GALLERY: The week in photos 

DUBBO: PolAir 1 landed at Dubbo on Thursday on its way west to search for missing resident Alois Rez. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE ORANGE: Senior Constable Greg Treavors, Senior Constable Helen Baker and boxing trainer Glen Sutherland will offer a new program giving at-risk youths the same opportunities to learn to box as Mitchell Collins, Ben Norris, Damien Johnson and Trent Johnson already have. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0815pcyc1
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MUDGEE: Crime writer Tara Moss shares a joke with Long Lazy Lunch host Dugald Saunders of ABC Western Plains at Blue Wren Winery and Restaurant on Sunday. Photo by Sandy Smith

DUBBO: Emergency services were called to a Dubbo intersection on Monday afternoon following reports a car had hit a pole.

ORANGE: POINTY END: Central Tablelands Water general manager Tony Perry and Cabonne deputy mayor Lachie MacSmith at the site of the proposed Needles dam on the Belubula River.

BATHURST: Jessica Small’s mother Ricki Small (left) is supported by her eldest daughter Rebecca and niece Millisa Reynders as she enters Bathurst Local Court on Monday for the first day of an inquest into Jessica’s disappearance. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 081213cinqust10b

ORANGE: Mayor John Davis and members of the RSL honour the fallen at the 68th anniversary of Victory in the Pacific, a day that marked the end of World War II. Inset: RSL vice president Ros Davidson gives her VP Day address. Photos: JUDE KEOGH 0815vp2, 0815vp4

Bathurst resident Maria Byers has travelled to Orange for work each day for 12 years but has noticed little improvement in mobile service. Photo: STEVE GOSCH.

BATHURST: Strong winds brought an old tree down on three cars parked in William Street on Monday afternoon.

BATHURST: Strong winds brought an old tree down on three cars parked in William Street on Monday afternoon.

DUBBO: Greg Sawyer from Australian Wool Network throws a fleece for students during an activity at the inaugural National Merino Challenge at Dubbo.Photo: CHERYL BURKE

ORANGE: Students of Glenroi Public School are learning basic cooking skills and the importance of nutrition, thanks to dedicated staff. Pictured are (from left) Terry McLean, Rory Bade, Zac Miller, Dylan Jordan, Courtney Bragg, Daniel Walker, Tyren Dixon and Tegan Wood. Photo: STEVE GOSCH 0814sgcook1

BATHURST: V8 Supercar driver Lee Holdsworth and Mount Panorama circuit manager Mark Rayner inspect the changes to The Chase which are aimed at making the track safer. Photo: Phill Murray.

MUDGEE: Mem Fox meets fellow author, seven-year-old Jessica Nipperess at the Mudgee Reader’s Festival. Jessica’s book A Knight’s Quest is on the table in front of Mem.

PARKES: Russel Thurling of Winmalee and his dog ‘Trendy’ at the 103rd Annual Trundle Show.

PARKES: The shearing display was a hit at the Trundle Show.

LITHGOW: Making for a healthier lifestyle with a salt-swap initative are Nu-Tek’s Jason Cummings and Mary-Anne Land with Lithgow mayor Maree Statham and the Lithgow Black Panther. Photo: JEFF GEDDES lm081413salt

DUBBO: Parvez Alam, Fahdul Waham, MD Zahidul Haque, Chowdhury Beg and Shamima Kalam cook up a feast in celebration of the end of Ramadan. Photo: CHERYL BURKE

ORANGE: McKenna Pollack-Bennett, of Orange, performs her interpretation of Mary Poppins in the song and dance solo section for students 8 years and under on Monday. Photo: STEVE GOSCH 0812sgeist

Wellington Public School Ukele Group took part in the nstrumental and Vocal section of the 37th Eisteddfod

DUBBO: Eighteen-year-old Sheridan Granger is losing her locks this Saturday as part of the Leukaemia Foundation’s World’s Greatest Shave.

Bathurst RSL sub branch president Denis Chamberlain with two of the wreaths that were laid at the War memorial Carillon on Thursday morning as part of the region’s VP Day commemoration.

Orange Taxis chairman Darryl Curran says vandals who remove headrests from taxis will get caught. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0730taxitheft1

BATHURST: Vanessa Conlan leaves Bathurst Court House after giving evidence on day one of an inquest into the 1997 abduction of her friend Jessica Small. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 081213cinqst22

MUDGEE: Club Mudgee’s David Lang, Maureen Heywood, Judy Hitchcock, Fave Holden and Bill Kerr present Lifeskills Plus Carolyn Peek with the first of many donations.

MUDGEE: World War II veteran Ron Mackie is searching for people he served with in the Sixth Division at New Guinea. PHOTO: DARREN SNYDER

Member for Orange Andrew Gee arrives at the NSW Parliament on Thursday with the petition calling for the upgrade of Ulan Road.

COWRA: Mulyan Public School students Cailee Anderson and Digby McGregor pose as Hermione Granger and Harry Potter watched by fellow kinders.

COWRA: Greg Campbell from Sutherlands Creek in Victoria, competing in the sheep dog trial heats Morongla Show ground.

PARKES: Students from Narromine High School paraded cattle in the Junior section at the Trundle Show – pictured (back-row, left to right) Sophie Walker, Maddy Preston and Harry Moore; front: Kim Grinsell and Megan Willoughby.

ORANGE: Bills Beans East Orange’s Carter Hirini could be putting used coffee grounds in a green waste bin instead of the red general waste bin when the green bin service is rolled out to businesses next year. Photo: STEVE GOSCH. 0813sgbills

LITHGOW: Students at Cooerwull Primary School have been rewarded with a slippery slide and bouncing castle. Pictured from left, Grace Collins, Zoe Morgan, Alex Grant, Ryan Gill, Deklin Unsworth, Aaliyah Lake and Ambrozia Cummings. lm080613jump5

COWRA: The Squire Park Rest Centre which provides cheap meals and nursing, showering and change room facilities is under the new management of Rhonda Wren. Pictured: Nikki Howden, Rhonda Wren and Cheryl Beard outside the Squire Park Rest Centre.

WELLINGTON: The Falls memorial was recently unveiled.

FORBES: Nelson Park Tennis Club life member John Perry is sad to see the club have to fold

Flick through this gallery to find out what has been making news around the central west over the past week.

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