GALLERY: Your weekly news pics from the South East March 21, 2014, 10:30 a.m.Tweet Print Story A look at what's been making news around the NSW South East. GALLERY: Your weekly news pics from the South East NOWRA: Brock Hayward from Bomaderry is leading the way at TAFE when it comes to heavy vehicle mechanics.MERIMBULA: Talk about the town … Simon Terry, of Merimbula, discusses CBD landscape plans with Tim Buykx, senior associate with council’s consultant Landscape Architect, Spiire, at a listening post outside Twyford Hall, Merimbula. PAMBULA: Robyn and John Gibbs, of the Sapphire Coast Apostolic Church were guest speakers at the World Day of Prayer celebrated at Christ Church, Pambula. MERIMBULA: Merimbula View Club celebrates International Women’s Day … Susan Stephenson, left, wearing a tunic from Guatamala, with Margaret Trianta, Pauline Neville, Monica Eddleston, Elaine Langdon, Andrea Smith, Barbara Hulme, Joyce McGill and Gwen Scorgie, all wearing costumes from Morocco. MERIMBULA: Loud and proud … car and trailer add a real splash of colour as it makes its way up Market Street Merimbula. The car was one of 210 cars in the Royal Automobile Club of Victoria’s (RACV) Fly the Flag eight day tour that chose to spend two nights in Merimbula.MERIMBULA: Charles Aggenbach, of Merimbula, shaved his blonde crop of hair for the Leukaemia Foundation. Mum, Barb Aggenbach isn't quite so happy with the new cut (but we bet she's still proud of her son) while hairdresser Peter Fox surveys his work.GERRINGONG: Paul Berry from Boyz 'n Berry (centre) with Greer Fulton, Sharon Conkey (front) Lorraine Jolley and Rosalie Cronin at the launch of the Gerringong CMRI Beatlemania night. BERMAGUI: The brand-new, word-class and simply stunning $1.7million Windsong Pavilion that now stands on the Four Winds music festival grounds south of Bermagui. Photo by Robert TacheciNAROOMA: The Narooma News was sent this fantastic shot of local Narooma commercial fisherman Ben McCulloch crossing the Narooma bar.The shot was taken by Kris Armstrong from the Coastal Comfort Motel. NAROOMA: F-Patrol members who recently received the a NSW Branch Winner of Rescue of the Month award for January after rescuing a tourist in the surf were Stan Gorton, Kim Newbold, Rod Patmore and Glenn Bywater, who on the day was relieving for patrol captain Roger Adams.NAROOMA: Painting the giant serpent kite for the Narooma Oyster Festival coming up on April 5-6 are Dorothy Noble, Tony Pye, Chris Perrott, Oung Niennattrakul, Judy Glover, June Welsh and Christal Bray.NAROOMA: Nick Cowley and his boss Benn Bolton clean the catch after returning from another fishing trip to Montague Island.NAROOMA: Getting ready for this weekend’s big Narooma Public School 125th anniversary are original 100th anniversary committee members John Philip, Myra Wright, Elaine Noble and Sylvia Gauslaa, joined by the current school captains Ethan Anderson, Emma Jackson and Geena Thomas. COOMA: It was cold and windy for Cooma’s annual Multicultural Festival but Bronwyn got into the spirit of things by performing a Buasavanh ‘heavenly lotus’ tribal belly dance showing Indian, Flamenco and North African gypsy dance influences.COOMA: Students took a step back in time as 200 classic, vintage and veteran cars rolled through town from Victoria as part of the annual Fly the Flag tour. COOMA: Bredbo author KL (Karen) Clark (right) launched her latest book, Haine and the Hunter, at a local bookstore with proprietor Marlene Miller. EDEN: Michelle Beattie (left) and Stan Soroka have again been recognised by expert judges, with Eden Smokehouse bagging eight medals at the 2014 Sydney Royal Fine Food Show. EDEN: Sculptor Darren Mongta, with his prize-winning serpents, which won him the South East Arts encouragement award at Bermagui’s Sculpture on the Edge.TOMAKIN: Allan Brown has lost count of the number of qualifications he has gained in his 74 years, but his