GALLERY: A week across Regional Australia 17 May 2014, 10:32 a.m. Take a look at some of the best photos from Fairfax regional photographers around the country. GALLERY: A week across Regional Australia WODONGA: Angus and Jade Polich, 10, with puppies Jester and Stormie gearing up for tomorrow’s Million Paws Walk. Photo: DYLAN ROBINSON, BORDER MAILWAGGA WAGGA: Joseph McIntyre limbers up on the pole ahead of the Mr Pole Dance competition next week. Photo: KIEREN L TILLY, DAILY ADVERTISERWANGARATTA: Wangaratta Rovers coach Paul Maher is surrounded by dissaproving students at Sacred Heart PS. Photo: JOHN RUSSELL, BORDER MAILMARGARET RIVER: The Margaret River vet hospital is hosting the RSPCA fundraiser and animal cruelty awareness drive The Millions Paws Walk this week. Photo: SANDY POWELL, AUGUSTA-MARGARET RIVER MAILYOUNG: 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. Photo: YOUNG WITNESSNAROOMA: Sydney based ceramics artist Lynda Fraser takes her turn to load the front of the anagama kiln at the “On the Edge of the Shelf” festival of wood-fired ceramics at Mystery Bay, Narooma. Photo: NAROOMA NEWSBATHURST: Brett Kenworthy re-enacted the role of a redcoat from Governor Lachlan Macquarie’s regiment at Bathurst’s Proclamation Day celebrations.Photo: WESTERN ADVOCATEBUNINYONG: Young talent: Arlen Pallett, 5, has made a film that will screen at the Buninyong Film Festival. Photo: ADAM TRAFFORD, THE COURIERNEWCASTLE: Newcastle Rugby League boss Matt Harris says some parents are losing sight of the fun in sports while pushing kids to excel. Photo: JONATHAN CARROLL, THE NEWCASTLE HERALD BURNIE: James Morrison performs for students during a workshop at Burnie High School. Picture: GRANT WELLS, THE ADVOCATEDUBBO: Playing a game at the site of the proposed new playground at Dubbo West Preschool are director Cathryn Albert and (clockwise) Leo McTiernan, Lachlan O'Connor, Charlotte Scott, Mackenzie Finlay and Archie Bannon. Photo: LOUISE DONGES, DAILY LIBERALGOULBURN: Some of The Jubbs Charlie, Lucy, Henry, Georgie, Austin and Tom with mum Candy. Photo: GOULBURN POST. SHELLHABOUR: Diana Kemp of Flinders volunteers assisting Uniting Care resident Nell Derks. Volunteer Week : Volunteer Week is May 12-18. Photo: GEORGIA MATTS, KIAMA NEWSORANGE: The Anzac march will be put to song next year, but Anzac centenary organisers need the community’s help. The World War I Centenary working party is collecting photographs from Anzac marches throughout Orange’s history. Chair Reg Kidd said there was room for 100 images and residents were encouraged to submit their snaps. Photo: CENTRAL WESTERN DAILY. BUSSELTON: Walter Schmidt dressed as his favourite hero on Saturday to help raise money for Royal Flying Doctor Service. Photo: TAMEIKA BRUMBY, BUSSELTON- DUNSBOROUGH MAIL.SCONE: Supporters (Back) JMG Maintenance and Fabrication manager Gareth Lloyd, Woolworths Scone representatives Matt Petherbridge and Kerry Scruton, Glencore Liddell representative Laura Barben, Scone Lions Club members Robert Thurgood, John and Maria Musumeci, Jim Clark and Scone Motor Inn owner Joanne Kratzmann, (front) Scone Public School students Jackson Owens, Billie Owens, Skye Sharman and Mischa Lobley. Photo: SCONE ADVOCATEILLAWARRA: Matt Liberante, Grace Stovin-Bradford and Jake Kuit with artworks that's part of the art express exhibition at Wollongong City gallery. Photo: ADAM McLEAN, ILLARRAWA MERCURY WAGGA WAGGA: Clinical nurse educator Sherryn Kieltyka holds the heavy Don Kendell Memorial Leadership Award trophy. Pictured with health district chief Susan Weisser (middle) and Wagga Base emergency department nurse manager Rebecca Bush (back). Photo: BRODIE OWEN, DAILY ADVERTISER NEWCASTLE: Sean Tydeman with his Silver Seabright rooster Caspian. Photo: PETER STOOP, NEWCASTLE HERALDTASMANIA: Duck Hunter Alex Toscan, 21, at his hide. Photo: ALEX DRUCE, THE EXAMINERBALLARAT: Cameron Dunne at the Royal Melbourne Hospital with trauma nurse Bridget and mum Sharyn. Photo: SHAWN SMITS, THE COURIERBENDIGO: Izzi Griffin will run in a 250km event that raises money for Type 1 Diabetes. Photo: GLENN DANIELS, BENDIGO ADVERTISERMANDURAH: Mandurah SES manager Chris Stickland is urging locals to be storm-ready. Photo: KATE HEDLEY, MANDURA MAIL.DUBBO: Macquarie Credit Union general manager Matthew Bow and DREAM Festival chairman John Walkom celebrate the $15,000 sponsorship deal at the Greek-styled seveninseven dinner. Photo: LOUISE DONGES, DAILY LIBERALTAMWORTH: Charles Impey, left and Marilyn McGregor, release the wallaby joeys into their new home in Tamworth. Photo: Geoff O’Neill, NORTHERN DAILY LEADER TAREE: Taree Eisteddfod Dance. PHOTO: CARL MUXLOW AND SCOTT CALVIN, PORT MACQUARIE NEWSMORUYA: Christine Ralston and Mr Bones