap-toothed grins. Photo: Barry Smith

BATHURST: Such are the rapidly deteriorating seasonal conditions that David Suttor from historic ‘Brucedale’ on the Sofala Road has just terminated a 250-acre wheat crop. He’s opted out of waiting until harvest and made round bales of hay.

ORANGE: White Ribbon Day was the catalyst for Orange to reflect on its poor record of domestic violence, which is more than double the state average.

BATHURST: Cherry orchardist Russ McCarthy says recent warm, dry weather has ensured a bumper crop of cherries this year. He is among local stone fruit growers revelling in good growing conditions. Photo PHILL MURRAY

MUDGEE: Tyla James doing his best to escape Sunday’s extreme heat by going for a dip. Photo: COL BOYD

DUBBO: Women spent two days at the weekend learning how to mentally and physically prepare themselves for a bush fire at the Women with Flair workshops. Pictured is Sharon Balmer using a portable pump while Helena Patriarca, Ani Langbien, Heidy Steppat, Sue Lomax, Alison Oliven and Ann Myes supervise. Photo: GREG KEEN.

DUBBO: It is exactly 11 weeks today since Kibibi was born at Taronga Western Plains Zoo and the hippo calf is growing in both confidence and size. Photo GREG KEEN

WELLINGTON: Wellington Public School students tie their balloons and pledges to the fence at school during White Ribbon Day.

WOLLONGONG: The 10th i98 Camp Quality Convoy. Photo Christopher Chan

NEWCASTLE: The long wait for Skywhale resulted in a short appearance in the skies by the $300,000 art work. Photo Simone De Peak.

NEWCASTLE: Eric Platt of Newcastle soaking up the rays at Bar Beach. Photo Simone De Peak

NEWCASTLE: NBN Newsreader Mike Ribbard is retiring from the NBN News. Photo Phil Hearne

NEWCASTLE: TAFE Final Year Graduates of Advanced Diploma in Industrial Design Samantha Wigman (left) and Peter Hunt with a lamp by Vera Brack, a TAFE 1st Year Advanced Diploma in Industrial Design student. Students putting together their best work on display at The Edwards.

NEWCASTLE: Storm rolls in over Newcastle. Photo Ryan Osland.

MACKSVILLE: Macksville Public School mourns the passing of Phillip Hughes.

PORT MACQUARIE: Some of the talented dancers from Port Macquarie High School who will perform in Schools Spectacular this Friday and Saturday – back from left, Molly Cassidy, Jamie Roberts, Amelia Pitt, centre, Shannon Beck, Lani Webber and Tia Tyler, front Denika Bendt. Absent – Sarah Bisco, Emma Piper, Morgan George, Tanish Palmer and Sasha Langdon.

WARRNAMBOOL: Hopkins river was a great place to be last Sunday.Pictured is Matt Primmer and Julian Bellamy. Photo Damian White

WARRNAMBOOL: Brauer College Christmas Gala Market held at the school hall. Student Sarah Hancocks 14 selling her xmas wreaths. Photo Damian White.

CUDGEE: Cudgee Primary School held a Night Market on Friday. Pictured L-R 11 yr old Jarren Maddocks, 6 yr old Audrey Moore and 11 yr old Kalin Jans. Photo Leanne Pickett


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