GALLERY: Southern Inlands this week | April 4 4 Apr 2014, 4:27 p.m. Photos from across the Fairfax Media newspapers throughout the NSW Southern Inlands. GALLERY: Southern Inlands this week | April 4 BRAIDWOOD: The Braidwood Times published an article online saying that council was to construct a Hollywood style sign overlooking the town to promote Braidwood's film heritage.BRAIDWOOD: Ray White Livestock Braidwood sent just short of a thousand steers out of the Braidwood area last week bound for an export job to Russia. The Ray White team after weighing last Wednesday - Ellen Simpson, Forbes Corby, Nick Harton, Denver Shoemark, Simon Green (Buyer) & and Paddy Bell.BRAIDWOOD: The Braidwood Redbacks Golden Oldies competed in the ACT Veterans Fools Day Festival held at the Royal Military College and took home the Peter Cosgrove Shield.COOMA: THE Cooma Car Club is gearing up to host the second Mount Gladstone Hill Climb on this weekend. Richard Bates in his Westfield Clubman took part in the first Mount Gladstone Hill Climb in November last year.COOMA: The U18 Stallions have made it thorugh to the pre-season final. Kurtis Atkinson looks to offload the ball in the Stallions' match against Merimbula/Pambula on Sunday.WALLENDBEEN: Celebrating the centenary of the Australian Red Cross in Wallendbeen last weekend were (from left) Nancye Hicks, Michael Baldry and Win Main. Photo: Kelly Manwaring COOTAMUNDRA: Pictured demonstrating the Cootamundra Fire and Rescue hose are Captain Les Carr and Chris Carr and Cootamundra Pre School children Noah Carr, Lucy Smart, Darcy Thompson and Lucas Walker.COOTAMUNDRA: Gearing up for this Saturday’s Poker Run are (from left) Reagan, David and Joel Bartholomew. They are pictured here with Cootamundra Nursing Home residents Fay McColm and Tom Pendergast. Starting at 10am at the Family Hotel, the Poker Run will raise money for the nursing home’s internal sprinkler system appeal.COOTAMUNDRA: Jordyn Ballard (second from left) goes for the ball while Blues captain Luke Webb (second from right) provides support. Also in the frame are Tom Cronin (far left) and Luke Johnson (far right).COOTAMUNDRA: The Tiny Tots division of Little Athletics were each given a medal at the presentation after a wonderful season.WALLENDBEEN: Showing their skills with their hoops during the Wallendbeen Red Cross Centenary Fair are (from left) CADAS Kids Brianna Hefren, Maggie Jordan and Shelby Nicka.COOTAMUNDRA: The horse and cart was a big hit at the fair with Ronnie Dowell of Gundagai at the reins and Colina Meadows of Cootamundra beside him. COOTAMUNDRA: Enjoying themselves on the greasy pole at the Sacred Heart fete were Digby Leahy and Darcy Maher.COOTAMUNDRA: Cootamundra Pre-School’s Darius Close and Darcy Mitchell make sure they’re equipped to beat the rain last Friday. The rain, which included around the 30mm mark in most areas last Wednesday and consistent falls on Friday, has come at a good time ahead of sowing for district farmers. GOULBURN: The former Marian College that has sat on the market for years has finally been sold and will undergo a $10 million redevlopment. Photo supplied.BYWONG: A driver involved in a police pursuit along the Federal Highway on Saturday evaded police after his vehicle was stopped with road spikes. Photo Andrew Micallef, Wide Area Communications.GOULBURN: The community was shocked to learn the sudden passing on Sunday of "Pumpkin" Joe Medway, an active and well-loved member of the community. He was 63. Photo Darryl Fernance, Goulburn Post.CANBERRA: Coalition politicians from three levels of government united on Monday at one of Canberra’s most scenic lookouts Red Hill to discuss where they should put their own windfarms, rather than investing in NSW ones. Left to right: Goulburn Mulwaree Mayor Geoff Kettle, MPs Pru Goward, Katrina Hodgkinson, Angus Taylor and John Barilaro