NOWRA: Melissa McManus from Woollamia with Smoothy the wonderdog makes the most of Huskisson Beach during on and off leash designated times. University students have been looking into how to better educate the community on off leash areas and times.
MERIMBULA: At Merimbula’s Short+Sweet play festival the best overall production went to "James Evans vs The Crown" by Brendan Ryan and Kevin Armstrong, directed by Brendan Ryan and featuring Michael Gromer as the Magistrate, left, Cheska Winterson as the Clerk, Robert Buck as James Evans, Andy Brown as the Prosecutor and Jonathan Bignell as Stinky. Photo: Angi High
COOMA: Sara and Josie Levkich and Tyarna Rootsey enjoyed making and eating some pancakes at the Cooma Hub Youth Centre as part of the Hub’s school holiday program.
KIAMA: Kiama's Jim Lymbery, 93, hands in his Drivers Licence after a lifetime of unblemished driving. Picture Greg Totman
PAMBULA: Dress up days aren’t just for the students as abundantly demonstrated here by Pambula Public School teachers, Linda Mallard, Karen Tarpey and Paddy McAlpin.
COOMA: Melanie Caffarelli and Debbie Cowling enjoyed the fragrance of the soy candles on offer from Cynthia Grozdanovsski at the Cooma Wellbeing Expo, which celebrated healthy bodies and healthy minds.
MERIMBULA: The cash mob was out again in Merimbula bringing a smile to the face of one local business owner and will go out again on Saturday, October 12.
PAMBULA: Students from Pambula Public School dressed in the costumes from the countries they are studying for their annual International Food Day.
ULLADULLA: Olive Psasquale was delighted to come face to face with a 102-year-old Flanders car on Monday after celebrating her 100th birthday on the weekend.
EDEN: Some of the tall ships fleet will arrive in Eden this weekend before heading north to Jervis Bayt and then Sydney for the Navy Centenary Celebrations.
JERVIS BAY: Ian Clifford from Lighthouses Australia inside Point Perpendicular lighthouse which will be switched on for the International Fleet Review in Jervis Bay next week.
JERVIS BAY: After the ships leave Jervis Bay, Sydney Harbour will be the scene of the national celebrations of the International Fleet Review.
NOWRA: Nowra’s Junction Street Blooms Chemist dispensary technician Jessica Vanessen discuss painkillers with Leone Piggott from Bomaderry following research that linked 115 deaths to codine and ibuprofen.
BEGA: An estimated 1000 people enjoy the unique opportunity to walk along the Bega Bypass before it officially opens to traffic in coming weeks.
COOMA: Rochelle Macarthur with daughter Tyler joined Michelle Ardle with daughter Brooke and Cooma Lions Club member Jim Phillips at a special dinner for students returning from a trip to Cooma’s Japanese sister city, Yamaga.
BEGA: A devastating early morning fire guts Bega car dealership Momsen Motors' workshop and spare parts area.
BEGA: Peter Lacey launches the second volume of his We Will Remember Them series, the biographies of close to 200 soldiers named on Bega district war memorials.
ULLADULLA: Howard Anderson shows off the scratch and win ticket telling him he had won $170,000 in what proved to be an elaborate scam.
BERMAGUI: GP Jenny Wray has been named among the 17 finalists of the Telstra NSW Business Women's Award.
BOMBALA: Constable Aplin and Senior Constable Rackley are amongst the NSW Police personnel in Bombala following the announcement of a substantial reward for information that may assist in the case of missing person, Sylvia Pajuczok.
NAROOMA: Another successful Tailwagger’s Walk was organised at Narooma by the Animal Welfare League Eurobodalla branch. Aerobics instructor Kerry Markham warms up the two- legged and four-legged walkers before the start.
BROULEE: The Westpac Life Saver helicopter crew underwent training at Broulee this week to skill up for the summer season.
BOMBALA: Claudia Tonks played Aurora, while younger students were birds and butterflies in “The Frog Prince” production of the Delegate Public School.
BEGA: The annual South Coast Music Camp is hitting the right notes in Bega this week as over 120 children receive expert tutelage.
BATEMANS BAY: Ben Ralston, co-owner of Ralston Brothers Oysters, has won a prestigious Nuffield Scholarship.
BOMBALA: Sue Morgan was named the Most Valuable Player by Hotdoggies Coach, Warren Schafer at the Merimbula/Pambula/Bombala Bluedogs Presentation Night in Bombala.
KIAMA: Jade Wright, Ruby walker, Jade Miller and Bree Miller at the Kiama Leisure Centre - re-opened after February's tornado. Picture: Dylan Robinson.
KIANGA: Eurobodalla Shire Council on Saturday hosted a big celebration to say thank you to the volunteers for their amazing work helping to build the Narooma-Kianga-Dalmeny shared pathway. More than 100 people gathered for the unveiling of the tribute stone at Kianga Beach.
EUROBODALLA: Narooma councillor Neil Burnside was elected deputy mayor of the Eurobodalla Shire on Tuesday.
KIAMA: Kiama Lifeguard Andy Mole is back from a spell on the Gold Coast and ready for the new season. Picture Dylan Robinson.
SHELLHARBOUR: Artists Kay Norrington and Judi Goodwin with Peterborough students Daniel Wishart and Jaida Love - Painting for Peterborough exhibition fund-raiser at at Shellharbour Village Exhibition Space until October 7.
EUROBODALLA: Eurobodalla and Bega Valley Shire Councils and the Far South Coast Local Area Command of NSW Police are celebrating the finalisation of the agreements that will establish a Police, Citizens and Youth Club (PCYC) in the region.
EDEN: Sammi Godfrey (back) is thankful for every day, now that her diseased kidneys are gone, and her donated kidney from dad Graham Thomsen (front) is working like a charm.
NAROOMA: Oil and water don’t mix! Fire & Rescue NSW simulates a kitchen fat fire at Narooma’s monthly Rotary Markets, which had an extra attraction last weekend, with local volunteer rescue and emergency services setting up displays and demonstrations with the theme of “Keeping Safe over Summer”.
ULLADULLA: Burrill Lake bodyboarder Damien Martin gets deep inside a wave in Tasmania, scoring the front cover of Riptide magazine.
NAROOMA: Adventurer Benjamin Safari, originally from Narooma, appears to have faked his own disappearance. Pictured is fisherman Greg White of Melbourne with the supposed smashed remains of Benjamin Safari’s surfboard.
EDEN: Member for Bega Andrew Constance with Pastor Ossie Cruse,who has advocated strongly for the upgrade.