GALLERY: Southern Inlands this week | April 11 April 11, 2014, 4:18 p.m.Tweet Print Story Photos from across the Fairfax Media newspapers throughout the NSW Southern Inlands. GALLERY: Southern Inlands this week | April 11 BRAIDWOOD: Coffee talks - Braidwood getting ready to celebrate 175 years on May 3rd.BOOROWA: B Grade Champions, the 'Goat Catchers' from the recent grand final of the Boorowa Touch Football competition. Photo: Boorowa News.BOOROWA: Careers for all - FRONT: Teacher Joanne Southwell with Amber Bright and Kimberley Grimson. BACK: Jessie Palmer and Matthew Batt. Photo: Boorowa News.BOOROWA: Students from Boorowa Central School participating in Careers 4 All - Hannah Southwell, Indiah Morgan, Kiera and Madison Howard. Photo: Boorowa News.BOOROWA: Fourteen students from Boorowa Central School represented the Western Region at the NSW CHS State Swimming Championships on Monday 7th April. Back Row: Payten Power, Michael Hinds, Alex Blomfield, Millicent Smith, Jade Blomfield and Madisson Schleibs Corcoran. Middle Row: Samantha Saunders, Chandler Power, Jack hinds, Brock Ritchie and Bridget Summerfield. Middle Row: Adam Hinds, Austin Power and Connor Corcoran.BRAIDWOOD: Busy Bunny Stops Traffic St Bede's Easter Hat Parade in Braidwood.BRAIDWOOD: Easter Hat Parade in Braidwood.BRAIDWOOD: A flashmob takes over Braidwod IGA.BRAIDWOOD: SHARK - Brett Martin exhibition Congo Rythyms at Stur Gallery Braidwood BRAIDWOOD: Storytimes raluen resident and Australian Children's Laureate Jackie French reads to young ones at the Braidwood LibraryCOOMA: Snowy Mountains Driving School's Craig Williams with Monaro High student Jamie Clifford in the 'skid car'. Photo: Tina Zunic.COOMA: Gillian Jenkins with her artwork 'Mother'. Photo: Tina ZunicCOOMA: Local kickboxers, brothers Charlie and Ben Thompson will fight fight for Australian titles this Saturday.COOMA: Local drivers shined in the second Mount Gladstone Hill Climb hosted by the Cooma Car Club on Sunday. David Crawford in his Alfa Romeo 105 powers up the hill.COOMA: Zara and Zac Zigic of Jindabyne enjoy 'Mia Mia' as part of the Nimmitabel Garden Club Open Gardens Day on a rainy Saturday. n More photos from the Open Gardens Day on Page 10.COOTAMUNDRA: Pictured at registration for the Poker Run on Saturday were Leigh Cassidy, Debbie Patterson, Cathy Hanlon and Cheryl Dunn. Funds raised from the event will go to the Cootamundra Nursing Home’s Internal Sprinkler Appeal. Photo: Kelly Manwaring.COOTAMUNDRA: WINNER: Nuns on the Run crosses the finish line in Saturday’s Cootamundra Picnic Cup out of a field of six starters. Photo Kelly Manwaring.COOTAMUNDRA: Looking lovely - Enjoying a day at the Picnic Races on Saturday were (from left) Kylie Maluta of Canberra, Debbie-Jean Manning of Cootamundra, Tracey Pigram of Cootamundra, Kylie Annetts of Stockinbingal, Toni Jenkins of Cootamundra, Anita Morton of Stockinbingal and (front) Catherine Annetts of Cootamundra. Photo: Kelly Manwaring COOTAMUNDRA: LET THE FUN BEGIN: Cootamundra Public School was one of the first of the local schools to stage their Easter Hat Parades this week. This year’s kindergarten classes have two sets of twins, who enjoyed decorating their hats for the parade. Pictured are Grace and Mia McLaren and Max and Teddy Barnes. Photo Cootamundra Herald.COOTAMUNDRA: Mick Simons had wife Alana and children (from left) Mitchell, Harry and Andrew on hand last weekend to show support for his 300th game playing for the Cootamundra Strikers. Most of these games have been played in first grade. Photo: Kaylene AshleyCOOTAMUNDRA: Selected in the Group Nine Northern sides for Cootamundra are (back, from left) Zac Rumble (under 13s), Jack Hinds (under 15s) and Tom Miller (under 13s) and in front are Sam Sheahan (under 13s) and Lachie Wilson (under 12s). Absent from photos were the under 14s including Wayne Parker, Jack Caldwell, James Howse, James Wilson, Jackson Bridge, Jayden Sheppard and Matt Knagge. Photo Cootamundra HeraldCROOKWELL: New business in town - Dave McGregor is keenly invested in seeing local producers get the most out of their farmsCROOKWELL: Crookwell Junior Rugby League is now recruiting players in anticipation of another great year. Junior and senior League players at one of the recent training sessions. The under 16 players were absent from the photo due to a different training day. Photo Crookwell GazetteCROOKWELL: Last week six of Crookwell’s World War II Veterans were joined with their family members to receive their service records from the National Archives. WWII Veterans (Back l-r): Jack Druett, Merv Corcoran, Arthur Benson DFM, (Front l-r): Ken Anderson, Maurice Woods and Ray Clements. Photo Bronwyn Haynes Crookwell Gazette.CROOKWELL: NSW Minister for Primary Industry and Minister for Small Business, Katrina Hodgkinson and Vogue Italia and L’Uomo