certificate 2 in commercial cookery ranks up there as one of the toughest. Mr Brown was one of 250 students who graduated from the Moruya TAFE campus on Wednesday night. EDEN: Cruise Eden representatives (from left) Marge Snijder and Gail Ward, with Member for Bega Andrew Constance, Deputy Premier Andrew Stoner, Sapphire Coast Tourism board member Jenny Robb, and Bega Valley Shire mayor Bill Taylor in front of the Breakwater wharf that will be extended thanks to funding from the three tiers of government.EDEN: Debbie Jardine has been rewarded with $3000 and an all-expenses paid trip to Sydney on the weekend for her efforts in going that extra mile for residents at Bupa Eden Aged Care.EDEN: Paramedics work to stabilise 63-year-old John Hallinan after he was hit by a car towing a caravan on Monday afternoon in Eden. BATEMANS BAY: Catalina resident Bob Hogan took the unusual step of posting wanting signs around Catalina earlier this month after his home was targeted in a brazen break-in.ILLAWARRA:Three years after the 2011 floods, the issue of flooding has still not been addressed at Surf Rider Caravan Park. Pictured is resident Marie McCormickSHELLHARBOUR: Gail Bailey (Warrawong), Susan Ellem (Lake Illawarra) and Lynda Klein (Albion Park) have all survived breast cancer. They will participate in the Shellharbour Relay for Life March 22-23. KIAMA: Lake Illawarra Local Area Command will establish a memorial wall for fallen police officers on National Police Remembrance Day in September. Pictured are Melissa Brotherson and sons Ewen and Blake. Melissa’s first husband Robert Brotherson was killed in 2002. WOLLONGNG: Amanda Griffiths, of Barrack Heights, is travelling to Denver for a World Balloon ConventionKIAMA: Kiama’s Farmers’ Market organisers have been granted an interest free loan from the Kiama Show Society for 'seed funding for further promotion of the market. Pictured are organisers Tricia Ashelford and Fiona Weir Walmsley.KIAMA: Gerringong League players shaving their heads in memory of team mate Luke Fownes. (back L-R) Matt Fownes, Ryan Staples, Front (L-R) Keenan Hobbs and Keiran Quinn. KIAMA: World's Greatest Shave Success Kiama High School teacher Nigel Dixon and students Joey Timbs, Luke Munro, Matt Panecasio, Mitch Eastment, Andy Webb And Robert Vaughan. KIAMA: World's Greatest Shave participant Rona Wall. BEMBOKA: Group 16 launched its 2014 rugby league season with a Nines tournament at Bemboka. The Moruya Sharks romped home to claim the title. WOLUMLA:Former Australian gymnastics representative Alison Czolijhas launched a new gymnastics academy on the Far South Coast.BEGA: Grand Hotel poker tournament hosts Dani-Maree Cuttle and her partner Darrin Blanch shaved and coloured their hair in support of the Leukaemia Foundation’s World’s Greatest Shave fundraiser.BEGA: A workshop held in Bega this week taught the basics of making cheese and yoghurt simply and cheaply at home.BEGA: A team of Sapphire Coast Anglican College students are among a group of budding businesspeople taking part in an IT entrepreneurs startup camp this weekend. ULLADULLA: Dee Clancy lives close to the Milton CBDand said her ability to regularly ride to the library on her motor scooter was one of the key reasons she moved to the town.ULLADULLA: Paramedics, police and NSW Fire and Rescue personnel attend to injured bodyboarder John Wolfson after his collision with a dolphin near Bawley Point on Monday.ULLADULLA: Patrick Thaiday from the Bangarra Dance Company teachers South Coast high school boys the steps to a dance at Ulladulla High School on Monday.ULLADULLA: Conal, Poppy, Jasper and Ionna McCarthy are joined by Heather Fittler from the Capital Chemist, and Carmin Sullivan and Mary Lamb from the Milton Hospital Auxiliary, as they present gifts to the Milton Show baby.TweetFacebook of ╳exitThe story GALLERY: Your weekly news pics from the South East first appeared on South Coast Register.