KIAMA: Shellharbour Public School and the P&C are holding a performance to raise money for the Roo theatre. Former student Kyle Dean (centre) is the lead performer playing Tulsa, pictured with students James O'Brien, Kingsley Coster, Charlotte. Picture DYLAN ROBINSON
NOWRA: Saturday night’s fireworks at the Shoalhaven River Festival have some of the community calling for more. Photo: HOWARD MITCHELL
PAMBULA: Enjoying the Spring Fever luncheon and fashion parade were Back: Helen Williamson, left, Bev Elliott, Kate Smith, Bev Byard, Pat Raymond, Joy Dawson, with front: Margaret Munn, left, Gail Gould, Lyn Dason and Heather Comerford.
KIAMA: Impressive blooms were order of the day at the Illawarra Rose Society Spring Rose Show at Jamberoo. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON
LONG BEACH: The Landcare community is mourning the death of dedicated volunteer Alison Baird, who died unexpectedly on holiday in the Northern Territory on Sunday.
CANDELO: Shirley Watson, 72, is surprisingly keen to have her head shaved on Sunday in support of Bega Valley Can Assist. "I'll be bald, who cares!" she says.
MORUYA: Felicity Burdett will play at this weekend's Riverside Rock Festival - her first Australian performance since the tragic loss of her two daughters and their father in a car accident last year.
MERIMBULA: Merimbula RFS member Nicole Cooper with Geoff Perry, winch operator after Nicole was winched in by helicopter to help fight the fire in Deua National Park.
MERIMBULA: Merimbula artist Pamela Collins named among the top 10 Australian artists featured in September's Australian Artist magazine.
COOMA: Residents in the outlying Cooma community of Shannons Flat organised a special family Spring Dance in the community hall. There was plenty of fun and games as shown by the Brayshaw family of Yaouk who enjoyed a family jig – Tim and Anna, Heidi and Riley.
MERIMBULA: Eden Marine High School marine studies students Kane Kirby, left, Joshua Wungluck, Eli Furnell, Mitchell Farrell, Lachlan Cody, Harrison Warne and teacher Mr Blair who created a delicious seafood lunch for the school's hosting of the Secondary Principals' meeting.
BEGA: Bega paramedic Rhys Tamatea and district inspector Bob Whitney are looking forward to the $2.8 million new ambulance station to be built alongside the South East Regional Hospital.
COOMA: Cooma Mayor Dean Lynch (right) has just returned from a fact finding trip to China to investigate opportunities for increasing Chinese tourism. He is pictured with Bombala Mayor Bob Stewart (centre) and former local Hugh Kater at the statue of Mao Zedong as a youth on Orange Island, China.
KIAMA: Lake Illawarra police officer Senior Constable Scott Burgess coming 'under fire' from two girls with water pistols during the Oak Flats Billy Cart Derby. Picture: DAVID HALL
NOWRA: Senior Constable Craig Thompson and Senior Constable Paul Nancekivell form the Shoalhaven Local Area Police Command’s Bicycle Patrol Unit.
NAROOMA: Agricultural and firefighting helicopter pilot Steve Murray of Forest Air Helicopters in Albury secures his Vietnam-era Huey chopper for the night at the Narooma staging area. It was one seven firefighting helicopters based at Narooma this week.
NOWRA: Dairy farmers Brent Pepper and Tim Cochrane say a lack of practicality probably helped spell the demise of the ute.
MERIMBULA: Green Agriculture Innovation Award recipients (from left) Lynne Strong and Tanya Privitera were congratulated by GAIA organiser Dr Christine Jones at a gala dinner at the Merimbula Wharf Restaurant and Aquarium.
NAROOMA: One of the Narooma BoatsAfloat traditional boat festival organisers Mark Westwood on his boat Dulcie Rose that is currently being refurbished by the Narooma Wooden Boat Centre. The festival is on this weekend at Narooma.
KIAMA: Fun and games Jamberoo Public School fete. Picture DYLAN ROBINSON
MORUYA: The Tour da Country rolled into Moruya on Wednesday to raise awareness of healthy lifestyle choices in Aboriginal communities.
BEGA: Sapphire Coast Anglican College students make the final preparations on their custom-built mountain bike track before its official opening on Friday.
TATHRA: Family, friends and the community rallied behind Tathra local Duncan Waters, who is undergoing surgery and treatment for testicular and stomach cancer. Saturday's trivia night raised almost $8000.
COOMA: Fundraisers extraordinaire the Monaro Committee for Cancer Research (MCCR) is organising a special garden party at Coolringdon Homestead between Cooma and Berridale next week. It is a new initiative to raise funds for cancer services on the Monaro.
NAROOMA: Royal Australian Navy sailor Owen Gauslaa of Narooma had his ship HMAS Stuart turned into a fireworks platform during the International Fleet Review.
MERIMBULA: Ryan Campbell, of Merimbula, at the Australian Geographic Award night in Sydney after being named Young Adventurer of the Year. Pictured with Dr Karl Kruszelnicki.
NAROOMA: Motor Neurone Association ambassador Kathryn Ratcliffe and Jess Loudoun at the recent lingerie night held in Narooma.
BERMAGUI: About 20 of the shucked abalone seized by Fisheries officers at the recent bust north of Bermagui were undersized. Source NSW DPI