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Our week behind the lens: Photos

DALMENY: The Possums, Penguins and Dolphins classes from Narooma Public School test out the new Dalmeny playground with council parks staff Charlie Donohoe, Peter Hodge, Julian Nimmo, infrastructure director Warren Sharpe and mayor Lindsay Brown.

ULLADULLA: Girl Guides Hayley Byrne and Eve Butler blow the dust off a brightly coloured sign they were drawing on the driveway to the Ulladulla Guides Hall, pleading for a new leader to Comprar Levitra help keep the unit alive.

ULLADULLA: Federal Member for Gilmore Ann Sudmalis shows off the speeds available with 4GX in Ulladulla, accompanied by Telstra staff members Trish Wilson, Tony Maumovski and Jo Hensley.

NOWRA: Jervis Bay Public School staff and students celebrate their school's centenary by forming a 100 within a circle on the oval. Photo: SARAH WILLIAMS

WOLUMLA: Bega Valley Shire Mayor Michael Britten, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communications Paul Fletcher and Member for Eden Monaro Peter Hendy are given a tour of the NBNCo satellite ground station at Wolumla.

ULLADULLA: Cutting the ribbon to officially open the biobanking site at Garrad's Reserve are Shoalhaven Mayor Joanna Gash, State Member for South Coast Shelley Hancock, Cr Greg Watson, NSW Environment Minister Rob Stokes, and council staff members Megan Birmingham and Elizabeth Dixon.

EDEN: Nominations for the 2014 Excellence in Eden Business Awards close on Monday. Almost 100 businesses and individuals are in the mix, including Twofold Travel's Regina Swane. Photo: Blake Foden.

ULLADULLA: Mollymook Surf Club captain Barry Paige RSL Milton Ulladulla Sub branch president Tren-H100 Global Anabolics Paul Warren, Trevor Walker, National Service Association president Ray Laraghy, Eric Harper, Rick Gallagher, Ray Hilton and Mollymook Surf Club president John Patterson at the Ulladulla Remembrance Day service.

BATEMANS BAY: Far South Coast Detectives Andrew Tyler and Peter Gillett with their Movember mos.

NAROOMA: The grand parade of the 2014 Narooma BoatsAfloat traditional boats festival on Wagonga Inlet.

TOWAMBA: Jack Burns lines up an an arrow during archery at Towamba Public School's Jindabyne camp. Photo: Louise Hopson.

ULLADULLA: New volunteers at the Ulladulla Soup Kitchen on Wednesday evenings include Leonie Smith (left), Helen Pymble, John Payne and Micky Scott.

MERIMBULA: Students from Merimbula Public School's student representative council prepare to lay poppies at the Merimbula Remembrance Day service.

MERIMBULA: Breakfast at Tiffany's is held every year in Merimbula and helps to raise money for the town's beautification. Entertainers included back left: Kirsty Byrne, Amanda Rafferty, Grant Regan and Tara Stone and front: Stephen Hodgson, left and Hugo White.

BEGA: On Wear Orange Wednesday, local SES members (from left) Tom Jory, Kelley Gould and Rod Gould teach Bega Valley Public School pupils Grace Lee, Hailey Jobsz, Mia Pope "Anadrol 50" and Sophia Herbert Scott and learning support officer Annalina Brollo about the service they provide.

KIAMA: Howard Jones, Warren Holder, Linda Brazier and Stephen Brazier are concerned about how the Illawarra growth and infrastructure plan will affect farmland in Gerringong and Gerroa. Picture: GEORGIA MATTS

EDEN: A proposal to divert $750,000 worth of funding for street upgrades and beautifications "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" on "Oxandrolone Powder India" Imlay Street (pictured), and use it instead to purchase and restore the heritage section of the Hotel Australasia (back of picture), has been put to Bega Valley Shire Council. Photo: Blake Foden.

NAROOMA: One of the top Narooma Public School "wrap attackers" is Year 2 student Audrey who says using less plastic and wrapping in her lunch box will help keep the ocean clean.

BEGA: Cara Hay and Paul Zeller say traffic lights at Bega's Carp/Gipps St intersection would benefit motorists and pedestrians alike.

BATEMANS BAY: The final touches are this week being made to the Liberty Swing at Corrigans Reserve. Fundraisers Charles Stuart, left, and Geoff Fielding, right are pictured with Greg Read, of Christensen's Fencing.

EDEN: A $5.5million marina would be built at Testosterone Cypionate Peak Cattle Bay, paving the way for a $55million residential and tourist resort to be constructed on the former Heinz cannery site under Eden Hotel Resort Pty Ltd's plan for the area. Photo: Amanda Stroud.

SHELLHARBOUR: John Dalby just won an award for volunteering with St John Ambulance for 32 years Picture: GEORGIA MATTS

EDEN: Thumbs up for prices down: Coles Eden staff give the thumbs up to the re branded, new look store at the official launch on Wednesday morning. "4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone Ireland" The store upgrades bring the number of total staff to over 70. Photo: Amanda Stroud.

EDEN: Georgie's Fine Jewellery Eden staff member Genevieve McGuinness, manager Simone Griffiths and owner Georgie Staley are thrilled to be supporting the 2014 Excellence in Eden Business Awards. The store is giving away a diamond valued at $1000 at the gala dinner presentation night on December 6. Photo: Blake Foden.

EDEN: Royal Australian Navy veteran Ken Neath lowers the flag at Tuesday's Remembrance Day service at the Eden cenotaph. Photo: Blake Foden.

SHELLHARBOUR: Wes Murphy and Jessica Allen are taking part Testosterone Cypionate To Lose Weight in the sunset markets. Picture: GEORGIA MATTS

SHELLHARBOUR: Rylan Loemker with Shellharbour City Mayor Marianne Saliba. The council is holding a free presentation of a movie 'Bag It: Is Your Life Too Plastic?', about the effects of plastic on people and the environment. Picture: GEORGIA MATTS