BEGA: The Block Sky High stars George and Bec Douros were a popular drawcard at Bega's Mitre 10, where well over 500 people turned up.
BOMBALA: The combined public schools of Bombala, Delegate and Bibbenluke celebrated Public Education Week with a spectacular 'Creating Our Future' concert.
MILTON: Milton-Ulladulla Historical Society president Earl Anderson (front) is thrilled that Jindelara Timber Gallery owner Peter Kastelein has offered premises for a museum to be set up in Croobyar Road, Milton.
TERMEIL: Mothers Kimberley Davies (left), Sharon Adlam and Alison Lesslie claim their children are being discriminated against by the State Government, with no plans to fit seat belts onto the two buses that transport students to and from the Bawley Point and Termeil area.
BOMBALA: The children of the Bombala Preschool were part of a Fire & Rescue NSW Pre Education program run in the district.
ULLADULLA: They might be smiling now, but Scottie Norris and mum Rhonda are confronting an uncertain future due to the lack of respite care in the Milton Ulladulla region.
NAROOMA: Sue Andrew with her new baby son nicknamed “Jupiter” that she gave birth to at home with the help of an independent midwife and acupuncturist.
TILBA: River Cottage host Paul West with the two friendly locals John Tracey and Darcy Hoyer, who appear again this time to help cut up the pig. Photo courtesy of Foxtel
NAROOMA: Flashback to 1983 and the inaugural Narooma AFL Lions football team. The club is celebrating its 30 year anniversary this weekend with lots of activities and a nostalgia night at the Narooma Golf Club.
BATEMANS BAY: Lilli Pilli’s Mark Rutter was one of 250 people who signed up to give blood in Batemans Bay this week. He is pictured with nurse Ruth Ellerington.
NAROOMA: Gabe Eichler discovered a whole stack of Narooma Examiner newspapers among papers under the floors of a house she is renovating.
CANBERRA: After a 43-year search for his mate once thought to have died, Vietnam veteran Ross Benton of Bendigo finally reunited with former Bega man Brian Pender at the Vietnam Memorial in the ACT.
BEGA: The Bega Valley Shire Council's decision to cut down several large gum trees in Littleton Gardens caused a huge public outcry and questions over community consultation.
TATHRA: Tathra Sea Eagle Aussie rules player Mitch May continued his goal-kicking capers, easily passing the 100 mark and closing in on his father's long-standing SCAFL record of 130 in a season.
COOMA: The Litter Pickers get their gear out and off they go to clean up Cooma.
VIETNAM: The men of Tent 28, who had an emotional reunion on the weekend, (from left) Chris Bean, Ross Benton, Neil Daw and former Bega man Brian Pender.
COOMA: Jimmy Constable and Kyle Flanagan are sure to impress with their exhibition of photographs and paintings at the Monaro Regional Library.
HUSKISSON: Huskisson Woollamia Community Voice member Nina Douglass with fellow members and a group of visitors are shocked to see Shoalhaven City Council’s work on the sand dune at Huskisson Beach ahead of the Hobie 16 World Championship.
EDEN: And Nicolas makes 10! baby Nicolas Elijah Wright (pictured at left with mum Mandy) surprised his parents, eight brothers and sister when he arrived quickly, and three weeks early, last Friday night.
MERIMBULA: The cash mob came to town. They flashed their cash and splashed it in Merimbula.
BATEMANS BAY: The new Batemans Bay Chamber of Commerce committee, which was elected on Wednesday night, hopes to re-energise and modernise the group. Pictured is Jenny Clarke, Belinda Shalders, Geoff Hatton, Trish Pye, Adriana Shepherd, Felicity Collins (treasurer), Anne Brown (secretary), Allan Rutherford (president) and Chris Jones. Absent: Harvey Doberer (vice president).
EDEN: Eden Marine High School Year 7 students Jordan Martin, Abbi-Lee Scott, Darcie Matthews and Zac Luimes are proud their school was recognised as fostering excellence in student well being at the Illawarra and South East (ISER).
PAMBULA: Imlay House residents, Margaret Williamson, left, Peace Kaine and Isabel Sjoholm received hand knitted blankets from Pambula Public School students, Zoe Osbourne, left, Sasha Chester and Chloe Loader.
NAROOMA: Federal member and Labor candidate for Eden-Monaro Mike Kelly talks about high-speed internet and fibre penetration at Saturday’s NBN forum at Club Narooma.
EDEN: Bupa Eden resident Olga Holmesby celebrated her 100th birthday with lots of family and friends at the weekend.
COOMA: Federal coalition spokesperson for communications and broadband Malcolm Turnbull was in Cooma on Monday supporting Liberal candidate for Eden-Monaro Peter Hendy in his election campaign. They visited a number of businesses in Cooma and Jindabyne and are pictured with staff at online retailer birdsnest with proprietor Jane Cay.
NOWRA: Former Member for Gilmore Joanna Gash packs up her Kinghorne Street office after retiring from federal politics after 17 years on Monday.
MERIMBULA: This lucky stand up paddler was in the right spot as two whales lazily swam around Merimbula bay.
BOMBALA: NSW Government funding has been announced to provide school buses throughout the Bombala and Delegate district with seatbelts.