were keen to point to locations within the ACT where wind farms could be built. | Photo supplied.OALLEN FORD: The Goulburn Mulwaree Council will recall tenders to replace Oallen Ford Bridge with a two-lane structure following lower than expected prices for a one-lane replacement in the first round.GOULBURN: A TRUCK carrying sawdust hit a spot of trouble on Friday afternoon when it tipped over in the wet weather. Photo Antony Dubber, Goulburn Post.GOULBURN: Young Noah Berrisford from Goulburn has been very sick for a while now, and the town has rallied with fund-raising events. This week Noah melted the town's hearts with this photo-message. Photo supplied.QUEANBEYAN: Local children enjoying themselves at the Sutton Country Fair and Ute Muster in March. Photo: Nina Lange. QUEANBEYAN: More than 95 per cent of the contents and structure of this Rossi home was destroyed by fire on Friday, March 28. Photo: Oliver Watson. QUEANBEYAN: John, Anne, Emily and Kayla Hazilias were on hand to help celebrate at Queanbeyan Public School's 150th Birthday Fete. Photo: Joshua Matic. QUEANBEYAN: Queanbeyan City Council and the Terry Campese Foundation combined efforts to play an April Fools prank on locals. Mayor Tim Overall announced the David Campese Oval would be renamed after Terry. He said Terry's achievements "by far outweighed" those of his uncle. Photo: supplied.YOUNG: In true community spirit, Young North Public School invited their neighbouring school to a combined cross country run on Tuesday after St Mary’s Primary School’s event was washed out last week. A very happy Liam Stuart, from St Mary’s, was proud to be the first boy in the 11 years to cross the line.YOUNG: A motorcyclist died after a crash involving two bikes and a truck on the Olympic Highway near the Bendick Murrell turnoff, about 25km north-east of Young at 10.15am on Friday, March 28 morning.YOUNG: Gusollios Hair and Spa in Young is officially deemed one of the best two salon designs in the country. This prestigious accolade comes after the 2014 Australian Hair Fashion Awards at Sydney’s social hotspot, the ivy on Monday night, in which the local salon was one of four finalists in the best salon design category.YOUNG: It’s been the best start to autumn for farmers in the region for close to 40 years. So when nature's tap turned on and Monteagle farmer John Fowler's farm received around 70 millimeters of rain in the last week of March, his relief, like many other farmers in the district, was understandable.YOUNG: Well known journalist and author Peter FitzSimons was filming in town this week as part of a three part series called The Great Australian Race Riot to air on SBS early next year, which will feature the Lambing Flat Riots, along with other race riots from 1846 to present day.YOUNG: As the town celebrated Harmony Day on March 21, hundreds of students, teachers and parents gathered under the covered area in the school grounds of Young Public School for a special assembly.BOOROWA: Tom and Cecily Robertson took a trip down memory lane when visiting the Boorowa News this week.BOOROWA: A book Cecily Robertson was given as a child by the then editor of the Boorowa News, celebrating its diamond jubilee.BOOROWA: A state of emergency? Kerry Lindeman, Cecelia Walsh, Tracy Guthrie, Alison Mason, Gwen Sutton and Mark Dwyer..BOOROWA: Boorowa Central School Trent Barrett Shield team. BACK: Logan Mears, Callum Stewart, Tristan Summerfield, Joe Prosper, Aiden Gurney. FRONT: Angus Piper, Harvey Gay, Josh Dean, Dominic Grocott.BOOROWA: Competing in the Trent Barret Shield were...Front Row Daniel Canellis, Daniel Howard, Lachlan Wythes, Richard Kelly,Back Row: Rory McGrath, Fergus Mullen, Cooper Cross, Tom Wales, Fergus Munns, Coach: Shane Cross.TweetFacebook of ╳exitThe story GALLERY: Southern Inlands this week | April 4 first appeared on Goulburn Post.