Mega Gallery: The Week in Pictures June 7, 2014, 9:33 a.m.Tweet Print Story NATIONAL: The best snaps from our photographers. Mega Gallery: The Week in Pictures Dog trainers Luke Hura and Rebecca Faulkner with Ky the Mareema. Picture: ROB GUNSTONE, The StandardSiblings Monique, 11, Ryleigh, 8, and Kaitlyn Brown, 5, are excited for Kirkstall's biscuit bake off. Picture: VICKY HUGHSON, The StandardA pelican sits on a canoe at Warrnambool Lake Pertobe Reserve. Picture: DAMIAN WHITE, The StandardLaunceston's Cameron Jagoe was one of hundreds who showed their displeasure for the federal budget at a rally in Prince's Square. Picture: Geoff Robson, The ExaminerA cute and furry face at Launceston's RSPCA Tasmania care shelter. Picture: Geoff Robson, The ExaminerTasRail train driver Craig Osborne urged drivers to treat railway level crossings with respect, saying 'The next level crossing I go past could change my life forever'. Picture: Phillip Biggs, The ExaminerSpotted quoll babies are one of many native species under threat from feral cats, says Tasmania Zoo owner Dick Warren. Picture: Phillip Biggs, The ExaminerEmergency management officer Bev Allen and a slightly unrealistic pooch remind pet owners not to forget their furry friends when it comes to preparing their emergency plans. Picture: Scott Gelston, The ExaminerSt Brigids Primary School pupil Ashleigh Jamieson, 5, tries to keep the freshly made pancakes to herself. Picture: Andy Zakeli, Illawarra MercuryScience Fair run by UOW teaching students held at Mount Kembla Public School. University students Elissa Nikolich, Mel Bonney and Carlie Frost with their slime experiment. Picture: SYLVIA LIBER, Illawarra MercuryA man stands at the edge of Windang Island. Temperatures will drop over the next few days and rain is expected. Picture: CHRISTOPHER CHAN, Illawarra MercuryNaomi Kostoski from Dapto before performing in Section 219. Picture: KIRK GILMOUR, Illawarra MercuryWork has commenced on the demolition of the Hampden Bridge. Picture: Laura Hardwick, The Daily AdvertiserStudent MC's Melena Simpson, 16, and Caitlyn McKellar, both 16, with Let's Read program co-ordinator Robyn English at the program launch at the Ngurra Youth Hub in Ashmont. Picture: Laura Hardwick, The Daily AdvertiserBoxer Blaiden Harmer won his debut fight recently. Picture: Les Smith, The Daily AdvertiserCowra’s Joe Williams, has been nominated for this year’s Deadly Awards in the ‘Excellence in Health through the promotion of healthy and smoke free lifestyle’ category. Photo: Daily LiberalIt was Wallandbeen trainer Lorraine Roy's day at the Cowra Greyhound track on Saturday claiming four winners. Photo: The Daily LiberalPhoto: Northern Daily LeaderPhoto: Northern Daily LeaderPhoto: Northern Daily LeaderPhoto: Northern Daily LeaderBuilder David Reid is devastated at the damage done to one of his projects following the theft of timber from the site at Sanctuary Point. Photo: South Coast RegisterSteen Pedersen from Bomaderry just about to get two wheels off the ground in his winning run at this year’s Historic Winton. Photo: South Coast RegisterWell-known local chef Adam Guthrie preparing for the first cooking class at the Kiama Farmer's Markets. Picture: DAVID HALL, South Coast RegisterHouse fire Albert Street Sebastopol. Picture: Justin Whitelock, The CourierBallarats Foggy Morning, Lake Wendouree. Picture: Justin Whitelock, The CourierPaula Nicholson, Sarah Masters, Zoe Bradshaw, Sofia Fiusco and Alicia Mitchell. PICTURE: JEREMY BANNISTER, The CourierPeter Lenne with his 1950 Morris Minor Sidevalve Tourer and Bill Littlehales with his 1954 Morris Minor Traveller, also known as the “Woody”, ready for the weekend’s events. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK, Border MailFlames, water and a “victim” in Albury were all about Fire and Rescue NSW and the Rural Fire Service training. Pictures: MATTHEW SMITHWICK, Border MailFlames, water and a “victim” in Albury were all about Fire and Rescue NSW and the Rural Fire Service training. Pictures: MATTHEW SMITHWICK, Border MailWodonga Lions Club member Michael Georgiou and St Matthew’s priest Peter MacLeod-Miller with motorbikes which will feature at tomorrow morning’s service to acknowledge the contribution of Border Bike Fest donations to help the Border’s homeless. Picture: PETER MERKESTEYN, Border MailGrace, Lily and Ruby Campbell have all marked a remarkable feat by playing for Victorian teams this football season. Picture: JIM ALDERSEY, Bendigo AdvertiserPolice investigate car fires at Eaglehawk. Photos: Bendigo AdvertiserStacey Redwood and Riley Thomson with Indiana and Jaida Priest at the NET school. Photo: Bendigo AdvertiserArtist Ben Fennessy with his artwork at the Artery in Warrnambool. Picture:LEANNE PICKETT, The StandardRussell Creek Football Club Auskick program held at Mack Oval. Picture: DAMIAN WHITE, The StandardDarrel Baldock Memorial Committee chairman Peter Freshney (left) and Education Minister Jeremy Rockliff check out copies of the Doc's biographyntsa, written by Peter Lyons,nte while the statue of the great man looks on over their shoulders. Picture: Meg Windram, The AdvocateTweetFacebook of ╳exitNATIONAL: The best snaps from our photographers.