BERMAGUI: Bermagui Preschool director Narelle Myers says she is blown away after being named a finalist in the National Excellence in Teaching Awards.
BEGA: Chick Schorobura from Zauner Constructions and South East Regional Hospital senior project director Michael Brooks celebrate the announcement the main works DA has been approved.
TATHRA: Monster swells batter the Tathra Wharf as wild weather caused havoc on the roads and damaged homes up and down the south coast on Tuesday.
BEGA: Members of the NSW Nurses and Midwives Association, including Bega's Diane Lang (seated, far left), march in Sydney as part of a global day of action.
FROGS HOLLOW: The Sapphire Coast Kart Club is ecstatic after being selected to host the 2014 Australian Karting Association's NSW State Championships.
PAMBULA: It was a night of magical mystical madness at Lumen Christi’s disco and pictured are Joanna Pascoe and Domenica Papalia.
MERIMBULA: 140 year celebrations for Merimbula’s Old School Museum. Alan Scrymgeour gave a fascinating talk.
BOMBALA: Emma Field of the Weekly Times enjoyed the Landcare Spring Dinner held in Bombala with SRI Landcare Chair Robert Belcher, guest speaker Charles Massy and wife Fiona.
PAMBULA: Spring Fashion Fever goes to their heads as Imlay House Auxiliary prepares for annual fashion parade fundraiser.
MERIMBULA: Book characters spring off the page at Merimbula Public School’s Book Week celebrations.
ULLADULLA: Mollymook scrap metal sculptor Jodhi Doyle is entering his works for the first time in the Escape ARTfest that starts this weekend, and is hoping to win the lucrative RIPE or SOAP prize - or both!
MERIMBULA: Several Bombala talents were on show as part of the Short +Sweet Festival held in Merimbula. Best Overall Production went to ‘James Evans vs The Crown’, featuring Michael Gromer, Cheska Winterson, Robert Buck, Andy Brown and Delegate’s Jonathan Bignell as Stinky.
ULLADULLA: The annual Blessing of the Fleet Festival draws huge crowds to the region and in the past has attracted state government funding because of its importance as a major tourism event, yet it and other events being held in the Milton Ulladulla region were not included in a publication to promote the state’s major events.
BROULEE: Emotions ran high in Eurobodalla's schools this week as year 12 students said farewell. Pictured is Carroll College's class of 2013.
NOWRA: Federal and state fisheries officers seize a computer from a trawler during a raid at Greenwell Point wharf on Thursday. NOWRA: A dragonboat crew paddl;es into shore during a regatta on the Shoalhaven River last Sunday.
ULLADULLA: Ulladulla High School student Timothy Shoebridge has shown he has one of the top young science minds in the nation, being named a top scorer in the Big Science Competition.
BOMBALA: According to a new government report, the population in areas marked red (including the Bombala district) is predicted to decline, while areas marked in green are predicted to increase in population. The darker the shading, the greater the increase or decrease in population.
ULLADULLA: Mollymook Surf Club captain is one of hundreds of members who will be patrolling beaches over the coming months.
BATEMANS BAY: A Catalina couple had an early wake-up call on Tuesday when a violent wind storm tore off the roof of their house. Gordon Patterson (pictured) watched on as SES crews tarped his home.
DEUA RIVER VALLEY: Two working holiday makers had an experience they will never forget this week when they were rescued from a farm which was cut off by the raging Deua River. Jon Caldwell and Angela Heldon is pictured with Westpac Life Saver helicopter crew Euan McKenzie, Rob Wildman and Harley Dengate.