The week that was May 4-May 10: PHOTOS May 10, 2014, 12:33 p.m.Tweet Print Story The newsmakers, breakers and shakers as captured by Fairfax mastheads across the country this week. The week that was May 4-May 10: PHOTOS Ray Mjadwesch carries the male kangaroo from Cook Park on Wednesday. Photo: Steve Gosch, Central Western Daily, OrangeMuddy buddies have “fun” at a Tamworth obstacle course. Pic: Northern Daily LeaderBruce Douglas with ' Milly' who willl take part in the Million Paws Walk. Photo by Chris McCormack, Bayside BulletinFriends of Scotty Campbell including, from left, Lizzie Hill, Chris Ash, Scott Newberry, Bart Leach, Dave Caldwell and Cath Leach are preparing to flock to the field and also frock up to raise awareness of depression in memory of their late mate. Photo: Barry Smith, Northern Daily Leader, Tamworth A multimedia photographic installation featuring images taken in Boorowa is set to feature as part of the Head on Photo Festival this weekend. Image by photographer/artist Stuart Garske. Pic: Boorowa NewsJulie Denyer perfectly captures the weather and her dad, Dave on the trail. Pic: Moree ChampionMargaret Black. Picture: Sylvia Liber, Illawarra MercuryKarryn Davis from Teamo Teahouse with some of the sweet treats it sold for the Biggest Morning Tea fundraiser. Photo: Geoff O’Neill, Northern Daily Leader, TamworthA crane has toppled on to a a house in Treendale. Photo by Justin Rake. Pic via Bunbury MailNoah Elward, Emily Wilson and Emma Innes are all vying for selection in Newton Moore Senior High School’s high performance sports program and are pictured with Slammers coaches and players Amy Patton and Clive Weedon. Pic: Bunbury MailBen Cox with Gordon Morrison in the background. Picture: Jeremy Bannister, The Courier, BallaratMedia call for Illawarra Performing Arts Centre production Lake. Pic: Illawarra MercuryLachlan McLeod and Marissa Pitt enjoy working with kids at the centre. Picture: Kirk Gilmour, Illawarra MercuryOur Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary School kinder kids Lara Laycock (left) and Felicity Downward with some cupcakes they have made their mothers for Mother's Day. Pic: The Advocate, TasmaniaBurnie Athletic Club president Bruce Jackson said the carnival is safe. Pic: The Advocate, TasmaniaFund-raising runners Tim Blair (left) and Shane Taylor at the Devonport Surf Club where it all began. Picture: Stuart Wilson, The Advocate, TasmaniaIsaac Gates, 11, of Highclere with Ellie the 4 week old jersy calf at Agfest. Photo by Scott Gelston, The Examiner, TasmaniaMay the 4th - International Star Wars Day. Stormtrooper Nick Bishop, Jedi Dan Chugg, Sith Anita Gillman and Jawa Tee Kay gear up for May the 4th. Photo by Scott Gelston, The Examiner, TasmaniaLocals took the chance to don a hat and get into the spirit of the Boorowa Picnic Races. Pic: Boorowa NewsMuddy buddies have “fun” at a Tamworth obstacle course. Pic: Northern Daily LeaderFriday night at the Bathurst Royal Show. PHOTO: Zenio Lapka, Western Advocate, BathurstSangriel Sio, 7, and Ava Ward, 6, enjoy the fruits of a visit to Max Davidson’s orchard. Photo: Steve Gosch, Central Western Daily, OrangeAmelia Williams, 3, dances with The Wiggles' only female member Emma at Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre. Pic: Louise Donges, Daily Liberal, DubboLyn and Peter Smyth, of Port Elliot, enjoyed the trip back in time on at the British Classic Tour in Victor Harbor. Pic: Victor Harbor TimesA man was taken to hospital after a crash at Dubbo. Pic: Louise Donges, Daily Liberal, DubboFedUni performing arts student Mitchell Wills will reenact parts of Ballarat’s history for Heritage Weekend. Picture: Ballarat CourierTriathletes took to the streets of Port Macquarie for Ironman Australia 2014 and the crowds lapped it up. Pic: Nigel McNeil, Port Macquarie NewsTeman Hussen, owner of Ballarat's first African and Ethiopian restaurant Café Merkama. Picture: Lachlan Bence, The Courier, BallaratRyan Anderson was one of the thousand-odd students who are graduating at Federation University. Picture: Jeremy Bannister, The Courier, Ballarat Gretel Purser from CSU Green, Bathurst mayor Gary Rush and CSU Bathurst Campus manager Peter Scott. Photo: Phill Murray, Western Advocate, BathurstEnjoying football in the mud, Brauer College students Jindara Chatfield, 12, Asha Fox, 12, Georgia Billings, 13, and Hayley Dowling, 13. Picture: Rob Gunstone, The Standard, WarrnamboolHenry Smith pulls ahead of (from left) Callum Gallagher, Bella Olsson and Bailey Wilton at the Bega Valley Family Day Care Cup. Pic: Bega District NewsWarrnambool Million Paws Walk supporters include Ava Dempsey, 4, with Fletcher the Golden Retreiver. Pic: The Standard, WarrnamboolBliss N Eso in front of a packed crowd at the Wagga Showground. Pic: Kieren L Tilly, Daily Advertiser, WaggaHenwood Park Hawks players Natalie Creed (left), Ben Schmind, Mikaela Tori, Brad Ingram and Danika Sadleir with their blue hair. The Hawks will be playing four home games at Rawlings Park with blue hair to raise awareness of myalgic encephalomyelitis. Picture: Kieren L Tilly, Daily Advertiser, WaggaRuby Ceeney, 9 (from left), Priyah Ceeney, 9, Baxter Ceeney, 9, mum Suzy Lawler, Archer Ceeney, 7, and Harry Ceeney, 9, will feel the pinch if the Abbott government axes the Multiple Birth Allowance in Tuesday’s federal budget announcement. Picture: Laura Hardwick, Daily Advertiser, WaggaMargaret Smith, Deb Hammer, Maree West and Nichole Hammer. Picture: Jim Aldersey, Benidgo Advertiser Maitland Roller Girl organisers Makayla Read and Hayley Miles. Pic Maitland MercuryTweetFacebook of ╳exitThe newsmakers, breakers and shakers as captured by Fairfax mastheads across the country this week.