Week that was around the region | July 28 28 Jul 2017, 6 a.m. What happened around the region this week? Take a look at our weekly gallery. Week that was around the region | July 28 BATHURST: James Kelly winces as he has his legs waxed at CSU's Foundation Day activities last week. Photo:CHRIS SEABROOK DUBBO: Tony Fenwick talks with Glenn Pittman, Sandy Birkett-Williams and Carla Pittman about fencing materials. Photo: KIM BARTLEYBATHURST: Former councillor Jess Jennings (front) is looking to return to the chamber at the local government election supported by Tony Hatch, Leah Moulden, Saskia-Jayne Handley and Steve Semmens. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOKBATHURST: Councillor Warren Aubin isn't happy with billboards around Mount Panorama not being utilised between major motor sport events and has a suggestion of how they can be used. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK OANGE: A reward is likely to be offered for information leading to an arrest after vandals caused more than $1 million damage to the Orange to Carcoar pipeline. Pictured are Orange City Council project manager John Marshall and mayor John Davis. Photo: DANIELLE CETINSKILITHGOW: Member for Calare Andrew Gee (right) and Member for Bathurst Paul Toole at the Forty Bends roadworks, which are being finalised. Photo: CONTRIBUTED ORANGE: Allity's Leanne Gorringe, Joanne Beldham and Jenny Kuczynski practise their skills for the residents. Photo: DECLAN RURENGA ORANGE: Orange Health Service scientist Matt Canobie tests for influenza using the faster technology. Photo: JUDE KEOGH ORANGE: From selling to publishing, Collins Booksellers co-owner Margaret Schwebel with Dirt Lane Press's first book. Photo: JUDE KEOGH COWRA: A 49-year-old truck driver was taken to Orange Health Service on Wednesday evening after crashing on the Olympic Highway. The truck sustained significant damage, snapping one gum tree at the base on impact.DUBBO: Oh what a feeling: Dubbo City Toyota's Tom Sullivan prepares to retire after more than three decades selling motor cars for the dealership. In that time he became known as 'Tommy Toyota'. Photo: FAYE WHEELER DUBBO: Joy Cannon (middle) congratulated by Dubbo Regional Council's Tammy Pickering, Jacki Parish and Julie Webster, as well as Dubbo Business Chamber president Matt Wright. Photo: ORLANDER RUMINGDUBBO: Dubbo Health Service's director of emergency medicine Dr David Lord Cowell confers with NSW Health Pathology Dubbo laboratory manager Monique Mintern and its senior scientist of microbiology Diane Bennett on the new technology Photo: KIM BARTLEY DUBBO: Proceedings at Dubbo Courthouse were delayed slightly on Wednesday morning as a fire scare forced an evacuation.DUBBO: Thomas Adams says World Cat Day is the perfect time to adopted a new pet. DUBBO: Dr David Lord Cowell holds the swab used to secure nose secretions for testing by the new technology. Photo: KIM BARTLEYBATHURST: Member for Bathurst Paul Toole, Bathurst Taxis driver Arshdeep Nat and mayor Graeme Hanger by the taxi rank on Howick Street, where a $120,000 announcement of transport improvements was made. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK CANOWINDRA: Stock and station agent Damien Stephenson says there has been a gradual increase in the number of sheep being offloaded.YOUNG: Staff and residents at Mercy Place Mount St Joseph's dressed in their best pyjamas last week. Picture: Craig Thomson.WELLINGTON: Jacob Hindle and Marcus McRae testing out the Lego ahead of the Salvation Army's Buld them Up club for primary school aged children. Photo: ELOUISE HAWKEYFORBES: Dane Hamilton gets all wrapped up in a python at the Forbes Eco Day on Thursday.FORBES: The Postie's Tyler Ehsman and Doug Pout are fundraising for the Leukaemia Foundation. MUDGEE: For Gulgong girl Tayla Young, eleven-days at sea on a tall-ship delivered more than bragging rights, with the sixteen-year old making memories and friendships that will last a lifetime. Photo: CONTRIBUTED PARKES: Historical Aircraft Restoration Society members Ross Kelly and Alistair Johnston from Sydney (both left) flew into Parkes on June 28 to especially start up the historic Convair airliner’s massive engines, with the help of Parkes Aviation Museum volunteers David Willcockson and Bill Barber.PARKES: Back, CentaCare housing support worker Andrew Bament, Jacob and Chloe Smith, and CentaCare housing support worker Rebecca Palenapa-Pili; middle, Vanessa and Teagan Smede, and Katie Shambrook; front, Evie Barnes (7), Abel Medlyn (3) and Luca Barnes (5), will all be rugging up on August 2 to help raise awareness of homelessness in the Central West. KANDOS: A man has died in a fire in Kandos. Emergency services were called to a property in Rodgers Street, Kandos, about 5.30am on Tuesday, July 25 following reports of a fire. LITHGOW: Counsellor Sheryl Hampson, Lauren McMurtrie and Josie (3mths), Samantha Brown with Harlan (5mths) and Danielle Lewis with Aliviyah (11mths).LITHGOW: La Salle Academy’s short film ‘Absolutely Everybody’ has been announced as a finalist in the NOVA Employment 2017 Focus On Ability Short Film Awards. LITHGOW: Reverend Mark Smith, Nick McKinney and Corinne Ogg of Lithgow and Portland Anglican Church with some of the donated food and supplies. Picture: HOSEA LUY BATHURST: Minister for Racing and Bathurst MP Paul Toole and Bathurst Thoroughbred Racing general manager Michelle Tarpenning say the new equine centre will be a benefit for the region. Photo: SUPPLIED TweetFacebook of ╳exitWhat happened around the region this week? Take a look at our weekly gallery.