MEGA GALLERY: The week in pictures 25 May 2013, 12:43 p.m. Take a photo tour across the Fairfax regional network to see the week in photos. MEGA GALLERY: The week in pictures Allison Daley, of Legana, with her vintage-inspired ice-cream van, Dolly's Parlour. Picture: Phillip BiggsWollongong buskers, brothers Adrian and Sam James, are ready to entertain people in the mall. Pic: Ken RobertsonMission Australia gambling counsellor Jeremy Pragnell has voiced concerns about online betting. Pic: Andy ZakeliMatthew Carroll is worried about skatepark safety after an accident near Wollongong recently. Pic: Orlando ChiodoThick fog shrouds Lake Wendouree, Ballarat, on Friday morning. Pic: Lachlan BenceMick Wilkinson, of 6 Machine Gun Battalion, lays a wreath at a memorial service near Wollongong to commemorate a daring rescue mission for US soldiers in 1943.Border Ford enthusiast John Panlook, with his 1962 XK Falcon and 1971 XY GT Falcon, says he is not surprised by the news Ford will cease production completely in Australia in 2016. Pic: John RussellThe kids from Collector Public School: Thomas Granger, Micah Taylor, Caitlyn Molloy, Juliette Hart, Miranda Hadlow and Zoey Morrison. Federal School Education Minister Peter Garrett sits in on a kindergarten music class with Selina, Jacobi and MakaylaJack Charles delivers a stirring performance in the latest HotHouse production. Picture: Tara GoonanJamie Watson, 26, of Launceston, is waiting for a double mastectomy. Picture: Will SwanTasmanian festival organisers were hoping to host a winter solstice nude swim in the Derwent River. Picture: Remi ChauvinJacqui Bateman of Kingston SE held an exhibition showcasing local farmers - pictured is local Aaron Varcoe.Ballarat distance runner Tracie Kaye won the women's event at the Great Ocean Road marathon, in only her second maathon. Pic: Julie WhitelockFirefighters had to wear breathing apparatus while extinguishing a fire at California Gully this week. Pic: Jodie DonnellanClaudia Sorby and Adelle Harper take part in the Detention 4 Detention campaign, which aims to end child immigration detention. Pic: Darren PatemanUS basketball import for the Wagga Blaze, Brianna Hypolite. Pic: Michael FrogleySharing a laugh from left is Archie Saunders, Roy Dunn and Mike Meleppo while installing wind barriers in the Chain of Bays area near Streaky Bay on the West Coast.Light aircraft crash at Wagga airport. Picture: Addison HamiltonOrange vet Kate Burnheim administers medication to Fuzz, a two-year-old Welsh mountain pony, before being craned out of the well. Photo: Steve GoschFuzz, a two-year-old Welsh mountain pony, is lifted to safety from the well on a property near Orange. Photo: Steve GoschLabradoodle Rosie and 12-year-olds Niamh and Bali joined the Million Paws Walk at Lake Illawarra.Taronga Western Plains Zoo's newest baby at Dubbo is rhino calf with mum Mopani. Pic: Louise DongesBackstage at Tamworth Musical Society’s production of The Sound of Music. Pic: Stephen DockingGovernor-General Quentin Bryce visits Bathurst. Photo: Chris SeabrookAnne-Marie Barry, president of the health care committee, leads the protesters who want the emergency department of Bulahdelah Hospital reinstated.Former Maitland alderman Lance Murray wants a permanent home for his collection of Aboriginal artefacts.Pictured at the opening of Mildura Tourism Week was Harvy, 7, from Mildura with new puppy, Spud. Pic: Clancy ShipsidesDr Fiona Cocker, of the Menzies Research Institute, WorkCover health and well-being advisor Cameron Blight, and Daryl Peebles put their smiles on at a breakfast promoting positive mental health in Burnie this week. Pic: Grant WellsSometimes it is great just to stand in the one place and admire what is around you. This was taken with an 18-200mm lens within a 5-metre area on a Taree street. Pic: Carl MuxlowSometimes it is great just to stand in the one place and admire what is around you. This was taken with an 18-200mm lens within a 5-metre area on a Taree street. Pic: Carl MuxlowSometimes it is great just to stand in the one place and admire what is around you. This was taken with an 18-200mm lens within a 5-metre area on a Taree street. Pic: Carl MuxlowParticipants at this year’s Dairy Research Foundation Symposium in Kiama will visit John and Andrea Henry’s robotic dairy at Pyree.Opposition leader Tony Abbott tries his hand at processing while on tour at the Australian Weaving Mills in Devonport on Thursday. Pic: Katrina DoddJennifer Hawkins stopped shoppers in their tracks when she checked out the new Myer store at Stockland Shellharbour.Michelle Worthington is celebrating the release of her fourth children's picture book, Start of the Ocean. Photo by Chris McCormackMildura Eisteddfod Society president John Bowditch is looking forward to showcasing Mildura’s talent at the Mildura Arts Centre. Pic: David SickerdickAllan Mayfield, David Pritchard and Ann Hawker hard at work installing the sheep, farmer and his sheep dog at the northern end of the Clare Riesling Trail.TweetFacebook of ╳exitTake a photo tour across the Fairfax regional network to see the week in photos. 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