GALLERY: Southern Inlands this week | April 18 April 18, 2014, 1:12 p.m.Tweet Print Story Photos from across the Fairfax Regional newspapers across the NSW Southern Inalnds for the week ending April 18. GALLERY: Southern Inlands this week | April 18 GOULBURN: Stuart Baker caught the red moon just as it was coming out from beneath a cloud on Tuesday night in Goulburn.BINALONG: Local Binalong folk get into the poetry mood. Pictured with the statue of Banjo Paterson in Pioneer Park, Binalong are (l to r) Lizz Murphy, Vicki Royds, Denise Wilson, Robyn Sykes and Mick dal Santo. Photo BOOROWA NEWS.COOMA: The Rotary Club of Cooma looking forward to their Easter hat parade on Sunday. Photo COOMA MONARO EXPRESS.BREDBO: Wildcare training day in Bredbo to help residents look after our koalas. Photo COOMA MONARO EXPRESS.COOMA: A selected group of the Cooma Fillies who claimed victory for south in the Group 16 LeagueTag match on Sunday, winning 16-8. Photo COOMA MONARO EXPRESS.FORMER COOTAMUNDRA GIRL: 2014 The Land Sydney Royal Showgirl Brodie Chester is pictured with Royal Agricultural Society of NSW president, Glen Dudley. Photo: The Land.COOTAMUNDRA: Pictured rehearsing for their school play this week were Cootamundra Sacred Heart Central School students (from left) Dylan Stewart, Mitch Deep, Sam Sheahan and Grady Maher. The Three Muskateers production will hit the stage at the school hall on May, 8, 9 and 10. Photo: Cootamundra Herald.COOTAMUNDRA: Pictured are Sacred Heart Central School students performing the Passion Play last week. The Passion Play is a prayer that recounts the Passion of our Lord. It was performed on Friday, April 11 to all of the students, parents and friends as well as 120 invited guests from Catholic schools in the Western Region. It will be performed again on Good Friday at 3pm. All are invited to attend. Photo: ContributedCOOTAMUNDRA: Pictured performing some songs during their recent Easter Hat Parade were the students of Cootamundra Public School. Photo: Cootamundra HeraldHARDEN: The students of Cootamundra's Christine Wishart Dance Studios wowed crowds at the opening of the Harden main street upgrade last weekend. In amazing costumes beneath a beautiful blue sky the talented dancers had everyone entertained. Photo: Harden-Murrumburah Express.COOTAMUNDRA: Albert Koch and Matt Perry got into the dress-up theme at last Saturday’s Veteran’s Week of Golf presentation posing as the Blues Brothers much to everyone’s entertainment. Photo: Cootamundra HeraldCROOKWELL: A new variation on a wedding licence for Kasie and Simon Perring. Photo supplied.GOULBURN: The roof of Goulburn West Public School was well alight when fire crews from Goulburn, Crookwell and outer Sydney arrived after 2am Thursday. Photo Darryl Fernance, GOULBURN POST.GOULBURN: Reports are rife that Goulburn Mulwaree mayor Geoff Kettle is weighing up a tilt as an independent at the next state election, but on Monday he said he was not prepared to comment on the matter. GOULBURN: The Goulburn Dirty Reds opened their 2014 account with wins on both Saturday and Sunday in both first and reserve grades. Number 8 Mik Webber is pictured taking the attack to the Defence Academy. Photo Chris Gordon, GOULBURN POST.GOULBURN: Graeme Welsh Real Estate last week settled the sale of the former Goulburn Wool Scour premises in Mazamet Rd. Agent Peter Bladwell (pictured right, next to Graeme Welsh) nailed the sale last week. Photo GOULBURN POST.GOULBURN: Local Anglican Minister, The Reverend Ross Hathway will be a proud participant in this weekend’s Goulburn Easter Rod Shakedown with his brother’s ’32 Chev. Photo GOULBURN POST.GOULBURN: Some 30 million litres of beer and other drinks will flow through a disused building under a plan to build a brewery in Goulburn. And a large 30-metre beer bottle will mark the spot if developer, Macarthur Grange Brewery has its way.JINDABYNE: Jackie French (left) and Tonya Anderson (right) will be guests at the Snowy Mountains Readers Writers Children's Festival this Saturda at Rydges Horizons and Banjo Paterson Park, Jindabyne.KOSCIUSZKO NATIONAL PARK: Photo's from Reynella Rides 2010/2011 season treks through Kosciuszko National Park. Photo: Reynella Rides.JINDABYNE: Colourful easter hat creations at Jindabyne Central.QUEANBEYAN: Royalla resident Jennifer Howlett has spent more than 30 years rejuvenating her Royalla homestead, Green Gables, to its former glory. The building picked up a Queanbeyan heritage award at the weekend for the best restoration of a residential heritage building. Photo: Kim Pham, QUEANBEYAN AGE.QUEANBEYAN: Travelling lawn bowler Frank Peniguel stopped by Queanbeyan this week on his quest to bowl at 600 bowls clubs throughout Australia in a calendar year . Photo: Joshua Matic, QUEANBEYAN AGE.QUEANBEYAN: Queanbeyan's Ruby Schofield has qualified through to the top 30 and will compete in the state round of the Miss Universe Australia competition this week. Photo: supplied.YASS: Patrons were evacuated from the Club House Hotel in Yass last Tuesday following a fire in one of the upstairs rooms. Photo YASS TRIBUNE.YASS: Yass' Kate Kelly (pictured) and Murrumbateman's Bronte Haskins rescued Jess Templeman at a scouts camp in September 2011. Their efforts were recognised at a ceremony last week.YASS: Yass policemen Paul Lloyd and Jeremy Farr arrived at the Police Wall of Remembrance on Sunday after three days of riding. Photo: Supplied.YASS: Iranian asylum seekers Linda, Daniel and Madjj with Tri Nguyen. Tri is towing a boat from Brunswick, Victoria, to Canberra and he wants to say thank you to Australia for the gift of refuge, hospitality and care he has received as a refugee in this country. He spoke and answered questions at a local bar last weekend. Photo YASS TRIBUNE.YOUNG: Representatives from 10 of Young’s businesses got a taste of life behind bars outside the town hall on Thursday. Steve Elsley of South West Slopes Credit Union, Wes Heather of Roccy FM and local builder Adam Tanner all grab for PCYC manager Martin Langfield.YOUNG: Anderson Park came alive on Saturday with Chinese music, dancers, historic re-enactments, markets, a wine expo, Tai Chi demos, martial arts, Chinese fireworks and - who could forget - the spectacular Chinese lion dancers at Young's first Lambing Flat Chinese Festival.YOUNG: These kelpie puppies have a slightly non-traditional clucky puppy baby-sitter. 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