GALLERY: Southern Inlands this week | May 16 May 16, 2014, 11:04 p.m.Tweet Print Story The week in review in pictures, from Fairfax Media newspapers across the NSW Southern Inlands. GALLERY: Southern Inlands this week | May 16 COOMA: It was a classic Mother's Day in Jindabyne on Sunday as hundreds turned out for the annual fun run to raise money for breast cancer research. Close to $10,000 was raised as part of the event.BRAIDWOOD: Braidwood CWA ladies with knits to go north to Tennant Creek NT. Photo BRAIDWOOD TIMES.BRAIDWOOD: Caroola Permaculture farm open dayBRAIDWOOD: Caroola Permaculture Farm open DayCOOMA: Honour of a lifetime: Inspector and commander of Cooma RFS Langdon Gould (right) congratulates Graham Povey on the award of life membership to the Colinton RFS.COOMA: Europe was the classroom for a group of Monaro High School students, who participated in a 16 day history study tour recently combining work and fun.COOMA: After years of waiting Snowy Mountains residents will soon have a public bus service. Pictured are Tourism Snowy Mountains board member Joan Bird with Member for Monaro John Barilaro.COOMA: Cooma's Josh Alford picked up five gold medals at the Brazil Para Swimming Championships in Sao Paulo recently. He is pictured with his father Bob and president of the Cooma Swimming Club Donna Saddler.COOTAMUNDRA: Sports Foundation dinner guest speaker Gordon Bray (centre), best known for calling nearly 400 rugby internationals including all seven World Cups, was at home talking football with local rugby enthusiasts Geoff Byrne (left) and Rob Brown, who attended the dinner on behalf of the Cootamundra Rugby Club.CROOKWELL: Surrounded by friends and family Jess Hammond married her fiancé Craig Writer. Blessed with a sparkling sunny day, the couple took their vows overlooking Jess’s home on the family property “Glen Oak” at Bigga. Much to the delight of their guests Jess arrived on her horse Tinkerbell. CROOKWELL: The newly built amenities block at the Laggan Memorial Hall, venue for the Laggan Markets.CROOKWELL: Senior Constable Dave Marr, Licensing Inspector Senior Constable Phil Anderson, Senior Constable Eric Woods, Leading Senior Constable Scott Hunter, Local Area Commander Superintendant Zoran Dzevlan and Local Area Inspector Rob PostCROOKWELL: Mr Hudson, Barry Jamieson and Mrs Needham in front of the new driver training car. The program is now in its 40th year and is the only one that has run continually throughout this time in the state. PRINCIPLE of Spackman Motors, Mr Barry Jamieson has helped to provide the Crookwell High School with a brand new driver training car for the use of students learning to drive. Mr Jamieson has been an advocate for this program for the past 40 years. GOULBURN: Missing fisherman Peter Oberg loved fishing from the age of three and pursued the sport nearly every weekend. He was pictured here in 2006 with a Yellow Kingfish on Beecroft Peninsula at Jervis Bay. Photo courtesy Andrew Oberg.GOULBURN: Peter Oberg took this photo of John Keith and Damon Thorpe fishing from a calm Sugarloaf Point just one hour before being swept away by a freak wave.GOULBURN: All the pomp and ceremony of the Masonic Debutante Ball was back last weekend. Photo DARRYL FERNANCE.MARULAN: A truck driver was charged at an inspection station near Goulburn after cash and drugs were allegedly located in his vehicle on Sunday. Photo Andrew Micallef, Wide Area Communications. GOULBURN: The city bid a sad farewell to beloved teacher and cricket coach Rod McCabe this week. Photo supplied.GOULBURN: The trailblazing U17 Goulburn girls league side in action against Gungahlin. Photo Darryl Fernance GOULBURN POST.GOULBURN: It was chilly but had all the fun of the fair t the North Goulburn Public School family fun day and fireworks. Photo Darryl Fernance, GOULBURN POST.GOULBURN: Member for Goulburn Pru Goward joined the Super Mother's Day Classic walk. Photo Darryl Fernance, GOULBURN POST.HARDEN: THIS photograph of the sun