Week that was around the region | June 16 16 Jun 2017, 3:08 p.m. What happened around the region this week? Take a look at our weekly gallery. Week that was around the region | June 16 ORANGE: Orange mayor John Davis, Gaye Stuart-Nairn, tourism minister Adam Marshall and Borry Gartrell at the announcement in Sydney on Wednesday. Photo: SuppliedDUBBO: Ballerina Zahli Gray from Mudgee at the Dubbo Eisteddfod before she took to the stage for her classical solo. Photo: ORLANDER RUMINGBATHURST: A water main off Suttor Street is repaired on Wednesday morning. It caused damage to a nearby investment property when it burst on Tuesday night. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOKDUBBO: Dubbo Regional Council director technical services Ian Bailey, Dubbo MP Troy Grant, Dubbo Regional Council administrator Michael Kneipp and NSW Planning Minister Anthony Roberts. Photo: PAIGE WILLIAMSBATHURST: Bathurst Community Op Shop volunteers Marg Price and Linda Baker are helping the store reopen. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK DUBBO: The Tour de OROC team are calling for riders and sponsors to join this year's challenge, which will start in Mudgee in October, finishing in Dubbo six days later. Photo: ORLANDER RUMINGDUBBO: David Carriage, Khyle Borwick, Josh Bell, Jordan Blackstow and Jeremy Vincent have been labelled 'bloody legends'. Photo: PAIGE WILLIAMSDUBBO: Troy Grant addresses the media in his Dubbo office saying crime is 'unacceptably high'. Photo: JENNIFER HOARDUBBO: Dubbo Macquarie Regional Library's manager of Library Services and Collections Lindy Allan with branch manager Peter Irwin. Photo: Taylor JurdBATHURST: Paramedics treat the injured pedestrian on the footpath outside Bob Jane T-Marts. Photo: NADINE MORTONORANGE: Margaret Hird, Bryan Nell, Betty McDonald, Maurice and Valmai Naveau, Andrew and Thelma Gray, Maryanne Koops, Betty Rowney and George Jack.ORANGE: Park Lane residents Marta, Dash, 3, Kinga, 11 months and Glen Diemar were delighted when Orange was given the prestigious Park Lane spot on the Monopoly Board. Photo: JUDE KEOGHORANGE: Judges Martin Bennett, Dennis Tuck and John Finlayson critique the burgers in the uncooked stage of judging with help from Australian Meat Industry Council Officer Craig Wright. PHOTO: Jake Humphreys ORANGE: ORANGE wine brands are finally backing themselves and the results are delicious, according to Wine Australia’s chief executive Andreas Clark.BATHURST: Local resident Lachlan Sullivan, Bathurst Health Service general manager Sue Patterson and Member for Bathurst Paul Toole. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOKLITHGOW: Back - Alex Taylor Evans, Dakoda Hann, Cedric Nairne, Mr Tooth, Temprence Nairne, Alara Aydin, Liam Rattenbury, Xavier Parker. Middle - Skylar Abela, Declan Gilbert, Joanie Franklin, Ben Wallis. Front - Georgia Jackson, Zac Wallis, Tameka Boney, Harrison Thompson, Lachlan Piggott, Cameron Hann. Picture: SUPPLIEDMUDGEE: Pat Ryan, "Meriden", Merriwa, says he'll go with a template from Western Australia for his biosecurity plan.FORBES: Yvonne Collits, Nola Sams, Pearl McGuire, Merle Churchill and Dorothy Findlay were congratulated by Mayor Graeme Miller on Wednesday.MUDGEE: The Mudgee Green Army graduated from the six month program last week.FORBES: Donna Falconer travels around Australia in her RV, raising awareness of the cancer that affects 17,500 Australian women and 150 men each year. YOUNG: David Hamblin and Roz Faulkner with a defibrillator at Hamblin's Amcal Pharmacy. The Rotary Club of Young has partnered with local businesses to provide Defibrillator units in strategic places across the town’s CBD. Picture: Craig Thomson. PARKES: Western NSW Parliamentary Secretary Rick Colless, Forbes mayor Graeme Miller, Minister Anthony Roberts, Warren mayor Rex Wilson, Lachlan mayor John Medcalf, Parkes deputy mayor Barbara Newton and Department of Planning and Environment chief planner Gary White at the launch at the National Logistics Hub.YOUNG: David and Christine Laybutt with their gleaming wild violet Cortina. Picture: Craig Thomson. PARKES: Self-confessed green-thumb Thomas Davis is thrilled to have scored employment with The Green Army (Department of Environment and Energy) COWRA: Cowra TAFE staff Sylvia White, Maria Butt and Jody Graham. TAFE NSW will showcase its innovative approach to high-quality education and training at an Open Day event in CowraORANGE: Basket weavers Helen Worsley, Claudette Elliott and Hawa Wright display some of their work at the Orange museum. Photo: JUDE KEOGHORANGE: People save the ducklings as mother duck looks on. Photo: JUDE KEOGHCANOWINDRA: Rossanne Holmes with her Around the World in 80 Books display. The display is one of the personal touches she likes to add to the Canowindra Library.BLAYNEY: Jan Dickie and Norma Foskett are geared up for the Annual Newbridge Winter Solstice Festival. Photos: Mark LoganNYNGAN: As the weather gets cooler, it means one thing in Nyngan, Duck Creek Picnic Races are right around the corner. TweetFacebook of ╳exitWhat happened around the region this week? Take a look at our weekly gallery.