GALLERY: Our week through the lens Feb. 14, 2014, 2:05 p.m.Tweet Print Story A look back at the faces making news during the week ending February 14, 2014. GALLERY: Our week through the lens KIAMA: Rollerhawks guards Darren Hayes and Luke Pople in front of Shellharbour City Stadium which is finally having roof repairs. PICTURE DYLAN ROBINSONBEGA: Bega AP&H Society vice-president Jacinta Day and president Norm Pearce clown around ahead of this weekend’s Far South Coast National Show. KIAMA: Daisy the Cow is deteriorating and council are considering options for the Kiama icon, such as making a fibreglass replica. Daisy is pictured with Phyl Lobl who wrote a book about her. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSONBEGA: A group of concerned parents and supporters are pushing for a more appropriate family-friendly play area in Bega and planned to approach the council with ideas. KIAMA: Manager of road safety technology at Transport for NSW, Kiama’s John Wall has helped to develop a new app called Speed Adviser, letting people know the speed limit wherever they are. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSONKIAMA: Local identity – petrol station owner Fred Addison was back in town to visit. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSONMORUYA: Preschools in Moruya and Batemans Bay have been chosen for $44 million project linking 38 rural community education providers to the University of Wollongong. Smart boards, smart tables and other technology will soon be installed. Pictured is Moruya Northside preschoolers Vivienne James, Neve Smart and Jack Vickers and Northside director Jo Grimmond. ULLADULLA: Dairy hand Jo McLaren at Milton’s Narrawilly farm that now supplies fresh milk to Parmalat Australia. KIAMA: Pride of the Illawarra Emergency Services launch at Albion Park Airport: Shellharbour Mayor Marianne Saliba, member for Wollongong Noreen Hay, Pride of the Illawarra committee chair Dot Henessey, 2013 award winner Wollongong Police' Robert Minns and Kiama councillor Neil Reilly. BEGA: While “Gnomegate” rages on, there can be only one winner of the people’s choice vote at this weekend’s Bega Show painted garden gnome competition, which is raising money for the RFS and VRA. TATHRA: Long-serving volunteer Betty Koellner (second from right) celebrates her public recognition with family at a ceremony this week. Ms Koellner and close friend Kevin Cole have been applauded for a life time of voluntary contribution to the town. KIAMA : Kiama Paramedic Shane Wicks, who registered as a bone marrow donor in 1997 has been found to be a match with a patient in urgent need of a donation.EUROBODALLA: Police seized nine kilograms of methylamphetamine, or ice, and arrested four Eurobodalla men for their alleged role in a major drug supply syndicate operating throughout NSW. ULLADULLA: Former Milton pharmacist Amanda Venables and Lian Zhao have started work at the Milton Medical Centre under the guidance of Dr Brett Thomson (centre) and other staff, as part of an Australian Government program training rural doctors. ULLADULLA: Deborah Adcock and daughter Freya from Lake Tabourie love going to the Milton Library, with Deborah saying the size and nature of the library allow her to feel safe looking around while her children amuse themselves reading and colouring in. ULLADULLA: Lake Conjola residents April Dowling (left), Richard McLatchies and Lakecare environment officer Col Ashford look on as Lakecare vice president Robyn Kerves presents a petition to Shoalhaven City Councillor Patricia White calling for sand in the waterway to be dredged. BATEMANS BAY: Demand for the University of Wollongong’s bachelor of nursing, offered from the Batemans Bay campus, was so strong that 34 students were this week accepted into the course, originally planned for 25. Pictured is Malinda Main, Teigan Fraser, Grace Brooks and Belinda McAuley. COBARGO: Cobargo Show Society committee member Graham Parr and his 163kg pumpkin that won Champion Agricultural Exhibit at the Cobargo Show. COBARGO: Renowned horseman Luke Mathie of Bodalla and his team impress the crowd with their show of horse control at the Cobargo Show. BERMAGUI: The actors playing Japanese soldiers and an official looking very authentic at the Wallaga Lake bridge on Monday for the filming of the Angelina Jolie film “Unbroken”. KIAMA: Shell Cove’s Duncan Meadley has an aggressive form of stomach cancer, and a young family. He wants to tell his story to help raise awareness of the Shellharbour Relay for Life. Picture DYLAN ROBINSON BERMAGUI: The film crew suspended above the water at Wallaga Lake bridge on Monday for the filming of the Angelina Jolie film “Unbroken”. TILBA: Anzac veteran and double amputee Bert Latimer, who was born at Tilba, pictured with his bus, Latimer’s Motor Service Royal Mail. His story will be part of the proposed display after the Tilba ANZAC service this year. NAROOMA: Australian Seabird Rescue volunteer Julie Dunn rescues another pelican in trouble. There is an ASR rescue workshop coming up at Narooma. Photo by Bonnie Cassen BATEMANS BAY: Bunnings has lodged a development application for a new warehouse store on the Princes Highway. Pictured is an artist’s impression of the proposed development. NAROOMA: Able Seaman Owen Gauslaa of Narooma with a nice trevally he caught this week during his time off on board his ship HMAS Stuart, moored at Garden Island, Sydney. NAROOMA: Fearless and tireless Marine Rescue Narooma members are out and about selling tickets for the Quintrex 390 fishing boat raffle drawn on Saturday. Pictured standing are Dennis Cox, Ronja Young and John Young, and seated are Diana Morgan and Gail Cox. TweetFacebook of ╳exitThe story GALLERY: Our week through the lens first appeared on Bay Post.