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    2019 - 03.21

    The week in pictures across regional Australia | Photos ALBURY-WONDONGA: William Oupatham, 6, and his mother Jinyapa shared Thai food. Picture: KYLIE ESLER The Border Mail

    BENDIGO: For 12 years bookshop owner Ben Kemp has been collecting stuff that falls out of secondhand books, including photos of weddings, families and even a man pointing a gun. Photo: Simon Schluter The Bendigo Advertiser

    LAUNCESTON: Red Bull Racing’s Craig Lowndes signs the V8 Lowndes Commodore of Melbourne’s Carolyn Weston. Her special edition Lowndes commodore has less than 1000km on the clock, and was brought over from her home in Victoria on the Spirit of Tasmania just for the occasion. Photo Scott Gelston – The Examiner

    TAMWORTH David Peachey taps the ball up to gift a try to the NSW League Legends at Jack Woolaston Oval on Saturday night. Photo: Barry Smith – The Northern Daily Leader

    TAMWORTH: Kindy kid sisters Makayla Clark, pictured left, and Ashley, right, had a run through of a special story with Year 6 student Jackson Grainger to get into the spirit. of Anzac Day Photo:The Northern Daily Leader

    BULADELAH: Four boys burnt in an accident with nitro boat fuel at Nerong. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers. The Newcastle Herald.

    SINGLETON: All the colour and action from the Newcastle Knights Community Open Day at Pirtek Park, Singleton. Picture: Jonathan Carroll The Newcastle Herald.

    BALLARAT: Special showing: Leigh Valley Hawk and Owl Sanctuary director Martin Scuffins with Kevy the nankeen kestrel. PICTURE: JEREMY BANNISTER The Ballarat Courier

    BALLARAT: Daylesford Secondary School student Jacki Lipplegoes with her school SHE believes to be airbrushed photo. PICTURE: JULIE HOUGH Photo: The Ballarat Courier

    BALLARAT: Loud and clear: DBS’ Phil, karaoke regular Leanne Musgrove and Ondine Zvirbulis test their vocal cords. PICTURE: KATE HEALY The Ballarat Courier

    NEWCASTLE: Nitro Circus live at at Newcastle’s Hunter Stadium. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers The Newcastle Herald.

    MAITLAND: Lucie Bruvel (front) with Shepherds Ground residents Marco Forman and Nels Bjarke. Picture: The Maitland Mercury

    MAITLAND GOING: Kurri Kurri students will step back into the 1950s for Nostalgia Festival celebrations. The Maitland Mercury

    MAITLAND Rachael Clements is deperately looking for the right donor to help daughter Addalyn, who has two rare cancers. Picture by CATH BOWEN The Maitland Mercury

    ALBURY-WODONGA: Corowa’s Nancy Smith has led a team of knitters in stitching together more than 4000 poppies to be displayed on Anzac Day. Picture: DAVID THORPE The Border Mail

    ALBURY-WODONGA: Things can get fiery in the kitchen when celebrity chef Manu Feildel is around and yesterday was no exception at Wodonga TAFE. The Border Mail But Feildel quickly threw a fire blanket on the stove-top blaze and soon after was joking with Wodonga firefighters David Brown, Mathew Johnson and Alan Foster.Then it was down to business with master class participants enjoying the chance to cook and enjoy a meal with Feildel.Full story, another KYLIE ESLER picture, page 10

    BENDIGO: Abe Sheahan had his head shaved by Dimity McCann from Bendigo Beauty and Hair Care as team-mates from the AFL Central Victoria Academy’s under-13 squad looked on. Picture: BILL CONROY

    BENDIGO: Sharon Hickey with staff from Bendigo Health’s Wound Clinic. She has made progress in addressing a wound she has carried on her ankle for 18 years. The Bendigo Advertiser

    WAGGA WAGGA: Country High Tea House waitresses Louise Roy and Mia Glasson switch off their phones to enjoy a cuppa. Picture: Les Smith The Daily Advertiser

    WAGGA WAGGA: Katie Burgess and daughter Chloe, 7, are left without a water connection after Riverina Water decided to cut them off. Picture: Les Smith The Daily Advertiser

