GALLERY: The week that was in the central west

GALLERY: The week that was in the central west ORANGE: Kindergarten students Sasha Green and Mesmin Scaria on their first day. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0127kindy5

FORBES: The floats in this year’s Australia Day parade wowed the crowd.

PARKES: The 2015 Cars of the Elvis Era Show kept pace with the increasing popularity and spectacle of the Parkes Elvis Festival.

ORANGE: The city received about 100 millimetres of rain on Saturday, causing localised flooding of streets.

COWRA: An Australia Day outing on the Lachlan river turned into a few hours of being stranded after a young family tipped their canoes.

GRENFELL: The community once again got behind the town’s Australia Day celebrations.

CABONNE: Australia Day revellers in Cabonne were able to mix with some of the top people in their respective fields, with rugby commentator Gordon Bray and Rural Woman of the Year Pip Job making appearances.

CANOWINDRA: Canowindra could be playing host to the best female hot air balloon pilots in the world in three years time.

BLAYNEY: When Helen Burton approached the microphone after hearing she had been awarded the Citizen of the Year accolade she reminisced about her community work over the years.

ORANGE: A public housing property in Currong Crescent has sat vacant for months and has become a haven for rodents says Dean Powe who regularly visits relatives in the area.

COWRA: Elias Burke from Bathurst testing out his skills at Wyangla Dam on Australia Day.

FORBES: Robert Parsons was named Forbes Citizen of the Year at Monday’s Australia Day official ceremony at South Circle Oval, along with Mitchell Ashcroft, who was awarded the Junior Citizen of the Year.

ORANGE: The Jim Cobb Gift curator Bradley Hammond with one of the $1m worth of paintings donated to the Orange Regional Gallery by Jim Cobb. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0128chroma

PARKES: Hundreds of locals enjoyed free entry to Parkes Aquatic Centre to celebrate Australia Day with a pool party.

COWRA: Some of the countries best wakeboarders will put their skills to the test at Wyangala Dam this Saturday January 31, in the Wakeboard NSW Summer Series Malibu Boats round four.

ORANGE: Shane Lear believes official rainfall figures should be recorded in the Orange township. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0128rain2

DUBBO: Addison and Zali Lovett with Sienna and Harry Cavanagh at their first day of school yesterday. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: NSW Mental Health Minister Jai Rowell, Mental Health Drug and Alcohol interim director Adrian Fahy, Western NSW Local Health District chief executive officer Scott McLachlan, Mental Health Drug and Alcohol senior team leader Terry Buckerfield, interim operations manager Jason Crisp and Deputy Premier Troy Grant. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: Dubbo Strata Management director Susan Cornish said she has already registered the properties in her care with pools and is awaiting certification. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: Lachlan Roach, Adrian Eames and Trent Luck from Harvey Norman with Orana Heights Before and After School Care project manager Kellyann Johnson and co-ordinator Cathy Buckley. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: Blackouts in and around Dubbo kept Essential Energy crews busy yesterday. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE.

DUBBO: Janine Perrett, Tim Cox, Grace Parker, Mathew Dickerson, Emma Corcoran, David Williams and Phil Priest. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

DUBBO: Phil Priest and his wife Annette with his Dubbo Citizen of the Year award. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE.

DUBBO: Jackie Bayley, Harrison Butcher, Bethany Ormsby, Adam Lummis, Rowie Bayley and Peter Napper at the Aussie Day Weekend fundraiser barbecue. Photo: JOSH HEARD

NARROMINE: Jim Hamilton chats with Sam Lawler of Trangie Livestock and Property at the Narromine Sheep Sale. Rain has helped lift the prices of sheep.

NARROMINE: Corey (front), Amy, Jayden and Courtney Horcroft with Kristy and Leanne Walsh celebrating Austrlaia Day.

NYNGAN: Bogan Shire Council general manager Derek Francis and Sergeant Tony Wood form Nyngan Police inspect the vandalism caused in Nyngan recently. It’s hard to see what pleasure anyone could get out of committing these crimes.

WELLINGTON: A local firey with a big heart – Peter Conn – is one of seven Australians to this year receive the Austrlaia Dire Service Medal recognising 36 years of tireless volunteer work.

WELLINGTON: The co-ordinator of Noah’s Ark Playgroup, a volunteer organisation which cares for local children, says she is disgusted by another break-in which has caused serious damage.

BATHURST: Australia Day Yard Dog Trials were held in Bathurst this week. Photo: CLARE LEWIS

BATHURST: Neville Goldspink and Samson lead Mervyn Theobald’s funeral procession down Keppel Street with one of Mervyn’s sons Paul riding shotgun. Photo: PHILL MURRAY 012815pmerve

BATHURST: Ron and Dot Jones from Caboolture in Queensland stop for a break at Bathurst Driver Reviver on their way to the mighty Murray River in South Australia. Photo: ZENIO LAPKA 012515zreviver1

BATHURST: The sack races were one of the highlights of Eglinton’s Australia Day celebrations. Photo: CLARE LEWIS 012615aus30

KANDOS: Thousands of car lovers chose to create some heat rather than escape it at the Kandos Street Machine and Hot Rod.

LITHGOW: A tanker jackknifed in the rain before ploughing into the front garden of a private home on Wednesday.

LITHGOW: Phil Whittaker has taken casts of what he believes are paw tracks from a very big cat. Possibly the much-debated Lithgow Panther.

MUDGEE: Australia Day celebrations in Mudgee.

OBERON: Australia Day celebrations in Oberon. Photo: Maureen Lawson

BATHURST: A man was trapped from the chest down following a cave in while he was working on a sewer line. He was flown by helicopter to a Sydney hospital.

BATHURST: Five-year-old maltese named Cupcake went missing from her Sydney home. She was found in Bathurst.

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