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The week in pictures | Mega gallery HUNTER: Stuart Andrews at Tarwyn Park, the Bylong property a Korean state-owned energy company plans to mine

BARRY: Chris Stonestreet and his son Rory, “Fernside”, Barry. Photo: Rachael Webb

BENDIGO: The Australian ballet is performing Giselle at Ulumbarra Theatre, Bendigo. Picture: GLENN DANIELS

BENDIGO: The election was no clean sweep. Picture: GLENN DANIELS

CESSNOCK: Rainbows at the Jungle Juice Race Day. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

COONABARABRAN: Debbie and Peter Redden with daughter Madeleine, “Naparoo”, Coonabarabran. Photo: Rachael Webb

COONABARABRAN: Debbie and Peter Redden with daughter Madeleine, :Naparoo:, Coonabarabran. Photo: Rachael Webb

HUNTER: Snow has blanketed Devil Ark creating a winter wonderland at the Tasmanian devil breeding facility at Barrington Tops. Picture: Devil Ark

HUNTER: The Hunter has returned to Labor, pictured are the Hunter’s new federal members, Pat Conroy, Meryl Swanson, Joel Fitzgibbon and Sharon Claydon. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

LAKE MACQUARIE: Jaime and Will Ryan, of Coal Point, are preparing to sail for Australia at the Olympics. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

MAITLAND: Greyhound racing at Maitland on Thursday after the industry shutdown announcement. Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

MUDGEE: Jamie and Sarah Inglis on their cutting horses move Angus cows at “Havilah East”, Mudgee. Photo: Mark Griggs

NAROOMA: Library staff are stoked with the new renovations Photo Stan Gorton

NAROOMA: NAIDOC Week celebrations saw the Gadhu Dancer perform. Photo: Stan Gorton

NEWCASTLE: Delta Goodrem met fans and signed Wings of the Wild CDs at Westfield Kotara. Ava Prance gave Delta flowers. Picture: Marina Neil

NEWCASTLE: Greyhound racing trainer Ron Bell says he is in “absolute disbelief” greyhound racing in NSW is set to be shut down. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

PORT STEPHENS: A fire that ripped through a Raymond Terrace home on Wednesday left little in its wake. Picture: Brodie Owen

PORT STEPHENS: Police and Worimi people were united for NAIDOC Week. Picture: Ellie-Marie Watts

PORT STEPHENS: The competition was fierce in the NAIDOC Week touch championship. Picture: Ellie-Marie Watts

PORT STEPHENS: The launch of NAIDOC Week united the community. Picture: Ellie-Marie Watts

PORT STEPHENS: Two housemates were tragically killed in a horror night car crash. Picture: Carey Harris

TENTERFIELD: Billie, Luke and Shelby Wilson and Ellie-May Springborg check out the Wallangarra Railway markets on Sunday. Picture: Melinda Campbell

TENTERFIELD: Christine Bowler, candidate Robert Walker and Rhonda Rover on Election Day. Picture Melinda Campbell

TENTERFIELD: Judy Harris with some of her work on exhibition. Picture :Melinda Campbell

TENTERFIELD: Patrick and Stephen Chapman man the Tenterfield polling station. Picture: Melinda Campbell

TILBA: Dairy farmers are hurting due to the new low milk prices. Photo: Stan Gorton

HUNTER: The Hunter region’s likely One Nation Senator Brian Burston at his Lake Macquarie home. The “demonising” of Pauline Hanson disrespected the thousands who voted for her party, he said. Picture: Simone De Peak

NEWCASTLE: Newcastle rail corridor- backlash against UrbanGrowth’s rezoning plans for the corridor. Pictured are Newcastle City Council Councillor Therese Doyle and Greens MLC David Shoebridge. Picture: Dominica Sanda

WALCHA: Doug and Nadine Powell with their children Nate, 4, and Indie, 2, feeding cows on lease country at “Wanderriby”, Walcha, which joins their property “Glen Authey”. Photo: Rachael Webb

URANA: Bruce Cooper received a long service award for 66 years service with the Rand brigade. Awards were presented by member for Albury Greg Aplin (left) and assistant commissioner Jason Heffernan (right). Picture: NSW Rural Fire Service.

JUGIONG: An original fireplace uncovered by Sir George Tavern owners Kate Hufton and Liz Prater as they refurbish the historic hotel. Pictures: J Lees

WAGGA: Sarah Peat, also known as Miss Toxic Starburst, will be vying for the title of Miss Pinup Australia alongside another Wagga local Renee Pascall.

WAGGA: Wagga Women’s Health Centre staff Gail Meyer, Jasmin Hobson, Julie Mecham and Jan Roberts will be delving into their fashion collections for the night. Picture: Laura Hardwick

WAGGA: John Jones with three of his greyhound pups, who face an uncertain future after the NSW government announced it would ban the sport. Picture: Les Smith

GRIFFITH: Mark, Abbiey, Trish and Tysen Enness with paramedics Lindel Carey and Paul O’Brien at Griffith Ambulance Station on Thursday. Picture: Stephen Mudd.

LEETON: Mate Helping Mate founder John Harper (left) receives the DVD from Calo’s club president Pat Tripodi, while members stand in support behind. Photo: Anthony Stipo

GRIFFITH: Levi Malone, 5 was climbing the walls inside with the rain about, but kept on climbing when he finally got out. Picture: Riley Krause

BATHURST: Perthville Public School has taken ownership of a state-of-the-art interactive board to boost classroom learning.

BATHURST: In 42 years, Brian Limon says he has only taken one week off from the job he loves, working as a butcher.

DUBBO: A Victorian couple were lucky to escape serious injury after the caravan they were towing was destroyed in an accident near Dubbo on Wednesday.

DUBBO: A simple, yet innovative, idea set Dubbo College’s Team Zircon apart when they finished second at this week’s World 4×4 Finals.

WELLINGTON: Eleven people have been charged with total of more than 100 offences relating to alleged drug supply after police raids at Dubbo and Wellington.

TAMWORTH: Young Australians of the Year Nic Marchesi, left, and Lucas Patchett were in Tamworth on Tuesday. Photo: Geoff O’Neill

TAMWORTH: Tamworth boy Curtis Parkinson, 5, with brother Zac, 3, wrote a letter which may spark a change in State of Origin kickoff times. Photos: Barry Smith

TAMWORTH: NAIDOC celebrations have been held throughout the city this week.

LAUNCESTON: Dancers compete at the Launceston Competitions. Picture: Phillip Biggs

LAUNCESTON: Dancers compete at the Launceston Competitions. Picture: Phillip Biggs

LAUNCESTON: Xavier Kitchin with Susanne Scott, Martin O’Toole, Nakita, Jeffrey, Darcy and Bec Kitchin and Mike Conlon. Picture: Neil Richardson.

LAUNCESTON: Artist Bryon Beggs shows off a wall mosaic inside his St Marys home. Picture: Sarah Aquilina

LAUNCESTON: Five year old Rooke Kerrison poses in front of a pyramid of circus holiday program performers at Circ’s’ Cool, Launceston. PICTURE: Phillip Biggs.



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