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A look at the week that has been around central and western NSW

A look at the week that has been around central and western NSW

  • The wheels have been set in motion for a massive art project to take place in Portland, with internationally acclaimed artist Guido van Helten visiting.

  • He has been your local bloke for more than three decades and now this Wellington businessman will have the title stripped from his store in what some believe is a move motivated by political correctness.

    He has been your local bloke for more than three decades and now this Wellington businessman will have the title stripped from his store in what some believe is a move motivated by political correctness.

  • Students from Cowra Public School help make their school yard a little bit cleaner during their Clean Up Australia Day event.

    Students from Cowra Public School help make their school yard a little bit cleaner during their Clean Up Australia Day event.

  • New Early Education course at Grenfell. TAFE NSW Grenfell Early Childhood Education and Care Head Teacher Karen Howarth. Photo supplied.

    New Early Education course at Grenfell. TAFE NSW Grenfell Early Childhood Education and Care Head Teacher Karen Howarth. Photo supplied.

  • He’s probably the biggest kangaroo shooter by numbers in Australia, but making ends meet in this industry is almost impossible.

    He’s probably the biggest kangaroo shooter by numbers in Australia, but making ends meet in this industry is almost impossible.

  • The Doran family of South Bowenfels including mother Sonia and children Jane, Sam and Luke, pictured in 2017, would welcome an adventure park in Lithgow with open arms. Picture: HOSEA LUY

    The Doran family of South Bowenfels including mother Sonia and children Jane, Sam and Luke, pictured in 2017, would welcome an adventure park in Lithgow with open arms. Picture: HOSEA LUY

  • The night was pink themed in support of the Young branch of CanAssist. The players all wore something pink, the staff wore pink and there were pink decorations in the club.

    The night was pink themed in support of the Young branch of CanAssist. The players all wore something pink, the staff wore pink and there were pink decorations in the club.

  • When Jordan Kelly moved from Sydney to Blayney five years ago, the transition from the city to small town life was hard enough, but having to deal with being somewhat different to her peers didn’t help.

    When Jordan Kelly moved from Sydney to Blayney five years ago, the transition from the city to small town life was hard enough, but having to deal with being somewhat different to her peers didn’t help.

  • Grant John Cadoret has called the open road home for the past 40 years.  This week that includes Blayney as he makes his way through the Central West.

    Grant John Cadoret has called the open road home for the past 40 years. This week that includes Blayney as he makes his way through the Central West.

  • Mayor Kathy Sajowitz hosted an International Women's Day luncheon and Oberon Arts Council held a pottery workshop under the direction of Victoria Theyers from Potters Needs.

    Mayor Kathy Sajowitz hosted an International Women's Day luncheon and Oberon Arts Council held a pottery workshop under the direction of Victoria Theyers from Potters Needs.

  • Newcrest Mining’s chief executive Sandeep Biswas has revealed the Cadia Valley Operations mine may be out of action for “anywhere between one to six months”.

    Newcrest Mining’s chief executive Sandeep Biswas has revealed the Cadia Valley Operations mine may be out of action for “anywhere between one to six months”.

  • In an act of protest Narromine resident Julie Davis tied herself to a tree in an attempt to stop tree lopping.

    In an act of protest Narromine resident Julie Davis tied herself to a tree in an attempt to stop tree lopping.

  • Students from across Western NSW converged on Dubbo’s Delroy Campus on Wednesday to take part in the 2018 Aboriginal Secondary Dance Workshop.

    Students from across Western NSW converged on Dubbo’s Delroy Campus on Wednesday to take part in the 2018 Aboriginal Secondary Dance Workshop.

  • Bathurst's Chifley Dam could be home to an inflatable water park by time summer rolls around.

    Bathurst's Chifley Dam could be home to an inflatable water park by time summer rolls around.

  • Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s appeal to principals to stamp out bullying in the schoolyard has been heard at Dubbo College.

    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s appeal to principals to stamp out bullying in the schoolyard has been heard at Dubbo College.

Fairfax photographers and journalists have been busy in the past week covering national and local events around their communities.

The top five stories read by our readers around the region this week were:

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