Vogue editor in chief, Franca Sozzani in David Jones during the wool night. Photo AWIGOULBURN: Young Hope’s Kathy Staines (centre) and Mel Byrne (right) with Best & Less Goulburn store manager Raylene Lockett, displaying special bras suitable for mastectomy survivors.GOULBURN: A husky found in a Goulburn backyard was emaciated and dehydrated and down to half it's typical weight, the RSPCA said in court this week.GOULBURN: Nationals member James Harker-Mortlock says the rank and file is livid over the decision not to run a candidate in Goulburn. Photo Goulburn Post.GOULBURN: Two women were taken to hospital following a two-vehicle accident. | Photo LOUISE THROWER.GOULBURN: Fashions in the field were a highlight of the Tradies and Ladies race meeting at Goulburn. Photo Goulburn Post.GOULBURN: Fashion is such an individual thing - from the Tradies and Ladies race meeting in Goulburn. Photo Goulburn Post.GOULBURN: More action from the Tradies and Ladies race meeting. Photo Goulburn Post.GOULBURN There's more than meets the eye with Mulwaree High School student Wren Brown. At just 13 years of age, he has secured a collaborative exhibition at the Goulburn Club to showcase his wideranging artistic pursuits. Photo Goulburn Post.JINDABYNE: Simon Rees deposits the rock into position on the lake foreshore. Photo: Steve Cuff, Summit Sun.JINDABYNE: SNOWBOARDER Matt Thomas can now lay claim to being a world champion after a golden performance at the FIS Junior World Championships last week. Photo Summit Sun.QUEANBEYAN: Local author Nichole Overall has been surprised by the increasing popularity of her Mysterious Queanbeyan by Moonlight Tours. The tours takes punters around the city to reveal the town's most interesting, iconic sights and untold stories. Photo: Andrew Johnston.QUEANBEYAN: Benedict House's Refectory Cafe has been sold to Jessica and Rory Markham who will take over from long time owner Kate Shelton. Photo: Kim Pham.QUEANBEYAN: Queanbeyan's Bernie Millet, 72-years-old, will attempt to finish his 30th Canberra Marathon this Sunday. Photo: Graham Tidy.Local volunteers at the Queanbeyan Lions Walk for Babies event Geof Brown, Andrew Daniel, Di Masters, Gary Dick, Lucy Stramandinoli and Lyndie Price.QUEANBEYAN: Queanbeyan Yowies will start their 2014 campaign this weekend. Queanbeyan players Robbie Ball, Matt Ball, Talor Goodall, Josh Rowcliffe, Gabe Haynes and, behind, Aaron Gorman and Jono Lazaro. Photo: Joshua Matic.QUEANBEYAN: Queanbeyan City Council has challenged the community to collectively walk five million steps within a fortnight. If successful, the Council will install a drinking fountain in the CBD. Pictured is healthy communities project officer Helen Skeat with the free information and pedometer packs. Photo: Kim Pham.YOUNG: A tribute to the Chinese: Young’s turbulent gold rush history will be turned on its head on Saturday as the town celebrates the influence of Chinese culture on modern Australia through the Lambing Flat Chinese Festival. YOUNG: Rollover at Bendick bends: Young Police are still investigating an incident at Bendick Murrell at the weekend which saw a car involved in a rollover having to be towed. The accident occurred on the same section of road that has been the scene of two other accidents, one a fatality, in the past three weeks.YOUNG: Car plunges into house: A 54-year-old female wanting to see how hilly a block of land was, drove her Mitsubishi Outlander onto a Cram Avenue property on Sunday. The female told police she mistakenly accelerated instead of braking, causing her vehicle to jump from an elevated 2.5 metre retaining wall and crash into the side wall of the residence, into a bedroom/kitchen area.YOUNG: To the lock-up for Wes: The scenes outside 2LF and Roccy FM yesterday at noon were not pretty as Sergeant John Waples and Senior Constable Brendan Clark arrived to take local radio DJ Wes Heather into custody. But it was all in good fun, raising money for the Young Police Citizens Youth Club for their annual Time4Kids fundraiser.YOUNG: Schools get ready for festival: An exciting new feature to the revamped Lambing Flat Chinese Festival this weekend are performances from local schools, including St Mary's Primary School. Students Lillian Williams (Year 3), Maddison Druett (Year 3), Kate Murphy (Year 5), Grace Taylor (Year 3) and Max Connelly (Year 2) enjoy Chinese fortune cookies during their rehearsal on Wednesday. YOUNG: Kicking off Youth Week: Hennessy Catholic College have had a great start to Youth Week for 2014 after defeating the police team in the PCYC Youth Gala Day. Pictured Young High School student Joel McKenzie puts the pressure on Cootamundra High School student Caleb McNally during the Youth Gala Day on Friday. TweetFacebook of ╳exitThe story GALLERY: Southern Inlands this week | April 11 first appeared on Goulburn Post.