    BATHURST: Melaine Settree tends to one of the lots which went under the hammer at Sunday’s Bathurst Gold Crown Yearling Sale. This particular yearling, a Roll With Joe El Ess Ee colt, was purchased for $25,000. Photo: ZENIO LAPKA The Western Advocate

    FORBES: Council’s director of engineering and technical services Ray Graham and mayor Phyllis Miller stand beside The Escort Way, where 100 trees will soon be planted to mark the Anzac centenary on April 25. The Forbes Advocate

    COWRA: Cowra’s Mae Eldridge with Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and fellow Australian volunteer Nina Kerridge. Mae and Nina were rescued from Ambae Island following Cyclone Pam. Photo: ANDREW MEARES

    ORANGE: Councils from throughout the state will vie for the bragging rights to having the best tasting water in the state at today’s NSW Water Industry Operations Conference and Exhibition. The Central Western Daily

    COWRA: An Essential Energy crew was called in when a cat got stuck up a power pole in Carleton Street on Tuesday. The Cowra Guardian

    DUNEDOO: It was a day of celebration in Dunedoo on Saturday, as the farming community celebrated the centenary of the local show.

    BURNIE: Ella Mackrell, 9, has been doing the Relay For Life since 2010, this year her great-aunt, Sharon Mullins, and other family members have raised $1000 for the charity. Picture: Jason Hollister. The Burnie Advocate

    BURNIE: Launch of the Tasmanian International Arts Festival at the Burnie Arts and Function Centre featuring award-winning ensemble, Circa with their production, Beyond. Pictures: Stuart Wilson. The Burnie Advocate

    LAUNCESTON: Launceston runner Josh Harris with some of the 21 state titles he has collected. Photo Scott Gelston. Photo: The Examiner

    LAUNCESTON: Glass blower James Dodson. Photo by Geoff Robson – The Examiner

    LAUNCESTON: George Town four year old Caleb Baker tears through the corridoor in ward 4K at the LGH as Clown Doctors Dr Do Little (Peter Dowling) and Dr Sox (Meredith Cole) play along. Photo Scott Gelston The Examiner

    PORT PIRIE: .Wandearah A grade premiers, back row, Nelson Ferme, left, Scott Gray, Dave Clark, Greg Carmody, Rhys Gillett, James Ganley, middle row, Matt Bessen, left, Steve Athanasos, Marcus Ganley, Will McCourt, Marc Congdon, Matt O’Shaughnessy, and front row, Jordan Ganley, left, Alyssa Ganley, Lucas Congdon, Tyron Congdon, Liam O’Shaughnessy, Ashton Gray. The Port PIrie Recorder

    BUNBURY: A crew from the Dolphin Discovery Centre worked tirelessly to save a pod of pilot whales which were stranded at Bunbury’s McKenna Point on March 23. Photo: Justin Rake/Bunbury Mail.

    FAIRBRIDGE: Ruby Liddlelow will be hosting body art workshops at this year’s Fairbridge Festival. Photo: Amy Martin/Mandurah Mail.

    DUNSBOROUGH: Yobs took out the final glory against Dunsborough in the Busselton-Margaret River Cricket Association A-grade grand final. Photo: Busselton-Dunsborough Mail.

    WARRNAMBOOL: Teenager Jack Hutt is throwing himself into TAC Cup football with the North Ballarat Rebels but won’t be disappointed if he doesn’t progress beyond Cobden. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE The Warrnambool Standard.

    WARRNAMBOOL: Deakin’s football training at the Pond. Picture: AARON SAWALL The Warrnambool Standard

    WARRNAMBOOL: The 14,500 acre Mount Fyans property, near Darlington, is coming on to the market, as the Earl and Countess of Stradbroke have decided to sell. Henham Rous, one of the Earl’s children, is the current property manager. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE The Warrnambool Standard

    REDLANDS: Redlands College dance students Lara Addley, year 5, and Elle Wood, year 8, have been enjoying the school s new dance program. Photo by Chris McCormack The Bayside Bulletin

    NEWCASTLE:Charlestown Public School: Jayne Thompson gets the sausages, eggs and BBQ going. on Election Day Picture: Phil Hearne The Newcastle Herald.


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