with a giant ring around it was taken by Aileen Glover on Friday afternoon. The Bureau of Meteorology says the ring is called a halo, which is a coloured or whitish ring around and extending outwards from the sun (or moon) when seen through a high level ice crystal cloud.HARDEN: Pat O'Conner, Oxton Park Pty,Ltd, says this year is shaping up as one of the best seasons seen in years.JINDABYNE: Cheers all around at the CountryLink announcement at Jindabyne on May 9.JINDABYNE: With a winning mix of snow, sublime music, puppets, performance, tall tales and tobogganing, Perisher is the place to be for families this June Long Weekend with all children under 15 free at Peak Festival. Pictured - Somesing Laik Zat.HORSE riders, bushwalkers, mountain bikers and community members gathered to celebrate the formal opening of 22km of Bicentennial National Trail known as Boardmans Run which has been re-routed in Kosciuszko National Park to take it off the main road. Riders setting out from Tom Groggin Horse Camp. Photo: Lucy Morrell.JINDABYNE: Dalgety Women's Day guest speaker Denise Drysdale.QUEANBEYAN: Queanbeyan Fire Station officer Mark Beachcroft (left) and firefighter Alex Bird are looking forward to meeting and educating members of the Queanbeyan community at the Fire Station Ope Day this Saturday.QUEANBEYAN: Australia's favourite tradie and Gold Logie-winner Scott Cam will be on hand to meet new Googongians at the Googong Family Fun Day this Sunday, May 18. The new township outside Queanbeyan is now open to residents and will eventually be home to 16,000 people.QUEANBEYAN: Carwoola mates Darren Skuse and Matt Marais are putting the 'fun' back into fundraising with their new venture, Two Blokes, travelling from Perth to Darwin in a beat-up 1984 BMW to raise money for cancer research.YASS: Rae Burgess Centre trustee Ron Badger with Judie Stearman. The centre deals with a large number of local clients struggling with homelessness. Photo: Oliver Watson.YASS: Yass Redbacks forward Tim Coughlan performed well during his side's 2-1 loss on Saturday. Photo: RS Williams.YASS: After his monumental efforts organising the Woo Back Heavy Horse Ploughing world record attempt, Chris Broers was given 'Prince'. The clydesdale was previously owned by Craig Pollock and Anne Stewart. Photo: Leisa Doggett.YASS: Murrumbateman winemaker Graeme Shaw will develop 108 lots in Murrumbateman after his application was approved at a special planning meeting on Wednesday night. Photo: Oliver Watson.YOUNG: Jailed, then bailed: Just hours after being sentenced to nine months in prison for drug supply, with a non-parole period of two, a Young grandmother and long-time foster mother has been granted bail after lodging an appeal.YOUNG: Junior Soccer gala day: The Young Junior Lions Soccer Club finally got the chance to host their gala day at Gus Smith Oval on the weekend, giving little Zara Hewson the opportunity to get involved. YOUNG: It’s been a tough couple of years for local industry in Young, but there are hopes to turn that around with the launch of a new mustard seed oil company which aims to link Young to lucrative export markets throughout Asia, generating jobs for locals in the process. YOUNG: Young’s Cherrypicker centre Jack Hetherington, just 17 years old, is among Group 9’s best of the best, selected to play in the Group 9 versus Group 20 rugby league match this weekend.YOUNG: Year 2 student from St Mary's Primary School Hayley Cafe told the audience at the school's Mother’s Day morning tea last week what her mum likes. YOUNG: IT’S National Volunteer Week this week (May 12-18) and we thought one way to celebrate and thank all the volunteers in Young was by showcasing just some of the hundreds we have. The Southern Cross Retirement Village is one of the 22 volunteering committees local woman Helen Waugh has been involved in over the last 15 years.TweetFacebook of ╳exitThe story GALLERY: Southern Inlands this week | May 16 first appeared on Goulburn Post.