MERIMBULA: The Merimbula Public School "Futuristic Robots" Flash Mob stopped people in their tracks with their colour, movement and music.
EDEN: Eden Tigers Rugby League Club celebrated with the community on Saturday after the George Brown Memorial Oval Committee opened the most important of amenities - a new loo!
JINDABYNE: You never know who you will run into at the snow, and how accommodating they can be. A group of girls from Snowy Mountains Grammar School were selling Daffodil Day merchandise in Jindabyne when they spotted singer Delta Goodrem – and she willingly posed for a photo. The girls are Emily Caldwell, Breanna Clayton, Fenneke Bannister and Elise Symons.
NIMMITABEL: Work has started on construction of the $361 million Boco Rock wind farm at Nimmitabel. The first phase will comprise 67 turbines which should start generating electricity by December next year. On Tuesday there an official launch as the wind farm project partners, local dignitaries and community members celebrated the start of construction.
EDEN: As Eden's whale watching season steams ahead whale watching charter Cat Balou was awarded gold at the South Coast Tourism Awards on Wednesday night. Pictured is Ros Butt (left) who has operated the business with her husband Gordon for more than two decades.
MERIMBULA: Rotary Exchange students Odile Longueval (France), Clare Musgrave (Merimbula), and Sondre Olimb (Norway) embrace coast lifestyle.
EDEN: Tall ship The Yukon brings the East Coast Odyssey to Eden along with a team of scientists who are working to raise awareness of micro-plastic pollution. Pictured are Ornithologist Chris Sanderson, deckie Ewan Laidlaw, rigger Anatsasia Konstantinidis and owner captain David Nash aboard the Yukon at Snug Cove on Tuesday.
BOMBALA: Malcolm Lavender visited the primary schools of the Bombala district to deliver NSW Fire & Rescue's Education Program, sharing some fun learning throughout the four schools.
BOMBALA: War Memorial director Dr Brendon Nelson admires the $10,000 Hilda Rix Nicholas piece that was donated to the memorial by the Bombala RSL Sub-Branch, with the branch's President Rob Letts thrilled to share the work with the rest of the nation.
EDEN: Liberal candidate for Eden Peter Hendy with shadow minister for employment Senator Eric Abetz, POEM"s Rob Bain and Bega Valley Shire Council general manager Peter Tegart at Eden Wharf on Tuesday.
MERIMBULA: Hey, all you sleepy heads this is what you can see in Merimbula if you get up early enough! “It's the most beautiful and spectacular place I've ever lived in,” said photographer Chris Nicholls.
BOMBALA: The St Joseph's Primary School hosted an Open Afternoon in Bombala, with Matthew Farran and Jasper Bruce demonstrating a few circus skills as part of the day's many activities.
NOWRA: A battered and bruised Francois Beugels from North Nowra who was attacked on Sunday is helped into a media conference on Monday by Shoalhaven police.
BEGA: Bega Valley Meals on Wheels Plus celebrates its legion of volunteers - the "Diamonds" - as part of national Meals on Wheels Day.
NOWRA: Regional Landcare facilitator with Southern Rivers CMA agricultural extension Peter Pigott and Conservation Volunteers Australia regional manager Renae Riviere take a closer look at the mangrove forest at Berry’s Bay.
MERIMBULA: Maureen Spicer, 79, of Tura Beach, takes a break between laps as she trains to swim a kilometre.
BATEMANS BAY: Police inspect a Surfside home where a couple was robbed at gunpoint by two men who smashed through a window in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
BEGA: Aspiring young chef Kirra Parsons won gold at the HTN Apprentice Chef Culinary Competition - for the third year running. Kirra works at Vicolo Restaurant in Merimbula and studies at TAFE Illawarra Bega campus.
BEGA: Mumbulla School pupils got a little damp in a rare day of wet weather, but still enjoyed their French-inspired "Tour de Bega".
MORUYA: Kylie Gilligan and Michelle Mitchell have begun a Eurobodalla branch of the Australian Breastfeeding Association for mums looking for extra support and advice.
BATEMANS BAY: Meals on Wheels Eurobodalla volunteers Neil Benson, director Les Carter, Ernie Gee, Keith Doran and Tom Buckley packed about 400 meals on Wednesday for the weekly delivery. Meals on Wheels turned 60 in Australia on August 28.
ULLADULLA: Run, skip or roll into Sportspower and Toyworld and see Ian Harding, Karen Basile (AKA Spiderman), Alison and Glen Murray for great savings throughout the store this weekend as part of Milton Ulladulla District Market Days.
NOWRA: Ann Sudmalis, far right, slips up with a comment about workplace reform being on the Coalition agenda for after the election at Wednesday’s candidates forum in Bomaderry.
NAROOMA: Narooma Chamber of Commerce and Tourism president Orit Karny Winters works on the Christmas whale decorations last week with Narooma Men’s Shed members Alan Duff and Rob Atkinson.
ULLADULLA: Turia Pitt and partner Michael Hoskins are looking forward to the future after Turia removed the mask that had been helping to heal the burns she suffered during an untramarathon race in 2011. Photo courtesy 60 Minutes.
NOWRA: Doris Blinman, a champion of Kangaroo Valley who passed away on Sunday.
ULLADULLA: Motocross and BMX racing is being staged in Burrill Lake on October 26 when the Flair Riders Freestyle Trials Show arrives.
BERMAGUI: Illawarra Youth Landcare volunteers recently helped The Crossing Land Education Trust create wildlife corridors in the Coolagolite Creek area. Josh Chazaro, Max Jackson and Sarah Ramthun wheel new plants to the creek.
COOMA: Cooma’s very own fashion retailer Birdsnest has won the Best Customer Service Experience category in the Australian Online Retail Industry Awards. In accepting the award Birdsnest founder Jane Cay said: “Customer experience is what we’re all about – we love making our bird smile.” Birdsnest staff are pictured at the awards ceremony.
NAROOMA: Gathered around the stunning stringybark and ironbark island bench made by Lachlan Carey are Narooma High School technology students Nathan Batten, Jaymin Lobo, Alex Krantz, Tim Watson and Lachlan himself.
TILBA: The new bar at The Dromedary Hotel is the same as the old bar as can be seen in the photo held by Scott Elton taken 40 years ago showing his grandfather Jack Whiffen and a group of mates at the bar. In the background is his uncle Garry Whiffen.
NAROOMA: One of the boys after her first season with the Narooma Numnutz winter swimmers, swimmer Dawn Critcher on Sunday is joined by two comeback kids – Scott Cavanagh who managed his first swim after a broken leg and Podge Rogerson who has been away on a four-month family road trip.
WALLAGA: Pictured with the environmental collage are Little Yuin Pre-School at Wallaga Lake students Tahj, Zayne, Krislyn, Sophie, Madison, Chloe (at the back), Bradley (at the front) Skarlette, Waruu, Leo and Thomas.
TATHRA: A runaway school bus in Tathra - thankfully empty - caused significant damage when it rolled backwards, hitting a parked car before rolling through someone's front yard.
ULLADULLA: An Australian fur seal took up residence in Ulladulla Harbour last week, with seals being regular visitors to the inner harbour in recent times.
EDEN: Need some edible inspiration? Eden Marine High School celebrated Book Week with a bake off - see the full gallery at http://www.edenmagnet.com.au/story/1723159/gallery-eden-students-bake-a-book-competition/?cs=658