The week in photos: July 22, 2017
The week in photos: July 22, 2017 WAGGA: Transgender Wagga United player Holly Conroy is spearheading a transgender inclusion in sport week to round out the local soccer season. Picture: Kieren L. Tilly.
NARROMINE: Eligh O’Neill, Sharon Kellermeier, Jayde Taylor, Caleb Miller, Layni Taylor and Mitchell Nelson cooked up a storm at Wungunja Cultural Centre, also helping Uncle Peter Peckham build a humpy. Photo: ANN-LOUISE STONESTREET
BALLARAT: Andrew Rolt with the hole that appeared in his back yard. Photo: Luka Kauzlaric
PORT MACQUARIE: The locals take to the skies. Photo: Ivan Sajko
WAGGA: Layhnee Kearnes is one step closer to reaching her Olympic dream after winning the International Friendship Series in Brisbane this month.
WAGGA: Hay War Memorial High School celebrate their state title win after defeating Albury at Robertson Oval on Thursday. Picture: Laura Hardwick
WAGGA: Lulu Cavendish, 10, her mother Juliette and her sister Jem returned from a UK visit to find their home destroyed and everything gone. Picture: Kieren L Tilly
PORT ELLIOT: A southern right whale breaches near Port Elliot, South , on Friday, July 14. Photo: Simon Lovell.
BALLARAT: Ian Getsom with the ashes of his late friend, John Stretch, who died in a car crash 40 years ago. Photo: Kate Healy
WAGGA: CSU’s Acting Dean of Students James Brann has his legs waxed by first-year medical student Stacey Moore to help raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Picture: Les Smith
DUBBO: The 65 kindy kids at West Dubbo Infants school enjoyed a day of fun activities which culminated in a giant cake to mark their first 100 days at school. Photo: PAIGE WILLIAMS
MUDGEE: The Mudgee Readers’ Festival is bringing a brilliant bunch of authors to Mudgee for a fun and social weekend of food, wine, books and conversation.
LITHGOW: Director Leanda Rodham with parent Greer Ashworth and attendees of Gumnut childcare centre. Picture: PHOEBE MOLONEY.
ILLAWARRA: Dapto commuter Romeo Cecchele at Wollongong station, where the train he was on abruptly terminated for the third time this year. Picture: Georgia Matts
BLAYNEY: Millthorpe’s Inala units may soon be owned by Housing Plus, following a recommendation put forward by Council’s Inala Units Working Group.
WAGGA: Brad, 11, and Kassie Hiscock, 9, try out the new Forest Kill skate park. Picture: Kieren L. Tilly
BALLARAT: Chloe Leonard named u15 Victorian football captain. Photo: Lachlan Bence
ADELAIDE: Natalie Hann with twin daughters Emily and Maddison, 8, who were first time entrants in the Landmark CGU SA Junior Heifer Expo. Photo: VANESSA BINKS
ALBURY: Daniel Searle (with Frodo), Matt Kent and Mike Hamilton are inviting people to a Blind Cricket come and try day. Picture: MARK JESSER
DUBBO: Melissa Britnell, Holly May-Hoad, Narelle White and Skye Ireland celebrate Charles Sturt University’s Foundation Day at its Dubbo campus.
BATHURST: Sara Seales and her daughter Amber Forrest, 3, were excited by the range of Pokemon DVDs in JB Hi-Fi. Photo: NADINE MORTON
MUDGEE: Member for Dubbo Troy Grant and NSW Police Assistant Commissioner Geoff McKechnie have been focusing on rural crime. Photo: Grace Ryan
BLAYNEY: Bernardi’s staff member Alicia Gaywood, manager Michael Ross and Celisha Roach with Bernardi’s hessian bags. Photo: Mark Logan.
TAMWORTH: Tamworth Area Radio Model Aircraft Club president Larry Hoskins in the fire’s aftermath. Photo: Peter Hardin
TAMWORTH: Shop-owner Kathleen Barden with local artist Shane Salvador hope this new mural will inspire the rest of the CBD laneway. Photo: Gareth Gardner
PORT MACQUARIE: More fish scraps please. Photo: Ivan Sajko
ORANGE: Orange’s Needlecraft Group is celebrating 50 years, pictured are members Di Shepherd, Elva Nicholls, Gloria Purcill, Margaret Finlay, Ruth Kingham, Tania Fragar. Photo: JUDE KEOGH
OBERON: Joanna Logue at her Essington Park studio. Her Heartland exhibition will be at King Street Gallery until August 12.
QUORN: The Wolf Creek crew filmed in Quorn, South , before heading to Warren Gorge to film with the iconic Flinders Ranges backdrop.