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Be wowed by our photos of the week

29/11/2018 / by admin

Be wowed by our photos of the week WOLLONGONG – Illawarra Grammar School student Isobel Kinnear,14, began dancing at age three and now practices around four hours a day. Picture Adam McLean
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TALLIMBA – Martin Quade, Avonlea, Tallimba, with his dog Molly checking Planet variety barley sown May 17 into last year’s wheat stubble. Photo by Rachael Webb

Port Macquarie – Community campaign: Maria Doherty, Niamh de Groot, Amelia Humphreys and Linda Perkins throw their support behind the Ban the Bag – Reuse the Bag campaign in the Hastings. Photo: Matt Attard

ALBURY – Tracey Spicer at the Albury-Wodonga Winter Solstice. Photo Mark Jesser

DUBBO Taronga Western Plains Zoo used World Giraffe Day on Wednesday to raise awareness about the declining number of the animals in the wild. Photo PAIGE WILLIAMS

WOLLONGONG George Taousanis comforts his mother Theodora at her Shell Cove home as she comes to terms with the death of her husband Nick. Picture Robert Peet

WAGGA Emily Wornes is asking for old or spare flowers to be donated so that she can hand them out in hospital. Picture SIMON BAYLISS

PORT MACQUARIE Red nose disco Emelia Stoner, Jacob Wittenberg, Evie Flanagan, Lin Yu Xiang and Fin Couttie from Joeys House Early Education. Photo Matt Attard

TAMWORTH Lucy Cantrill will head to the Baltics and Iceland in July as part of the Gondwana Voices Choir tour. Photo Gareth Gardner

WOLLONGONG International place making expert David Engwicht visited Port Kembla to meet with residents on Tuesday. Picture Robert Peet.

YOUNG_ Acting Inspector Kristin Marshall with illegal fireworks Police seized from a shop in Young. Picture by Craig Thomson.

WOLLONGONG Wollongong Vikings Rugby Club juniors William and Blair Stanton’s parents are eligible for the NSW government’s Active Kids Rebate,. Picture Sylvia Liber

TAREE – Katelyn Davidson sang ‘I Just can’t Wait to be King’ at the Taree and District Eisteddfod, accompanied by pianist Don Secomb. Photo Scott Calvin

LAUNCESTON – Scotch Oakburn College students Sasha Yuvchenko, Chloe Leersen and Ella Robinson visit Marlene Loosmore with Beau, the therapy dog, at Fred French aged care facility. Picture Scott Gelston

ORANGE_ Orange Region Vigneron’s Association chairman Justin Jarrett says there are new additions to the 2017 Orange Wine Festival. Photo by JUDE KEOGH

ORANGE Carly and Lynton Brunt have benefited from the work of children’s cancer charity Camp Quality. Lynton’s relative has raised money for the charity through her work as a consultant. Photo JUDE KEOGH

LITHGOW_ La Salle Academy students Gerard Larsen and Lachlan Zyp showed their support for the Mark Hughes Foundation when the school held their own Beanie Day on Thursday, June 22.

LAUNCESTON Items in the Armitage AuctionsÔÇÖ Petrol and Memorabilia sale this weekend. Photo Scott Gelston

NYNGAN_ Mataya English and Georgia McDougall at the Nyngan Public SChool SRC fundraiser celebrating Red Nose Day.

ALBURY At the Albury-Wodonga Winter Solstice. Photo Mark Jesser

COONAMBLE – Macrae kids Isobel, 7, Audrey, 2, Oscar, 9, and George, 5, at their family property Tyrone, Coonamble. Photo Rachael Webb

COONAMBLE -Brian Hanigan checking Spitfire variety wheat sown with his wife, Kerry, son, George, daughter, Sally Inman, Melbourne, and Zeke the dog. Photo by Rachael Webb

COONAMBLE – Macrae kids George, 5, Oscar, 9, and Isobel, 7, on their family property Tyrone, Coonamble. Photo_ Rachael Webb

COONAMBLE_ George and his father Brian Hanigan with Anne Kennedy. Photo_ Rachael Webb

DUBBO_ Neil Sturrock from Autobarn with Joseph and Thomas Smyth, Rachael Watson and Jayne Bleechmore at a child car seat safety check day last year.

COWRA_ Kelly Smith, Jason Smith bringing bottles to customer Christie Anderson. Christie said getting her gas from Cowra Gas was $200 a year cheaper then other suppliers.

BLAYNEY_ Kristie and Ryan Whittaker invite all families to the newly refurbished Bilbys Playgroup in the RSL Hall. Photo_ Mark Logan.

DUBBO_ Janelle and Chris Dowton, John and Karen Creith and Jess and Ayden Hogan in the Dowton’s new bedroom. Photo_ PAIGE WILLIAMS

BURNIE Tasmanian Brick Enthusiasts member Andrew Harris with a model of an excavator. Picture Brodie Weeding

BURNIE Penguin v Wynyard. Photo Cordell Richardson

BURNIE Construction magnate Royce Fairbrother on the Living City site. Picture Scott Gelston

BATHURST_ Cityfit swimming school coordinator Dana Martin with swimming instructor Kayla Sense, Jack, Matilda and Hannah Wylie. Photo_ CHRIS SEABROOK

BATHURST_ Bec Bradley, as Crab, Sensorium Theatre co-artistic director Michelle Hovane and Amity Culver, as Turtle. Photo_ BRADLEY JURD

BURNIE – Darcey Brazendale, Phillip Davis, James Dowling and Sherrin Egger with their SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY jumpers ahead of the Coastal Derby. Picture Cordell Richardson.

NYNGAN – Andrena Smith, of Andrena’s Sculptures, Nyngan, with pups Jaff and Jet amongst a collection of works that will be on display at the Nyngan Ag Expo. Photo by Rachael Webb

BATHURST- Kent and Diane McNab have scored a big win in their push to have a roundabout installed at the intersection of Mitre, Lambert and Suttor streets.

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