HUNTER_ Muswellbrook Public School students participate in Sports in Schools Australia gymnastics program. Picture_ Betina Hughes
ROCKHAMPTON_ Rob Lovegrove, Canaroo, Pink Lily, Flynn MP Ken O’Dowd, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Capricornia MP Michelle Landry, and Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce. Photo_ Kelly Butterworth
WARRNAMBOOL Koroit Open Gardens organiser Jenny McLean examines the lavender in the garden of The Old Convent, which will be open this weekend. Picture_ Rob Gunstone
WARRNAMBOOL Jaawan Young, 6, near the remains of the bathroom of his West Warrnambool home, after a mattress caught on fire on Monday morning. Picture_ Rob Gunstone
HORSHAM_ Horsham West Primary School productionPAUL CARRACHER
HORSHAM_ Horsham Arts Council’s The Wedding Singer. PAUL CARRACHER
HORSHAM_ Horsham Arts Council’s The Wedding Singer. PAUL CARRACHERjpg
ARARAT_ Getting ready for Halloween. PAUL CARRACHER
MALANDA_ Rhys Johnston and Danii Stremouchiw learning about the origins of horticulture at the Moo Baa Munch event in Malanda. Photo_ Lea Coghlan
HUNTER_ Former Mayor John Martin launching last year’s mayoral appeal and Christmas in John Street celebrations. Picture_ Singleton Argus
CLERMONT_ Jody and Brendon Swaffer in this year’s chickpea crop. Photo_ Kelly Butterworth
DUBBO_ Doug and Lola Horder with the Daily Liberal Silver Rose Bowls won by Mrs Horder’s parents, Jim and Rita White. Photo_ BELINDA SOOLE
BURNSWICK The 85th annual Brunswick Show saw thousands of people flock to the South West town for a day full of rides, showbags, market stalls and entertainment. Photo Jeremy Hedley and Andrew Elstermann.
WINGHAM Gary Cox with his Morgan 4.4 Photo Sam Brownrigg
ORANGE_ Trade minister Stuart Ayres and Mortimers Wines owner Peter Mortimer discuss the export wine deals boosting revenue for Orange wineries. Photo_ JUDE KEOGH
ORANGE_ McGrath breast cancer nurse Susan Kuter and rural cancer nurse co-ordinator Fran Ferguson at Orange Health Service.
HUNTER_ Maitland City Council senior project architect Aaron Cook at the construction site of the Maitland Sportsground grandstand_
BLAYNEY_ Stuart Tait will be heading around the world looking at methods of integrating beef and wheat production on his family’s property.
WOLLONGONG_ Red Cross blood bank nurse Rebecca Furniss with Navy personnel giving today as part of the Red Cross’ October blood drive. Picture_ Adam McLean.
KEMPSEY students Connor Welsh, Hamish Patterson, Flynn O’Loughlin, Jorja Potts, A’kaya Pitbeam and Lily Cook sock it to social issues. By Geordie Bull
PORTLAND_ Portland Central School RFS cadets Tyson Smith, Nicholas Field, Darion Williams, Caiban Lucas and Zenaide Appleton have recently graduated from their training.
PORT MACQUARIE Lyn Buchanan, Sharmain Williams and Ada Hambrett have been baking hard to encourage the community to raise funds for the Red Cross. By Lizzie Langdale
PAMBULA_ Remembrance Motobike Ride organiser Glen Cotter casts a flower into the Pambula River on Saturday
ORANGE_ Jolyon Briggs is bringing Krav Maga to Orange. Photo_ PHIL BLATCH
HUNTER_ Bruce Tyrrell has retired from the Hunter Valley Wine and Tourism Association board, while his son Chris has been appointed to the board. Picture_ Simone DePeak
FORSTER Students perform during Shine On By Rebecca Casson
MANDURAH Butcher Lenny Priest says business has fallen through the floor and tens have lost their jobs after the new Greenfields shopping centre opened. Photo Marta Pascual Juanola.
DUBBO_ Greg Pritchard is encouraging the community to turn out to the 2016 Artlands opening ceremony. Photo_ BELINDA SOOLE
COWRA_ Karley Miller has recently celebrated her _hemiversary_, one year since life saving surgery. She is busy planning shoots and a school tour.
BATHURST_ Wine judges Andrew Locke and Nick O’Leary at the National Cool Climate Wine Show. Photo_ CHRIS SEABROOK
BATHURST_ A swarm of Italian honey bees were found on a Toyota Corolla parked in William Street on Sunday afternoon. Photo_ SUPPLIED 39.
YOUNG_ Young’s Graham Jamison of Young Guns _ Ammunition shared his thoughts on the debate.
YOUNG_ Newly ordained deacon Joshua Scott giving his thanksgiving speech. He is pictured being ordained to the diaconate at the “laying-on of hands” by Archbishop Christopher Prowse. Picture_ Cyron Sobrevinas
HUNTER_Advocates Robyn Nolan and Rhonda Nyquist (of PRD Nationwide) with Trish Paul’s daughter and Hope4Cure founder Sarah Frith (centre). Picture_ Perry Duffin
MANDURAH_ Mandurah’s foreshore came alive on Sunday with the City’s annual children’s festival. Photo_ Kate Hedley
GERRINGONG_ Artist Megan Seles with her daughter Scarlett in front of her winning work Scarlett as Colonial Girl. Photo_ Steven Siewert
DUBBO_ The Brother and sister team of Joel and Cassie Tongue from Fantasy Dubbo DanceSport put on a floorshow at the Dubbo Dancesport Gala charity fundraiser. Photo_ PAIGE WILLIAMS
BLAYNEY_ And a one, two, three, four_ Front to back Hailey Gore, Hamish Doncan, Leila Jeffery, Chevy Toohey and Temanawanni Tapine have been practising for Count Us In.
KIAMA_ A truck overturned at the Kiama Bends on Thursday. Picture_ ROBERT PEET
ILLAWARRA_ Protesters march up Crown Street Mall on Thursday evening as part of the Reclaim the Night movement. Picture_ Adam McLean
NAROOMA_ Senior Constable Curry was awarded NSW PCYC Police of the Year 2015, an honour he shared with another PCYC officer from Port Macquarie
MANDURAH Melissa Linfoot has been collecting reborn baby dolls since 2012 and says they are both a comfort and a convenient alternative to real-life babies. Photo Marta Pascual Juanola..
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