CANDELO: The main streets of Candelo have this week been transformed to reflect Australia in the 1920s, as filming continues for the movie Life Class.
COOMA: The weather is slowly warming up and that means it’s time to make a splash at the Cooma Festival Swimming Pool, which has opened for the season. Pictured are pool manager Lorraine Alford and lifeguard Kirstin Thomas.
NAROOMA: Great Southern Blues Festival organiser Neil Mumme and site manager Nigel Cox check out the site including the two big top tents and Neil points to the winds experienced early this week in a gesture for it to settle down.
MERIMBULA: A fictional story by Sapphire Coast author Melissa-Jane Pouliot, about a missing Australian teenager appears on the home page of the Australian Federal Police's missing persons website. Photo: Angi High
COOMA: Cooma schoolgirl Sarah Nicholson is on her way to represent Australia in the Commonwealth Karate Games in Montreal, Canada, next week. She is coached by her father, Richard.
PAMBULA: Young artists at Pambula Public School were busy making a mural.
MERIMBULA: The Merimbula Probus Club members were looking very dapper recently when they headed out to Mandeni with spring on their minds. Hats of all descriptions, to welcome the warmer weather, were made including some very inventive ones.
COOMA: Cooma Ex-Services Club celebrated Oktoberfest in style with the help of the Cooma District Band whose members Rob, Rowena and Michael who got into the swing of things.
BOMBALA: Best Family Day Care Educator in the 2013 Excellence in Family Day Care Awards has gone to Bombala’s Yvonne Ingram, with Cody Bruce, Stephanie Richardson, Chloe Irvin, Cooper Fleming and Sam Richardson all happy to vouch for “Onnie”!
TUROSS HEAD: Bonds will be tested in the Garner family this Sunday when the Roosters go up against Manly.
PAMBULA: Poultry breeder, Tabitha Bilaniwskyj-Zarins, of Candelo had the audience glued to her every move as she showed them how to wash a chook.
BOMBALA: The NSW Rural Fire Service declared the start of the statutory Bush Fire Danger Period for areas across the Monaro this week, warning that alternate heat sources such as mowers and other machinery can cause fires.
BATEMANS BAY: Surf Beach's Wendy Harris has been nominated for a 2013 NSW Carer of the Year Award. She is pictures with her 15-year-old daughter Laura.
CANDELO: Lead actor Christoph Trudschel (playing George) catches up with Candelo local and extra Warrick Wilton during filming for the Life Class this week in Candelo.
BEGA: Irene and Lindsay Newton reflect on their wedding day. The couple celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on Thursday.
NAROOMA: A single-vehicle accident near Tilba Tilba south of Narooma closed the Princes Highway last Friday morning. A Jeep that was being towed behind the Commodore is obscured behind the trailer.
BEGA: Cancer Council NSW's Sally Hudson (left) and Sarah Flynn are excited about Pink Ribbon Day.
BEGA: Inspecting the honour guard at National Police Remembrance Day is (from left) Inspector Jason Edmunds with Member for Bega and Mayor Bill Taylor.
EDEN: The Lady Nelson receives support from Eden Water Police after experiencing engine trouble near Disaster Bay.
MOGO: Mogo Zoo topped the Tripadvisor list of popular Australian zoos.
EDEN: Growers coordinator Barbara Greenwood with grower Vicki Barber.
TOMERONG: Chairman of the Tomerong Community Forum Peter Allison is pleased that his home town will not be divided by state electoral boundaries.
COTTAGE KITCHEN: Having a chat in the River Cottage Australia kitchen with host Paul West and his girlfriend Alicia Cordia are University of Sydney Business School students who are investigating how the region can leverage opportunities as a result of the TV series.
Eden Whale Festival Open Gardens organiser Sandra Symonds is excited about the two day event on October 26 and 27.Eden Whale Festival Open Gardens organiser Sandra Symonds is excited about the two day event on October 26 and 27.
NOWRA: Member for Gilmore Ann Sudmalis after the declaration of the poll in Gilmore on Friday pictured with supporters Pam Coles, Joanna Gash, Julia Guy and Greens candidate Terry Barratt.
TILBA: Inaugural South Coast Knife Show organiser Iain Hamilton is pictured with River Cottage hosts Paul West and Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall and the knives he made for them on the television show. The knife show is at Central Tilba this Sunday from 10am to 4pm.
KIAMA: Glenn Haworth aimed for his second world record on Friday. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON
NAROOMA: Little Hamish Guihot, 2, of Narooma is in Randwick Hospital awaiting the results of the next round of medical tests. The community is being asked his parents with the medical bills.
NAROOMA: Narooma Rotarians Chris O’Brien and Angie Ulrichsen are taking orders for Narooma’s Christmas whales and are pictured holding one the smaller whales available to hang on or inside local businesses.
JERVIS BAY: Locals tried every vantage point to see the International Fleet Review.
ULLADULLA: Zac Cvetkovic will lose his dreadlocks on Sunday to raise funds for his mate Kiarn Roughley.
NAROOMA: Benjamin Safari jumps for joy over in WA after finishing the latest leg of his epic solo walk across the Great Australian Bight.
NOWRA: Butcher Wayne Kennedy and North Nowra customer Pym Bennett at the North Nowra Shopping Centre, which sold for a healthy $4.7m.
BOMBALA: Paramedics treated a Bombala patient following a funnel web spider bite last week, warning locals that both snakes and spiders are now more active in the warmer weather.