will step out for the Eurobodalla RSPCA’s Million Paws Walk on Sunday, rain, hail or shine. Photo: BAY POST WARNAMBOOL: Prices for trains rides will revert to 1994 prices this weekend for the railway’s 20th anniversary. Photo: WARNAMBOOL STANDARD. TASMANIA: Winner of the Material Girl Exhibitions overall award for Excellence ,Fiona Francois of Deloraine. Fiona at work in her Deloraine Studio. Photo: GEOFF ROBSON, THE EXAMINERBATHURST: Police are warning motorists that if they speed around Mount Panorama they will be caught. Photo: WESTERN ADVOCATE WAGGA WAGGA: The Stephens family, from left: Emma, Jack, Max, Jenny, Will Ray, Thomas, Matt and Bree, with Brad in front. Photo: KIEREN L TILLY, DAILY ADVERTISERFLEURIEU: Artist and joint festival co-ordinator Annabelle Collett of Clayton Bay and Clancy Retallick of Victor Harbor riding Annabelle's Plastic Wave at Signal Point Gallery during Saltwater SurfArtFest 2014. Photo: RICHARD HODGES, PORT PIRIE RECORDER. FORSTER: Pacific Palms lifeguard and experienced jetski operator Lennon Fisher (at front) saved one of three Goulburn men who were swept into the ocean by a ‘freak wave’ last Wednesday. He is pictured with Pacific Palms Surf Life Saving Club president Kel McCredie and fellow lifeguard John Gray. Photo: LAUREN WHITE, GREAT LAKES ADVOCATEWARNAMBOOL: Jenny Eldridge (left) receives a flower from Tom Brennan and Bryce Johnson in Warrnambool’s Lava Street. Photo: WARNAMBOOL STANDARD LAUNCESTON: Kylie Wells of Newnham with her six week old daughter Isla Wells, at Launceston General Hospital. Photo: PHILLIP BIGGS, THE EXAMINER EUROBODALLA: Eurobodalla families learned this week $200,000 per year was too much to ask from either the NSW or federal governments to fund a national register of shunt operations for people suffering hydrocephalus. Pictured is Malua Bay’s Brad, Kerrianne, Emily and hydrocephalus sufferer Zoe Brown. Photo: BAY POST CLEVELAND: Pensioner Fay Dougall is concerned she will lose some Health Care Card benefits as untaxed superannuation of new applicants will now count toward the income test eligibility. Photo: BAYSIDE BULLETIN BLYTH: Fast thinking neighbours and a quick response by the CFS saved a Blyth house from fire. Photo: PORT PIRIE RECORDERCOWRA: The Guardian caught up with buyers, sellers and this little bloke at Cowra's Regional Livestock Selling Centre on Friday. The local market has remained firm, with the first pen topping $155. Photo: THE COWRA GUARDIAN ARMIDALE: Martin Murray and James Mackenzie will ride to Broome next month. Photo: ARMIDALE EXPRESSWHYALLA: Local girl guides Chanelle Smith, Tirah Hartl, Jasmine Pacini, Taleah Smith and Ayla Hartl were getting ready to sell biscuits in Whyalla. Photo: WHYALLA NEWSCLEVELAND: Disabled children in wheelchairs will benefit when a Liberty swing is installed in a park in Masthead Drive, Cleveland. Photo: BAYSIDE BULLETINTAMWORTH: Lisa Hinwood and her 19-month-old son, Oska, must watch what they eat due to a crippling intolerance to certain foods. Photo: BARRY SMITH, NORTHERN DAILY LEADER MARGARET RIVER: Morries Anytime head chef Rosie Phillips and sous chef Nathan Mitchell have both been nominated for the Rare Medium Chef of the Year title, the finals of which are held in Sydney later this month. Photo: SANDY POWELL, AUGUSTA-MARGARET RIVER MAIL.DUBBO: Dubbo Deaf Club president Wendy Daley signs to hearing impaired Dubbo Public School student Wade Miller. The Dubbo Deaf Club aims to support people with hearing problems and their families. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE, DAILY LIBERAL LAUNCESTON: Victory League multicultural round preview: Launceston City player Kim Jukheyeon, Northern Rangers players Yitay Towns and Ryan McCarragher. Photo: PHILLIP BIGGS, THE EXAMINER BUNBURY: Violent Soho rocked out to a sell out Groovin the Moo festival in Bunbury last Saturday. Photo: BUNBURY MAIL. CANOWINDRA: This SAturday is a date to mark in the diary when Canowindra High School holds a ' monster' garage sale. The Parents and Citizens Committee is inviting people to a community orientated day, where you can find various second hand school items for sale. Furniture, books and electrical items are just some of the treasures to uncover. Photo: CANOWINDRA NEWS DUBBO: Dubbo Blood Donor Centre volunteer Pauline Hunter makes one of her magic milkshakes. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE, DAILY LIBERAL LAUNCESTON: TSL North Launceston v Devonport at Aurora: North's Will McBride gets a handball away. Photo: SCOTT GELSTON, The EXAMINERTweetFacebook of ╳exitIt wasn't all about money, numbers and budgets this week. Take a look at our gallery showcasing some of the best photos from Fairfax Regional photographers around the country.