PHOTOS: Our week through the lens July 19, 2013, 12:12 p.m.Tweet Print Story From lobsters to Lyme disease, there's been plenty happening in communities across the NSW south-east. Take a look at the week that was. PHOTOS: Our week through the lens BATEMANS BAY: Kim Cottington, Gabbi McGuire and Rhiannan Rumble are comfortable in their own skins no matter their dress sizes.BERMAGUI: Stewart and Bev Long of Central Tilba took their grandkids Max and Sunday along last week to visit the Notorious the ship and its crew and builders Graeme and Felicite Wylie at the Bermagui harbour.NOWRA: Nowra orchid enthusiast Alan Stephenson has had an orchid named after him.TERMEIL: Record hazard reduction burns have been carried out across NSW.NAROOMA: Lobster expert David Crass takes host Paul West diving for lobster at a secret location not far from the River Cottage Australia farm. Photo courtesy Foxtel/The LifeStyle ChannelULLADULLA: Damo Staunton trains with some of the Makai Paddlers on Burrill Lake as they prepare for this weekend's Makai Lake Lunacy event, which will include outriggers, kayakers and stand-up paddlers.WALLAGA LAKE: Red Cross worker Tom Noonan with Aunty Betty Hancock, who won two rounds of bingo at the NAIDOC Week Elders’ lunch at Wallaga Lake.TUROSS: Troy Stever receiving life-saving treatment for Lyme disease at the specialist clinic at Kuta, Bali.MERIMBULA: The sealing of the final section of the Merimbula Airport runway enabled full services to be returned on Tuesday, July 16.BERMAGUI: Representatives from the General Station of Administration on Rural Cooperative Economy, Ministry of Agriculture, People’s Republic of China with their translator Li Xi and Bermagui Fisherman’s Cooperative managing chairman Rocky Lagana.MERIMBULA: Pilot Ryan Campbell, of Merimbula, took a tour of Hollywood stopping to pose with Mickey Mouse.ULLADULLA: Looking over plans for a new museum to be built in the Ulladulla Future Park are (standing): Tom Shields, Earl Anderson, Noel Turnbull, Cr Patricia White and Laurie Gordon, with (sitting) Joanne Ewin and Cr Allan Baptist.ULLADULLA: Kings Point mother Leesa Osborne (front), along with fellow Wollongong University medical students Evan Jayawickrama, Louisa Wilkinson and Skye Macleod began training with local doctors this week under the guidance of regional academic leader Dr Brett Thomson. BEGA: Young Indigenous footballers James Bower-Scott and Marty Scott enlist the support of Member for Bega Andrew Constance and NSW Minister for Sport and Recreation Graham Annesley as they prepare to tour Europe with the under 16s Aboriginal Achievers squad.NAROOMA: Eurobodalla mayor Lindsay Brown gets his blood sugar tested on Monday at the University of Canberra Mobile Health Clinic at Narooma by pharmacy student Cyd Soriano overseen by accredited dietician Carole Richards.WYNDHAM: The Wyndham community farewelled teen Kelly Wheatley on Tuesday after the much loved 17-year-old was killed in a car accident on June 6.BERMAGUI: And the winner is...a member of the Bermagui Cancer Research Advocate Bikers (CRABS) retrieves the winning ducks from the Bermagui River during Sunday's family fun day and cancer charity fundraiser.BOMBALA: The rural addressing project undertaken by the Bombala Council is now 99 per cent complete, with almost all rural properties in the district being allocated a street number by Council's Claus Zimmer.BEGA: More than 100 Bega Valley Primary School pupils enjoy a day of fun activities and faculty tours at the local University of Wollongong campus during Race In2Uni Day.EDEN: Young Eden voters enrol for the federal election stating their key issues are refugees, education, poverty, international relations, public transport and the environment.CROOKHAVEN HEADS: Shoalhaven Marine Rescue volunteers come to the rescue of three spearfishers whose boat capsized off Crookhaven Head near Nowra on Wednesday afternoon.BOMBALA: The recent Eden Port announcement made by MP Mike Kelly promises to benefit Bombala area businesses, with imported wind turbine components set to be transported from the wharf through Bombala to the Boco Rock wind farm near Nimmitabel. SANCTUARY POINT: A kangaroo has survived being shot with an arrow.TWOFOLD BAY: National Workers Union workers walk off the job at Thales’ explosive ornaments depot as nation-wide negotiations continue over expired enterprise agreements.BIBBENLUKE: Bibbenluke's Rick Carey has shared tales and images from recent diving trips on the North Coast and around Brunei with the community and the Bibbenluke Public School. COOMA: Getting into the Christmas spirit are Marilynne Weston and Jan Carpenter from the Cooma Hospital Auxiliary with Kirsten Jackson from the Visitors Centre, Robin Fletcher from the Hospital Auxiliary, Visitors Centre manager Donna Smith and Frances Redden from the Visitors Centre.BATEMANS BAY: Roy Syne's sign prompted plenty of debate in social media.TURA BEACH: ASIC investigators will be in town next week to continue probe into collapse of the Tura Beach Tavern.Hazeldean principal Jim Litchfield with some of the stud bulls the Hazeldean property in Cooma.EDEN: Member for Bega Andrew Constance (pictured with advocate and Aboriginal elder Pastor Ossie Cruse) announces a $1.3 million upgrade will begin in September to improve access to Aboriginal cultural hub, Jigamy Farm, north of Eden.EDEN: Redevelopment of the historic Hotel Australasia, Eden is announced as some of the community prepares to defend a heritage listing nomination at Wednesday’s Bega Valley Shire Council meeting.TweetFacebook of ╳exitFrom lobsters to Lyme disease, there's been plenty happening in communities across the NSW south-east. 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